Supplier Grande Cuisine has added the Adventys Lite table-top, single-ring, portable induction unit to its portfolio.
Said to be suitable for those tight on space, the unit can also provide additional support to heavy-duty built-in equipment in a busy kitchen.
Temporary food stalls or pop-up ventures could also make use of the induction hob, which runs off a 13A socket and can be interchanged with other units as needed. The stainless steel outer casing has a flush-fitted, wipe clean vitroceramic top and a touch control panel with six pre-set power settings. The integrated 99-minute timer has both audio and visual alarms and a power shut down mode.
Measuring 280mm wide x 367mm deep x 78mm high, the induction unit can take a 230mm diameter pan and is claimed to offer precise temperature control with an instant response for consistent results.
As with all induction units, it can be used to sear meat, braise, boil, and sauté, as well as for shallow frying, stir frying, cooking casseroles and even for melting chocolate.