Product Description

IH Sand Casserole kitchenware series is SOA Ceramics’ IH*-Dura Ceram category in which it the basic series which Induction Heating (IH) compatibility.  It is a type of high-quality kitchenware products. On top of the unique characteristics derived from the Sand Casserole series, IH-Nabe is a specific product that equipped with compatibility to Induction Heating (IH)*.


With design and technology being born in Japan, IH-Nabe Pot series also utilize high-quality material from Japan as the commitment of manufacturer towards food safety and user health as their upmost importance.


Stringent test standards and procedures are always conducted before product can be launched into the market.


Any harmful substance towards human or environment is strictly prohibited in the process of making the product, therefore the user can prepare a meal without worry.


Fireproof high-quality kitchenware for cooking purposes and heat can be better conserved to reduce energy for a re-heating purpose.


Treated product surface to ensure food stain after usage can be easily washed off.


Better food taste with high-quality Japanese material, best used for soup and similar cooking.


 


*What is Induction Heating (IH)?


Induction Heating (IH) is a type of cooking method by using induction cookers that cooks food by using electromagnets to heat the pots. Traditionally, heat is being applied to the body of the pot, e.g. by fire from the gas stove. This way, the cooker is more energy-efficient, as no heat is lost between the cooking surface and the pot, providing fast response time and temperature control. As an added benefit, because these cookers do not get hot, they reduce the risk of kitchen burns. In the past, induction cooker only work with ferromagnetic material and not with aluminum or ceramic cooking vessels. With SOA’s technology, IH-Nabe kitchenware series is a type that allow user to cook by using the Induction Heating method.


3.5 Litre

Gas stove safe

IH cooker compatible

Oven/micro-oven safe

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