High-power Stove Cooking Stir-fry Effect

- Aug 20, 2018-

  The good and bad of high-power furnace directly affects the market prospect of high-power furnace. Therefore, our company's high-power furnace has been helping home users and hotel chefs to solve the problem of insufficient firepower when cooking. This is a question that many chefs who are new to high-powered stoves often have. Because there is no open flame in the heating process of the high-power furnace, so many people have doubts or even denied whether the high-power furnace can be fired. The temperature of the high-power furnace can rise to 300 degrees in 15 seconds. The temperature rise rate is higher than that of oil furnaces and gas furnaces.

  Although the 15KW single-head frying stove has no open flame during heating, the maximum temperature for heating can reach 800 °C (test data at 20 °C). This temperature even exceeds the temperature of the general flame (generally the temperature range of red flame is 300 °C - 900 °C), whether peanut oil or rapeseed oil will burn at this temperature, so the fire will not be repeated.

  The key factor in whether or not the fire can be fired with or without an open flame is that there is no inevitable connection. That is, the temperature of the object can not reach the ignition point that needs to be burned. Actually. On the contrary, it cannot be burned. The cooking oil is generally peanut oil or rapeseed oil. Peanut oil has a flash point of about 340 °C and burns if the temperature reaches or exceeds the ignition point. Rapeseed oil has a flash point of approximately 355 °C. If the temperature of the pot reaches 340 °C, take peanut oil as an example. During the cooking process. Then the peanut oil will burn, which means it can be fired.