COMMERCIAL equipment firm Burco has extended its Titan Cooking series with a new induction range cooker.
The firm, an arm of Glen Dimplex Professional Appliances, claims the new Titan Induction Range is both flexible and energy efficient in comparison to its gas-powered counterparts.
The new unit features five independently controlled cooking zones – four offering 1.9kW of power, with one centrally located offering 2.6kW; it also features a ‘boost’ mode that provides ten minutes of additional power for when rapid heating is needed.
The unit features three pre-set cooking controls: ‘melt’, ‘simmer’, or ‘cook’, alongside the ability to manually select and alter the temperature. And it also boasts pan detection technology, meaning its hobs only generate heat when a pan is in place.
Jon Usher, head of UK sales and marketing at Glen Dimplex Professional Appliances, said for years “induction technology has been seen as the domain of top chefs in large kitchens”.
He said the new induction range offers “the latest technology at a price that is affordable to all”.