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Ceramic glass plates

Ceramic glass plates


The ceramic glass plates provides electric resistance from below the cooking area. The plate has a very resistant surface and is easy to clean.

The induction plates generate instant heat and produce sufficient energy to cook any type of food. As such, it is possible to save around 40% energy when compared to traditional ceramic glass plates.




  • Buy kitchen utensils that have a flat, smooth base. Never cook using aluminium or clay pans. If the base of the container is smaller than the area you are cooking, you will be wasting energy. Try to cook using only a little water, with container either fully or half closed.
  • Disconnect the ceramic glass plate a few minutes before you stop cooking, so that you can make the most of the residual heat.
  • Clean the plate after each use, when it has been left to cool or when it is warm, with a damp cloth and special detergent.