Pros and Cons of Induction Stoves


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Energy efficient with multiple cooking modes and feather/soft touch controls induction stoves from VGuard Industries.

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Pros and Cons of Induction Stoves

  1. 1. Pros and Cons ofInduction Stoves
  2. 2. Energy efficient with multiple cooking modes andfeather/soft touch controls induction stoves from VGuardIndustries.Traditional cooking stoves use electrical coils or gas totransfer the heat to the cooking product. After evaluationof the disadvantages it has, innovations were introducedand induction heating became the new technology forproviding the heat in the cooking process. The cookingvessel is made up of stainless steel or iron and is verythin in design allowing ease of installation and occupyingvery less space. The design looks tremendously stylishwith the glass surface induction top. Induction stovesdirectly use the heating to heat the cooking vessel. Thereare both advantages and disadvantages of using suchstoves for cooking and some are mentioned below:
  3. 3. Faster cooking:The heat energy is directly transferred to thecooking pan and thus the food is prepared muchquicker than the traditional cooking stove. Theelectric induction is so fast that preparation timedecreases significantly which is a true advantage forbusiness-oriented people. In the foodserviceindustry time is crucial and thus helps a lot in savingtime and retaining profits. There are many websitesproviding online shopping for induction stoves andone of the links is
  4. 4. Cooler environment:The traditional stoves produce alot of heat in order to raise hetemperature of the metal pan andcook food, most of which iswasted in the environment. Lessis contributed to the cooking panand more of the flames are just awaste which heats up theenvironment.Induction stoves avoids such waste and thus leading to amuch cooler environment. Also, the stove stop remainscool too as no flames are igniting on the stove which allowsthe chef to hold them without the danger of burning him/herself. Only the bottom of the pan directly under the cookingvessel is very hot. Also, fire suppression equipments arealso not needed in case of any emergencies.
  5. 5. Cheaper:When it comes to the efficiency factor, inductionstoves has been proved as a more energy efficientstove than the traditional ones. The electricalinduction provides heat only to the pan itself and theenergy reaches to its destination without wastingany of it in the unneeded environment. This savessignificant amount of money that would have beenrather gone in vain if traditional stove would havebeen used. So every penny spent on the inductionstove is worth it. Moreover, as soon as the cookingpot is removed from the cooking vessel, the cooktop instantly changes into the standby mode whichrequires no energy.
  6. 6. Hazards:The electrical induction stoves emit similarradiation such of microwaves and cell phoneswhich can hamper one’s health. The risk isobviously not too high because people also usecell phones frequently but still it somewhere liesas a risk to health. However, people withelectrical devices inside their body such as apacemaker should be very careful as themagnetic fields might disrupt the activities of thedevice.
  7. 7. Creation of noise:People love cooking and it pleases them tocook silently. The magnetic fields created bythe electrical equipment of the stove have tobe monitored and the equipment especially,should be monitored and stopped fromoverheating. This requires the use of a faninside the stove which creates continuousnoise while the cooking is being done.
  8. 8. Power outages:The induction stove carries out the processof cooking through the use of electricity and ifthere are any electricity outages, theinduction stove will not be able to work. Thismight create a huge problem for those whoexperience such problems frequently. Abackup generator would solve the issue butthen that would cost higher than overallbudget of traditional stoves.
  9. 9. V-GUARD INDUSTRIES LTD33/2905 F, Vennala High School Road,Vennala, Kochi-682028,Ph: +91 484 3005000Fax: 0484-3005100,E-mail: mail@vguard.inWeb:
  10. 10. V-GUARD INDUSTRIES LTD33/2905 F, Vennala High School Road,Vennala, Kochi-682028,Ph: +91 484 3005000Fax: 0484-3005100,E-mail: mail@vguard.inWeb: