This Neff T36FB41X0G induction hob is made from sleek black ceramic glass, so it looks great in any modern kitchen. It’s a built-in model and can be installed easily on your work surfaces, coming with a 13 amp plug for a 13 amp power supply.
Four Zone Induction Hob. The T36FB41X0G has four zones, so you can place a range of pots and pans when cooking for the family. Whether you’re cooking the traditional Sunday roast or a breakfast banquet, you can be sure to have enough cooking space.
At the front of the Neff T36FB41X0G you’ll find easy-to-use touch controls, while 17 stage power settings let you fine-tune different temperatures. These run from 1-9 in increments of 0.5 with an additional power boost setting. You won’t need to worry about over browning food again, and will always reach a food texture that suits your tastes.Having trouble preparing multiple dishes with different timings? Not to worry, each zone even has an LED display with a timer function, so you can cook each course to perfection. If you fancy flambéed bananas or need to seal your beef wellington, why not try out the boost function? This gives you a speedy blast of heat on your zone, so you can cook more efficiently than ever before. These functions are available across all the zones on this Neff induction hob, so you can have four times the fun.
What is an Induction Hob?
Simply put, induction is like having an individual heating element inside each pan. When a pan is placed on an induction hob, it completes a magnetic circuit below the hob’s surface, which creates energy within the pan’s base. This in turn heats the pan. As the heat is only heating the pan and not the zoned area no energy is wasted. No pan, no heat. And with energy bills rising, every saving counts.
Increased control is also a key feature of induction cooking. Sometimes cooking requires a delicate touch. How many times have you tried to melt chocolate or make a sauce and found it has burnt or spoilt? Induction offers the ultimate in controllability and outstanding low-heat performance. Sometimes you just want to get the job done, and one of the other many advantages of induction is speed. You can boil considerably faster than on a ceramic hob, and nearly twice as fast as a gas hob.
Please note: If you have a heart pacemaker, do seek advice from your doctor before using an induction hob. Please also only use pans suitable for induction hobs. These include enamelled steel, iron, stainless steel (depending on the alloy) and some aluminium pans with a ferromagnetic base. Glass and copper bases are unsuitable.