Induced Energy’s invisible launch


British commercial induction cooking technology manufacturer, Induced Energy, has introduced the invisible cooking station.

The technology has been developed from Induced Energy’s existing induction hobs. Utilising a focused coil allows the unit to cook directly through a lava stone surface with no visible signs of a hob to the end user.

The unit allows a chef to prepare, cook and hot hold on one surface, designed to enable for greater flexibility and creating more preparation areas when required.

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The invisible cooking station is manufactured to bespoke requirements and can vary from a mobile 600mm square to a full service counter. The lava stone glazed tops are available in any commercial colour or as a natural grey top similar in colour to a dark slate. As the lava stone does not become hot the unit is suitable for front of house use.

Available in single, twin and four zones, with each ring requiring a 13A(3KW) supply, the invisible cooking station is suitable for servery counters, business and industry catering, show kitchens, high end presentation cooking and school cooking, among other applications. Showroom demonstrations are available from Induced Energy.

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