Ceramic hob, induction or kitchen robot: which consumes less light?


with the current electricity and gas prices, any small gesture that years ago we did not take into account, now allows us save a few euros. Among the appliances that cost the most in the electric bill each month there are the dryer, the dishwasher or the refrigerator, some because they consume a lot of energy when they are used and others because they spend all day on. But also cooking appliances, since we use them on a daily basis, have a great impact.

According to Red Eléctrica Española, the oven and the kitchen represent, on average, 7% of all electricity consumption in a Spanish home. For this reason, there are more and more people who are wondering if it is better to opt for the speed of a kitchen robot, for the ceramic hob or for the induction hobs.

To know the exact consumption of each of the devices, we have to go to the energy label or documentation to prove it. But in general, we can say that kitchen robots consume less energy than ceramic hobs and induction hobs. That is, they have less impact on the bill.

Robots spend less and have a great advantage

For example, the Thermomix TM6 consumes 1500 watts at maximum power, and the Monsieur Cuisine de Lidl, 1200W. Meanwhile, the plates ceramic and induction hobs consume on average about 2200Wtaking as reference a medium-sized fire.

In addition, the great advantage of kitchen robots in this sense is that they allow you to prepare two, three and even four dishes at the same time, according to the model. It is known as tiered kitchen and allows, for example, to prepare a dish with the main glass, use the steam to cook fish or chicken and the basket to cook some potatoes or rice, for example. The options are multiple. However, in the ceramic hob or induction we should light several fires to get all these dishes.

On the contrary, we must bear in mind that the kitchen robots medium and high range usually have a high cost. Therefore, we must evaluate your purchase if our only goal is to save money. The normal thing is that it does not compensate, but if we have it at home because it is more comfortable for us to prepare food on a daily basis, we will be able to save on the electricity bill.

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Differences between ceramic hobs and induction hobs

The main difference between these systems is the energy efficiency. “The cThe real consumption of an induction hob is between 80 and 90%, while glass ceramics is around 50%”, according to data from Frigicoll. In the case of induction hobs, this performance depends on the size of the container and its material.

Therefore, “the induction hob consumes 30 or 40% less than ceramic hobs”, according to the same source, a fact that is reflected in the electricity bill. As an advantage of the glass ceramic we can emphasize that it can be used any pot or pan and they are more cheapalthough in the long run, they are more expensive if we add the consumption of light.

Source: lainformacion.com

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