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Induction hobs are very clean and normally easy to use, although some manufactures have over complicated the operation (Miele' new range of induction hobs we have found especially hard to use). Induction hobs are efficient and quick; they heat up in seconds and cool down just as quick due to the induction technology that makes them work.
The technology behind induction hobs is quite simple there is a strong electro magnet, which is positioned just under the ceramic glass. When switched on the zone will conduct heat through a ferrous metal-bottomed pan and cook what is ever inside it. Once the pan is moved off the surface the electro magnet induction hob instantly ceases conducting heat. Induction hobs are much faster than any other electric hob technology and even faster than most gas hobs.
Induction Hobs have the added benefit of being very safe; because once a pan is moved even if the hob is switched on it will be cool to the touch until a metal saucepan activates the induction. This means that induction is the ideal product to have when safety is essential. This technology comes with drawbacks; it simply will not work unless your pans are ferrous metal i.e magnetic.
At Unbeatable.co.uk we recommend Induction Hobs as the quickest and safest way to cook at home. Induction Hobs are also cheaper to run than any other type of electric hob currenly available. The brands we recommend are: Neff Induction hobs, De Deitrich Induction Hobs & Siemens Induction Hobs.