As a general rule pots only work with Induction hobs if the bottom covers at least two thirds of the heating zone. Though the most sufficient heat transfer requires that the pot cover 100% of the heating zone.
Our range of Maxi-sense hobs offer the ultimate Induction cooking technology. The Maxi-sense range provides the largest usable Induction area on the marketin using 'flexible sections' to create an overall cooking surface. Pans can be placed anywhere on the hob, as long as the section marker is covered, eliminating the restriction of traditional specific zones.
It doesn't matter how many pans you have, or what size they are, whether it is a fish kettle, a small milk pan, or tagine you can be assured of excellent results with Maxi-sense.
When you’re asking yourself if you need to buy new pots for your new Induction hob, remember – size doesn’t matter. What matters is the material your pots are made of.Induction hobs create an electro-magnetic turbulence in the bottom of a pot or pan to generate the heat for cooking. For this reason, pots and pans with a ferro-magnetic bottom are most suitable. In fact, steel enamel and cast iron pots are perfect.But not every material is suited for this new way of cooking. Stainless steel, copper, and aluminium offer too little electrical resistance to generate the proper amount of heat. There’s one exception to that rule – manufacturers now offer special new stainless steel pots that are compatible.
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