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GLOBALLY YOUR LOCAL PARTNER cooking area. Power level.
GLOBALLY YOUR LOCAL PARTNER In the bottom of the frying pan, magnetic energy is transformed into heat.
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GLOBALLY YOUR LOCAL PARTNER Basic rules. Diam 300mm 400mm X 400mm Diam 220mm 3 different coils :
GLOBALLY YOUR LOCAL PARTNER Basic rules. Diam 230mm One pot round with a diam of 230mm
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 !!
GLOBALLY YOUR LOCAL PARTNER Basic rules. Diam 300mm 400mm X 400mm Diam 220mm Heating Area :
GLOBALLY YOUR LOCAL PARTNER Important for induction: the ideal cookware
GLOBALLY YOUR LOCAL PARTNER Shape of cooking area.
GLOBALLY YOUR LOCAL PARTNER For one pot
GLOBALLY YOUR LOCAL PARTNER For many pots
GLOBALLY YOUR LOCAL PARTNER 360 mm 400x400 3,5kW
GLOBALLY YOUR LOCAL PARTNER 210 mm <3kW?? 500x500
GLOBALLY YOUR LOCAL PARTNER 4 types of multi cooking area 310 mm 5kW 650x650 ATTENTION A BIEN SERIGRAPHIER LES ZONES !!
GLOBALLY YOUR LOCAL PARTNER 290 mm or 320 mm 720x720 3,5kW
GLOBALLY YOUR LOCAL PARTNER WOK
GLOBALLY YOUR LOCAL PARTNER Heat distribution : wok gas
GLOBALLY YOUR LOCAL PARTNER Analyse de la chauffe sur une casserole wok induction Heat distribution : wok induction
GLOBALLY YOUR LOCAL PARTNER Power level Power level.
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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