SCHOTT CERAN® with radiant
Radiant electric heat is the most commonly used heating technology when cooking on glass ceramic. Electricity heats a coil beneath the glass surface which radiates heat and ultimately warms the vessel on the cooktop.
The technology is easily recognizable by the red glowing cooking zones. It provides several advantages to the end consumer such as having an easy-to-clean surface along with energy-savings in using electricity.
A substantial difference in temperature between the heated and unheated areas on a SCHOTT CERAN® cooktop has no advers effect on the product. The thermal conductivity and flatness of the cooktop ensures that the cookware cannot tip over.
The grat advantage of a radiant ooktop lies in the extremely avec heat distribution that is obtained in the cooking zone.