Induction Hob Pan FAQs:
An Induction Pan is just the term used for any Frying Pan, Saucepan, Skillet, Wok etc. that’s compatible with an Induction Stovetop. Induction Hobs heat Pans by electrical induction through copper coils and not by an open flame, like those seen on gas stoves, nor by electrical element.
Using any induction hob pan is an energy-efficient option since no heat is lost in the transferring process. If you’re not sure how to identify an induction stove, they’re usually sleek, black, glossy ceramic surfaces. Induction-specific pots and pans make life easier if you’re cooking on an induction stove, allowing you to cook with precise temperature control and optimum efficiency.
With over 80 years of experience in manufacturing Cookware and Pans, we are confident that our range of Induction Hob Pan Sets will offer affordable excellence for every kitchen.
From out Thermo Smart 5 Piece Pan Set to our top-rated Cook & Strain Stainless Steel 5 Piece Saucepan Set, all of our induction frying pans and saucepans are manufactured to the highest quality and help to make cooking easy.
Our Nadiya Hussain x Prestige Stackable Non-Stick Frying Pan Set makes a versatile addition to any kitchen, complete with the clutter-free convenience of a multi-size lid. Like our other induction pan sets, these innovative pans are made with our unique PFOA-free non-stick coating, making cooking and cleaning simple.
Induction Hob Pans can be used on Gas Hobs but it’s important to remember that not all types of pots and pans are suitable for induction stovetops – so it’s better to avoid using pans interchangeably. Furthermore, the careful, handcrafted designs of our induction hob pans ensure optimum heat-transfer efficiency, making sure that no heat is wasted from the copper coils underneath as it goes straight to your tasty creations.