The Chinese New Year is just around the corner and we are quickly approaching the hotpot season. It is time to turn on the long hidden induction cooker and prepare for a warm reunion.
In the past, people used gas stoves as a saucepan, but nowadays they are mostly replaced by induction stoves, as the latter are much safer for home use.
But have you thought about how to use the induction cooker safely? Here are some tips from Deco-Man, give them a try!
Most home appliances have their own current and voltage requirements.
Because induction cookers operate at high power, the safety requirements for electricity are also stricter.
Therefore, pay attention to the power source when installing the induction cooker.
Selection of utensils
It is best to use pots specially designed for induction heating, as this can affect the protection of the cooker itself.
Avoid using heavy pots at the same time as the induction cooker has a limited load.
As a rule of thumb, the total weight of the pot applies and the feed should not exceed 5 kg. Overloading the surface of the cooker can cause damage such as warping and cracking.
Where to put the stove?
When using the induction cooker, make sure that the device is level. Relocate the cooker if the surface you are placing it on is not flat and level.
This significantly reduces the likelihood of accidents.
Induction cookers have built-in coolers to cool the heating components during operation.
However, if the ventilation around the cooker is poor or if objects block the ventilation openings, the cooling efficiency is reduced.
When the temperature of the cooker rises, its effectiveness decreases. This can even damage the stove.
So if you find that the cooker fans are not working, turn off the cooker immediately and immediately check.
After a certain period of use, you should clean the stove regularly, as this can extend the life of the stove.
Use a soft cloth and brush in combination with other cleaning tools to clean the stove. Avoid contact with hard and sharp objects, as these can damage the induction surface.
Check the cooking function
Most induction cookers have self-checking and protective functions. You check whether the pots used are compatible with the stove, whether the method of use is correct and whether the cooking surface is overheated. If these functions are no longer carried out, using the cooker becomes a very dangerous affair.
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