Galley, laundry and pantry equipment for ships


Daewoo Shipbuilding develops technology for storing carbon dioxide from ship engines

Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering Co. (DSME) and local ship part supplier, HI AIR Korea Co., have developed a storage technology for carbon dioxide emitted by ship engines. The technology will help ships comply with environmental regulations...

BAE Shipyard Wins UK Nuclear Submarine Contract

By Charlotte Ryan (Bloomberg) Britain awarded BAE Systems and Rolls-Royce Holdings 85 million pounds ($117 million) each to work on a new generation of nuclear submarines, a day after announcing a deal to supply such vessels to Australia. The U.K....

Austria’s AVL ties up with Hyundai shipyard to develop fuel cell for ships

AVL, an Austrian engineering company that provides solutions and methodologies to shape future mobility trends, tied up with South Korea’s Hyundai shipbuilding group to develop hydrogen fuel cells for ships by 2025. The partnership comes amid an active...

Container ship orders hits record amid soaring shipping fees

The total volume of new orders for container ships carrying freight has reached a record level ever in history this year. This comes as shipping companies are aggressively placing orders for new container ships as the fee for oceangoing freight hit an...


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Induction is like any other form of cooking, it uses heat. Therefore the results of induction heating have the same effect on food. The induction cooktop creates an electro-magnetic field that causes the metal of the pan itself to get hot.

Safety & Cleanliness

An induction burner turned on to full heat is still cool to the touch. As it heats metal, cookware will become hot, but the burner itself creates no heat. This makes induction much safer than traditional ranges. COCINAS BURAGLIA induction ranges have automatic detectors that shut off the burner when there is no pan present (electronic pot recognition), when the pan is empty (overheating protection), or when foreign objects fall onto the surface of the range indicator.