Choosing the right stove top
ixina sells a broad range of possibilities to suit your needs and wishes. For starters, will your cooktop be gas, glass-ceramic or induction? After you choose your technology, you can also refine your preference based on dimensions (60, 70 or 90 cm) or the number of burners (2, 3, 4 or 5).
Induction cooktop For precise, quick and economical cooking that's totally safe.
Are you a stickler for performance? Then you've got to get induction.
Induction comes with lots of advantages, including flexibility and precision when cooking and a constant temperature. Food cooks fast and uses less energy (induction +/- 4 min 0.225 KWh versus gas +/- 10 min 0.270 KWh).
In addition, you can cook safely by activating the child lock and the system to prevent overheating empty cookware. The final flourish is that induction cooktops are easy to clean: all it takes is a swipe of the sponge.
Gas cooktops The purist's preferred way to cook
Do you have a gas line and a predilection for traditional cooking modes? Opt for a gas stove top. For a long time, chefs preferred gas: by controlling cooking via the gas flame, you can easily simmer your dishes over low heat or sear them on high heat. Today gas cooktops are often combined with electric burners. Then, any kind of cooking is possible.
Glass-ceramic cooktops Easy to use and care for
This electric stove top is perfect for practical people: it is easy to use and cleans up in a snap. These cooktops are available with two different technologies: radiant burners which heat via radiation, and halogen burners, which are powerful and heat in successive waves.