induction cooktop

induction cooktop



    The TOKIT induction cooker for sale usually uses high-quality stainless steel and ceramic glass as the main materials.

    Stainless steel is used to make the body, which has good corrosion resistance and wear resistance, while the ceramic glass panel is used for the cooktop, which has the characteristics of high-temperature resistance and easy cleaning. The combination of these materials ensures the durability and long service life of the induction cooker.

    The noise generated by the induction cooktop when in use is relatively small. The TOKIT induction cooktop is designed with noise control in mind, and usually only at high power output, the fan cooling system may produce slight noise, but this will not interfere with daily use.

    Under the premise of normal use and good maintenance, the TOKIT induction hob can provide a reliable service life of up to 5 to 10 years.

    This estimate is based on daily correct operation and standardized maintenance habits, such as timely cleaning of the cooktop, avoiding the use of abrasive cleaners, and keeping all parts of the equipment clean.

    Proper maintenance can not only extend the life of the induction hob but also ensure that the equipment always maintains optimal operating efficiency and safety.

    induction hob

    TOKIT's induction induction cooker uses electromagnetic induction technology to directly heat the bottom of the pot, effectively improving energy efficiency and saving energy.

    It can ensure that the stove surface will not generate high temperatures, and is equipped with overheating protection and child lock functions to ensure safe use.In addition, the TOKIT induction cooktop is relatively thin, about the thickness of a notebook, which is convenient for users to carry and move, and can be used in outdoor camping or RV scenes.

    Ordinary stoves

    Ordinary stoves usually rely on gas or electric heating wires to indirectly heat the pots by heating the air or the stove surface, and the efficiency is relatively low.

    Gas stoves have the risk of gas leakage, and the high temperature stove surface of electric heating wire stoves can easily cause burns.In addition, ordinary induction cookers need to be regularly disassembled and cleaned. The burner and bracket, daily maintenance is more cumbersome.

    Although the TOKIT portable induction cooktop uses a high-hardness black glass panel, which is sturdy, scratch-resistant and very easy to clean, you still need to be careful when using it, and try to avoid placing sharp or metal kitchen utensils directly on the stove to prevent scratches.

    Yes, the TOKIT small induction cooktop adopts an ultra-thin and fashionable design. Its thinnest part is about 16 mm and the thickest part is 23 mm, which is very suitable for outdoor use or carrying in different cooking environments.

    Compared with traditional gas stoves, the TOKIT small induction cooktop is lighter and easier to move. If you need to carry the induction cooker out frequently, this small induction cooktop will be the best choice.

    The transportation efficiency of TOKIT portable cooktops electric is usually high, and the processing time is usually 2-5 working days, and the delivery can be completed in about 2-5 working days.

    Because they are relatively light and moderate in size, they are easy to pack and transport. Reasonable packaging design also ensures safety during transportation and reduces the damage that may occur to the portable cooktops electric during transportation.

    To ensure the best performance and extend the service life of a portable induction cooktop, you can follow the following maintenance points:

    Regular cleaning: After the induction induction cooker is completely cooled, gently wipe the stove surface and shell with a damp cloth and mild detergent to remove oil and food residues.

    Avoid using abrasive detergents or hard brushes to prevent scratches on the stove surface. At the same time, check and clean the air inlet and outlet regularly to ensure heat dissipation and prevent dust accumulation.

    Use suitable cookware: Use flat-bottomed magnetic cookware, such as cast iron or stainless steel pots, to ensure effective heating. Non-magnetic pots such as aluminum or copper bottom pots are not suitable for induction cookers.

    Avoid abuse: Avoid placing heavy objects such as heavy pots or other cookware on the stove surface to prevent the stove surface glass from breaking.

    Inspection and replacement: Regularly check the power cord and plug of the induction cooker to ensure that there is no wear or damage. If any problems are found, stop using it and contact professional service personnel for replacement or repair.

    Avoid moisture intrusion: Avoid moisture from entering the induction induction cooker during cleaning and use.By following the steps above, you can keep your induction hob in top working condition, providing lasting convenience and efficiency to your kitchen life.