Electric Induction Cooker
Electric Induction Cooker heats only the cooking vessel with the help of induction heating, unlike the heat transfer from the electric coils and gas flames with traditional cooking stove. Mostly all the induction cooktop models are designed in a way were cooking vessel is required to be made up of ferromagnetic metal like cast iron or stainless steel.
How does it work?
In induction cookers, a copper wire coil is placed beneath the cooking pot. An alternating electric current is passed through the coil to produce an oscillating magnetic field. This field produces an electric current in the pot and this flowing current in the cooking pot produces resistive heating which is capable of heating the food. This is done by just utilizing very low voltage.
What benefits you get?
- You get rapid heating of food.
- Get improved thermal efficiency.
- Get greater heat consistency.
- Total control same like gas
- Easy to clean.
- Less chances of getting burned
- Energy and cost efficient