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Induction Ovens

Bring your kitchen into the 21st century with an induction range! Shop P.C. Richard & Son now for an amazing selection of ranges featuring induction cooktops to provide fast cooking with no radiant heat.

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What is Induction Cooking?

Induction cooking is incredibly efficient, remarkably safe, and it may be the perfect addition to your kitchen!

Find an Induction Stove Today!

Looking to take your kitchen into the 21st century? P.C. Richard & Son has a great selection of ovens with induction cooktops! Induction directly heats cookware instead of the cooktop itself, making this method of cooking as quick and efficient as it is fascinating. Whether you're looking for a freestanding or slide-in induction range, look no further than P.C. Richard & Son!

How Does an Induction Range Work?

When you place an induction-ready pot or pan on an induction cooktop and turn it on, a magnetic field begins to pull the electrons inside the cookware into a single direction. The electrons do their best to resist this new formation, which creates friction, which heats the pan. This method results in the cookware surface being the only source of heat; the cooktop itself stays cool, and heat doesn't have as much of a chance to dissipate, which makes induction cooking extremely efficient. Please note that an induction stove requires specific cookware, like cast iron or certain varieties of stainless steel. The best way to know if your pot or pan can be used for induction cooking is the "magnet test" – if a magnet sticks to the bottom of the cookware, that means it'll work with an induction cooktop.

If you want to bring this innovative cooking method to your kitchen, shop P.C. Richard & Son and find the perfect induction stove today!

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