Induction cooker Helpful Free Information

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In this review of induction cooker, I’m going to show you both the good and the bad. After all, what’s a review without some honesty, right? First, I have to tell you upfront that induction cooker this is my favorite choice. Sure, there’s other products, but frankly, none of them as good (in terms of quality). I do have to say this though. some other products may be better, but based on quality and price, induction cooker is the clear winner.

2007 7 13 nhat tao 10:00-12:00, HC buyers Department of Commerce Co., Ltd. Shaanxi triumph Session held in small home appliances purchase online Fair. The company was founded in 2002, small appliances wholesale and retail end, the key to water dispenser, induction cooker, electric fans, electric heating products for the main project, the sales network all over the parts of the province of Shaanxi. The online procurement in the HC Soymilk, juicer, mixer, electric kettle, electric cup, electric pressure cooker, demands a professional manufacturer of quality products and service in security and price advantage, like the agent!

7 13 procurement will be held as scheduled, a total of 49 application providers during the meeting, the two sides negotiate a warm atmosphere, buyers to suppliers to learn more about the product performance and offer, for the suppliers products matching buyers also satisfied, the buyer said that understanding through the Fair has set four cable provider, recently the company headquarters will be to supplier capacity and product quality inspection, post need to do further communication!

Part of the review through the membership list of the Fair:

Water treatment Co., Ltd. Shanghai Lin Tong Bird ordinary users

Jiangxi, Guangdong Environmental Protection Technology Co., Ltd. New Common User

Stationery Co., Ltd. Ningbo Yuk ordinary users

Huitong Xin Electronics Co., Ltd. Shenzhen trading through member

Zhongshan Electrical Appliance Co., Ltd. Fu-Lai Tung Trading Member
Electric Co., Ltd. Guangdong Jin Geli
trading through member

Tong Machinery Co., Ltd. Ningbo An ordinary user

Foshan love Shi Yuan Xing Jin role, Kaoru? Wine inflation yet?
Williams Electric Co., Ltd. Yongkang Name
ordinary users

Electric Co., Ltd. Zhongshan City, Myers trading through member
General Electric Co., Ltd. Jiangmen Fei Dasi

Shunde Branch City Electrical Appliance Co., through trading members

LTK Electric Co., Ltd., Zhongshan City, trading through member
GOME Electrical Appliances Manufacturing Co., Ltd Zhongshan City
trading links Member

Dongfeng Town, Zhongshan City, Chun Wing Electric Factory trading through member

Imperial Electric Co., Ltd. Zhongshan City, trading through member

Dongfeng Town, Zhongshan City Electric Factory trading through member Chilong

Water Treatment Equipment Co., Ltd. Wenzhou Angel transactions through member

Trading Co., Ltd. Guangdong Yue Wang Tong Member

Shenzhen Precision Machinery Co., Ltd base 100,000,000 through the sale of Member

Foshan sjundea ordinary users Han Tools Co., Ltd.

Quanzhou Oulan Pu Electronic Science and Technology Co., Ltd. (Xiamen Office of trading through member

Yu Wang Beijing Oriental Trading Trade Center through membership

Health Technology Co., Ltd. Shanghai Branch complex transactions through member

Environmental Technology Co., Ltd. Jiaxing Easy CD-trading through member

Foshan Shunde Guiyu Kang Electric Factory sale through membership

Guangzhou City Hardware Electrical Appliance Co., Ltd. Valley Trading through membership
Tai Wo
Guangdong Electronic Technology Co., Ltd. (China Marketing Centre to trading through member

Turks Electric Appliance Factory Yuyao ordinary users

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uayi Induction Cooker`s incredible technology combines the speed & controllability of gas with the convenience of electricity. It is ready for use anywhere as it is a portable induction hob and only requires a standard plug socket. The power can be set to 8 different levels, 400W, 800W, 1000W, 1200W, 1400W, 1600W, 1800W and 2000W. The temperature is also adjustable to 80, 120, 140, 160, 180, 210 and 240 degrees. The Huayi Induction Hob allows you to boil, simmer, fry, saute, stew, braise or just keep food warm.

The Induction Hob works with any Ferro-magnetic pan (a pan that attracts a magnet). So cast iron or enamel Le Crueset or similar cookware is OK, but aluminium is not. It will work with most grades of stainless steel. The Minky Induction Cooker quietly produces a high speed magnetic field, which in turn vibrates the molecules in the pan, creating heat in the pan. Only the pan itself becomes hot; so it is safer for you and safer around children. No heat is wasted on heating the area surrounding the pan, so it is incredibly economical and also, should you spill anything onto the hob, it remains cool, so all that is needed is a wipe to clean!

*Very fast, efficient, easy to use and economical

*Electronic digital temperature control heat finely adjustable in degrees

*Pans that can be used: Steel or cast iron, enamelled iron, stainless steel, flat-bottomed trays and pans with a diameter at the base of 12-26 cm.

*Warning system for non-compatible accessories

*One touch buttons for key functions

*Light and portable

*Electronic Digital timer

*Automatic cut-off

*Scratch-resistant ceramic glass

*Easy clean

Yesterday's Tomatoes

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Yesterday's Tomatoes

A friend went on vacation and left me with the charge to "pick her garden" as needed while she was gone. Her tomatoes produced splendidly and I made the most of it!

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11 Responses to “Induction cooker Helpful Free Information”

  • owlcroft:

    There is no obvious reason why not. Most induction cooktop elements can be set as low as 100 watts, and many to as low as 50 watts, which is satisfactorily low even for melting chocolate without a double boiler. The less-expensive freestanding countertop units may not have as fine a set of power gradations, but for the sort of thermal inertia represented by something like a cast-iron (or enamelled cast-iron) Dutch over, even they should work well at lowest setting.It would be wise to try some experiments with uncritical mixtures–perhaps a simple vegetable stew–to get the hang of what setting produces what results (the lowest may be *too* low), but it should work quite satisfactorily.

  • Mr. Why:

    If you meant to ask, “Are their health risks associated with induction cookers?” then the answer is a qualified “Yes.”Induction cookers use an electromagnetic field to heat the contents of the cooker. The magnetic field is relatively weak (stronger than a refrigerator magnet or a cell phone, but weaker than those used on some roller-coasters, for instance). Medical science is still investigating the risks associated with chronic exposure to weak magnetic fields. The scientific evidence is not conclusive; some good scientists think they’ve shown them to be harmful while other equally good scientists think they’ve shown them to be safe.One thing is for sure. If you have any type of medical equipment (especially something like an implanted pacemaker for your heart) or any chronic medical problems (especially heart- or nerve- related) then you should find out the strength of the magnetic field in any cooker you might consider using and talk it over with your doctor before you actually use it.

  • The Unknown Chef:

    No, it works on the principal of the metal contacting the magnetic base which in turn creates the connection and the burner heats, so if you were to put your hand on it there will be no heat, if you put a pot on it heats, they work faster than gas or electric burners and can be moved about even outdoors for use on the patio or deck.

  • JoelKatz:

    Yes, but it’s at an extremely low frequency (typically around 30KHz) that doesn’t do very much. The field dies to nothing in about a foot and is non-ionizing at any distance. (It’s ionizing radiation that breaks atomic bonds that can cause problems like cancer). These frequencies are too low to be useful for communication since they can’t propagate well and can’t carry much information.

  • marty p:

    Yes, it definately can.It was long-wondered by modern science why various nut-cases amongst us would attach “uni polar magnets” to their heads, in order to correct various medical deficiencies. It is now felt that such nut-cases have biological compasses embedded deep within their skulls, possibly by their UFO abductors. Unipolar magnets help to keep these alien compasses aligned with their eyesight, which is on average over several seconds, towards the front of their heads.Induction stoves, however, wreak havoc on the embedded ufo magnets, causing them to swirl and swirl and swirl, until the abductee grows dizzy, stumbles around, and eventually falls into the soup.Hope this helps.

  • I dont know but...:

    emissivity and the structure of the molecules in the metal. iron and steel can provide consistent and even heat though the entire pot due to the nature of the metals. Copper is also a really good one and the more expensive ones are made of copper. however the stainless and cast iron tend to require less energy to maintain cooking temps once desired temp is achieved.

  • alpha b:

    #Please read below,which can give you the idea of vortex heat:#The induction cooker adopts electromagnetic induction principle for heating.-The heat-proof ceramic panel is used as the cooker plane, and through the electrified coil under the plane the AC makes a magnetic field, which induces vortex in iron / stainless steel pan bottom and therefore heats the pan bottom quickly, and then conducts the heating to food.-The working process is as follows: First the AC is converted into the DC through a rectifier, and then the DC is converted into the ultra sonic high frequency AC through a high-frequency electric power conversion device. By connecting the hi-frequency AC to the flat hollow helical heating coil, the hi-frequency alternating magnetic field will be generated. Under the ceramic panel, the electrified coil creates a magnetic field breaking through the panel and induces vortex in the iron pan bottom, which can convert electric energy into heat energy while overcoming the internal impedance stream. The generated joule heat is the heat source for cooking.

  • MaMa:

    I’m sorry, but they probably aren’t going to work, because they coated the bottom with copper. If you’re using an induction cooktop you’ll want to get pans that are completely flat on the bottom and are made of a magnetic metal. For a simple test, hold a magnet up to the bottom of the pan, if it sticks you’re all set, if it doesn’t, the pan won’t work on your stove.

  • fooles.troupe:

    If web searches have failed to locate them, you are probably out of luck. The company should have a web address, you could contact them.

  • JoelKatz:

    Induction cookers typically operate at fairly low frequencies compared to radio devices, 20 to 50Khz is typical. No, it doesn’t sit inside a Faraday cage. Yes, an induction cooker does generate a huge amount of low frequency radio waves.

  • Umlud:

    Since an induction hob uses electricity, by “electric one” I will assume that you mean a “traditional electric hob”.The easy answer is that the traditional electric hob uses more electricity than an induction hob to heat the same volume of water to the same temperature using the same pot/pan (we need to try and keep things constant). However, there are some things that you need to keep in mind.First is the nature of induction surfaces. They require a ferrous pan or pot (i.e., metallic), so steel or iron work fine, but expensive brass or copper pots won’t work. Therefore, if you try and cook with a brass or copper pot (or even aluminium) on an induction surface, it won’t work, and you will just be wasting any electricity you use.Second is the conductivity of the pot or pan (or kettle). The higher the conductivity, the faster and more evenly it will transfer heat from the metal of the pan to what is being heated. Iron is less conductive than copper, so heat transfer is slower. Therefore, frying an egg using an iron skillet on an induction hob vs. frying an egg using a copper pan on a traditional electric hob isn’t an equal test, since you have two variables.Third, you ask about a slow cooker. The slow cooker is energy efficient, but works on a different system. It insulates and heats a relatively large mass of food. Therefore, unlike cooking on a hob — where excess heat escapes into the air — cooking with a slow cooker is more like using an oven on low heat (but one that is easily transported or put away). However, compared to cooking with an oven, the thermal mass of the items being cooked (in relation to the size of the cooker) along with the insulation of the cooker itself means that it is a more efficient method of cooking food slowly on a low heat than an electric oven. However, as a frying surface? Not a chance.Finally, you ask what is the most efficient cooking method. Well, that depends on what your goal is. If your goal is to cook fast with as little energy use as possible, then I would say induction with a thin steel pan. If the goal is to cook slowly so that everything falls apart in your mouth as you eat it, then I would say using the slow cooker is better (especially since many of the induction hobs I’ve seen have an automatic-off function that would limit its slow-cooking potential).

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