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Induction Hob Power Optimised By Using The Correct Induction Pans
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Friday, 01 July 2011 09:58

Induction Hob Power Optimised By Using The Correct Induction Pans

Having invested in an i-hob Quad Induction Hob in 2010, David, the owner of TK's Cafe in Harpenden, Hertfordshire called on Target Catering Equipment to investigate a problem he was having when cooking omlettes using his Target Catering Equipment i-hob induction hob.

Armed with test equipment, power meters and the Target test frying pan Target Catering Equipment's engineers set about checking the hob.  No fault could be found.  The same test was applied using David's light weight omlette pans and this showed that they cooked inefficiently, this was due to the poor quality of metal pan construction.

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The advice that Target Catering Equipment gave was to always check your pans are induction ready.  To do this, simply look for the dimple in the bottom and the manufacturers induction ready mark.  Getting the right pans will ensure you always get the best performance from your induction hob.

Target Catering equipment supplies a range of induction ready pans that are made to optimise induction hob power and give even pan cooking temperatures with no hot spots.

To check out Target Catering Equipment's recommended range of induction pans - visit www.inductionpan-uk.co.uk