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Model: GECN1180

ceramic cooktop stoves manufacturing company


  • This stove uses 1200W high-efficiency infrared heating technology. Heats food quickly and evenly, you can use it to fry, keep warm, boil hot water or soup.
  • The stainless steel shell and smooth glass-ceramic top make this burner look great on any countertop.
  • Temperature Control – Turn the adjustable control knob to the temperature setting that suits your food. The indicator light will illuminate red to indicate that the stove is heating up, and will automatically shut off if it overheats or reaches the desired temperature.
  • Compatible with All Cookware – Unlike induction cooktops, this countertop burner works with almost all types of cookware.

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Ceramic cooktop stoves differ from induction cookers. While both use electricity, the induction cooker converts it into electromagnetic waves to heat cookware, whereas an electric cooktop generates far-infrared rays for the same purpose. Unlike the induction cooker, the electric cooktop doesn’t necessitate magnetic cookware; any heat-resistant utensil suffices.

Resembling the induction cooker, the ceramic cooktop typically sports a smooth glass surface. Any flat, heat-resistant cookware can be used on the ceramic cooktop. Unlike the induction cooker, the ceramic cooktop requires some preheating time. Instead of directly raising the temperature through electromagnetic induction, the ceramic cooktop heats cookware via thermal conduction. Despite this difference, the ceramic cooktop offers a wider range of cookware choices.

Gaining popularity in kitchens, the ceramic cooktop stands out. Its smooth surface streamlines daily cleaning—just a wipe with a damp cloth suffices. Addressing safety concerns associated with gas stoves and surpassing the limited cookware compatibility of induction cookers, the ceramic cooktop excels. As the ceramic cooktop warms up, the heating area emits a red light, providing a visual indicator of the process.

During heating, the ceramic cooktop doesn’t emit harmful substances, and its smooth surface is easily cleaned, preventing the entry of dirt or liquid. The stylish appearance enhances the ceramic cooktop’s appeal. Comliant manufactures various ceramic cooktop models, including options like portable ceramic cooktop, 1-burner ceramic cooktop, and 2-burner ceramic cooktop. Leveraging extensive manufacturing experience, we offer customization services to meet specific customer requirements.

Typically pricier than traditional hot plate stoves, the electric cooktop outperforms with superior overall performance, higher heating efficiency, and thermal conversion rates. Both the ceramic cooktop and hot plate stoves support a variety of cookware, including glass, ceramic, aluminum, and non-magnetic copper pots. In terms of cookware selection, the ceramic cooktop provides greater flexibility than an induction cooker. However, an induction cooker heats up faster than both electric cooktops and hot plate stoves, requiring almost no preheating time and allowing immediate cooking.

Incorporating smart functions such as safety auto-shutoff, a timer, and automatic pot detection, Comliant’s electric cooktop prioritizes user safety, ensured through rigorous quality and factory testing. Beyond safety considerations, the electric cooktop offers practical benefits; After shutdown, the surface of the electric cooktop doesn’t immediately cool down, allowing users to utilize residual heat for food warming. Our product range encompasses various electric cooktop options, from portable electric cooktops to models with two or more heating zones. To meet specific requirements, we offer customization services. As a leading ceramic cooktop stoves manufacturing company, Comliant possesses extensive manufacturing experience and a steadfast commitment to service.

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