Miele presents its TwoInOne for the kitchen


HyperFocal: 0 Miele has launched TwoInOne, an induction hob with an integrated extractor. This model combines two of the most consolidated competences of the company: Induction technology from Miele’s Bünde production plant and an integrated downdraught extractor from Arnsberg. On the 80 cm wide hob unit, the centred extractor is framed by two variable PowerFlex zones. The extractor is only recognisable by its grille; technical components allowing recirculation or vented extraction are discretely hidden in a kitchen cabinet below. There is no need for consumers to change their habits as pots and frying pans with a variety of diameters can be used. In this respect, PowerFlex technology proves to be very versatile, allowing two individual rings to join up automatically when large pots or pans are placed on the surface (permanent pan-size sensing). In TwinBooster mode, a maximum output of 7.3 kW is available, for instance for bringing a large volume of water to the boil in next to no time. The food-warming and Stop & Go functions ensure additional convenience.
In addition, the TwoInOne features Con@ctivity 2.0. This automatic function, which Miele has had on offer since as early as 2008, adjusts the power output of the extractor to what is actually cooking. At the end of cooking and after a brief fan run-on period, the extractor automatically switches itself off again. Currently, more than 60% of all Miele cooker hoods are fitted with Con@ctivity 2.0. This results in more than 2200 combinations of hob units and hoods.