Half-bridge technology, high efficiency, stable and durable
Low power fried eggs, non-stick, keep the eggs tender and smooth
Low power stable and continuous heating
Controlled use in 100W increments up to 3500W cook as gas cooker, high thermal efficiency
It is suitable for frying, boiling, stewing and keep warming
The bottom filter can filter oil fume and dust effectively prevent insects and facilitate disassembly and washing
Four fans, fast heat dissipation, long life, safe and stable
Over-heating and over-voltage protection.
Ensure the taste of food, good assistant for the restaurants
|Control Mode:||Seperated Control Bx|
|Rated Power & Voltage:||3500W, 220-240V, 50Hz/ 60Hz|
|Ceramic Glass:||Black Micro cystal glass|
|Heating Coil:||Copper Coil|
|Heating Control:||Half-bridge technology|
|Burner Shape:||Flat Burner|
|Timer Range:||0-180 min|
|Over-heating/ over-voltage protection:||Yes|
|Certification:||CE-LVD/ EMC/ ERP, REACH, RoHS, ETL, CB|
This compact, lightweight unit is an ideal choice for front of the house cooking demonstrations or sampling. Use it with an induction-ready wok to create delicious stir fry for customers while allowing them to watch the cooking process! Perfect for light-duty use in stir-fry stations, catering services, or anywhere you need an extra burner.
Q: How does ambient temperature effect this induction range?
A: Do not install in areas where other equipment can exhaust directly into the Induction range. All models require adequate unrestricted intake and exhaust air ventilation for proper operation of the controls. The maximum intake temperature must not exceed 43C(110F). Temperatures are measured in ambient air while all appliances in the kitchen are in operation.
Q: What clearances are needed for this induction range?
A: Countertop models require a minimum clearance of 3 inches (7.6 cm) at the rear and a minimum clearance under the Induction range of a distance equal to the height of the feet of the Induction range. Some units draws air from below. It must not be placed on a soft surface that could restrict airflow to the bottom of the unit.
Q: Can this induction range handle any pan capacity?
A: Most induction ranges do not have specified weight or pan capacities, but make sure to check the manual. The key to ensuring your range works properly and does not get damaged by too much weight is to use a pan with a bottom diameter that does not exceed the burner's diameter. Using a larger pan or pot, such as a stock pot, will lessen the effectiveness of the range and the quality of your food. Please note a warped or uneven bottom, a very dirty pan/pot bottom, or perhaps even chipped or cracked pot/pan might cause error codes.