GE Profile™ Series induction cooktops and range showcase the latest innovations in fast, efficient cooking. These cooktops and range are designed to meet the needs of today's busy families, with the power to boil water faster than gas or radiant cooktops and the advantage of quick and easy cleanup.

Induction Cooking

So what will you notice when you start cooking with induction?

  • An induction cooktop heats much quicker than conventional electric radiant or gas cooktops to boil water in a fraction of the time.
  • Induction technology heats only the pan, so the rest of the cooktop remains cool.
  • Induction cooking offers energy efficiency by reducing wasted heat when compared to radiant and gas cooktops. GE testing shows our induction elements deliver 84% of the total energy consumed to the food, compared to 73% for electric cooktops and 38% for gas burners.
  • Induction cooktops offer nearly instantaneous response, similar to a gas cooktop.
Watch Induction Video
Welcome to the future of cooking!
Induction is considered the most energy efficient cooking method available. Let's take a closer look at how it works.

Induction 101

Induction cooking is considered the most energy efficient cooking technology available and can be used to prepare any type of food. Watch the video to see how induction works.

Induction cooking is the only cooking method that relies on certain types of pots and pans as part of the cooking system, it is important to choose the right cookware. The bottom of the pans must have iron content. The best way to determine if a pan will work is with a magnet. If the magnet sticks to the bottom, it will work with an induction cooktop.

Induction Technology

Induction technology combines the responsiveness of a gas cooktop with the peace of mind of a cooler cooking surface.