110mm IEC Test Equipment Aluminum Vessel For Testing Induction Hotplates
It conforms to the standard requirements of IEC60335-2-9 / GB4706. 14. 110, 145, 180, 220, 300mm, one set with 5 pcs.
Hotplates, other than induction hotplates, are operated with vessels containing water. The vessels are made of unpolished commercial quality aluminium, have a flat bottom and are covered with a lid. A suitable vessel is specified in Figure 103. controls are adjusted to their highest setting until the water boils and then adjusted so that the water simmers. Water is added to maintain the level during boiling.
Note 1: The lid is positioned so that steam does not affect the test.
Induction hotplates are operated with vessels, as specified in Figure 104, containing cooking oil. Controls are adjusted to their highest setting until the oil temperature reaches 180 ℃ ±4 ℃ and are then adjusted so that this temperature is maintained. The oil temperature is measured 1 cm above the centre of the bottom of the vessel.
For all hotplates, the diameter of the bottom of the vessel is approximately equal to the diameter of the cooking zone and the quantity of liquid is specified in Table 101. The vessel is positioned centrally on the cooking zone.
Diameter of cooking zone mm
NOTE: The maximum concavity of the vessel is to be not more than 0.05 mm. The base of the vessel is not to be convex.
Figure 7 Electric cooking range test pan
Actual inspection size in the following table:
Outer diameter a