Induction cooking is becoming one of the most popular fuel choices thanks to its energy efficiency, controllability and safety. With this in mind, Rangemaster has introduced the next generation in induction systems – the Rangemaster Induction System G5 MK2, which will feature on an exclusive number of range cookers.
Choose this option to hold a low temperature for a period of two hours, after which the hob will switch itself off. Great for melting butter or chocolate, keeping food warm or cooking on a gentle simmer.
The new induction system includes two large cooking zones that can be used independently or bridged together to create one large surface area for griddles, fish kettles or a number of pans together.
We’ve also developed a brand new induction compatible griddle, which comes as standard on all Deluxe and SE range cookers. Cast aluminium, it’s lightweight yet hardwearing with rubber feet to protect the glass hob beneath.
This function offers maximum power in an instant and is available on each of the cooking zones. Perfect for rapidly boiling water.
New induction burners on the Rangemaster system will recognise when a pan is placed on any of the cooking zones and will switch off automatically once the pan is removed from the surface.
Sensors also recognise when the temperature of a pan rises rapidly, usually when a pan is about to boil dry, and will automatically reduce the power.
The advanced induction hob is currently available on the following Rangemaster range cookers:
- Nexus SE
- Elan Deluxe
- Longstock Deluxe
- Leckford Deluxe