This is an induction cooktop that employs a staggering of heat spot levels. It identifies the unused spaces usually found between the pans to fit several pans on the same cooktop for simultaneous cooking.
Choe Jaewan, Yun Byeongchan
It is a common problem that a stove is not able to accommodate the simultaneous placement of multiple pans. This is mostly due to the narrow spacing on a conventional induction stove. The Level Induction Cooktop solves this problem by re-arranging the heat spots in an adapted multi-level approach.
The Level Induction Cooktop is a re-design of the induction stove that improves its efficiency and maintains the authentic function without using an overcomplicated design solution. It can even facilitate customised cooking of several dishes at the same time because each heat spot has its own button for setting the cooking time and heat intensity.