Is my hob electric or induction?
Induction hobs only work with pots and pans that contain ferrous metal in the base. To check if your pans will work, hold a magnet next to the pan base; if it attracts, the pan will work on induction. Another way of checking is to pour a small amount of water into the pan and then place it on the cooking zone.
What’s the difference between induction and ceramic hobs?
What is the difference between induction and ceramic hobs? An induction hob works similarly to an electric hob, but it has coils beneath its surface that induce electrical current to generate heat in the pan or metal object. A ceramic hob refers to the finish of the hob rather than the workings of the hob itself.
Is a glass cooktop the same as an induction cooktop?
While cooking with an electric cooktop is traditional, cooking with an induction cooktop is cutting edge. Electromagnetic coils under the glass cooktop surface transfer energy into metal objects that produce heat. As a result, the cooking vessel is heated while the cooktop itself stays cool.3 Oct 2018
Can I use induction cookware on a ceramic cooktop?
Can I use an induction pot on ceramic stove? induction pots have inductive bases – thus efficient when used on an inductive surface – in case you are in a place without an inductive appliance – yes you can use the pot on a radiant ceramic stove – however you are heating up a lot of metal to get the same work done !20 Jul 2016