This commercial induction cooktop is the industry’s first to have programmable and precise temperature control.
The Max Burton Digital ProChef series of induction cooktops are durable for professional chefs in restaurant, catering, or commercial/industrial kitchen operations. Stainless steel construction.
This new version of the discontinued 6500 model now includes the temperature probe to get precise food temperature control within 5°F. And, the programmable cooking mode has options for sous vide and slow cooking.
Meets ETL Sanitary (NSF-4), ETL-US (UL197) and FCC standards for electric cooking appliances.
Extremely fast and safe. Just push a button to change the temperature instantly. Even faster than cooking with gas, without the potentially dangerous open flame. The cooktop stays cool unless it comes in contact with the induction pan, so it is safer than a standard stove.
♥ Back kitchen
♥ Front of house at an omelette station or table-side cooking.
♥ Commercial/industrial kitchen operations
♥ Grocery store demo stations
♥ Gourmet kitchen as an extra burner
With precise temperature control and the temperature probe it is perfect for sous vide, beer brewing and candy making.
Four cooking modes
• Programmable Cooking Mode: program up to 3 cooking scenarios using different temperature and time settings
• Temperature Probe Mode allows you to attain food temperature to within 5°F
• Temperature Mode: 10 levels from 100°F to 450°F
• Power Mode: adjust the wattage from 500W to 1800W in 10 levels
• Overheat sensor
• Improper voltage supply detection
• Non-suitable cookware detector
Additional Features and Specifications
|Model 6515 (this page)||Model 6535|
|Induction Type||Commercial rated/NSF approved|
|Power Source||120V/15A, 60Hz||220V/15A, 60Hz|
|Wattage Range||500 to 1800 watts (PL1 to PL10)||500 to 3000 watts (PL1 to PL13)|
|Temperature Range||100°F to 450°F (15 settings)|
|Timer||• Temperature Probe & Program Cooking modes: Up to 480 minutes
• Heat & Temperature modes: up to 180 minutes
|Weight||11.5 lbs. (5.2 kg)||12.5 lbs. (5.7 kg)|
|Dimensions||15.5" x 12.75" x 4" (39.37 x 32.39 x 10.16 cm)||16.75" x 13.2" x 3.97" (425 x 336 x 100 mm)|
|Cord Length||5 ft. (1.52 m)|
|Glass Cooktop Dimensions||11.125" x 11.125" (28.26 x 28.26 cm)||11.25" x 11.25" (28.6 x 28.6 cm)|
|Maximum Weight Load||60 lbs. (cookware & contents)||75 lbs. (cookware & contents)|
|Temperature Probe||8" Probe. Stainless steel.|
|Safety Features||• Non-suitable cookware detection
• Overheat protection
• Improper voltage supply detection
|Approvals||• ETL US (conforms to UL STD 197)
• ETL Sanitary approved (NSF-4)
• Complies with FCC Part 18
Easy-to-find induction rated cookware required. For a quick test, simply apply a magnet on your existing cookware. If it sticks it will work. If your cookware isn't compatible, consider this #6010 Induction Interface Disk that allows you to use any cookware with an induction cooktop. Using the 6010 on the 6535 cooktop is not recommended.
For more information about cooking with an induction cooktop and cookware requirements, check out Cooking With Induction.
Frequently Asked Questions ("FAQ")
Q1: What is the difference between the 6515 and 6535 induction models?
A1: The 6515 is 120v and 1800 watts, while the 6535 is 220v and 300 watts. The 6515 is a bit lighter and smaller. And finally, the 6515 has a 6.25" diameter coil, while the 6535 has a 9" diameter coil to handle larger cookware.
Q2: What is the difference between the 6500 and 6515 induction models?
A2: The 6515 is the current model and replaced the now discontinued 6500 model. The 6515 has many for functions and controls on the front, the highlight being a dial that allows the chef to change the temperature quickly, versus pushing the 6500 model's up and down buttons. The 6515 has a larger glass cooktop surface.