Ariel Cooktop April 23rd, 2018 - 08:07:02
Imagine this scenario. You drag in from work and have to cook dinner for your family. As you get the food ready to go, you place to pots on the cook top to start heating up. Meanwhile, your two small children are running around the kitchen after being cooped up all day in day care or preschool. Before you know it, one of the trips and grabs the cooktop to stop from falling. Your childs hand touches the edge of the burner that is hot and burns his hand pretty badly which means a trip to the hospital. This scenario can and does happen each and every day in households across the United States and around the world. Now, imagine the same scenario with a magnetic induction cooktop. Your childs hand touches the edge of the burner but DOES NOT get burned! You get to fuss at your children, tell them to quit running around so wildly and then you kick them out of the kitchen. There is no burned flesh and no need to make a trip the ER to have your childs hand treated for burns.
5. Safety With a gas stove, you cannot avoid releasing toxins into the air you breathe and even some can escape with electric stoves. However, when you add an induction cooktop to your kitchen, you dont have to worry about any safety issues. No toxins will be released and the surface will remain cook, so that you dont burn yourself. 6. Less Heat Even with the efficiency of cooking food faster, these cooktops dont emit as much heat into your kitchen as a gas or electric stove. In the summertime, you wont have to worry about cooking and heating up your entire house, and this can actually keep your air conditioning bill down because there will be less heat in your home.
There are a lot of advantages to using magnetic induction cooktops. First, they are breaking records for the speed that they bring 6 quarts of water close to boiling. The heat that is emitted is even and liquids simmer perfectly. The cooktop stays much cooler than a conventional cooktop which means no burned flesh, no burnt on spills and less heat loss which leads to a very hot kitchen. A huge safety feature is that induction elements turn off automatically when the magnetic pot is removed from the burner, even if you dont want them to. So this greatly reduces the chance of having a cooking related fire in your kitchen. The biggest reason that you dont find magnetic induction cooktops in every home is the cost of the cooktop and the pots and pans. When this technology first came out, prices range from $1,800 to $3,500. When you compare that with $550 to $750 for top-performing electric cooktops and $650 to $1,200 for gas, the price is a bit steep for most people. But if you shop around online, many times you can find discounts that will make it more affordable. You also have to figure in the cost of new cookware for the new cooktop. This technology requires you to use cookware that is made of cast iron or enameled steel. You can try to use your old stainless-steel cookware and sometimes you will get lucky and it will work. But if you have copper or aluminum pots and pans, you are out of luck. One way to test your cookware is to see if a magnet will stick to it. If the magnet sticks, your cookware will most probably work.
A leading manufacturer of essential home appliances, Frigidaire produces products that are environmental friendly, nice looking yet affordable. When you purchase a cooktop from this company, you know you have acquired a product that will be part of your kitchen for a lifetime. The range of cooktops from Frigidaire is as diverse as are the prices. In its long list of gas and electric cooktops, one of the most affordable cooktops that this company makes is the Frigidaire FFEC3024LB 30" Electric Cooktop. Costing less than $400, this cooktop is not only gorgeous but is a very convenient appliance. It is space saving at 30" and weighs about 45 pounds. It has four cooking zones and has a ceramic glass surface. When shopping for a gas cooktop, there are many types available and you might be tempted by their mid-range priced 30" model FFGC3025LS Gas Cooktop. This cooktop is guaranteed to provide star performance with its four burners each giving you from 5,000 to 15,000 BTUs. It is great looking with its stainless steel surface and its cast iron grate.