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Earlston cheap induction cooker customized for restaurant

Earlston cheap induction cooker customized for restaurant

Earlston cheap induction cooker customized for restaurant

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Press button control, Led display
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Plastic housing, ceramic glass top plate Over heat/Voltage/Current Protection 1-10 Power levels
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The produced by has a wide range of applications. has an excellent team consisting of talents in R&D, production and management. We could provide practical solutions according to actual needs of different customers.
Company Advantages
1. Earlston touch induction cooker has to go through various kinds of tests. The test has been conducted to ensure each product is STC or sound transmission class.
2. The product helps reduce electronic waste (e-waste) globally. Most of its components and parts are recyclable and reusable for many times.
3. The product is nearly free of porosity. Fired at a high temperature above 1260°C, its body will vitrify, hence the surface will be nonabsorbent.
4. The product can effectively ease the pain of the heel caused by long walking and standing for it offers decompression.
5. This product is widely used on account of its obvious advantage that saving people from work that is full of dullness and monotony.

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Commercial induction cooker

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Rated Power


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Press button

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EARLSTON offers wide range of high quality commercial kitchen catering equipment especially for the hotel and restaurant kitchen.

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Commercial Restaurant/Hotel wok induction cooker.

Professional kitchen cooking equpment!  3500W

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High quality ceramic glass top plate

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Copper coil double layer heater


Cooking equipment is the cornerstone of every commercial kitchen.

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    Five-Stage Cooking Regulation
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    24CM Large Coil
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    3500W High Power
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    Concave Black Crystal Panel
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    4D Waterproof Design
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    Double Heat Dissipation System


Our company has its own invention patent and won the title of famous Chinese brand and famous Chinese products.

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1. Guangdong Shunde Yipai Catering Equipment Co., Ltd has built up long-term cooperation with many large cheap induction cooker factories.
2. Our factory has established an effective quality management system, including monitoring during the manufacturing process and regular inspection at the end of the production. This system enables our factory to provide qualified products.
3. Guangdong Shunde Yipai Catering Equipment Co., Ltd intends to make a renowned brand with high efficiency, higher quality and superb support. Inquire! Guangdong Shunde Yipai Catering Equipment Co., Ltd strives to function as domestic and global production and R &D foundation of countertop induction cooktop . Inquire!
Best quality. Flexible on two different sizes.
Good quality, easy to use
I live alone and only bought the small size. I just made my oxtail argue in 40 minutes. Easy to use and so easy to clean--no sticking. And unlike slow cookers and cheaper pressure cookers the flavors stay distinct.
I got the silver one and it is beautiful, stainless steel both inside and out. It is easy to use and easy to clean. I used it for the first time tonight with great results. My 4.5L model is ideal for one or two people and OK for up to four, maybe six depending on side dishes.. I put five chicken hindquarters in and it was maxed out; four would be more comfortable. It would be difficult to burn or scorch anything unless you lost control at the beginning while browning something. Jim Update January 29, 2017 This cooker is great for potatoes. Jim
I purchased the set of Cuisinart Multiclad 3 years ago and have been pleased with its quality performance for even cooking. Read multiple reviews before buying. This product rivals AllClad (top of the line) for only a fraction of the price. Professional cooks have raved about it. Bought the 12 quart stockpot as the 8 qt. dutch oven that came with my starter set was not quite big enough for large quantities of soup/stews. Would recommend this product to anyone. Big bang for the buck!
I use this pan to sear various types of fish and it works great. This pan does not have hot spots so it cooks evenly and, so far, it takes the extra heat just fine.
I bought this for my daughter who is a missionary in Haiti. They do not have enough electricity there for her to have a crock pot. She puts in long hours in a deaf school that she started. She loves it. Now she can put their dinner on and come home after a long ,hot day to supper that is cooked perfectly for her. She loves it.
I've have used this a couple of times...and I'm sure it will get more use in the winter. I live off grid so having a non electric slow cooker option is great. It comes with a cookbook but it is all Japanese food which is not to my taste, but some very interesting recipes in there to just look over. I do wish this came with a clamp on lid to secure the lid and make the seal even more air tight or if it would screw on. This would make the heat insulation greater but also make it more secure from spillage when traveling, but evenso I'm very happy with it. I do think the price is a bit much however.
Amazing product. cannot figure out how it keeps hot inside, but works perfectly without worrying overflow. Very handy
This is an excellent product and cooks my whole oat organic grains (groats) to perfection overnight. We also going to try it out on other recipes and meals but for now it is doing a great job in cooking my breakfast in a wholesome way.
Delicious meals :)
I used this to cook soup for my husband, and it worked great. Then I tried it on things that really needed slow cooking but do the job. It worked marvelously. I am looking forward to using more of it.
It works great as it said. It still little warm about 12 hours. I hope it will keep warm longer. It is good enough
It works perfect. Love it. I already purchased a bigger one. Save a lot of times and electric bill.
Exactly what I have been looking for
I love this set! Nice thick metal (not flimsy and cheap like some other models). It was easy to close the top and lock it in place. There are 3 different "rings" that pop up to indicate the level of the pressure, allowing ease of viewing and knowing when the food is cooked. As soon as I see the 3rd ring, I know my potatoes are cooked and ready for mashing. This is a high quality set.
super easy to use and it cook the ribs perfectly~ my family get excited when they see me pull out this cooker!
Always perfect easy to use and well constructed
Seals good and works like it should
Just great Just like home!
Its perpect^^
Perfect Pressure Cookers ever, We had Fissler one before but this one shows better result in my opinion. I bought these for my mum's present when i was leaving in the UK. Thought i'll buy presure cookers straight from Germany but decided to buy them in Amazon as I have to go back to Korea. My mum loves the cookers and there's a minus point because of the size, 6-1/2 liter is a bit big for her usual cooking so she wished i bought 4-1/2 liter teambed with this 3-liter. But as for the products they are really high-quality. I extracted one star off because the delivery took 1 month and 1 week and i almost thought of canceling the order as it was really annoying. They didn't let me know the procedure properly before they dispatch the items and they dispatched the items 8 days later after i placed the order.
Purchased this pan separately from the complete set - both in March 2013. By August, my 12-inch pan no longer would sit level on my glass cooktop stove. I am very careful with my pans - and never put a hot pan in cold water. But somehow, the pan warped and continued to get worse with time. I called Cuisinart and if I pay the shipping to NJ from CA, they will evaluate the pan and ship me a replacement - I hope. Unlike someone else who evaluated this, I do not have to include a $7 check as I live in CA. (I guess there are some perks....) I love the pan - but because of my glass cooktop, I can no longer even get it to heat properly. So sorry this happened. Don't know if this is a Cuisinart design flaw, but their customer service was VERY nice.
Works great with new induction cooktop.
This is a great little pan--just the right size for grilling a single sandwich also very heavy/durable. My first multiclad adn I love it. Cleans up better with Barkeepers Friend than in the dishwasher so I tend to wash by hand.
This skillet is still relatively new, so I can't comment on durability. Out of the box, it was larger than I imagined. A lid would have been nice but I believe you have to order the set to get one included with skillet.
Works great for a small steamer
Highly recommend this item. Gave as gift and was very well received. Used on first day with great results. Recommended.
This is a great non-stick pan for cooking. I like that it can go in the dishwasher, though sometimes I hand wash it anyway. If any food residue sticks, I either deglaze the pan while cooking (always adds extra awesome flavor to your meal), or let it soak overnight. We use this pan several times a week and I love it.
So far it has been great cook with, specially Paella I recommend this item
We enjoy using this pan; it is heavy, well-constructed. However, if you cook it too high, it causes items to stick and can damage the stainless steel interior. We had to replace a pan that lost its "non-stick" capability. We also found that it is best to stick with olive or Canola oil as a thin coating in these pans. We used Land O Lakes Saute Express and it caused a huge mess where the lamb chops stuck to the pan. This is I believe the fault of the Saute Express and not the Cuisinart pan itself. Due to the fact that we had to replace our pan, I'm taking away a star. If you're careful in not over-heating the pan, it should last a long time.
I really love the stock pot and I will tell all my friends about it. I am really happy with the 8qt stainless steel stock pot.
Nice non stick surface but doesn’t heat evenly on an electric range.
Well made and has large non stick area for eggs bacon pancakes etc. Cleans well in dishwasher but does take up a lot of room.
If you know how to keep them clean, they are awesome. Now if I only had as good a stove top. :(
Got it to add to my set. Works great.
I've only used it a few times but so far its fantastic. We'll see how it does after a year though.
When I replaced all of my non-stick cookware last year, I wasn't sure I needed a stock pot. I use my slow cooker to make stock, and I ended up ordering a 5.5 qt Cuisinart Chef's Classic soup pot to take care of other things like making soup, boiling potatoes, etc. Pretty quickly, I kicked myself for buying the soup pot because the encapsulated base takes forever to heat, and the capacity was just slightly too small for most of the cooking I do with it. I finally broke down and ordered this a couple of weeks ago after eyeing it for months. I debated between the 8 and 12 qt sizes and decided to go with the smaller size. For our family of four, 6-7 quarts of anything is about the most I make at one time. I used to use my 6-qt non-stick stock pot pretty frequently, and I've found that the 5.5 qt soup pot is just slightly too small. Also, I just don't have the storage space for a 12-qt pot. I have been soooo impressed with the 1.5 qt saucepan I bought from the Multiclad Pro line that I was super excited to use this. Just like the saucepan, this stock pot heats up very quickly and evenly. The base is the perfect size for the largest burner on my stove, so I can use the rest of the stovetop to make other things at the same time. The first time I used it, I boiled corn on the cob. Just for comparison, the Chef's Classic soup pot routinely takes 45+ minutes for water to boil (with the lid on). This pot boiled in about 10 minutes. What a huge time savings!!! Yesterday I made a pot of applesauce. This pan easily held 16 large apples (next time I'm going to try 20+), and on a low setting on my stove, they cooked down in about an hour and a half and didn't stick to the pan at all. The only thing I haven't liked so far is that I put the pan in the dishwasher and it came out a little spotty on the inside bottom surface. I usually don't put pans in the dishwasher, so it's not a big deal, but occasionally I do throw the stainless in if the dishwasher needs to be run but isn't super full. My saucepan in the same line has gone through the dishwasher a dozen times and comes through perfectly every time, so not sure why this one is different. Also, be aware that the lid on this pan isn't glass; it's stainless steel. If you like to see what's going on in the pan without lifting the lid, then Calphalon makes a similar pot with a glass lid. Personally, I'm a lid-lifter, so I don't care. :) I am so glad I finally ordered this pan and so glad I got the smaller size. This is a perfect addition to my kitchen and will get lots of use as we head into applesauce and soup season. If I were to buy a matching set of cookware (wish I had known this a year ago...), I would buy everything in the Multiclad Pro line. It's that good. And, even though $100 is a lot to pay for one pot, for our family, that's only 2-3 meals in a restaurant, so as far as I'm concerned, it pays for itself pretty quickly.
I've written several reviews over the years about the Cuisinart Multiclad Pro line, calling them the equal or superior to their Calphalon and/or All-Clad counterparts. This pan continues the tradtion, and in fact its lead has grown in my view. I bought the Calphalon Tri-Ply 10" pan a few weeks before this one; I was disappointed at how cheap-feeling they have become -- the aluminum middle layer looks to be barely 1-1.5 mm thinck, and the pan weighs just 842g (29.7 oz) -- although it performs reasonably well. I needed a 2nd 10" pan, as I'm eliminating non-stick entirely from my cookware collection, so I ordered this one from Amazon. The Cuisinart pan looks gorgeous, and feels as hefty as I would expect. It weighed in at 1,116g (39.37 oz), 33% heavier than the Calphalon! The aluminum layer looks to be more than twice as thick (looking at the outer edge, and the pan performs exactly as its Multiclad Pro siblings in my collection do -- perfectly. As with other pans in this line, including saucepans, the pouring lip is a welcome improvement over, say, the All-Clad pans with no lip. The handle is also easier on the hands when lifting the pan overhand (which I do because it's more natural for me, although it uses tennis-player muscles that a lot of people don't have). Overall, a great pan at a terrific price. I see no reason whatsoever to spend all that extra money for the "big brands". FYI, I've generall had no issues with quality control for these MCP pans. The one time I received one (a 6qt saucepan) with a bowed bottom, such that it wouldn't sit flat on a flat surface, it was promptly replaced, no questions asked.
I'll admit I was skeptical of this product before ordering it. I've had more than my fair share of disappointing cookware purchases recently (I'm looking at you C****n... =.= ), so I've learned to take any reviews gushing over a product with a grain or two of salt. Anyway, with much trepidation, I ordered the pan and waited for it to arrive. Let me tell you, this is a very nice pan! Its heavy, but not in a bad way. Its a sturdy, in-it-for-the-long-haul kinda heavy. I haven't had any issues with warping, and don't expect to. The pan looks shallow in the pictures, but it does actually hold 5.5 qts of liquids which is nice for saucier dishes. And clean up is soooooo easy too. I made fajitas in it the other night, and once the pan had cooled on its own, the charred bits came right off with a little soap and a sponge. I'm in love! So much so, I ordered a second one. I think the thing I love the most about this pan is I don't have to worry about all those non-stick chemicals leaching into our food. Try the pan, you'll love it!
My husband does the cooking in the family and he wanted one of these really badly. We have an induction cooktop that has burners that fit this pan almost perfectly. I was a doubter, but now that we have it we literally use it for everything. We don't even put it away anymore. It is a permanent fixture on our cooktop
I have a set of Calphalon and All-Clad pots and pans that were given to me as part of a wedding present set. We have owned that set for over 10 years now. However, the one thing that set didn't come with was a small frying pan. When I finally decided to add the small pan to the collection, I was stunned as to how expensive it was! Considering how much a complete set of pots and pans cost, I couldn't understand how a single add-on pan could be so expensive. I guess that is how they get you to spend all that $$. Anyway, I was looking for an alternative pan that cost less. I found the Cuisinart pan and saw that it had good reviews. It was also fairly inexpensive, compared to the All-Clad pan. I have now been cooking with it for about two weeks, and I love it! I find very little difference cooking with it compared to my other pans. It heats quickly and evenly and cleans up great. My daycare provider accidentally over-cooked oil in the pan and it turned all brown and hard. I sprayed some oven cleaner on it and sat it in the sun for about 20 minutes, and the pan looks like new. The only area I find a very, very slight difference is at high temperatures. It doesn't seem to handle them quite as well--maybe it is that it ends up getting too hot compared to the All-Clad set, but it is probably because I am just so used to the other set. I figure that is more an adjustment that I need to make, so the pan itself still gets 5 stars. I would gladly buy a complete set of Cuisinart pans and I will have no problem filling in other pieces with Cuisinart. I highly recommend this pan!
Moving towards all stainless except that I'll keep one non-stick fry pan for eggs... This is a great pan. I've made some home fries and was impressed they didn't stick at all with the use of a bit of coconut oil. I've also used it for making a Reuben and it was nice and even browning. I use an lp gas stove. If I get good enough maybe I can do away with the non-stick entirely. I'll be looking for deals on sets this holiday season.
Nice griddle! Only used it once so far but I like it. Heat distribution seems good and the Teflon surface is very smooth. Only gave it a 4 on durability because I haven’t used it enough to say. Will update if I find out it’s not so good. Says Cuisinart but made in China like everything else. Saw reports that handles get hot but mine didn’t during at least a 30 minute use at medium heat. Would recommend.
I have been replacing older cookware and wanted to try some good Stainless Steel pans. This skillet is wonderful! It is thick and perfect for frying sausage or an egg. The handle stays cool the entire time. I highly recommend the MultiClad Pro line.
It's a pot, so what can you say. But it's very well made and works, well, like a pot should work.
This steamer has worked out great with my cuisinart set. It seems to be good quality. Looks good and fits both my 1 1/2 qt and 3 qt size pots.
spent a lot of money for this and it is a disappointment - it stained after first use
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