Difficult to make a choice for your new Relay Induction Disc? We wrote this special buying guide Induction Relay Disc to help you, with the TOP10 of the best sales of the moment, tests, opinions… As in all our buying guides, we have done our best to help you choose the best Induction Relay Drive!
Our selection of induction relay discs
Induction relay disc buying guide
How to choose the best induction relay disc?
For worry-free, long-term use, choose your induction relay disc, referring to the handle. Make sure it stays cool, and therefore manageable, throughout its use. Put an end to the uncertainties by choosing a model with a handle covered with a non-heat conductive coating.
Also called adapter disc, the junction point between the handle and it is also to be taken into account in your comparison. It should not protrude beyond the horizontal plane of the relay disc, which will allow you to put dishes with a diameter larger than that of the adapter disc. To protect yourself from disappointments related to this particular concern, you can also choose from the range of relay disks with removable handle. Our test with an adapter disc which is 24cm in diameter confirms that we can very well heat food in a container, with a diameter of 28cm or more. The advantage of a removable handle also lies in the ease of storage and washing.
The material of manufacture of the relay disc
The material of manufacture of the relay disc is also to be included in your selection criteria. Many models from major brands have a stainless steel relay disc. A non-stick material that allows you to heat food directly on the adapter disc. However, it is better to avoid models with a top with a "grooved" texture. Indeed, their aesthetic appearance does not compensate for the chore of cleaning after each use. Best of all, a stainless steel disc is not likely to tarnish or discolor, even with frequent use.
Very often, a stainless steel disc is embellished with an aluminum accumulator layer, which guarantees significant energy savings. On this point, you can also stop your choice on the models whose adapter disc has small supports on its lower surface. These then ensure contact with the induction hob. An arrangement very suitable for induction and which promises you a completely reasonable quality of heating, with the key to a clear reduction in heat loss.
The advantages of an 18 % stainless steel disc
If you are looking for an induction adapter with a diffuser base identical to that of a Dutch oven, opt for a model with a 18 % stainless steel disc. This choice will undoubtedly avoid you especially scratches on the induction cooker or a ceramic hob. You will then be free from the tedious task of cleaning up frustrating traces, to say the least, before reusing your induction device. The practicality of an 18 % stainless steel disc also lies in the fact that unlike an aluminum disc, it cools very quickly after use.
What about an aluminum tray?
Also, to take advantage of fast streaming time, consider switching to a device with an adapter disc made of cast aluminum. The quality of heating meets the requirements, even with kitchen utensils with a slightly thick base. Asian food lovers? You probably have a number of Wok pans in your kitchen. Note that the aluminum tray is best suited for this type of utensils, all hobs including induction. As a bonus, you will enjoy a disconcerting ease of maintenance. Indeed, the aluminum tray goes without worry in the dishwasher. However, when purchasing, remember to refer to the model of your induction hob. If you have the one with the auto standby function, you'd better stick with an adapter with a stainless steel or stainless steel tray. Indeed, the aluminum plate heats up too quickly, to the point of shutting down the induction hob prematurely.
A versatile utensil
An induction relay disc allows you to use your classic saucepans on an induction hob from major brands such as Tefal, Brandt, Dietrich or Electrolux. This very particular small household appliance is indeed suitable for all types of materials, ranging from glass, to copper, including ceramics and ceramic hobs. Your stainless steel coffee maker, your earthenware tagine dish, or your non-induction pressure cooker will not be left out. Thanks to this induction disc, you will not have to store your non-induction pressure cooker in the back of your cupboard. Occasionally, you can also break the routine, by doing without your traditional enamelled steel induction cookware or enamelled cast iron.
To generate significant savings
The use of the relay induction disc can also be motivated by financial reasons. In fact, when changing the hob, you will not have to change your entire set of pots. The adapter disc will then act as a relay between the induction plate and the plates, so that you can continue to use them.
Dernière mise à jour : 2021-01-26 02:31:11