Published at Saturday, 17 March 2018 by Ambra Morel in Appliances, with total 74 imageries.
Induction cooktops are the modern version of traditional stoves. They are very different for several reasons. First of all, they don’t use direct heat of open flames like gas stoves. They use induction and this means that heat is transferred from one vessel to another. This helps food cook evenly and makes the stove safer. But, as in the case of any other type of cooktop, this one has both advantages and disadvantages. Let’s take a look at some of the pros.
Lighting fixtures – Lighting fixtures should be selected and installed in such a manner that the whole room is illuminated. Lighting fixtures near the work station may also be opted for. Kitchen flooring – for kitchen flooring, it is always recommended to go for Mosaic, tiles and stone floors as they are easy to maintain.
Since induction cooktops are a relatively new creation, lots of people seem to be concerned about all sorts of things. For example, there’s the issue related to power. Induction cooktops are much more powerful than gas stoves so there’s really nothing to worry about it in this sector. Also, there’s the problem of radiations. However, there are no radiation-associated hazards that come with using an induction cooktop so this is just another myth.