The induction stove price of four burners induction stoves is considerably higher than that of the smaller ones (with only one or two elements). However, for this you get so much: Four induction elements on which you can cook a lot of food simultaneously, as well as more power (Watt) at some cooking zones. Another advantage is the fact that they have at least one very large element for big cooking vessels, which the smaller induction stoves do not have. One of the models below, the GE PHP900DMBB 30, has one big element of 11 inches (28 cm) (massive 3700 Watt output!) and the LG model one of 10 inches (25.4 cm).
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An important point to remember is the fact that the total power output of these induction stoves with four elements is too much for a normal line with 20 Amperes circuit breaker; they need a line typically installed for electric stoves with circuit breakers of at least 40 Amperes.
Another point to remember is the fact that the maximum output rating of the stove will be exceeded if all the burners are set at the maximum settings simultaneously. Some will have to be used at lower settings.
Finally, note that the LG has a “bridge” between the two elements on the left hand side of the stove. This facility deals with the situation when one uses a cooking vessel which is too long to fit on one element.
All of these four burners induction stoves have to be installed into the appropriate working area in the kitchen to replace the conventional electric stove or gas cooktop.