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Easily wipe the worst messes clean with Induction.

Because the surface stays relatively cool, spills, splatters and occasional boil-overs don’t burn onto the cooktop, making clean-up quick and easy.

What is Induction Cooking?
Unlike traditional electric and gas cooktops, induction technology uses magnetic currents to directly heat your pots and pans, instead of the cooktop. Cooking with induction makes mealtime easier with quicker heat, precise control, and easy cleanup.

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Faster Heat,

quicker boil.

Induction heats the pot and not the cooktop surface, meaning water boils 50% faster* than a traditional electric cooktop.

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Consistently

delicious.

Precise temperature control reduces the risk of over or under cooking. While even, consistent heat delivers tasty and repeatable results every time.

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Beautifully

cLEAN.

Because the surface stays relatively cool, spills, splatters, or occasional boil-overs don't burn onto the cooktop, making clean-up quick and easy.

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RIGHT FIT.

Because the surface stays relatively cool, spills, splatters, or occasional boil-overs don't burn onto the cooktop, making clean-up quick and easy.

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Home.

Locate your nearest Frigidaire® induction appliance dealer now.

*9" induction upper right burner compared to 3,000W electric element, 6 qt./10" diameter pot, 1 qt. tepid water.

*9" induction upper right burner compared to 18,000 BTU gas burner, 6 qt./10" diameter pot, 1 qt. tepid water.

The Benefits of Induction Cooking 

Cooking with induction makes mealtime easier with quicker heat, precise control, and easy cleanup.

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What is Induction Cooking?

Induction technology has been put to use in cooking since the early 1900s; however, it only gained mainstream consideration in America in the past few decades.

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How to Choose an Induction Cooktop

Ready to Make the Switch to Induction? Here are a few things to consider when picking out your new induction appliance. 

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