British induction hob manufacturer, Induced Energy, has now completed a shipment of 18 bespoke under-the-counter induction hobs to a prestigious Beijing hotel. The units will be used in the buffet hall, mounted under a ‘Pyrolave’ stone counter, thus giving the impression of cooking on invisible rings.
Rosie Sanders, managing director of Induced Energy, comments: “It’s very gratifying to know that, given the flood of budget-priced induction hobs coming from the Far East for the domestic market, we are able to prove that quality and British engineering count when sourcing durable products for the catering sector.”
It is a year since the order was first announced by a jubilant Induced Energy team, and there is more to come according to Chris Davies, Induced Energy development manager: “The hotel chain (which does not wish to be named) has now asked us to provide more hobs for its other sites in the region.
“There is no doubt the Chinese do appreciate quality when it comes to high end engineering. For example, the biggest export market in the world for Rolls Royce is China and it looks as though the Chinese are prepared to settle for no less than the best quality British induction technology, too.”