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Vitroceramic hobs

Vitroceramic hobs

Small acts in the home can result in significant energy savings.

In the case of vitroceramic hobs, we give you some very useful tips that will lead to notable savings on your electricity bill.
 

How can I save while using the ceramic induction range?

 

  • Induction hobs produce heat instantly and generate the amount of heat needed to cook each type of food. This can lead to energy savings of around 42% compared to traditional materials.

  • An induction hob takes less than six minutes to boil a litre and a half of water, whereas a normal range takes at least ten minutes and a gas range more than eleven minutes.

  • Keep in mind that recipients used on a ceramic induction hob must be made with ferromagnetic materials.

  • You can also make better use of heat if the recipients are slightly larger than the cooking area used, so as not to waste heat. 

  • Turn off heat a few minutes prior to the end of cooking, to allow the residual heat to complete the process.

  • In order to lower your energy bill, choose high energy efficiency electrical appliances (class A, A+, A++ and A+++).

Learn more about the energy ticket for electrical appliances.

 
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