INDUCTION HOBS

TECHNOLOGY AND EFFICIENCY

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SLIDER CONTROLS
The slider sensor controls the power for each cooking zone

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AUTOMATIC POWER OFF
If the hob is used for a long period of time and overheats, the hob automatically switches off.

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ECO-FRIENDLY CERAMIC GLASS
Surfaces in ceramic glass consist of natural, eco-friendly raw materials.

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AUTOMATIC POT RECOGNITION
When the pan is placed on the hob, the relative zone is automatically activated. The power of the cooking zone can now be selected.

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POWER BOOSTER
Boosts the power of each cooking zone to reduce the cooking time.

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RESIDUAL HEAT INDICATOR
The symbol H on the display warns you not to touch a hot cooking zone.

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SAFETY LOCK
This function prevents the hob from being accidentally activated.

INDUCTION
The principle of how induction works is simple: an electronic generator powers and controls an electric circuit (inductor) inside the appliance. This circuit creates a magnetic field so that the pan, placed on the glass ceramic surface, is crossed by “induction” currents. Using the Joule effect, these currents transform the pan into the real heat emitter, while the glass ceramic surface remains “cold”.

Induction Technology has two main effects: a) since the heat is emitted by the pan itself, the heat output is maximised and there is no heat loss during cooking. b) there is no thermal inertia because placing the pot on or removing it from the glass ceramic surface.

1000mm Induction
4 Zones

FM-PID-1000-4ZBL

900mm Induction
5 Zones

FM-PID-900F-5ZBL

800mm Induction
5 Zones

FM-PID-800B-5ZBL

800mm Induction
4 Zones

FM-PID-800-4ZBL

600 Induction
4 Zones

FM-PID-600-4ZBL

900 Curved Induction
4 Zones

FM-PIC-900-4ZBL

900 Induction
with Gas Wok

FM-PGI-900-5ZBL