Efficient and safe
Heat is generated where it is needed.
When cooking with induction, heat is generated only where it is needed: in the bottom of the pan. Cooking with induction is particularly efficient, as no heat is lost. And it is particularly safe as the ceramic glass remains comparatively cool.
Pan size recognition
Best possible use of energy
With induction hobs, the size of the pan is detected by the cooking zone, and energy is only used on this area. This ensures the most efficient use of energy.
Keep warm function
So that you can devote your time to other things
With this function you can keep dishes warm in an ideal way, independent of the amount. By intelligently monitoring the temperature in the base of the pan, food is kept at serving temperature without burning. So you can concentrate on creating the rest of the menu.
Saves not just energy
This Miele automatic setting turns down the heat from its initial power (for fast heating up) to a lower temperature (for further cooking). This way you won't forget to turn down the heat in time, and food will not burn. It also saves energy.
However you need it
Basic hob settings can be easily adapted to individual needs. For example, the response speed of the sensors can be changed.
Flexible cooking zones
Practical for everyday use
Miele hobs offer cooking zones and burners in different shapes and sizes. This allows you to use pans of every shape and size on the hob. Many hobs offer additional large extended zones.
Makes cooking easier
The hob timer helps to make everyday life in the kitchen more relaxed. For example, depending on model, you can set the duration for your cooking zones separately so that they switch off automatically or you can use the minute minder independently of the hob functions.
Easy-to-clean ceramic glass
A real relief
Ceramic glass is very easy to clean. Splatters and other types of soiling are easy to remove thanks to the smooth surface. It is particularly easy with induction hobs as the surface remains relatively cool and hardly anything can burn onto it.
Turns off if no cookware is in place
With induction hobs, if a pan is not placed on the switched-on cooking zone or the pan is not suitable, the energy flow is interrupted or not started at all.
Residual heat indicator
Miele hobs have a residual heat indicator for every cooking zone. It reminds you not to touch a hot cooking zone or to place any heat-sensitive items on it. Also, it enables you to use the residual heat in order to save energy.
Peace of mind
A maximum operating duration is defined for each power stage. If a cooking zone is operated for an unusually long time at the same power level, it switches off automatically.
Safety and system lock
Safety for all
The safety lock function prevents inadvertent changes to the chosen power levels during cooking. The system lock protects from accidental or unauthorised switching on, by children, for example. This function can be activated on a hob that is switched off.
Overheating protection and fault monitoring
To ensure the appliance has a long service life
Every cooking zone is equipped with overheating protection. This automatically switches off the heating element of the cooking zone in case of extreme use before the ceramic glass or other components can overheat. If liquid or another item gets onto the surface by mistake, the hob automatically switches off as well. So you are always protected from unintentional power adjustment.span style="colour: white; background: white;>Miele-Induction-Hob