To understand induction cooking you must understand how they work. Induction hobs contain an electromagnet which is positioned under the hob and activates when a pan is placed on it. These hobs require a slightly different pan for cooking, made from a ferrous metal such as cast iron or stainless steel. Although, the majority of pans available today are made from this material…
The unique functions create a fast, responsive and energy efficient cooking process to suit every cook and every meal. For me, the speed of induction cooking is the top benefit. Many customers mention that gas or electric must be quicker to boil. That is not the case. These hobs will boil a pan of water almost twice as fast as a gas hob using the automatic pan recognition and responsive controls.
Control panels vary depending on the desired design for your kitchen. Twist Pads are a clever and removable magnetic dial used to control each zone on the induction hob also creating a smooth surface to clean. You may prefer the Full Touch Control displays, used by simply touching the desired buttons to activate each cooking zone and choose the power level. For families with small children, don’t panic! – there’s a panel lock feature to ensure that children cannot play with the settings.
From entertainers, to professional cooks or large families, flex induction hobs may be the option for you. NEFF have designed the perfect solution to support a variety of pan sizes whilst maintaining a modern design. How do they work? By using a different arrangement of induction coils to cover a wider area, heat can be transferred instantly through two zones to create one. This zone being approximately 24 x 40cm, presenting more flexibility in pan selection and positioning.
The heart of your kitchen – sleek, stylish and smooth.