Taking its name from the legendary inventor, the NikolaTesla induction cooktop, with its designer flair and technical innovation, is worthy of the revolutionary inventor’s name.
July 25th, 2017
Genius inspired, fusing hood and cooking surface into a single domestic appliance, the NikolaTesla induction cooktop is a fully integrated cooking and suction system. With the fan and cooker hood perfectly integrated into the cooktop itself, the appliance guarantees high performance in terms of fume capture, silence and energy efficiency, all while being housed within an aesthetically uniform design.
Central to the design of the system is the unique Elica technology; a high advanced induction system that ensures high cooking performance and a constantly improving air quality. It’s this Elica technology that separates the NikolaTesla from its competitors, and no groundbreaking technology would be complete without a matching design aesthetic.
The design seamlessly combines the functions of two essential appliances, hood and cooktop. The cooker hood is positioned at the centre of the hob, directly communicating with the induction cooktop and able to receive information from the cooking zones, automatically adjusting aspiration power and speed. When designing kitchen spaces, the NikolaTesla serves as a whole unit – for food preparation, cooking, and cleaning processes, with no need to further design for the removal of fumes or bad smells – Elica takes care of the air quality.
Through the use of innovative technology, the NikolaTesla aspiration hob allows precise cooking, improved air quality, ease of use and facilitated cleaning, silent functioning and energy efficiency, truly earning the use of its genius namesake.
The NikolaTesla induction cooktop is available in Australia through Residentia Group.
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