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The Teka IZ 6315 stove is a zone induction hob with a glass top surface. It features a total of three cooking zones, all of which are electric and none of which are gas. The simmer cooking zone is rectangular in shape and has a power output of 1500 W. It has a diameter of 145 millimeters. The regular cooking zone is also rectangular in shape and has a power output of 2100 W. It has a diameter of 180 millimeters. The large cooking zone is again rectangular in shape and has a power output of 2500 W. The Teka IZ 6315 stove is a sleek and modern appliance that offers efficient and precise cooking capabilities. The zone induction hob provides instant heat and precise control, allowing for faster cooking times and more even heat distribution. With its glass top surface, the stove not only looks stylish but also makes cleaning easy as spills and splatters can be wiped away effortlessly. The three electric cooking zones cater to different cooking needs, from gentle simmering to regular cooking and even larger pots or pans for bigger meals. The Teka IZ 6315 stove offers reliability and durability, thanks to its high-quality construction and premium materials. Overall, this stove is a practical and versatile option for any kitchen, offering efficient and precise cooking performance while adding a touch of modern elegance.
|Hob type||Zone induction hob|
|Top surface type||Glass|
|Number of cooking zones||3 zone(s)|
|Number of gas cooking zones||0 zone(s)|
|Number of electric cooking zones||3 zone(s)|
|Simmer cooking zone shape||Rectangular|
|Simmer cooking zone diameter||145 mm|
|Regular cooking zone shape||Rectangular|
|Regular cooking zone diameter||180 mm|
|Large cooking zone shape||Rectangular|
|Large cooking zone diameter||180 mm|
|Extra large high-speed cooking zone shape||Rectangular|
|Extra large high-speed cooking zone diameter||280 mm|
|Number of simultaneously used cooking zones||1|
|Cooking zone 2 power source||Electric|
|Cooking zone 1 shape||Round|
|Cooking zone 1 power source||Electric|
|Cooking zone 3 shape||Round|
|Cooking zone 2 diameter||145 mm|
|Cooking zone 2 type||Simmer|
|Cooking zone 1 power||3200 W|
|Cooking zone 1 diameter||210 mm|
|Cooking zone 3 power||3700 W|
|Cooking zone 3 power source||Electric|
|Cooking zone 3 type||Extra large|
|Cooking zone 2 power||1800 W|
|Cooking zone 3 diameter||190 \ 300 mm|
|Cooking zone 1 type||Large|
|Cooking zone 1 position||Left rear|
|Cooking zone 2 position||Left front|
|Cooking zone 2 shape||Round|
|Cooking zone 3 position||Right|
|Simmer cooking zone||1500 W|
|Regular cooking zone||2100 W|
|Large cooking zone||2500 W|
|Extra large high-speed cooking zone||3600 W|
|Control position||Top front|
|Residual heat indicator||Yes|
|Auto power off||Yes|
|Auto-off timer cooks food safely||Yes|
|Cord length||1.1 m|
|Installation compartment width||560 mm|
|Installation compartment depth||490 mm|
|Installation compartment height||50 mm|
|Connected load (electric)||7200 W|
|Connected load (gas)||- W|
|AC input voltage||230 V|
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Nowadays almost all pans are suitable for induction. You can easily test whether your old pans can also be used on induction by holding a magnet against the bottom of the pan. If the magnet stays on the pan, your old pan is suitable for induction.
Most induction hobs can be reset by disconnecting the hob from power by unplugging it from the power outlet. You will then have to wait at least 60 minutes.
A Perilex connection is a special connection that can handle more power than a normal connection. This connection has five holes instead of two and is often used for induction hobs.
No, cooking on induction is not dangerous.
The Teka IZ 6315 has a height of 50 mm.
The Teka IZ 6315 has a width of 600 mm.
The Teka IZ 6315 has a depth of 510 mm.
To set the timer on your Teka IZ 6315 stove, press the "Timer" button, then use the "+" and "-" buttons to adjust the desired time. Press the "Timer" button again to start the countdown.
To activate the child lock feature on your Teka IZ 6315 stove, press and hold the "Lock" button for a few seconds until the indicator light turns on. This feature prevents accidental usage or adjustments by children.
To adjust the power level on your Teka IZ 6315 stove, simply use the "+" and "-" buttons to increase or decrease the power output. The power level determines the intensity of the heat generated by the burners.
To use the booster function on your Teka IZ 6315 stove, first, select the desired burner. Then, press the "Booster" button to activate the boost mode. This temporarily increases the power output for faster heating or boiling.
To clean the glass surface of your Teka IZ 6315 stove, allow it to cool down completely. Then, use a mild glass cleaner or a mixture of warm soapy water to wipe the surface with a soft cloth. Avoid using abrasive materials or cleaners that may damage the glass.
Yes, the Teka IZ 6315 has a glass top surface. This adds a sleek and modern look to the stove.
The Teka IZ 6315 has 3 cooking zones. This provides enough space for multiple pots and pans to be used simultaneously.
No, the Teka IZ 6315 does not have any gas cooking zones. It is a fully electric stove, which may be a disadvantage for those who prefer gas cooking.
The simmer cooking zone in the Teka IZ 6315 has a power output of 1500 W. This is suitable for gentle heating and simmering of dishes.
The extra large high-speed cooking zone in the Teka IZ 6315 has a power output of 3600 W. This means that it can heat up quickly and is ideal for boiling water or stir-frying.
Yes, the manual of the Teka IZ 6315 is available in English .
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