Contemporary design and practicality heats up with Blancoâ€™s induction cooktops.
May 1st, 2010
Blanco’s BIC63 Platinum Range Induction cooktops deliver fast, safe, precise and innovative cooking technology with all of the hallmarks of contemporary design.
Style meets substance in this Blanco selection with a black, continuous touch sensitive surface that is easy to use and clean thanks to an absence of knobs.
Features include minimalist style touch controls, 12-heat setting, a boost function and independent timers for each zone, small utensil safety detection linked to an automatic stop system, safety lock and residual light indicators.
Induction coils, which transfer magnetic energy from below the surface to cast iron or steel pans, are used to generate heat onto the pan and through to the food.
No flames or heat transferred from surfaces means accelerated cooling, providing an ideal safety feature for families.
With Platinum Range Induction products cooking time is halved and cooktops use only half the energy of gas and around 45% more efficient than conventional electric versions.
Compatible pots include stainless steel, thick-based enamels and cast iron.
Blanco’s Platinum Range Induction cooktops BIC63 60cm 3 Zone retail for $1999.
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