Induction Interface Converter Disk
Induction Interface Converter Disk

Induction Interface Converter Disk

Regular price $89.95

Use your old favourite pots and pans on your induction cooktop!

No need to replace your favourite non-induction pots and pans.


  • Suits cookware up to 25cm.
  • Allows use of non-induction cookware on your induction cooktop (eg: copper, cast iron, stainless steel, aluminium, ceramic & glass cookware)
  • Dishwasher safe (including new heat proof handle).
  • Quality stainless steel.
  • NEW silicone easy grip touch-safe handle.
  • 12 month warranty

The AppliancePro Induction interface disc (disk) is a quality piece designed to let you enjoy the benefits of induction cooking without having to give up your old favourite pots and pans.

Can I use my old non-induction copper pots and pans on my induction cooktop? – you can now!


The AppliancePro induction interface converter disc allows you to use non-induction cookware on an induction cooktop.

It simply transforms the induction element into a traditional radiant element! This will mean it is slower than induction.  

Includes an easy grip soft touch handle that’s safe to touch and easier to move (and it’s dishwasher safe like the disc).

Pots, pans and cookware such as copper pots, cast iron, glass ceramic, Bessemer, Stainless Steel and aluminum can all be used on the induction interface disk. No need to throw out your old favorites just because you are upgrading to induction.

The disc accommodates any cookware up to 25cm diameter.

Can you use copper, glass, ceramic, cast iron, stainless steel, or aluminum pots on an induction cooktop? you can now! It’s simple to test whether cookware is induction ready or not; if a magnet sticks to the base of a pot then it is OK to use on an induction cooktop, if a magnet does not stick to the base – the induction interface disc is for you.

The disc will work with portable induction cookers however due to the low output of these units, heat up time will be a lot longer and some units may not heat the disc to the temperature required to boil water. We do not recommend using the disc on portable induction cookers.

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