Invisible induction systems for modern and minimalist kitchens
In a world where innovation and minimalist design are intertwined in the quest for culinary perfection, a silent revolution is emerging in avant-garde kitchens. Invisible induction systems have arrived to break paradigms and challenge the limits of gastronomic creativity.
We highlight totally disruptive and revolutionary elements, which can be perfectly integrated into any minimalist environment, providing impeccable aesthetics and unprecedented functionality.
However, if well thought out and integrated into the space, these concealed induction systems can also blend seamlessly into homes of any style and décor.
Invisible induction systems are much more than just an alternative to conventional cooking methods. They are the manifestation of fast, clean and efficient cooking devices, as well as very elegant.
Invisible induction cooktop
Invisible induction cooktops have completely changed the way of working and being in the kitchen. Opting for this type of cooktop allows the user to cook on a surface without glass or visible fires.
A type of invisible glass ceramic hob that has improved a lot in the last 30 years and has professionalized its design compared to the classic induction hobs.
Today, many customers choose the concept of concealed cooktops for their homes. In fact, many opt for this type of cooktop-integrated cooktop for several reasons and advantages.
The most innovative technology applied to the traditional domestic kitchen
The beauty of this technology lies in its ability to transform a kitchen space into an uncluttered, spacious and tidy place. In fact, in these concealed induction systems, there are no obstructions or visual distractions, allowing you to see what really matters: the creation of exceptional dishes.
But their impact goes beyond aesthetics and practicality. These cooking systems have become the preferred choice for everyone, offering precise temperature control and faster cooking times. From sophisticated dishes to everyday preparations, invisible induction systems guarantee perfect results with every bite.
The ideal cooking system for minimalist spaces
As the demand for minimalist and functional spaces continues to grow, it is no wonder that concealed induction systems have become one of the most in-demand and integrated elements of our most recent state-of-the-art kitchen projects.
Get ready to enter a world where the invisible becomes essential, where simplicity and innovation go hand in hand. Concealed induction systems are here to mark a before and after in the way we conceive and enjoy cooking.
How does an invisible induction stove work?
Unlike conventional cooktops, where the burners and hobs are clearly visible, concealed induction cooktops are designed to blend seamlessly into the work surface. Therefore, it can be a bit strange to cook for the first time on a cooking system that only has a smooth, continuous surface.
To get a glimpse of the hobs, it is vital to look at the crevices in the work surface, usually in the shape of a cross or round, which indicate where the heat point is located. Then, it will be as easy as placing the utensil on the surface for the induction cooktop to detect the presence of the pot or pan and start heating.
Importantly, these invisible induction systems have their own touch controls integrated into the work surface. Controls that allow you to adjust the temperature, power and even control the cooking time.
In addition, and although it may seem very strange, the lit fires do not transmit direct heat to the surrounding worktop. So, you won’t get burned or have any accident surprises when cooking your meals.
Is special cookware required for this type of induction?
The quick answer is: Yes. Invisible induction systems require the use of specific tools that are compatible with the installed technology. Normally, accessories with a magnetic base are used, capable of creating an electric current and, in turn, generating heat.
However, if you want to use the induction utensils you already have from a previous glass ceramic, you can follow the advice of using a rubber to separate the pan or frying pan about 3-4 millimeters from the worktop. This separation helps to avoid the direct transmission of heat from the utensil to the material of the table. Something really important to prevent the concealed induction cooktop from being damaged by its use.
However, it is important to keep in mind that the use of utensils specifically designed for induction systems provides better results and energy efficiency. These cookware accessories are designed to maximize heat transfer and ensure even distribution throughout the base of the cookware. As a result, food cooking is faster and more precise.
The brands we work with
From Molins Design, we are sure that the new invisible induction systems are going to impose themselves in the interior design of kitchens. Therefore, we continue to work in contact with three trusted brands. Companies that are already starting to create these new cooking models with the best technology and the highest quality: ABK Stone, Inalco or Porcelanosa are our leading brands!
ABK Stone, with its long history in the natural and synthetic stone sector, stands out for its commitment to excellence and innovation. Their experience and know-how have allowed them to develop high quality stone surfaces that are perfectly adapted to concealed induction systems.
Inalco has been a pioneer in the development of state-of-the-art ceramic surfaces. Committed to the utmost in research and technological development, the brand has resulted in cutting-edge products that combine resistance and aesthetics.
Last but not least, there is Porcelanosa. A brand recognized internationally for its excellence in the manufacture of products for architecture and interior design. From Molins Design we know that trusting Porcelanosa for the creation of invisible induction systems is a safe bet. Especially to create induction hobs under ceramic, marble or quartz countertops.
26 October 2023
05 January 2023