Modern manufacturers of household appliancesThey offer a choice of two types of hobs - induction and ceramic. The design of such panels fit perfectly in any modern headsets.
But how do they differ from each other?
Good choice of two options
Any owner it is important to know how effectivebought panel, with design and beauty fade into the background. Ceramic and induction surface of the gas ahead of their predecessors in the heating rate several times. Induction Panel boil a liter of water for three minutes, ceramic - for five minutes, and a traditional stove requires nine minutes.
Conventional gas stove can be quite unpleasant as a potential threat, if a family has young children, as it is heated in all directions about it very easy to get burned.
The glass-ceramic surface is ideally carried outheat on the vertical axis and practically not heated in the horizontal plane. This means that during cooking greatly heats only the area under the pot or pan.
For these surfaces, and the diameters of the burnerspans must exactly match each other. If the pan is too small for the cooking zone, it can cause overheating of the surface and the pan is too large leave ugly marks.
induction heating Features
Induction hobs heatdishes, rather than the surface. This kitchen does not get warm air, which is especially important in hot weather. In various presentations often show a trick with the induction hob - pan shift half the cooking zone, and the second put ice or chocolate. After a few minutes in a saucepan boil water, chocolate or ice does not melt even think. Electromagnetic induction heats only cookware. Burners included, if the plate has a pot, and it is clean and the stove automatically shuts down. Induction panels allow to forget about the terrible runaway milk, because it just does not stick to the surface.
Do not place on heated ceramic glass hob wet pan, this may damage the surface.
And induction and glass ceramic surfacerequire the purchase of new dishes. Induction surface do not work with glass, brass, copper, porcelain, ceramics and aluminum. To test whether the approach will like your plate saucepan, bring to it a magnet. If he is attracted to the bottom, then you will approach a kitchenware.
Ceramic ware surfaces require a smooth flat bottom, while it should not be made of copper or aluminum, because these metals leave traces on the glass ceramic.