The Future of Cooking With Induction

By Hawaii Renovation Posted in: InteriorKitchen

Wouldn’t it be nice if you could place your pot anywhere on the cooktop? And use different types of cookware on your cooktop?

Servco Home & Appliance is excited to welcome the future Thermador Freedom Induction Cook-top, which offers all of the benefits of traditional induction technology: instantaneous and precise temperature control, making it as responsive as gas; safer cooking, as the surface stays cool to the touch; and easier cleaning with its smooth and flush surface. At the same time, Thermador’s new cooktop enables home cooks to place their cookware anywhere on the cooking surface, including specially shaped cookware such as griddles and oval-shaped pans offering all of the benefits of traditional induction technology in addition to maximum flexibility in size, shape and position.

You can place up to four pots or pans anywhere on the cooktop surface, in any configuration. The cooking surface is optimized to work with a pan as small as three inches and as large as 13-by-21 inches. The Freedom Induction Cooktop delivers 63 percent more usable surface area than the competition, with 48 coils measuring three inches each — offering the largest cooking surface on the market. It also features the first full-color touch screen induction panel on the market: clear text displays, cookware display and a 6-and-a-half inch color screen with touch-through glass.

The natural-mapping user interface of the Thermador cooktop empowers home cooks to move their cookware around during the cooking process, which is especially helpful as they add and remove different dishes during meal preparation — such as sauces, boiling water and sautes — so there are no limits on where to place the cookware.

The Thermador Freedom Induction Cooktop surface is made from transparent ceramic glass, which allows for the integration of the color touch-screen. In addition to the touch-screen interface showing the position of all cookware on the cooking surface, the touch-screen also performs live updates as cookware is moved to a different position, giving the home cook an intuitive cooking experience.

The Thermador Freedom Induction Cook-top will be available in July 2012. However, you can see it for the first time in the Servco Home and Appliance Distribution’s booth at the BIA Home Building & Remodeling Show this weekend and see for yourself the world’s first induction appliance that eliminates the conventional burners and instead offers one limitless cooking surface with an intuitive touch-screen interface.

Servco Home and Appliance Showroom is located at 2841 Pukoloa St. in Mapunapuna. Our showroom is open Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturdays.

For more information, call 564-2493 or visit us online at servcoappliance.com.

ADDRESS: 2841 PUKOLOA ST.
CONTACT: 564-2493
WEBSITE: www.servcoappliance.com