With two cooking zones and automatic pot detection for pots up to 8 inches in diameter, the VI 424 is ideal for classic cooking. The booster function of both cooking zones can temporarily increase the power by about 50 percent, allowing not only intensive searing but also especially rapid heating of large quantities of liquid.
- Induction is a heat transmission technology that makes optimum use of energy.
- Its most important attribute is the precise and above all fast-reacting supply of power through the electromagnetic field - with short quick boiling times, almost as in the case of a gas cooktop.
- Unused heat is no longer lost because the induction method sees to it that only the bottom of the pan is heated, not the cooktop.
- Also, the cooktop itself heats up slightly and spilled foods can no longer burn onto it.
- The induction method detects the size of the pan bottom and heats only the bottom, regardless of its diameter.
- You will recognize pots and pans suitable for induction heating either by their special marking or if a magnet sticks to the bottom.
- Temperature control lets you cook at a precisely defined temperature (water temperature between 113°F and 203°F) or steaming at 212°F.
- Many delicate dishes, such as fish, are kept from crumbling by using a constant temperature below the boiling point.
- It is also possible to defrost, warm up, or keep dishes warm over an extended period without any drying out or loss of flavor.
Controls Digital Element Type Induction Fuel Type Electric No. of Elements/Burner Cooking Zones 2 Overall Color Black Warranty 1 Year Parts and Labor. See store for full details. Burner/Element Configuration (1) 8.25" 3300 W; (1) 5.88" 1800 W Control Panel Color Black Depth 20.5 in. Height 2.75 in. Min to Front Edge of Counter 2.5 in. Width 15 in.
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