How do Induction Hobs Work?
Induction hobs work using a strong electro magnet under the cooking
area which creates an electric circuit when a suitable pan is placed on
it. This then transfers heat to the base of the pan but the surface of
the hob remains cool.
Benefits of Induction Cookware
food spills will not become
burnt on, making the hob extremely easy to keep clean. In addition it
is a very fast and responsive method of cooking as the cooking zones
transfer the heat very quickly and then when the pan is removed, the
circuit is broken, thus stopping the heating process instantly.
hobs also have the advantage of being very energy efficient as only the
base of the pan is heated and there is very little heat loss - thus
helping to keep the kitchen cool. They also, of course, have the added
benefit of improving safety in the kitchen because the surface stays
All these advantages have combined to make induction
cookers increasingly popular and customers who have invested in one
will need to ensure that their cookware is suitable. You can do this
by using a magnet to see if the base of your pan is magnetic.
Induction hobs only work with certain types of cookware.
We supply many different ranges to meet this need and are sure that you will find something suitable from the selection below: