If you want a holding unit, be sure you purchase induction units that are warmers, not for cooking. You’ll then avoid a possible requirement for an exhaust hood. You should be aware that in many locations a hood is required over units capable of cooking.Use an induction warmer that limits the temperature at the maximum setting to just over 180°F. Also, it’s important to remember that any induction unit must be used with special chafers with an iron base. For ...

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