Induction Hobs

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Induction Hobs

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Available in a variety of styles and sizes, our range of induction hobs features advanced technologies designed to make life easier, including our IndyFlex technology that allows you to cook larger items by merging two cooking zones. By transferring heat directly to your pots and pans, induction hobs waste less energy than both gas hobs and ceramic hobs. For added peace of mind, selected built-in induction hobs come with our 10-year Beko Parts Guarantee, helping you feel confident in your purchase decision. Looking for more information? Check out our detailed hob buying guide.

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Beko’s range of induction hobs make cooking easier and more enjoyable. Designed with safety in mind, induction hobs use special Sensor technology to recognise the size of your pans, using magnetic currents to generate heat. By only heating the surface of your pans, induction hobs use less energy than other types of electric hobs. The high quality, durable glass surface of these hobs is easy to clean and blends seamlessly into your worktops, perfect for creating a modern kitchen design. Looking for slightly more choice? Explore our full range of built in hobs here.

How do induction hobs work?

Induction hobs rely on high-frequency electromagnets to generate heat. This heat is transferred directly to pans when they are placed on the hob. By using magnetic currents, induction hobs only heat the pan and not the surrounding area, meaning it uses less energy than other types of electric hobs. To find out more, please read our dedicated ‘what is an induction hob’ FAQ.

What pans work on induction hobs?

When using an induction hob, ferrous metal pans are required. Without a magnetic material, heat will not be able to transfer from the hob to the pan effectively.

What are the benefits of induction cooking?

One of the main benefits of induction cooking is the level of safety it brings to a kitchen. When using an induction hob only the surface area of your pan is heated on an induction hob, meaning the rest of the cooking zone remains cool. When a pan is removed from a cooking zone, the induction current breaks and heat begins to reduce straight away, helping protect you and your family from burns.