GUANGZHOU, China, June 25, 2012 /PRNewswire-Asia-AsiaNet/ –
The induction cooker is popular in Europe, America, Japan and Korea, becoming a
main cooking tool with no soot, easy-to-clean, safe, energy-saving and small
Eating is less appealing in summer with the heat and humidity. The culprits are
the high temperature itself coupled with the heat generated while cooking with
open fire. Then induction cooker, however, does not require an open fire and is
ideal for families for summer and all year round.
The following five points are factors to pay attention to when purchasing an
induction cooker, gathered through interviews with insiders and users’
I. Well-Known Brands
A brand is the guarantee of quality and service, and therefore comes with less
security risks. A few prominent Japanese brands have proven reliable, however
international brands such as Midea are highly considered due to their effective
cost performance and quality.
II. Based on Numbers
The higher the power, the more and faster conversion from electricity to heat
is needed. Also, the more power consumption, the higher the price of the
induction cooker will be. Buying based on the number of diners is a reasonable
factor. An 800W induction cooker is adequate for a single person to a family of
With frequent usage, induction cookers can consume a lot of energy. Brands
specially launch energy-saving technologies aiming at the cooking habits of
Vietnamese, such as the ‘mild power & strong fire’ feature double patent
technology of Midea’s induction cooker. Cooking will not overflow and be burnt
with mild fire, with more nutrients releasing and saving energy by 40% than
common induction cookers. ‘High-power & strong fire’, rather, meets the demands
of stir frying, conforming to Vietnamese cooking habits while still having a
better energy-saving effect.
IV. Auto-Test Function
Note to test its auto-test function to guarantee safety: Move the pan away and
place inapplicable objects on it while it is working and then observe if the
alarm goes off or if it automatically cuts off the power.
Its surface should be smooth and scatheless. Roughness or any incline will
influence the normal heat efficiency. The heating to the pan can directly be
affected by the adequacy of the magnetic line penetrating into its top plate.