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GLOBALLY YOUR LOCAL PARTNER cooking area. Power level.

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GLOBALLY YOUR LOCAL PARTNER In the bottom of the frying pan, magnetic energy is transformed into heat.

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Basic rules.

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GLOBALLY YOUR LOCAL PARTNER Basic rules. Diam 300mm 400mm X 400mm Diam 220mm 3 different coils :

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GLOBALLY YOUR LOCAL PARTNER Basic rules. Diam 230mm One pot round with a diam of 230mm

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GLOBALLY YOUR LOCAL PARTNER Basic rules. Diam 300mm 400mm X 400mm Diam 220mm Result with induction : Diam 230mm The power is proportional to covered area !!

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GLOBALLY YOUR LOCAL PARTNER Basic rules. Diam 300mm 400mm X 400mm Diam 220mm Heating Area :

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GLOBALLY YOUR LOCAL PARTNER Important for induction: the ideal cookware

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GLOBALLY YOUR LOCAL PARTNER Shape of cooking area.

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GLOBALLY YOUR LOCAL PARTNER For one pot

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GLOBALLY YOUR LOCAL PARTNER For many pots

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GLOBALLY YOUR LOCAL PARTNER 360 mm 400x400 3,5kW

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GLOBALLY YOUR LOCAL PARTNER 210 mm <3kW?? 500x500

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GLOBALLY YOUR LOCAL PARTNER 4 types of multi cooking area 310 mm 5kW 650x650 ATTENTION A BIEN SERIGRAPHIER LES ZONES !!

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GLOBALLY YOUR LOCAL PARTNER 290 mm or 320 mm 720x720 3,5kW

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GLOBALLY YOUR LOCAL PARTNER WOK

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GLOBALLY YOUR LOCAL PARTNER Heat distribution : wok gas

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GLOBALLY YOUR LOCAL PARTNER Analyse de la chauffe sur une casserole wok induction Heat distribution : wok induction

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GLOBALLY YOUR LOCAL PARTNER Power level Power level.

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GLOBALLY YOUR LOCAL PARTNER Energy efficiency 90% induction VS 50% (gas) ! 3,5 kW induction = 6,3 kW gas Dimension of coil is not always in proportion of power (not like gas, cast iron …) !

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GLOBALLY YOUR LOCAL PARTNER

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