Never overheat again on induction
Induction cookers develop a very intense heat in a very short time. In order to maintain the ideal frying temperature, Demeyere has developed pans with ControlInduc®, a safety system that limits the maximum temperature of the frying pan to 250°C / 485°F on induction cookers.
Until about 220°C / 425°F, a product equipped with ControlInduc heats normally, but above this temperature the power of the inductors is automatically and progressively decreased by the ControlInduc® system until it stabilises between 245°C / 475°F and 250°C / 485°F.
When, for example, one puts cold or raw food in the pan, the cooking surface cools slightly. Recognising this drop in temperature, the ControlInduc® system automatically re-engages the pan with the inductors until the desired temperature is reached.
And if a ControlInduc® pan is left on the induction plate it will not overheat. Induction needs contact with a magnetic surface to create heat. The unique alloy on the base of ControlInduc® pans loses its magnetic properties above 250°C / 485°F meaning it can never overheat.