Questions & Answers

  • How does induction cooking work?

    Induction cooking directly heats pots and pans through magnetic current. Instead of using thermal conduction (a gas or electric element transferring heat from a burner to a pot or pan), induction heats the cooking vessel itself almost instantly.
  • What type of cookware is compatible with induction?

    For your cookware to be compatible with your induction cooktop, it needs to be magnetic iron or steel. To make sure your pots and pans will work just fine, try the magnet test, or to put it simply - a magnet needs to cling firmly to the cookware in order to work properly on an induction cooktop's surface.
  • How do I perform the magnet test on my cookware?

    Before you head out to replace your cookware, grab a magnet off your fridge for a simple at-home test of your current cookware. Hold the magnet to the bottom and sides of your cookware and see if it clings to it.