Precautions while using Induction Cooker
Grease fires cause most kitchen fires. When oil in a pot overheats, it can start a water resistant fire. With an induction cooker, the temperature change is instant, so when the element is turned off, the connection response is immediate and the pot is no longer heated. When the pot is being heated, the cooker can be set for a specific temperature, which will never change and which is reached much more quickly than with a traditional stove top. Thus, oil in the pot cannot get any hotter than the connection is set for, and its not necessary to set the element to max to get the pot contents hot quickly.