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Max Burton 6500 ProChef 1800-Watt Commercial Induction Cooktop

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  • 1800-watt commercial-quality induction cooktop with 7 power levels
  • Push-button controls and digital display; 170-minute timer
  • 10 temperature settings from 140 to 464 degrees F; overheat sensor; auto shut-off
  • Function lock; cookware detection; for use with induction-compatible cookware
  • Measures 17-2/7 by 12-2/7 by 4-3/4 inches
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 17.3 x 13.3 x 4.8 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 13 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B0037Z7HPQ
  • Item model number: 6500
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (21 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #44,821 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

6500 ProChef-1800 Commercial Induction Cook top is commercially rated with 1800 watts (120 Volts-60Hz). Power requirements 20 amp - 120V AC. Stainless steel body and durable commercial-grade materials. Seven multiple power levels between 500-1800W. 10 temperature levels (140 - 464 F degrees) 170-Minute timer, touch screen controls and function lock. Cookware detection & overheat sensor, Auto Shut Off.


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Clean up was easy.
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The unit had become unusable because it got overheated too easily without the fan.
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Unfortunately, the second unit performed the same as the first.
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32 of 32 people found the following review helpful By R. J. Gilgunn FBC & CCM on February 19, 2011
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Received this last week and it works extremely well except for a loud high pitched squeal. I have tried various cookware (induction ready) and so far for the PRICE have found Winco's line of induction ware the best to use.
I have not used cast iron or carbon steel. Will be checking that over the next few days.

Update 5-28-11
We received a second unit and used it for a Pasta station last night. Tried cast iron skillet - no noticeable squeal.

Event was a huge success and everyone commented on how fresh, well prepared and quick, meals got to them. Used Linguini and Penne with over 15 toppings. Average cooking time on previously sauteed or cooked food (all was cold)was 2 minutes done in front of clients. THEY LOVE THE SHOW!

Strongly suggest Winco RSK-6 1/2" or RSK-8" Iron Skillets that will eliminate the squeal. You do not want anything bigger than that for individual meals. Portions are more controllable, skillet weighs less and takes up less room on table. If you don't mind the high pitched squeal (most people over 50 can't hear it) then use the Winco SSFP-8NS stainless steel 8" which is lighter than the Iron Skillets. Both are available from many places including Tigerchef.com.

If you use a non-iron skillet that is induction ready, the hotter the skillet the less noise it makes.

We plan on buying at last 2 more. They are portable, well made and easily adjustable. Use 2 skillets per stove top so that as you are preparing or cooking, the machine does not shut off, otherwise the machine will beep if you lift the skillet and then turn off automatically. I may be disconnecting the beeper.

So far this is a great product, well made and well laid out.
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29 of 31 people found the following review helpful By Stew on November 16, 2010
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I have had this item for a few weeks now, and it has performed well. It not only lets you select the power in watts for heating things up, but it will also let you select the temperature. Neither the watts or the temperature are infinitely adjustable, but there are enough choices to make it usable. For instance in temp mode you can select between 180 or 210 degrees, basically boiling or not. It will go all the way down to 140. The wattage goes all the way up to 1800 for fast heating. The wattage and temperature modes are independent of each other. Change to power and set the wattage, it will pump out that many watts continuously. Change to temperature and it will maintain the temperature you set (I assume on the bottom of the pot). As I'm sure most know you have to have pots and pans that are magnetic to make it work, and the disk they sell is no alternative if you want to boil water, or heat things up alot. My allclad works great as do other pots I have. My Cuisinart pots don't, so take a magnet to find out. The stronger the magnet attracts the better the pot or pan will work (meaning the less energy will be used to heat the pot). I found that at its highest setting it will boil a quart of water from 64 degrees in less than 4 minutes.

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I've had this unit for over a month now, and the more I use it the more I like it. Its nice having the temperature setting so I can heat soup or chili without worrying about it boiling over if I get busy. I find it less useful with large frying pans for cooking ground beef as it doesn't have a very large heating area. I'm using allclad pans so I assume its not the cookware. Of course when you compare 1800 watts to a gas burner on my range, the electric comes up short on power. What can you expect from a 110 outlet.
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19 of 20 people found the following review helpful By David G. McGowan on November 19, 2011
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I still very happy after weekly use for almost six months. With rapid response and easy adjustment, I've found it versatile and reliable. I move it frequently and it travels well, but adjustable feet would be nice as many tables aren't flat or level. In the kitchen it's been a workhorse, stable and solid, it has shown little of the squealing mentioned by others. Even a slightly rounded-bottom is a bummer, though, but good cookware with a flat bottom is well worth it. Small pans or large pots both work well, as cooktop has no rim, allowing overhang. I don't like that it shuts itself off after a couple of hours, so you have to remember to turn it back on if you're cooking an all-day recipe. When done, it cools quickly (and so can be put away) and it's easy to keep clean. Nice.
Addendum: After two years, still working great.
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28 of 32 people found the following review helpful By Joseph G. on February 18, 2013
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I purchased both a Fissler 1500 watt CookStar Pro and the Max Burton 6500 ProChef 1800-Watt Commercial Induction Cooktop.To my surprise, the Fissler heated faster and more evenly than the Max Burton. Being an electrical engineer I put both on the test bench. While the Fissler put out the full 1500 watts, the Max Burton was only putting out 1350 - 1400 watts at the 1800 watt setting. Thinking I had a defective unit I ordered a second Max Burton 6500 ProChef 1800-Watt Commercial Induction Cooktop and returned the first. Unfortunately, the second unit performed the same as the first. It was returned. I contacted the Max Burton product manager and he had no explanation as to why 2 separate units were putting out 20 -25% less power than their stated output. My take is that either they are using a cheaper induction engine, or the quality control at their Chinese manufacturer and within Max Burton needs a major overhaul. I won't be buying any Max Burton products in the future and cannot recommend them.
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