Commercial Induction Ranges

Commercial induction cook-tops literally allow the pot/pan upon it to become the heating element by using a magnetic field to generate heat energy. This flameless method of cooking is considered safer as the unit remains cool to the touch. It holds very accurate temperatures and is a faster and more efficient way of cooking that its counterparts- the electric or gas range. Commercial induction ranges are found in many prep kitchen lines as well as buffet lines, fast food, schools, convenience stores. Uses include heating stock pots, chili, soups, stews, sauces, omelet stations, nacho cheese sauce, and mac & cheese. In addition of not posing a threat of a hot appliance, these ranges give off less heat to the area it resides, resulting in less strain on both staff and ventilation systems.

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