Cook with Precision and Speed When You Use KitchenAid® Induction Cooktops
Induction cooktops use electromagnetic technology to heat the pan directly while keeping the surface cool. Plus, our Power Boost feature lets you ramp up the heat for short periods of time—so there’s less waiting for water to boil. Need to accommodate specialty cookware? Bridge functions in our induction stove tops allow you to combine elements into larger cooking zones for griddles and wider pans.
Induction Cooktop Colors for Every Kitchen
Choose a cooktop color that matches your kitchen’s aesthetic. KitchenAid® induction cooktops are available in both black and stainless steel to coordinate with any kitchen style. Both black and stainless steel are classic kitchen colors, making it easy to incorporate them into a new or existing lineup of kitchen appliances.
Choosing the Right Cookware
Choose the right size induction cooktop for your kitchen and start planning your next dish. Only use pots and pans made from ferromagnetic material, as these are suitable for induction cooktop stoves, using a magnet to check for compatibility. Enameled steel, cast iron and stainless steel designed for induction cooking are all suitable cookware materials for induction stoves.