CrudeDude: GE- The designers and builders of the melted reactors at Fukushima.
orange7012: You for real CrudeDude?
Vikinglord1967: I have one. It is awesome!
rabone1963: you forgot to say how safe they are
Thomas Collingwood: Energy Conservation hard to answer question. Our electricity is generated
primarily using natural gas. Generally speaking, would I be using less gas
if I used gas or an electrical induction cook top? Anchorage AK
GE Appliances: David - thanks for the comment! At this time, we do not make an indoor,
built in grill/barbecue. Thanks, Megan from GE
Vnix: ALTERNATING CURRENT?!
musikdoktor: correct me if i'm wrong.. and sorry if my english is not good. during heat
pan stick to the cook top? how hard stick to it? I ask because maybe it is
also a good security option to avoid kid accidents with a pan with oil or
julia petrova: @Mrfordtoyou i kept replaying that :D <3
Tony Luna: "Turn it on HI!" :)
Devin Sikiric: so if you instantly took the pan off and immediately removed all the water
would the pan be hot? or would the molecules go back to normal fast enough
to not burn you?
GE Appliances: @trailkeeper No. Using a magnetic plate between the induction heater and a
non-magnetic pan will not work.
nightboat720: 30 sec. to boil water....nice!
MidnightMarrow: @ruwan591 Put a square plate of metal underneath perhaps?
UniversalExpanse: correct me if im wrong, but i guessed the magnetic field created by the
stove coil induces a eddy current in the pan, since the large area of the
plate will have no resistance to oppose the induced current the pan heats
up. Thats just a guess though ! except my theory fails when i think a eddy
current can be induced in any metal not just ferrous metals
330MillionGods: Why it does not work when utensil is empty or cotains solids such as bread
David Stewart: So in induction cooking, the coal heats the arn. Got it.
arxsyn: I hear that this type of cooking emits radiation. How does this affect
quality of food being heated? There is a hospital ward where nurses are
forbidden to feed microwave heated formula to infants because premature
babies are more likely to die
sintoniza2z: Subtitulos,por favor
Vivek M: in an induction cooker, a coil of copper wire is placed underneath the
cooking pot. An alternating electric current flows through the coil, which
produces an oscillating magnetic field. This field induces anelectric
current in the pot. Current flowing in the metal pot produces resistive
heating which heats the food. Now my question is, when current flows
through the vessel, won't we experience a shock when we touch the
L1J7E: @14Mentalist if you boil a whole pot of water,about 12 mins.
labobo: Now repeat but replace the pan with a laptop or a magnet ;D Fun things will
happen Heart pacemaker, hmmm anyone got one, i want to test something ;)
Josh Kintzer: these are awesome
kght222: @ctoon6 you get cancer from many types of light, that includes radio
frequencies, microwaves, and infrared. both radio waves and light are
electromagnetic waves, do you get the idea? the difference is frequency.
Adamkó Dániel Software: happy braintumor can arrive
bombardier9999: That's awesome. Waiting for water to boil is the worst.
GE Appliances: Induction cooking uses a high-frequency coil, located just below the
cooking surface, that produces a magnetic field that causes the electrons
in the ferrous metal pan to vibrate, which produces heat (Like the friction
when rubbing hands together produces heat to the hands). This is the only
cooking method that directly uses the cookware as part of the cooking
system. Magnetic induction cooking requires the use of cookware made of
Ferrous metals, like iron or steel, to which magnets will stick.
internetzwemmer: Produces more heat then standard ceramic cooking ?
GE Appliances: @hughezee Based on recommendations by NCDRH, an agency of the Federal
Government, we are confident that there is no risk to humans from magnetic
fields produced by the product. Thanks, Megan from GE
spyderkat: Does it create other forms of radiation? Will these stoves make high energy
photons which are dangerous?
ClaudYeung: And turn it on HAAAAAAAA
GE Appliances: @330MillionGods Can you please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with a few more
details so we can help answer your question? Thanks, Megan from GE
hughezee: doent it give you cancer.. like mobile phone waves etc
raynarks: @mickycheese27 Nothing will happen if you wear an iron ring: when you put a
pan on the hob or take it off, there are no sparks, nothing, the panal just
says E or F, depending on what make hob you have. Get one their great; use
it with a stainless steel pressure cooker & you'll sale loads of money on
lecy. These cookers are as controlable as gas: get one!
GE Appliances: @ruwan591 Sorry, unfortunately you can't use the non-magnetic pressure
cooker on the induction stove. Thanks, Megan from GE
Vishva Laksshapathiarachchi: so isn't there anyway I can use a Full Al pot? I have a Pressure cooker
made from fully non magnetic bottom, guessing its Al, is there a way to use
kilvo000: lucky your ring isnt magnetic... that could have been painful.
GE Appliances: FurnaceRepairToronto - Great! Glad to hear this video helped. Thanks,
Michelle with GE
GE Appliances: Hello Josh, you are so right! I love the technology of induction cooking
and think it is a plus for any kitchen. Thanks for your positive comments.
Sheree with GE
GE Appliances: No, induction is not like a microwave. It uses a coil to create an
electromagnetic field of energy, which then passes through the cooktop to
the pan. In order for a pan to work on an induction cooktop, it must have
some iron to connect to the magnetic energy. Thanks, Megan from GE
hughezee: @GEAppliances caution .......... (CNN) -- Radiation from cell phones can
possibly cause cancer, according to the World Health Organization. The
agency now lists mobile phone use in the same "carcinogenic hazard"
category as lead, engine exhaust and chloroform.
Paul Nanjing: Interesting. Starting to make sense, Thanks. Is this
magnetisation-demagnetisation hysteresis or ordinary currents where the
power somehow depends on frequency?
metaspherz: @TheZenPerspective "How long has this technology...been around? Good
question. The first patents for induction cookers are from the early
1900's. Frigidaire, then a division of General Motors, showcased an
induction cooker in the the 1950's on a touring GM showcase in North
America. The induction cooker was shown heating a pot of water with a
newspaper placed between the stove and the pot, to demonstrate the
convenience and safety. This unit, however, was never put into production.
TheCaptainSlappy: I can't wait for the next generation of this stuff, as you could literally
have a range top an inch thick total. I would suggest a rework of the
coil(s), as we are still using Tesla based standards, Rodin's work MIGHT be
something to look into, though a layered fractal based coil system would be
better (and thinner). It doesn't exist....but..hey, that's why you work on
it (like I do).
f47lbx3: Oops, should have done my research. Induction water heaters are here.
GE Appliances: Hi David, You are right! The induction cooktop uses a high-frequency coil,
located just below the cooking surface. This coil produces a magnetic field
that causes the electrons in the ferrous metal pan to vibrate, which
produces heat. A fabulous way to cook! Thanks for contacting us. - Sheree
GE Appliances: Hello Rabone, you are correct the GE induction cooktops are easy to use and
are completely safe. Enjoy! - Sheree with GE
Urist McTubedwarf: so... its kinda like a microwave? but uses the one thing you shouldn't with
a microwave (microwaving metal duh) and uses that to cook stuffs?
GE Appliances: Spyderkat - The GE induction is very safe. The induction cooking uses an
electromagnetic field of energy and a pan with an iron-based core to create
heat. The induction units even have temperature limiters which keep the
units and the cooktop from overheating (such as when a pan would boil dry).
This cooking is very safe and easy to use and does not create any other
forms of radiation. I hope this helps! - Sheree with GE