1) What is the cut out size for the TI-1B?
    The dimensions for the cutout are 11 ⅜" x 13¾".
        For the cutout dimensions of other models from True Induction, see our cutout size chart here.
*We always recommend having the unit on hand before making any cutouts; side ventilation is important for thicker counters, and the would requires a different cut.

2) I cook on an electric stove. Will I save money on the electric bill, by using an induction portable or countertop stove?
Absolutely! In addition to being 3x more efficient than conventional electric ranges, the induction cooktops also emit less heat saving an additional 10% on AC cost and making the portable stoves a great options for cooking in small spaces.

3) How do you install True Induction Cooktops? Are they wired into the system or plugged in?
These cooktops plug into a regular kitchen receptacle. "Built-in" models feature an all-steel bottom US858 rated for built-in and can also be used as a countertop unit with provided rubber feet.

4) What size of cookware should be used with this unit?
The optimal cookware is good quality induction cookware with a diameter of 6 to 10 inches. Our larger burners are designed for even heating for every day cooking.

5) Can these cooktops be used in RVs?
Yes. The True Induction cooktops are the number one choice for new RV installation with an 85% market share. UL listed (858) for built-in installation.

6) How does the power sharing feature work?
The maximum power of an individual burner level is at setting 10. But when operating both burners, their combined total is 14 meaning that when operating the two burners at the same time they will self adjust levels accordingly. When you increase power of one side the power output of the other side will reduce automatically. Moreover if one side of the double burner is using the HEAT setting and the other side uses the TEMP setting the maximum heat setting is 9.

7) Do you need special pans/pots for these cooktops?
Induction requires pots and pans that are made of ferrous (meaning magnetic) materials. Induction cooking is very popular and most pan manufacturers have an induction line of cookware.

8) Are True Induction Cooktops certified?
Yes. True Induction cooktops are UL 858 listed, ETL and FCC certified. UL 858 requires an all metal bottom and has a higher standard for internal components. Even though internal components are better protected under-counter models benefit from this standard.

9) What is the temperature range of True Induction Cooktops?
The temperature range is 150°F - 450°F and it is great for long-term cooking such as soups, stews, and sauces.

10) Does the cooktop surface get hot?
The cooktop surface is not heated by the stone but after cooking with a hot pot on it the heat from the pot will warm the surface.

11) How to protect the cooktop from spots and scratches?
We offer non-slip rubber cooking mats which are specifically designed to keep the cooktop surface scratchless and avoids scratches on the surface while holding your cookware in place. These mats also withstand heat up to 450° and are designed for easy cleaning.
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