To understand induction cookware, you must first grasp the concept of induction cooking. Induction cooking uses the process of induction heating to warm up a cooking vessel directly, instead of regular stoves that utilize the transfer of heat by way of electrical coils or gas. In order to use a particular cooking vessel on an induction cooktop, you must first ensure that the vessel is made from ferromagnetic metal. If it’s not made of this material, then you need to purchase a special interface disk that will allow you to use non-induction cookware on your induction stove.
When it comes to induction cooking, there are limits to the type of cookware you can use. Not all materials of cookware are safe for an induction surface, and if you use the wrong kind, you can severely damage the cookware – and possibly even your induction cooker. Look for induction cookware that is magnetic with a flat bottom. Aluminum and copper are no-no’s because the material is not magnetic, but fully clad cookware such as stainless steel is perfect because it’s magnetic. Cast iron cookware is safe to use on induction cooktops as well.
This cookware set speaks for it self, the way that Duxtop designed it is phenomenal. It has 3 layers and in between each layer it has a layer of Aluminum, magnetic stainless steel to be specific..