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  • 10 Green Products From the Kitchen & Bath Industry Show

    Water-conserving fixtures, energy-saving appliances, and other resource-efficient wares on display at the 2010 show.

  • Frameless Cabinets from Woodharbor

    Woodharbor. CastPointe frameless cabinetry is crafted with Environmentally Preferred Products made from 100% recycled material and compliant with California CARB regulations for formaldehyde emissions. The cabinetry is available with a low-VOC, formaldehyde-free topcoat available in 38 spray stain...

  • GE Testing Smart Grid-Enabled Appliances

    Kitchen and laundry equipment will communicate between the utility and the homeowner to ensure appliances are operating at the optimum time of day.

  • Induction Cooktop From Gaggenau

    The 36-inch CI 491 induction cooktop now includes a frying sensor that keeps the oil at a precise temperature so it doesn’t overheat, the maker says. The unit includes five flexible cooking zones ranging from 1,400 to 3,600 watts, 17 output levels, power boost, memory cooking, and pan detection. It...

  • Old World Vanity From Native Trails

    The Old World vanity is made from wood reclaimed locally by the manufacturer and finished with paint reclaimed from landfills or excess paint from paint stores. The units feature a deep wood-grain texture and hand-forged iron handles and hinges. They come in 24-, 30-, and 36-inch sizes...

  • Icon Drop-In Induction Cooktops From Electrolux

    Icon drop-in induction cooktops come in 30- and 36-inch sizes with 6-, 7-, 8-, and 10-inch elements. The units’ Infinite cooking system creates heat only after sensing a pan on the surface, the firm says, and the surface responds only to the diameter of the vessel. Other features include...

  • The 365 Induction Range From Diva

    The 365 36-inch induction range integrates a 9,600-watt induction cooktop and a 5,900-watt convection oven. The cooktop’s five burners include a center 11-inch, 3,600-watt element; two 6-inch, 2,200-watt elements; and two 9-inch 2,800-watt elements. The 6-inch and 9-inch elements utilize...

  • AutoChef Induction Cooktops From Bosch

    The company’s 800 Series of induction cooktops features AutoChef, a sensor that measures the temperature of the bottom of the pan and applies the right amount of energy to the element to deliver precise cooking, the company says. The appliance includes an 11-inch, 4,400-watt element, SteelTouch...

  • Silken Silicon Pad Induction Cooktops From Kenyon

    The Silken silicon pad covers the company’s induction cooktops, allowing for easier cleanup of spills and spatters. The mat, which is available in a range of colors, provides a slip-free surface for pots while still allowing the technology to work. After use, the pad can be removed to the sink for...

  • Touch-Activated Induction Cooktops From Jenn-Air

    Available in 30- and 36-inch sizes, the company’s induction cooktops feature touch-activated LED control of 17 heat settings. An 11-inch/7-inch Dual Zone element on the 36-inch model features two burner sizes in one position for easy pan-size matching. According to the firm, the Ceran glass-ceramic...