Kitchenware Cooktop Burners


Duxtop LCD 1800-Watt Portable Induction Cooktop Countertop Burner 9600LS

by Secura
Price: $149.99 Buy Now

  • Duxtop Induction Cooktop uses 120 volts, 15 amps of electricity - standard in all homes; Lightweight and compact for easy handling and storage.
  • Digital LCD Sensor-Touch Control Panel; Child Safety Lock system (press and hold the Safety Lock Key for 3 sec to activate), Fast Boil button & Keep Warm button.
  • Built-in count-down digital timer with 1 minute increments up to 10 hours; 20 temperature ranges from 100°F to 460°F; 20 power levels from 100-1800Watts; 5 ft cord.

Product description

The energy produced by the Duxtop Cooktop is supplied directly to the cooking vessel by a magnetic field. The cooktop automatically adjusts the magnetic field generated to the size of the cookware base so that very little energy is wasted during the cooking process. The Duxtop Induction Cooktop is safe to use, fast and easy to clean. This versatile and feature rich cooktop is great for entertaining; use it as a stylish centerpiece on the table for outdoor parties or in the kitchen as an extra cooking zone.

1) The Duxtop 9600LS Induction Cooktop uses 120 volts, 15 amps of electricity - standard in all homes. Just plug the cooktop into any standard household outlet. This makes it very convenient to move around.

2) Lightweight and compact for easy handling and storage.

3) Built-in count-down digital timer with 1 min increments up to 10 hours.

4) Digital LCD Sensor-Touch control panel.

5) 20 power levels from 100-1800 Watts.

6) 20 temperature ranges from 100°F to 460°F.

7) Cord length is 5 ft.

8) Compatible with induction ready cookware such as cast aluminum enameled iron and steel, stainless steel with a magnetic bottom, or cast iron.

9) The auto-pan detection feature will turn off heating when cookware is removed from the cooktop and shut the unit off automatically after 60 seconds if no cookware or incorrect cookware is detected.

10) Child Safety Lock system.

11) Low and high voltage warning system.

12) Equipped with diagnostic error message system.

13) ETL approved.

Portable Induction Cooktop, iSiLER 1800W Sensor Touch Electric Induction Cooker Cooktop with Kids Safety Lock, Countertop Burner with Timer and 8 Temperature Settings, Suitable for Cast Iron, Stainless Steel Cookware

by iSiLER
Price: $59.95 Buy Now

  • WIDE APPLICATIONS & PORTABLE: The cooktop surface measures a diameter of 6.7in (17cm) to fit frying pans with a diameter of 3.9-8.6in (10-22cm); ensures a large and uniform heated area; compact and lightweight with a thickness of just 2.3in (6cm) for easy transport and storage; suitable for areas with limited space use
  • 8 PRESET TEMPERATURE LEVELS: Adjustable temperature ranging from 140°F (60°C) to 460°F (238°C); can be set in 40°F increments; sensitive large touch buttons for enhanced usability
  • LONG 3-HOUR TIMER & SAFETY LOCK: Press "+" or "-" button to set the timer in 1-minute increments (long press for 10 minutes); overheating protection, child lock and rounded edges for ultimate safety

Product description

Built-in Timer
This cooktop includes a built-in timer that goes up to 180 minutes and that shuts off automatically to reduce the risk of overcooking or burning food.

Overheating Protection
When the internal temperature of the induction cooktop exceeds your selected temperature, it will automatically stop working.
In an ambient temperature of 77°F (25°C), the built-in fuse will ensure the internal temperature stays below 563°F (295°C).

Suitable Cookware
1.This unit will only operate with suitable cookware made from cast iron, enameled and stainless steel.
It will not operate when using aluminum, ceramic, copper, glass or Pyrex cookware, or any cookware with a concaved base.
2.The cookware base should have a diameter of no less than 4in (10cm) and no more than 8.7in (22cm).

Technical Specifications

Voltage: 120V
Frequency: 50/60Hz
Material: PP
Power range: 100-1800W
Temperature range: 140-460°F/60-238°C
Power cable length: 3.9ft/1.2m
Size: 11.6 x 14.2 x 2.2in/29.5 x 36 x 5.7cm
Weight: 91.7oz/2.6kg
Timer: Maximum 3 hours

Error codes and explanations:

E0: No pot/ Unsuitable cookware
E1: Low voltage
E2: Over voltage
E3: Thermistor module open
E4: Thermistor module short
E5: Thermistor to IGBT open
E6: Thermistor to IGBT short
E7: Thermistor module failure
E8: Inner failure
E9: Thermistor to IGBT overheating

If the error code E0 is reported, please check if the cookware you are using is suitable for induction cooking or wait for the appliance to cool down and then switch it on again.

If error codes E1-E9 are reported, please contact us for inspection and repair.

Package Contents

1 x Portable Induction Cooktop
1 x User Manual

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3 hot topics home canners need to be aware of 08/03/15, via St. George Daily Spectrum

•There can be damage to the cooktop from the excessive heat that reflects back down on the surface, especially if the canners used are too large of a diameter than is intended for the burner being used. The damage can range from discoloration of white

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3 hot topics home canners need to be aware of - St. George Daily Spectrum

The National Center for Home Food Preservation (NCHFP), housed at the University of Georgia, is the clearinghouse for all current, science-based information approved by the US Department of Agriculture regarding home food preservation. edu ) contains background information and scientifically tested recipes for all types of home food preservation: water-bath canning, pressure canning, dehydrating and freezing. Below is a brief overview of hot topics NCHFP wants home canners to be aware of as a busy canning season is almost here. Canning in pressure cookers. Many home canners use the term “pressure cooker” when they are actually referring to their pressure canner. When preserving foods, it’s important to know the difference. Typically, pressure cookers are smaller in diameter and their weights only measure 5 to 10 pounds of pressure to cook food. They are also made to allow the cooker to be placed under cool water to bring the pressure down quickly. To be considered a pressure canner for USDA processes, the canner must be able to hold at least four quart-size jars. The recommendation for using USDA pressure processes for low-acid foods is to use a canner that holds at least four quart-size jars. The research for USDA pressure processes for vegetable and meat products was conducted in pressure canners that are most similar to today's 16-quart or larger pressure canners. Also, any home canning done in the intermountain West must be done either using a 15-pound weight or have a dial-type gauge that registers higher pressure readings. Canning on smooth cooktops. Some smooth cooktop manufacturers say do not can on them, while others who say it is OK still put stipulations on the diameter of the canner compared to the diameter of the burner. •There can be damage to the cooktop from the excessive heat that reflects back down on the surface, especially if the canners used are too large of a diameter than is intended for the burner being used. The damage can range from discoloration of white tops to actual burner damage to cracking of the glass tops to fusion of the metal to the glass top. •Many of these cooktops have automatic cut-offs on their burners when heat gets excessive. If that option is built in, and the burner under a canner shuts off during the process time, then the product will be under-processed and cannot be salvaged as a canned food. •Even if boiling water canning is approved by the manufacturer, it may be necessary to fashion your own canner out of a flat-bottomed stockpot with a bottom rack inserted. Many canners do not have flat enough bottoms to work well on a smooth cooktop to be able to maintain a full boil over the tops of the jars. Canning on a portable electric or gas burner. If you have a smooth cooktop and the manufacturer says not to can on it, then you might find yourself looking for an alternative. The alternatives for canning (if you have one of these no-canning recommended smooth cooktop ranges) are either to purchase and install a permanent set of electric coil or gas burners as a range top (without an oven) or to purchase a portable... Specifications for selecting one of these burners are found on the NCFHP website. At least one pressure canner manufacturer advises not to can on any outdoor heat source. Your pressure canner can be damaged if the gas burner puts out too much heat. Higher BTU burners could also produce so much heat that the recommended come-up time for canning could be altered, potentially producing an unsafe final product. Again, check manufacturer’s directions and/or contact their customer service for information about appropriate burners. When you are asking manufacturers about canning, specify whether you are asking about pressure canning (much more heat concentration) or boiling water canning.


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Pot on stove leads to fire - 08/15/15, via The Daily Star

Leaving a pot on a stove resulted in a kitchen fire at a home on Willow Villa Road Thursday afternoon. The occupant turned on the burner to start cooking, but went outside, Hammond Fire Department Chief John Thomas said.

Moving? prepare large appliances to arrive in top shape - 08/15/15, via ABC 13

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