If you love cooking, then a hob is a vital part of your kitchen. Whether you’re simmering chickpeas or boiling pasta, the right hob can help you save energy.

Induction hobs use less electricity than bep tu munchen gas or traditional electric ceramic hobs. They also generate intense heat more quickly. Some models have a booster option, which is ideal for wok cooking or bringing water to the boil.

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Choosing the best hob is all about selecting the style that best suits your kitchen and your lifestyle. But it is also about choosing the right functionality to make cooking enjoyable and efficient. Gorenje offers a selection of innovative features to help you achieve this including Zone Light that illuminates the cooking zones and Power Move that transfers settings when moving a pot. We also offer a range of intelligent induction hobs with functions that reduce energy wastage.

Gas hobs heat up pans through a gas fuelled flame while ceramic and induction hobs use electricity to generate the heating. All three types of hobs are more efficient than standard electric plate or traditional sealed gas hobs but induction hobs are the most energy efficient of all.

Induction hobs use the latest induction technology that generates the heating directly on to the pans which means they are faster than other types of electric hobs and cool down instantly when a pan is removed. Induction hobs are also the most family friendly as they are safer than traditional gas and have no open flame. They are also easier to clean as there is no hot surface. Induction hobs can be combined with a recirculation cooker hood or integrated into your worktop for the ultimate in style and efficiency.

Precise power adjustment hob

A precise power adjustment hob allows you to control the cooking zones with the touch of a button. This function gives you the ability to reduce or increase the heat instantly, saving you energy and reducing your bills. It also makes it easier to cook using a range of different pan sizes and types, enabling you to make the most of your kitchen appliances.

Induction hobs offer greater efficiency than standard electric or gas hobs because they work by heating the pan itself rather than the hob’s surface area. They’re also faster than gas hobs at boiling water and offer a more consistent heat distribution, so they use less energy to maintain a constant temperature.

Induction hobs have a sleek, modern aesthetic that makes them an ideal choice for contemporary kitchens. They also cool quickly when a pan is removed, which helps to reduce the risk of accidental burns. However, if you prefer a more traditional or classic look, a gas hob is the perfect option. Our expert kitchen designers can advise you on the best option for your home. They can show you samples of both induction and gas hobs to help you decide. Whichever you choose, you can rest assured that we’ll deliver a beautiful, bespoke kitchen.

Auto sensing cooking zones

Induction hobs are far more energy efficient than gas or electric plate hobs because there is little to no electricity wastage. Induction cooktops heat pans directly by creating a magnetic field that heats the ceramic plate that your pot or pan sits on. Conventional gas or electric hobs heat pans indirectly by sending flames into the pan and heating the air around them. This is why conventional hobs can feel so hot if you touch them, and they often waste about 50% of the energy they use.

When using an induction hob, you should always make sure that the cookware is matched to the size of the cooking zone. Larger zones are better suited to larger cookware sizes and smaller zones are best suited for small cookware. This can be achieved by ensuring that the cookware has an induction-compatible bottom or by buying induction compatible pans.

It is also important to choose a hob with an accurate cook time function. This can prevent the appliance from turning on when it is not required and switching off when water has already reached boiling temperature. It can also stop the appliance from running if it detects that the pan is empty or has boiled dry, and this can save energy by up to 15%.