The principle of Bora products lies in preventing vapors and, therefore, odors from dispersing in the environment, rising upwards, since they are sucked in directly where they form, i.e. from the hob. Well, today it is no longer utopia, but reality: the Bora principle exploits a transversal current higher than the ascending speed of the cooking vapors, limiting to a minimum the diffusion of odors, which remain, in some cases, persistently in the environment of our kitchen, and more.
Bora extraction systems directly capture the odors and fats released during cooking, trapping them with a special stainless steel filter placed directly on the hob. This suction system, in addition to being decidedly quieter than the traditional cooker hood, is free from the constraints imposed by the latter: no dangerous edges at head height, no annoying steam on the face and fogged glasses and no obstacles in the view of our culinary environment.
Furthermore, Bora hobs offer many advantages in terms of functionality, including:
the automatic start of cooking, which allows us to take advantage of different cooking processes and intensities simultaneously;
the bridge function, with which we can connect, through a control element, a "full" induction hob to two cooking zones;
the child protection, which guarantees maximum safety, also preventing the cooking zone from being switched on accidentally;
the variable heat maintenance function, which we can adjust on three levels with a constant temperature of 42°, 74° and 94°;
the timer function, ensuring greater control over the cooking of various foods thanks to the pre-set automatic switch-off system, complete with an acoustic or visual signal;
the pause function, which allows us to temporarily interrupt the cooking activity if necessary, then resuming it at a later time with the settings originally set;
low maintenance of the hob, as it is very simple to maintain and clean.
Bora offers a wide range of products, in principle autonomous, which allows us to have more choice, thus evaluating the alternative that best suits our needs. Let's see them together below.
THE GLASS CERAMIC COOKTOP WITH INDUCTION
The glass ceramic hob is characterized by flat and round induction coils in copper wire, which generate a magnetic field, which allows heat to be generated on the bottom of the pot, which is also strictly magnetic, for example in steel, cast iron and enamelled iron. This solution greatly limits the risk of burns and allows food to be cooked in a shorter time thanks to the power level.
THE GLASS CERAMIC HOB WITH "FULL" INDUCTION
Unlike the previous hob, the "full" induction hob has square coils wrapped in copper wire thanks to which, with the help of the bridge function, we have the possibility obtain a much larger cooking surface. Otherwise, with the automatic recognition function, only the coil involved is activated, always with the use of a pan compatible with induction. Furthermore, the glass ceramic hob with "full" induction also stands out for its very elegant and avant-garde design.
THE GLASS CERAMIC COOKTOP WITH RADIANT BODIES
The hob with radiant bodies has heating spirals placed under the glass ceramic hob, which means that it is an electric hob. Unlike induction hobs, the radiant bodies do not have automatic pot recognition, which means that the cooking zones that are on, heat up equally without the presence of pots. Certainly, these functional differences mean that the hob with radiant bodies is more convenient on an economic level.
THE GAS HOB
The gas hob is always the most loved by professional chefs, based on the belief that the flame that can be adjusted at any time is the best solution for maintaining a precise temperature to the degree. This type of hob is completely different from the latest generation glass ceramic hobs, both in terms of aesthetics and functionality.
THE TEPPANYAKI HOB
The Tepan, Teppan Yaki or Teppanyaki hob in stainless steel, deriving from the art of Japanese grilling, is characterized by the presence of two separately adjustable cooking zones: on one side it has a Teppanyaki plate integrated into the hob on the which to be able to cook the food directly and on the other, separated from the suction system, we can evaluate, as we like ment, which technology to combine among all the others presented previously.
THE GLASS CERAMIC COOKTOP WITH INDUCTION WOK
The Bora line also offers a glass ceramic cooking top in which a ferromagnetic induction wok is integrated, which fits perfectly into the specially created recess of the hob. This solution proves to be truly unique due to its high energy efficiency.