With the indumic converter, negative information from e-smog from microwave ovens and induction systems such as induction cookers can be neutralised.
Service life: a minimum of 30 years
Microwave and induction
Electromagnetic induction (also known as Faraday induction, or induction for short) is the generation of an electric field when the magnetic flux density changes. This process is being used increasingly in our everyday lives. Whether in the form of microwaves, induction ovens (open microwaves) or other devices. This speeds up the cooking process considerably.
The indumic converter is suitable for all types of induction cookers and microwaves. The indumic converter is installed on the edge of the induction hotplate or on the outside of the microwave oven. The converter must not be cut off or otherwise deformed. Protect from heat above 50° C. The converter is not waterproof (but is splashproof).
An indumic converter regulates Induction stoves up to max 1 square meter with max 1 meter. This means if the stove has a length of 1,5 meter and a width of 0,5 meter , than we have only 0,75 square meters, however if the length exceeds the 1 meter, in such a case you have to apply 2 indumic converters. For private use normally 1 converter is enough. In gastronomy you often need more depending on how many induction stoves are used.