Induction Ceramic Hob with 4 Heating Zones

Code 94722221

Cooktop New Slim Lune Touch 4 EI 90
Domestic use.

Operation: The induction cooktop only heats up when pans with a ferrous bottom (which works as a magnet) are placed upon the marked area. Programming is done through the touch panel, allowing you to choose between 9 temperature levels. The result is faster preparation of recipes and lower power consumption compared to other systems

Safety: The heat generated is transferred directly to the pan, so the entire surface of the cooktop remains at room temperature, preventing burns. The cooktop has a locking system, residual heat indicator, thermal sensor to protect against overheating, and safe auto switch-off.

Aesthetics: The model with four aligned heating areas is more comfortable to use when preparing your recipes and ensures maximum use of the surface.

Certified product according to OCP-0029, UL, Safety, Compulsory, Inmetro.

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Product features

Main Functions and Benefits Ceramic board with beveled edges.
Induction work.
Digital display with touch control.
9 temperture levels.
Timer function.
Booster function.
Control locking sistem.
Automatic safety shutdown.
Thermal sensor to prevent overheating.
Indicator of residual heat by showing the letter "H" on display;
Tension: 220V
Frequency: 50 - 60 Hz.
4 heating zones.
Heating zones power:
2 x Ø 160 mm: 1,40 kW
2 x Ø 200 mm: 2,30 kW
Hole for Instalation (W x D): 875 x 330 mm

Illustrative Images. Tones and finishes may vary from one product to another.
Recommendations for Use Domestic use.

This appliance is for indoor use only. Do not use it for other purposes.
Use only with 220V power sockets.
Never use the glass ceramic surface as a worktop or to support objects;
If there are any cracks on the glass ceramic top, immediately switch the appliance off and disconnect it from the power supply.
People with pacemakers and metallic prosthetics should consult their GP before using the induction cooktop.
Always place the pan in the center of the heat surface.
For the cooktop to function correctly, the bottom of pans used must contain ferromagnetic induction materials, that is, ferrous metal. The most suitable pans are stainless steel or iron ones.
Pans used on induction cooktops must have a flat bottom so they can be in contact with the whole heating area.
Use a magnet to verify whether the pan is adequate for induction cooktop use or not. If the magnet is attracted to the base of the pan, it means it can be used on this type of appliance.
Pans that should not be used: clay, glass, aluminum, ceramic, copper, and other non-magnetic materials.
Always wait for the glass ceramic surface to cool before cleaning. However, if plastic objects, aluminum sheets, and foods containing sugar come into contact with the heated glass ceramic surface, you must remove these residues while the surface is still hot, using a soft sponge dampened with water.
After the glass ceramic surface has cooled, it might be difficult to remove these melted residues (sugar, plastic, or aluminum foil).
For a perfect cleaning operation, use Tramontina's cleaning paste to polish and remove stains in ceramic surfaces.
Certification Certified product according to OCP-0029, UL, Safety, Compulsory, Inmetro.
Weight 9,74 kg