A sustainable alternative to gas and electric cooktops

Electromagnetic Energy for Fast, Efficient Cooking. 

While induction cooking itself is not entirely new, Dacor is taking the technology a step further with the Renaissance Induction Range. The luxury kitchen appliance innovator introduces the Renaissance 30” Induction Range, a new product that features induction cooking technology that utilizes electromagnetic energy to stimulate the iron molecules within cookware. Unlike traditional cooking surfaces that heat up and remain hot long after use, the Renaissance Induction Range features a ceramic glass surface that remains cool to the touch.

“The Renaissance Induction Range is a smart addition to the kitchen,” said Steve Joseph, president of Dacor. “Our SenseTech™ Induction Technology automatically detects the presence and size of your cookware to match only the surface area that needs heating, making it a safe and sustainable alternative to gas and electric cooktops.”

The new range utilizes four powerful SimmerSear induction zones to precisely distribute heat. It offers three pre-set heating options to instantly switch between melt, simmer and sear and 11 custom power settings in each zone for precise temperature control.

Beneath the cooktop, the oven features Dacor’s exclusive Four-Part Pure Convection™ System with a convection heating element, baffle, fan and filter. This system reduces cook time, provides precise heat distribution, and eliminates flavor transfer. With its seven rack positions and spacious 4.8 cubic foot interior, the oven can accommodate and perfectly cook two, 20-pound turkeys in just two and a half hours.