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Burners for electric cookers

The electric stove is the main assistant in our kitchen. Probably, each of you at least once in your life was in a situation when during a severe thunderstorm, you turned off the electricity. It's good if a cable break or other fault on the line is eliminated after 30 minutes, but if it took several hours, you are detached from your everyday life. Fortunately, such situations in today's time are infrequent, so the title of "main" is fully justified. We want to eat always, and without an electric stove we can not live a day. Although at present, numerous manufacturers offer a variety of foods that do not require cooking.

The electric stove was first invented in 1883 by the Canadian inventor Thomas Ahern. The first attempt was unsuccessful, but later in 1892 he demonstrated how to use it to create stunning dishes. But the inventor no longer began to improve his device. This initiative was picked up by Emil Rathenau - the founder of AEG. He was able to bring the electric stove to perfection.

The main element of electric cookers are burners. Cookers for electric cooks are cast iron, which are made of cast iron and glass-ceramic - from glass ceramics.

Cast iron burners are most common, because they have been used for the last decades. Their feature is that, towering over the stove, they can contribute to accidental overturning of dishes, and also create difficulties in cleaning. In addition, they slowly heat themselves and, accordingly, slowly heat up the dishes. At the same time, speaking about energy consumption, we can not say that such hotplates are economical. The advantage is that they can install absolutely any utensils from any material with defects on the bottom. As for the cost, the price for them "does not bite."

Glass ceramic hobs relate to modern options. In such burners, the heating element, which is located under them, transfers the heat strictly vertically, therefore during cooking, only the burner is heated, and not the entire surface of the plate. These hotplates are heated instantly and quickly cool. Glass-ceramic surfaces are very strong, resistant to various impacts. On such burners it is equally convenient to cook both in a pan, in glassware of heat-resistant glass.

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