COOKERS

Electric Cooker

Product Information:

Electric hobs offer a wide range of heating principles, combination of cooking zone & power, materials & colour, features, size & shape, built-in and free-standing type to fulfill needs of different users.

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Heating Principles:

  • Induction – Induction heating generates magnetic field to the bottom of the ferrous cookware which generates heat itself and releases no heat to the environment. Hence, it is the most energy-efficient and environmental-friendly cooking equipment. It is also powerful and safe. As it gives out neither gas nor flame, there is no hazard of gas leakage or fire and the kitchen can be made cooler and more comfortable.
  • Infra red & heating element - Same as induction heating element, it produces neither gas nor flame. Hence, there is no hazard of gas leakage or fire and the kitchen can be made cooler and more comfortable.


Combination of Cooking Zone & Power:

  • Hobs with one cooking zone to 4 cooking zones are available.
  • Both standard one-piece hobs and domino type hobs allow different combination of heating elements and different number of cooking zone.
  • Depending on the number of cooking zone, hobs with power ranging from 1kW to over 6KW are available.


Materials / Color:

  • Stainless Steel
  • Enamel
  • Tempered Glass
  • Ceramic Glass
  • Beveled Glass


Features Available:

  • Electronic / Turning Knob Control Panel
  • Digital / Mechanical Timer
  • Residual Heat Indicator
  • Halogen Lamp
  • Overheating Protector
  • Self-Testing Function
  • Auto Shut-Off Function
  • Grill heating element with energy regulator for lean meat, fish and vegetables
  • Combination of devices for grill and fry in one unit
  • Downdraft for built-in grill / frying device


Size and Shape

  • Standard rectangular shape with depth around 510mm and various choices of width e.g. 600mm / 750mm / 860mm are available
  • Domino rectangular shape with width around 300mm and depth around 510mm are available
  • Other shapes e.g. kidney and octagonal shapes and wok shape are available

Built-in and Free-standing Type

Some models provide both built-in type and free-standing type for choosing.



Tips on Purchase:

  • Make sure that the power provision in your kitchen is sufficient, especially for those electric hobs requiring high power.
  • Make sure that the number of cooking zone of electric hob is sufficient for your family. Choices ranging from 1 cooking zone to normally 4 or even 5 are available.
  • Make sure that the color or materials of electric hob matches with your kitchen. Choices such as stainless steel, enamel, tempered glass, ceramic glass and beveled glass are available.
  • Make sure that the type of heating principle of the electric hob fits your cooking habit as different heating principles have different heating speed and may require different types of cookware.
  • Many electric hobs offer both built-in type and free-standing type. If revamp of the cooking bench is possible or you are going to renovate your kitchen, built-in type is also a wise choice.



Tips on Usage and Maintenance:

DO

  • Use cookware with even base and size compatible to the cooking zone. Large difference will reduce the level of heat transmission.
  • Use wok with curvature exactly the same as the wok-shape heating element.
  • Only use ferrous cookware, such as stainless steel, cast iron, etc. for induction cooker.
  • Place cookware on the heating element before turning the hob on.
  • Turn off the heating element (except induction heating element) a few minutes prior to the end of the cooking process to save energy
  • Clean the hob when it is cool and powered off.
  • Only use cloth or sponge with soapy water or light detergent to wipe dirt sustain on glass surface material.

DO NOT

  • Do not use cookware made of ceramic, glass, copper bronze, aluminium over induction heating element.
  • Do not place any food / sealed can / paper / cloth / aluminum foil / small metal objects directly on electric heating element when it is operating to prevent overheating or explosion.
  • Do not touch the heating element immediately after cooking as it is still hot.
  • Do not use the electric hob if its surface is cracked or damaged.
  • Do not rinse or immerse the free-standing electric hob in water for cleaning.
  • Do not use abrasive or corrosive products for cleaning.
  • Do not place credit card, disc, watch, radio or pacemaker near the induction cooker.
  • Do not leave substances like lemon, tomato juice, salty water, vinegar, coffee or milk on the enamel surface for a long while.



Installation:

DO

  • Install concealed power point beneath the cooking bench for electric hob during renovation, if any, to avoid exposing the cables for installation afterwards.
  • All electric hobs must be installed by licensed technicians.
  • Use individual power circuit with 13A or above.
  • Make sure that the dimensions of the opening for built-in type electric hob is correct before cutting the cooking bench and the bench must be heat–resistant.
  • Reserve sufficient space between the electric hob and the kitchen wall and the range hood.
  • Add a separator below the electric hob to isolate it from the cooking cabinet. Sufficient space with a vent hole for air ventilation should be reserved between the electric hob and the separator.

DO NOT

  • Do not install induction hob near gas appliances as high surrounding temperature would result in high temperature cut-off while cooking.
  • Do not put screw, screw driver, wire into the in/out vent hole to block ventilation.
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