We should use only standard cookware for Induction cooktop and take care following points.
We should use cookware made of ferrous metal such as made of steel, iron or aluminum with stainless steel cladding base.
Don’t use non compatible material cookware like aluminum (commonly available) or mixed material type because substandard cookware results less heating, fluctuation and tripping that leads to very frequent failure in appliance.
Cookware Bottom Design & Size
We should use cookware with a flat bottom and base diameter should be larger than 12cm and lesser than 20cm.
Cookware shouldn’t be placed outside of the ring zone as shown in image.
Strictly No to Oversize Cookware
If you use any oversize cookware, then product must be working but oversize cookware transfers the heats to product edges and over the time it deformed the product cabinet and switches. So strictly use cookware where base remains within ring zone only.
If your appliance beeps continuously and then stop working, please read below to find the possible causes and solutions.
You may have put unsuitable cookware on the cooking plate, or you may have removed the cookware from the cooking plate during cooking. Ensure the Vessel is made of Steel or Iron or SS cladding base and has a base diameter larger than 12 cm.
You may not have placed the vessel in the center. Place the vessel within the red circle marked on the induction cooker.
If the problem is not solved with the above solutions, please contact us.
You must press the start button within 1minute after you press the power on/off button. If you do not press the start button within 1 minute, the induction cooker switches off and the fan continues to work for 1 minute to cool down the appliance