Revolutionize your kitchen with an invisible cooking surface that seamlessly integrates advanced induction technology with porcelain countertops.

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Transform Your Countertop into an Invisible Cooking Surface

Experience the future of cooking with Invisacook, the cutting-edge invisible cooking surface that incorporates advanced induction technology into your countertop effortlessly. Say goodbye to conventional cooktops and embrace a modern kitchen design that unleashes your culinary imagination. Utilize the entire surface of your countertop for food preparation and cooking while enjoying precise temperature control and easy cleanup.

Invisacook features touch-sensitive controls and a hygienic, easy-to-clean surface, offering a futuristic cooking experience that blends innovation with practicality. Modernize your kitchen and maximize countertop space with a 1, 2, 3, 4 or 5 burner unit.

  • Invisible Cooking Surface: Transform your countertop into an invisible cooking surface, eliminating the need for traditional cooktops or stovetops and enhancing the sleek appearance of your kitchen.
  • Space-Saving and Minimalist Design: Say goodbye to bulky appliances and enjoy a minimalist kitchen setup that saves space and promotes a clean, modern look.
  • Precise Temperature Control: Experience precision cooking with advanced induction technology, allowing you to adjust heat settings with ease for optimal culinary results.
  • Effortless Cleaning: The seamlessly integrated cooking surface means no more hard-to-reach crevices or burners to scrub. Simply wipe the surface clean for easy maintenance.
  • Versatile Cooking Options: Utilize your entire countertop for food preparation and cooking, offering flexibility and freedom to experiment with various culinary techniques and recipes.
  • Safety Features: Invisacook prioritizes safety with built-in features such as automatic shut-off and child lock functions, providing peace of mind during your cooking sessions.
  • Energy Efficiency: The energy-efficient induction technology reduces energy consumption, making Invisacook an eco-friendly cooking solution.
  • Future-Ready Innovation: Stay ahead of the curve with Invisacook’s cutting-edge technology, designed to meet the evolving needs of modern kitchens and culinary enthusiasts.
  • How do you know where the burners are? Our system is designed with a noise locator, or a device that emits a beeping sound that starts when you turn on your unit and audibly designates the burner you want to use. The beeping will stop when your pan connects with the cooktop surface. However, there are other options you can work out with your dealer to locate the burners. For example, you may have them etch a spot for each burner, or simply ask them to place a sticker there until you have a feeling for where the burner is located.
  • What materials can I use with Invisacook? We recommend porcelain slabs that are 12mm to 20mm thick from numerous brand manufactures, which you will find listed on our website. Granite may also be used, milled to 20mm in the area of the cooktop. 
  • Do I need to have special cookware? Compatible Cookware: There are many induction quality pots and pans on the market, however, the most compatible pans for the Invisacook are a full clad stainless-steel type of pan, mostly known as Tri-Ply or 5Ply Cookware. Invisacook has its own cookware line too, which is 5Ply, Hex Non-Stick, with risers on them. The InvisaMat is not needed when using our Invisacookware. Non-Compatible: Aluminum, all-copper, or glass cookware will not work unless they have a layer on the bottom with magnetic properties. Many manufacturers have started adding a magnetic layer to the bottom of those types of pots and pans; however, it can be very thin and will take longer to heat up than a high-quality induction pan, or it may redirect the residual heat back to the countertop, which may be catastrophic for your new countertop. NOTE: Cast Iron pans are inductive, however, they do get extremely hot due to the content of metals within them, and reflect large amounts of heat, which over time will not be good for your countertop. Cast Iron is not recommended on most if not all induction units, as they lower the life span of glass units and are very hard to control the heat levels.
  • Is there anything special I need to do with my induction cookware for it to be used on my countertop? Nothing needs to be done to your cookware, but we provide you an InvisaMat for each burner for the following reasons:
    1. Prevent pans from hitting your countertop and making loud noises.
    2. Helps prevent any possible scratches and thermal shock.
    3. Keeps the metal from your pan from touching your countertop, while helping the countertop stay cooler longer.
  • Can I order this product directly and install it myself? No. The product needs to be installed by a certified dealer. It is not a plug-and-play type of unit. If there is not a certified dealer in your area, our corporate team will work with you and your fabricator.
  • Is there any special cleaning that needs to be done to the countertop where the unit is? Only the proper care recommended by the stone fabricator and countertop manufacturer is needed.
  • Does the unit need to have any special electrical requirements?  Yes, 220v twist lock receptacle is needed for the 1-2-3-4 burner unit and 110v receptacle for the 1- and 2-burner units. 5 burners will need to be hardwired. All units are to be plugged in but can be hardwired, if required in your county or country.
  • Can the unit be used wirelessly? Yes. With the Invisacook App, you can wirelessly use the cooktop from a remote location. Click here to access the video on how to install the Invisacook app and connect it to your unit.
  • Why is it that when I have one burner at full power and I turn on another burner, my first burner lowers its number? This is the result of the burners’ power sharing. With multiple burners on one side, the unit will automatically attempt to work as efficiently as possible with a total combination of 14. (Example P-4, or 9-5) That being said, there is no need to worry — your burners are still receiving adequate levels of power in order to maintain efficient cooking temperatures. For example, when frying food, you will only need Level 7 to be used, and both burners can be at 7 and 7 which equals 14.
  • Does the countertop surface get hot when you are cooking? Yes. The surface will get warmer and warmer over time as you cook, eventually becoming hot to the touch. NOTE: A matural or matte finish will feel cooler to the touch than a polished finish. For your standard short cooking time, the surface will not get that hot. However, once you have surpassed about 10 minutes’ worth of cooking time, the surface will be HOT, and you should exercise caution around the area in use. The unit controller will also initiate the H symbol to let you know the surface may be hot. Please keep in mind that Induction is a very quick heating process, so when frying foods, you only need a Level 6 or 7 on your controller. The Power Boost is only to be used when boiling water. Remember never cook with an empty cooking vessel.