induction burner

induction burner

[in′dək·shən ‚bər·nər]
(engineering)
Fuel-air burner into which the fuel is fed under pressure to entrain needed air into the combustion nozzle area.
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Founded by Meyer Founder Stanley Cheng, Hestan Smart Cooking demonstrated its first product, Hestan Cue, an integrated system that syncs a recipe app, cookware and induction burner to enable home chefs to create perfect dishes.
If anyone ever asks me what equipment do you use as a chef, you can give me a water circulator for sous vide, a flattop, a pan and an induction burner - give me a wood grill and that's all I need.
Five (5) - Custom Connectable Induction Burner Drop-in Units with associated
Then we added a convection toaster oven, and recently an induction burner, which uses significantly less electricity than a typical resistance electric burner.
For Spring Switzerland, small electrics are doing well, said Haymer, and it will debut a portable induction burner at next March's International Home & Housewares Show.
If the magnet sticks, the pan will work with an induction burner.
Bailey said that the induction burner box is about twice the depth of an electric cooktop burner box, making it difficult to place an oven below.
In addition to having to be constructed of the right material, induction-compatible cookware must be the same diameter as the induction burner.
Because induction burners utilize little heat, even cramped kitchens stay cool while cooking, and surfaces remain safe to touch.
It features two grilling plates, four induction burners and a deep fryer.