Grande Cuisine is introducing the Adventys GL2-6000 range of induction units, comprising hobs and a plancha.
The equipment is said to be high performance and build on the success of the 3000 range, promising an even greater output.
The GL2-6000FB twin induction hob is designed to operate with two, large, single pans front and back, and offers an output of 3kW per zone.
The stainless steel unit has a flush fitted, wipe clean vitro-ceramic top and a glass touch control panel with a manual setting feature, plus 20 pre-set power settings and a 99 minute timer.
Measuring 370mm wide x 730mm deep x 139mm high, the hob is suitable for all types of cooking and has built-in safety features including overheat and boil-over sensors, and an empty pan detector. A 6kW side-by-side version – the GL2-6000 is also available.
Furthermore, the GLP2-6000 unit is a two-zone side-by-side induction plancha designed to cook at a low controlled temperature in order to preserve the quality, taste and texture of the food.
Two 3kW induction hobs with a touch control fascia are claimed to offer all the advantages of table-top induction plancha cooking with two separate cook zones. The unit, measuring 694mm wide x 470mm deep x 265mm high, has a glass touch control panel, manual temperature setting, automatic turn off mode and a high temperature indicator.
Precise temperature control is achieved with 12 pre-set temperature settings ranging from 30°C-250°C.
Units can be connected to either a 6kW 240V single-phase electrical supply or 6kW 400V three phase electrical supply at the time of delivery and installation.
Recommended end user prices start at £1,675.