Electric vs. Induction


In todays market, home owner are provided with many options for their choice of cooking appliances. From electric powered stove cooktops, to electromagnetic heating technology, home owners may not understand the differences between their options. In this blog, we want to compare a few of our top performing ranges, and provide you with the information you need to better understand the differences between Electric and Induction cook tops.


Electric ranges have been a more commonly purchased option for homes seeing as it offers less cooking hazards. Electric cooktops do not use any sort or gas or open flames when turned on.  Unlike gas stoves, electric can transmit heat more evenly. Electric is also provides the ability to maintain a lower temperature than gas stoves, giving you a better range of heat. Not to mention, the flat surface top makes cleaning much easier. 

Here at Faulkner's Appliance Centre, we showcase top of the line Electric ranges that are fully equipped with todays state of the art features and technology, providing our customers with the perfect kitchen range for their home. Below are our top rated kitchen ranges we believe are worth highlighting when customers are shopping for electric options.










  • Slide-in Design
  • Guiding Light Controls
  • 5.8 cu. ft. Large Capacity
  • Dual Convection
  • Temperature Probe
  • Five Burner Cooktop
  • Large Window Design
  • Storage Drawer
  • A handy storage space allows for additional storage

  •        Samsung Front Electric - NE58F9500SS



    • Even-Heat True Convection bow-tie designed convection fan
    • Steam Rack for additional moisture to the inside of the oven
    • 5 Cooking Elements including a warm zone
    • Easy Convect Conversion System
    • Storage drawer for pots, pans and baking sheets.
    • Intuitive Glass touch screen controls 
    • 4000W Broil feature provides variable temperature options
    • Side Trim accessory kit
          KitchenAid Front Electric - YKSEG700ESS








  • Two dual power elements for ultimate cooking flexibility 
  • Powerful convection fan cooks food faster and more evenly
  • A handy storage space allows for additional storage
  • Use Steam Clean for a quick clean in 20 minutes or Self Clean for a deeper clean
  • The Warming Center keeps hot, cooked food at serving temperature.

  •                Samsung Rear Electric - NE59M4320SS




    • Even-Heat True Convection
    • 5 Cooking Elements including a warm zone
    • EasyConvect Conversion System provides exceptional results when experimenting new recipes
    • Hidden Bake covers up the baking element, making it easier to wipe away spills
    • Triple-Ring Element provides three element sizes at one location
    • 10" Even-Heat Ultra Element provides consistent heat across the full cooktop
    • Stainless Steel Cooktop Trim

        




          KitchenAid Rear Electric- YKFED500ESS






    • Triple-Ring Round Element
    • Even-Heat Simmer on All Elements
    • Keep Warm on All Elements
    • Control Lock Function






          KitchenAid - KECC607BBL





    • Automatic Zone Timer
    • SpeedBoost for quicker heat time
    • PreciseSelect Offers Different Direct Cooking Settings
    • Dual Element Cook Surface
    • 2-Level Heat Indicator



              Bosch - NET8068UC




    Induction cooktops provides a unique method to heat up pots and pans. The stove is designed to use electromagnetic energy to directly heat the cookware that is used for your cooking. The magnetic energy causes the excitement within the steel properties of the cookware to create a direct and even heating source. Unlink electric or gas cooktops, Induction ranges do not use burners or heating elements to heat the cookware from underneath. This method provides heat faster than gas powered cooktops. Induction are also marketed to use much less energy than gas or electric, making induction to be more energy efficient.







  • Slide-in design
  • Distinctive built-in design creates a cultivated look in the kitchen without the remodel.
  • Dual convection
  • Two powerful convection fans that circulate heat, cook food evenly and save time. 
  • Wi-Fi connectivity
  • Monitor and control the range from anywhere. 
  • Glass touch controls
  • Seamless, integrated, and premium design 
  • LED surface lights shine onto pans to give the visual
  • Steam Clean and Self Clean




  •       Samsung Front Induction NE58K9560WS








  • Stainless steel design
  • Dual convection
  • Self Clean
  • Ceramic Cooking Surface featuring five element-burners 
  • Even-Heat True Convection System


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                   KitchenAid Rear Induction YKFID500ESS



  • Count Up Timer - Stopwatch Function 
  • PreciseSelect - Direct Cooking Level Selection 
  • ChildLock - Prevents the Cooktop from Being Accidentially Switched on.
  • Keep Warm Function 
  • SafeStart Feature.
  • FlexInduction - Combines Two Cooking Zones Into One 
  • 11" Cooking Zone for Larger Pots and Pans
  • PowerMove - Divides FlexInduction Into 3 Preset Power Level Zones.


  •           Bosch - NITP068UC 







    •  4-Element Cooktop
    • 9 Heat Level Settings
    • Performance Boost
    • Touch-Activated Controls
    • Simmer Function
    • Melt and Hold
    • Pan Size Detection
           KitchenAid - KICU500XBL




    We invite you to visit our showroom here at Faulkner's Appliances Centre to explore the models we compared today, and see how you could use one for your kitchen. At Faulkner's, we provide full service delivery, making your purchase much easier for you complete. If you would like to find out more or learn how these products may be right for you, feel free to contact us or visit our location.

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