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Uses electricity so is cheaper and safer than LPG
Many households in Cambodia use LPG - which is extremely flammable and can cause explosions. Instead of using LPG, eCook uses the latest electrical induction technology which is completely safe and easy to use so you can cook delicious meals for your family - with peace of mind.
State of the art technology
eCook is a product range by ATEC, an Australian Company and global leader in cookstoves. ATEC has been in Cambodia for over 6 years and helped over 10,000 people get modern, safe and affordable cooking.
The e-cooker uses state-of-the-art magnetic technology that allows the oven to transfer heat directly to the pot via a magnetic field. It transmits heat quickly and strongly and is highly efficient and can increase or decrease heat immediately.
Safe for your family
- eCook is highly secure and stylish. It's clean and cool when you touch the stove directly, so you no longer have to worry about any family members getting burned.
- Uses smart technology that works with all kitchen appliances made from all metals, such as steel or some stainless steel.
- Comes with special functions to ensure safety and avoid overheating, so you can enjoy delicious food cooked at optimal temperature.
Cooking made easy
- It's really easy to use! Just press the on or off button and set your preferred temperature. You can change the temperature immediately.
- Can change the heat immediately!
- There are 9 temperature levels
- Just press the power button, select the heat you want and start cooking.
- Can use 2 pots at the same time for twin stoves
Less time cleaning
- Flat glass surface, which means it is easy to clean the stove as well.
- Easy to wipe clean - just wipe once!
- No more black or dirty pots caused by smoke.
Cooking with LPG vs eCook
eCook Electric Stove
Cost per use
Cooking once costs an average of 500 riels
Cooking once costs an average of 300 riels for the price of electricity. Using an electric stove costs up to 40% less than a gas stove!
Highly flammable and easily ignited - high risk of explosion.
No fire risk. Uses smart technology (induction) so it is very safe. There is no risk of an explosion.
Ease of use
Run out quickly and have to refill bottles
Quite easy - you just have to press a button and the stove gets hot right away
Takes longer for the pan to heat up and more time needed to clean up. Takes time to refill gas bottles
Smart technology (induction) heats up quickly and the flat surface ensures speedy clean-up.
Breathing high concentrations of LPG could cause vomiting, headaches and nausea.
No fumes produced - keeping your air clean with no damage to you and your family's health
មានអណ្តាតភ្លើងច្រើន និងងាយបញ្ឆេះ ហានិភ័យផ្ទុះខ្ពស់
មិនមានគ្រោះថ្នាក់អគ្គិភ័យ។ ប្រើនូវបច្ចេកវិទ្យាវៃឆ្លាត ដូច្នេះ វាមានសុវត្ថិភាពខ្ពស់។ មិនមានហានិភ័យផ្ទុះឡើយ។
ងាយស្រួលបិទ - អ្នកគ្រាន់តែចុចប៉ូតុង នោះឆ្នាំងនិងទទួលបានកម្តៅភ្លាមៗ
ចំនាយពេលយូរក្នុងការបង្កើនកម្តៅអោយខ្ទះឆា និងត្រូវចំនាយពេលច្រើនក្នុងការលាងសម្អាត។ ត្រូវចំនាយពេលដើម្បើបញ្ចូលកំប៉ុងហ្គាសឡើងវិញ
បច្ចេកវិទ្យាវៃឆ្លាត (ទំនើប) ឡើងកម្តៅបានលឿន ហើយផ្ទៃរាបស្មើរធានាបានចំពោះការលាងសម្អាតបានលឿន
ការដកដង្ហើមស្រូបយកហ្គាសកំប៉ុង ច្រើន អាចបណ្តាលឱ្យក្អួត ឈឺក្បាល និងចង្អោរ។
មិនមានផ្សែង រក្សាខ្យល់បរិសុទ្ធ ដោយមិនផ្តល់ផលប៉ះពាល់ដល់សុខភាព
Who we are
At eCook, our mission is to improve the lives of billions of people for the better by cooking with clean energy and high safety. We have been headquartered in Cambodia for six years and have provided ways to help Cambodians reduce their costs, avoid kitchen fumes, and save money and live comfortably.
Frequently asked questions
Operating the appliance
Q: How do I clean the stove?
A: Only clean the hotplate after it has cooled down. Clean the hotplate with a damp cloth and warm soapy water and then dry it down. Do not use abrasive materials, like steel wool, to clean the stove as it will get scratched.
Q: Does it work with every pot?
A: No, only ferromagnetic cookware, e.g. stainless steel or iron. In fact, we offer customers a set of pots with 1 pot and 1 pan already. If the pot does not work or does not transfer heat, it means that the pot cannot be used with the stove.
Q: Can you use a wok on an induction cooktop?
A: If you have a wok with a curved bottom, it cannot be used on a regular induction cooktop, but you can use a flat bottom wok.
Q: Will the stove get hot if I turn it on and forget about it or it accidentally gets left on?
A: Even if the stove is turned on, it will only get hot, or stay hot, if a pot is put on the hotplate. If the pot is empty, after a period of time the stove will automatically turn off
Q: Will the stove stay hot after I finish cooking?
A: The stove will stay hot for a short time after cooking is finished.
Q: Where can I get more pots?
A: Most good kitchenware stores will sell appropriate pots. Just check first they are magnetic.
Q: Is there a child lock?
A: Yes, the customer can lock the stove so children cannot turn it off or on. Refer to Child lock instructions in manual
Q: How much electricity does the stove use?
A: It depends on how you use the stove but if you use only one stove and at the hottest level, it uses 1 kW per hour.
Q: How much will it cost to cook with?
A: According to the data received from previous customers, they pay about one hundred and eighty riel (180) per hour for cooking, while compared to gas, they spend about four hundred riel (400) per hour.
Q: Are induction cooktops better than LPG?
A: Induction cooktops are better than gas units because, first of all, the induction appliances are safer (gas cooktops produce fire as a source of heat); then, almost 90% of the energy from the electricity is used for cooking while only 50% of energy is used with a gas cooktop with the rest wasted as heat into the air.
Q: Are induction cooktops cheaper than LPG?
A: Induction cooktops on average will cost 55% less in electricity compared to LPG cost.
Q: What happens if there is a power surge in the grid?
A: There is surge protection within the stove that will prevent damage
Q: What happens if there is an electrical fault in the stove?
A: The PRCD (safety switch) in the cable will turn off the power supply to the stove
Q: Is it dangerous to cook with electricity?
A: Induction stoves are the safest form of cooking, there is no flame, it only heats up when you put a pot on the stove and it cools down quickly.