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    Wall Filler (AW-WF696)


    $212.16/ Piece


    6"W * 96"H * 3/4"D -WOOD


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      Product Model AW-WF696
      Magnetic Induction CooktopsThe magnetic induction cooktop is the rising star of energy-efficient kitchen appliances. Typical electric or gas stoves heat the air under the pan, but a magnetic induction cooktop's heat is transferred directly to the pan through high-tech magnetism, leading to little wasted heat. Heat is generated quickly and is infinitely adjustable, just like gas. And because the heat needs a metallic surface for conduction, it's cool to the touch, making for a safer kitchen. Just make sure you have the right cookware to conduct the heat.Money- and energy-saving tips:Put a lid on it. Cover pots and pans to keep heat in and cook your food faster.Be passive with your pasta. Kate Heyhoe, author of Cooking Green: Reducing Your Carbon Footprint in the Kitchen, teaches us that we don't need to boil pasta for the full cooking time. Instead boil it for two minutes, then turn the burner off, cover the pot with a lid and let the pasta sit in the water for the remaining recommended cooking time. Your pasta will be cooked in the same amount of time and will have used less energy. Exhaust HoodsFind an efficient kitchen exhaust hood by seeking an Energy Star–rated model, which is quieter and uses 65 percent less energy. Once you have an efficient model, do not be conservative with its use. Your ventilation hood is essential to keeping your indoor air quality safe by getting rid of:Excess moisture. Cooking can introduce 2 to 3 gallons of moisture into your home's air per day. If it's not properly released, this can lead to moisture problems in the home.Hazardous combustion by-products from gas cooktops mentioned earlier.Your hood needs to exhaust to the exterior, ensuring removal of moisture and pollutants from your interiors. Stay away from recirculating fans, which only remove odors. Also avoid downdraft hoods, which do not perform as well as hoods mounted overhead.