The next generation of keeping food warm – most elegantly via induction.

The InductWarm® system

How the InductWarm® system works

In combination with any induction-compatible pot (such as our InductWarm® porcelain) InductWarm® keeps food warm via induction. Using the InductWarm® remote control, you can conveniently select one of four different warming levels for each of the warming zones, guaranteeing the right temperature for any of your dishes. The warming zones switch off automatically when a dish is removed from the table and reactivate at the same temperature when put back again.

Finally you are able to also present your warm dishes at the highest stage in aesthetics – your guests are going to be thrilled.

Your advantages at a glance:

  • No gel fuel
  • No water
  • No heating of the room
  • No risk of burning
  • Elegant design
  • Consistently fresh meals
  • Immediate readiness
  • Low running costs

How does induction work?

With an induction warmer the heat is not transferred by a heating element via the warming utensil to the food to be warmed, but rather the necessary heat is generated directly in the pot with the aid of induction currents.

An induction coil (1) underneath the glass hob (2) generates an alternating electromagnetic field, which penetrates the glass hob and induces the heat-generating current in the base of the cookware (3).

Does and Don'ts

Do not use non-induction-compatible stainless steel pots, aluminium foil or dishes wrapped in aluminium foil with our InductWarm® devices.

Do not heat a pan while empty. This could cause the pan to overheat and destroy the induction device.

Warning: Unsuited pots may lead to unsatifactory or uneven warming, and may even lead to malfunction of both pots and our devices.

Do use only induction-compatible pots, that are marked as such by the producer, ideally from our preferred partners:


Blanco Professional

Le Creuset