New from Siemens is the inductionAir system – a combination hood and hob that saves space and looks great.
January 22nd, 2018
A product perfectly suited for the home chef with a passion for design, the inductionAir system is a space-saving concept that combines two extraordinary appliances: a flexInduction cooktop and a revolutionary integrated downdraft ventilation system.
Not just a pretty face, the design of the inductionAir system reflects a deep understanding of the most cutting edge of kitchen concepts. An advanced climateControl Sensor handles all ventilation for you, detecting and controlling the level of odours in the air and adjusting the motor as needed.
With the powerful integration of downward ventilation, the inductionAir system removes the need for any bulky traditional rangehood, and the innovative flexInduction cooktop adapts to your cookware with customizable cooking zones. With cooking surfaces and ventilation designed together, the need for an overhead rangehood is totally gone, yet space below is maintained for storage.
The latest in kitchen technology and design, we introduce the powerMove Plus. The powerMove Plus lets you separate your cooktop into three different heating zones with different temperatures – just lift your cookware to the right spot to activate the zone.
Why Fry at the front of your cooktop and warm at the back? For a controlled frying temperature, simply choose from a range of automatic programs according to the type of food being cooked, and the frySensor Plus will do the rest.
Cooking should be a fun and joyous part of life, which is why the design team at Siemens have created kitchen appliances that get out of the way, leaving you with the endless avenues for inspiration and creation.
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