Design and practicality: all the advantages of an induction hob

12 APRIL 2018

More and more Italians are choosing an induction hob for their kitchen. This technology is based on coils powered by electricity that generate a magnetic field that produces heat and cooks food. Apart from its technical features, an induction hob is a valid ally for those who love cooking and undoubtedly offers many interesting advantages that distinguish it from a traditional hob.


The absence of naked flames reduces the risk of scalding. In addition, the risk of gas leaks is eliminated when using electricity.


Cleaning is made much easier because there is no incrustation due to the spillage of liquids, since the part of the hob near the edge of pots remains cold.

Fast cooking

The cooking time is much faster! An example? It takes 10 to 12 minutes to bring 3 litres of water to the boil with a traditional hob, whereas it takes only 5 or 6 minutes with an induction hob.

Low costs

The heat generated directly under the pot is not dispersed, allowing faster cooking times and therefore savings not only in terms of time but also on the bill.

Beauty and stylish design

Technological, minimalist and with a very trendy design. The ultra-modern induction hob blends in perfectly with the contemporary style of the kitchen.

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