Induction hobs excel in terms of their cooking speed and efficiency, as the technology used transfers heat to the pan itself by electromagnetic induction; this reduces the losses associated with heat escape and leads to a reduction in the surface temperature of the hob, when compared with other types. With good quality induction compatible pans the efficiency of an induction hob can be as high as 85%.
The HVN93 has a linear design, meaning that its four cooking zones are accessible and completes the CDA linear collection offering this style in gas, ceramic and induction cooking options. The linear induction hob works beautifully with the 3D9 downdraft extractor, creating a sleek and flowing design.
As with all CDA induction hobs, as well as looking stylish the HVN93 is packed with functional features, including:
Nine power levels offer minute adjustments to allow cooking at any temperature, ranging from gently melting butter to flash frying. Induction cooking is almost instant, so you waste no time waiting for the hob to get to the right temperature.
This stylish hob looks great installed in any kitchen, and a quick wipe over the easy clean surface will remove most cooking residues. The electronic slider control puts precision at your fingertips and the front control positioning means that it is easy to use. The electronic touch control means there are no control knobs to clean around and the LED displays are clear and easy to read.
Residual heat indicators
Despite the comparative lack of heat after cooking on an induction hob, CDA induction hobs are still equipped with residual heat indicators to warn when a zone is hot after use. These switch on automatically when the zone is switched off, and stay on until the zone reaches a safe temperature to touch.
Whilst induction is the most efficient way to cook on a hob, the booster function on each zone makes cooking even quicker, increasing the power level by 33% for a maximum of 5 minutes.
Safety key lock
For peace of mind when unattended, all CDA induction hobs have a safety key lock which switch off the control panel completely. The key lock can be used when the hob is switched off but also during use to prevent accidental changes to your cooking plans.
Offering even more flexibility, the HVN93 has a timer that can be set to switch off a cooking zone automatically.
Auto safety switch off
To prevent damage to the hob, each zone is equipped with a temperature sensor. This sensor will automatically switch off the zone if it reaches too high a temperature to allow the zone to cool down.
Induction compatible pans
The only specific requirement for cooking on an induction hob is that only ferromagnetic pans will work (A fridge magnet will stick to the base of the pan if it is compatible with induction hobs). High quality, flat based pans work best with induction and these will also give the best efficiency in use, and new pans will carry this symbol on the packaging to show they can be used.
All CDA products come with a 5 year parts, 2 year labour guarantee for peace of mind.
The HVN93 is available from CDA now. For more information, including technical specification and product dimensions, click here.
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