What is the difference between vitroceramic and induction?
Are you hesitating between vitroceramic cooktops and an induction hob? You should know that each option has advantages and disadvantages. For instance, a vitroceramic cooktop consumes less electricity than an induction hob, but it is usually more expansive to buy. Here are more details on the
The vitroceramic cooktop
However, compared to induction hobs, vitroceramic cooktops have some disadvantages. They usually consume more energy. They are also less safe than induction hobs. Finally, they are slower in terms of temperature build-up.
The induction hob
Induction hobs have four main advantages. The first one is that they are very cost efficient. They are also safer than vitroceramic cooktops. When you remove the pot or the pan from the hob, it instantly
On the other hand, note that induction hobs are usually more expansive to buy than vitroceramic cooktops.
Discover the Schneider catalogue
Keeping this difference between vitroceramic and induction in mind, feel free to discover the Schneider catalogue. You will find several vitroceramic cooktops, such as the SDV30M, STV603 and STV60M models. As you will see, Schneider also sells induction and gas hobs.
The other criteria to consider before purchase
Beyond the differences between vitroceramic and induction, there are other criteria to consider before purchase. The number of hotpoints must meet your needs as well. Also pay attention to the features included in each cooking hob. They can vary from one hob to another, especially in terms of safety. Finally, take a look at the power of the cooking hob. Note that this is the element that defines the temperature build-up speed and consumption level of the hob.