The Portable Induction kit is designed to support and empower residents serviced by Myli libraries to reduce their impact on climate change. The kit will enable you to try an induction cooktop for cooking.
The portable induction cooktop allows you to ‘try before you buy’, with a portable induction cooktop.
Induction cooking requires cookware with a ferrous (iron) bottom to conduct heat. You can check if your cookware can be used on an induction cooktop by seeing if a magnet sticks to the base.
Instructions for how to use the portable induction cooktop are provided for additional support and reference.
Did this kit help you try induction cooking? Please email us with your feedback: firstname.lastname@example.org
Tell us about your experience so we can share and celebrate your success with others in the community.
Safety warning for people with pacemakers: We encourage people with pacemakers to be cautious and seek the latest medical advice prior to using an induction cooktop.
These kits were donated to Myli in 2023 as a collaboration between Bass Coast, Baw Baw, Cardinia Shire, and South Gippsland councils. We are grateful to Casey, Darebin, and Hobart councils for providing the instructional materials from their home energy efficiency kits as a guide. The support of the Energy Innovation Cooperative in developing early versions of these kits is also acknowledged, as is their continued work in supporting community energy solutions.