Frigidaire Induction Ranges
For the most advanced cooking technology, install one of these Frigidaire induction ranges in your kitchen. You will [...]
For the most advanced cooking technology, install one of these Frigidaire induction ranges in your kitchen. You will never cook the same way again.
Unlike traditional ranges and ovens that use radiant heat from a burner or element, an induction range uses magnetic resistance to heat your food. The heat is actually generated in your pot or pan, not on the stove, giving you precise control over the flow of heat to your food. At the same time, it heats the food faster because it is more efficient; an induction range does not need to heat an element and transfer the heat to the pot, the pot itself becomes the heat source. Another benefit is that the chance of burning yourself on the hot stove is reduced.
An induction range works nicely paired with a convection oven. Just as the induction range uses a genius innovation to improve cooking on the stove, the convection oven uses the innovation of circulated air inside the oven. This accelerates cooking, making it take less time to bake and roast your favorite foods, while promising even, consistent results every time.
When it comes to ranges and stoves, Frigidaire has been a leader among appliance brands from the very beginning. The first electric stove, created in 1937, was a Frigidaire. Since that time, Frigidaire has been providing new features and options to the market, remaining a pioneer in the field for generations.
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- Width: 29.88"
- Height: 47.75"
- Depth: 29"
- Fuel Type: Electric
- Installation Type: Freestanding