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Induction Top Range from Charvet

30 October 2008 by
Induction Top Range from Charvet

Induction cooking is a quick and energy-efficient way of cooking but has not always been well-suited to commercial kitchens, where heat and grease can affect the sensitive electronics in the generators.

Charvet's new Induction Top Range uses remote control to overcome this problem by concealing the sealed and externally-cooled generator in the range's base cupboard.

The 4 x 5kW individually-controlled induction hobs - which are mounted over a high-output GN 2/1 electric oven - can each boil five litres of water in 6 minutes and 15 seconds, more than twice as fast as an electrically-heated solid top.

Unlike conventional ranges, which need to be switched on before service and are usually left on all day, the induction hobs use energy only when a pan is placed on top, saving energy and money.

The modular ranges can stand alone or be incorporated into a wall or island cooking suite.

The same induction technology is also available in Charvet's bespoke range in a variety of configurations, including round, square and rectangular.

To buy it, call Charvet Premier Ranges 01342 717936

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