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Induction Cooktop by Max Burton 6000 Series

Max Burton 6000 Induction Cooktop by Max Burton 6000 Series

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Part Number: 6000
UPC: 769372060004
Weight: 8.0000
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Cooking with an induction cooktop is extremely fast and extremely safe. With the push of a button the temperature changes instantly, just like cooking with gas, but without the open flame.

The cook top stays cool except where it comes in contact with the pan, making this stove safer and keeps the kitchen cooler. Great for use in a busy restaurant kitchen, but may also be used in culinary schools, catered events, buffets, college dorms, assisted living facilities, or in the home.

• • Works only with Cast Iron, Carbon Steel, Magnetic Stainless Steel and other Stainless steel with magnetic properties.

• • Will not work with Aluminum, Glass, 18/8 and 18/10 Stainless as well as Copper cookware.

Max Burton 6000 Features:
•  1800 watts
•  LED display
•  10 power levels
•  Temperature levels from 140 to 450F
•  180 minute timer
•  Cookware detection sensor
•  Overheat sensor
•  ETL listed
•  110 volts

Max Burton 6000 Benefits:
•  Safe for young and old
•  Cooler kitchen
•  Economical

Max Burton 6000 Uses:
•  Buffets
•  Catering
•  Dorms
•  Assisted living housing
•  Home or office
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By Bill on 06/12/2013
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Pros: maintains a low temperature
Cons: I did not know about it 10 years ago.
Recommended: Yes
Makes delicate sauces and browns sausage patties perfectly. Works well with West Bend Kitchen Craft and Luster Ware cookware.
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Just what I wanted
By Josie West on 04/30/2013
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Pros: great for saving heat and energy
Cons: none so far
Recommended: Yes
I have used it daily since I bought it and I am more than pleased with this product
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Love the product and the service is second to none
By Frank on 04/09/2013
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Pros: Much faster and more accurate than any gas stove for delicate and temprature critical foods
Cons: I only wish I had the money to buy 2
Recommended: Yes
This is my second one first one had an accident on trip to Vegas. My wife and I take ours when we go out of town I like my coffee and certain snacks when we travel. Use it at home when I want to cook but my body is not up to standing
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Great for brewing beer.
By Chris on 10/15/2012
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Pros: Great deal, works good
Cons: Not always 1800W, but I work it very hard
Recommended: Yes
I bought 2 of these for brewing 5gal and 10gal batches of beer ~2 years ago. Toolup was out of the normal ones, so they gave me stainless ones at the same price! (Way to go Toolup!)

After 15 batches of beer, these units still work great. Both sit back to back under one 15gal stainless pot. I use wood blocks to take some of the 90 or 135lbs of weight off. These cooktops are low cost because they use inexpensive igbt's in a clever self resonating circuit instead of mosfets like the $1000 ikea 4 burner cooktop. The benefit is low cost, the main drawback is the self resonance results in an audible squeal when you use them, especially above power setting 5 (1200W). (The other big disadvantage is you can't isolate the circuitry from line power, which is why this thing is made out of plastic and doesn't let you touch anything metal inside. This doesn't matter unless you take things apart and do some electronic 'enhancements.')

Brewing beer is about as demanding as it gets, and they hold up fairly well. I beat on these units hard, multiple hours at 1200W power. You will not get 1800W of power out of these units for anything but a short time, but 1200 or even 1400W is sustainable. I use a Kill-a-watt to measure input power, and you can see the power drop as time goes by on the max setting. I think you are limited to the amount of heat you can remove from the unit, so if you can help it get more air that may help. This is a good thing, you want a device to cut power back before it destroys itself.

This unit is a great first induction cooktop. The audible squeal is significant, so if you're sensitive to that kind of thing, it may be an issue. The only other cooktop I consider worth buying is Ikea's 4 burner cooktop for $1k, but it's 220V and in a completely different class.

Once you get used to the power and safety of induction, you won't want anything else...
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By Ronald Thompson on 08/28/2012
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Pros: Fast, Easy
Cons: Controls inaccurate
Recommended: Yes
I enjoy using the cooktop.......but only after learning to compensate for the controls. Water doesnt boil at 150F at my elevation above sea level.
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