Grande Cuisine takes the mystery out of induction


Grande Cuisine has been giving Hospitality Show visitors a truly transparent glimpse into the inner workings of induction at this week’s Hospitality Show.

The Milton-Keynes-based company is featuring an Adventys Pro portable induction hob on its stand that has a clear glass top.

The translucent glass covering means users can actually see the internal copper coil and components that power the machine.

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Managing director, Steve Hobbs, said the unit had captured the imagination of visitors to its stand and proved extremely popular.

“It has really helped to give people a visual understanding of how induction works,” he commented.

Hobbs confirmed the company was planning a limited production run of the transparent-topped units, including the chance for operators to have each hob personally branded.

More details are due to be released after the show.

Hobbs added that the Adventys Pro range was also significant for the fact that users can choose the exact temperate they want by degrees rather than having to select an undetermined setting.

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