Gaggenau has launched a new flex induction cooktop with integrated ventilation system (400 series).
The company said the 90cm appliance offers unprecedented precise, fast and flexible cooking with low energy consumption paired with an integrated ventilation. By efficiently removing the distraction of having to monitor the air quality, owners are free to focus on cooking and entertaining their guests.
Frameless and flush fitting, the black glass blends seamlessly into the modern kitchen with a distinct design difference: control knobs in black.
The flex induction cooktop’s integrated ventilation system can be set to automatically vent the air whenever in use. Available in air recirculation or air extraction mode, it can determine its own power level based on the vapour detected in the atmosphere and can continue when no longer being used.
Cooking areas can be increased to accommodate large pots and pans up to 30cm in width. The booster function of these cooktops will temporarily raise the power from 3,300W to 3,700W. There is a keep-warm function, and a frying sensor that maintains an even heat, reducing the chance of burning.
The flex induction cooktop with integrated ventilation system is equipped with Home Connect.