Induction cooker is a very common kitchen cooking utensil. It uses the principle of magnetic field induction heating. There is no open flame. It is the best choice to use induction cooker in areas where open flames are restricted. But induction cookers are also divided into household induction cookers and commercial induction cookers, so what is the difference between them.
1. The power is different. The power of household induction cooker is far less than that of commercial induction cooker. The power of household induction cooker is generally within 3kw, using 220V voltage. Commercial power is around 3kw-35kw, using 380V voltage, the heating speed will be faster.
2. The appearance is different. The household is small in size, with various appearance styles and rich colors, usually using a frying pan. Commercial stoves basically have no decoration except for professional hot pot induction cookers. They use stainless steel as the outer shell and are relatively large in size. They are basically compatible with all pots and pans. Households can only support 220V voltage, and commercial can choose 220V voltage or 380V voltage.
Third, the quality is different. Commercial induction cookers are produced in strict accordance with industrial-grade standards due to long working hours and high power, and require higher pots and pans. Household pots and pans are thinner and tend to burn food. Commercial induction cookers have higher requirements for water resistance. Therefore, commercial induction cookers are more durable than household induction cookers, and their lifespan can be as long as 10 years under normal use.
Fourth, the operation mode is different: the operation mode of the household induction cooker is mainly based on the button and the touch screen, and the surface of the induction cooker is contacted. For commercial use, switch modes such as rotary, sliding control, and magnetic control are far away from the furnace surface.
5. Customization. Commercial induction cookers can be customized according to the actual needs of customers in terms of size, specifications and materials. Household induction cookers do not support customization.