SmartBurner saves lives and protects property by helping to prevent cooking fires from starting. It easily replaces electric coil elements and prevents the burner from reaching the temperature at which most cooking oils ignite. The flat cooking surface provides evenly distributed heat and prolongs the life of cookware. Our patented temperature limiting control (TLC) technology has been installed more than 1 million times across North America, without a single cooking fire. SmartBurner exceeds the new UL 858 60A standard for cooking oil ignition.
Stove Top Fire Prevention
Care & Maintenance
With patented temperature limiting control (TLC) technologytm, SmartBurner easily replaces electric coil elements and prevents the burner from reaching the temperature at which most cooking oils auto-ignite. SmartBurner is already protecting hundreds of thousands of kitchens in Multi-Family Apartments, Public Housing, Seniors Residences, Colleges & Universities and Extended Stay Hotels. SmartBurner has been tested, validated, and endorsed by some of the most respected safety organizations. Protect your property today!
Helps prevent cooking fires on electric coil stoves.
Installs in seconds.
Easy to clean.
Better cooking performance.
Saves energy and money.
SmartBurner is proven to help save energy and money on restoration, repair, and relocation costs. It can provide savings on insurance premiums, and helps preserve and protect corporate reputations.
Delivers high Return on Investment (ROI).
Improves New Operating Income (NOI).
Requires no cooking behavior changes by tenant or guest.
Engineered to last the life of the stove.
No expiry dates to worry about, batteries to change, or buttons to push.
1 year warranty.
Helps prevent the fire from happening in the first place.
Patented technology that has been installed more than 1 million times without a single cooking fire.
Care & Maintenance
Care & Maintenance
Before You cook with SmartBurner
Before being used for the first time, SmartBurner should be heated up on the HI or the maximum setting for approximately 7-10 minutes without any food or contents. During this ‘curing’ process, the protective coating is hardened and obtains its maximum strength. NOTE: There may be a slight odour the first time you use your stove with the SmartBurner installed. This is normal and should dissipate after the first use.
Cleaning your SmartBurner
Always ensure that the burner is cool before attempting to clean.
Never soak your SmartBurner or put it in the dishwasher.
Use a damp cloth or sponge with mild detergent to clean surface of burner and surrounding plate. Never use harsh abrasives or steel wool pads on any part of the SmartBurner.
Thoroughly wipe soap from a burner plate and towel it dry.
For best results, clean your burner plates and drip pans regularly.
Use dry pots and keep wet utensils or objects with condensation, such as pot lids, away from the SmartBurner.
Apply SmartBurner Polish regularly to maintain the burner plate and help restore the original appearance.
Rings are removable and can be cleaned in the dishwasher. (NOTE: Take extra care when removing or re-attaching the stainless steel rings to the burner plate. The metal edges maybe sharp.)
SmartBurner Polish and SmartBurner Replacement rings may be purchased separately.
Is it normal for the burner to glow red hot?
No. If your SMARTBurner glows red hot, turn off the burner immediately. Do NOT use. Call 1-800-433-6026 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance.
Does it take longer to cook food using SMARTBurner?
SMARTBurner may take a little longer to heat up and cool down. (If it used to take 10 minutes to boil water, it may take 1 or 2 minutes longer.
Does the type of cookware I use have an impact on the cooking experience?
Avoid using warped or damaged cookware. SMARTBurner works best when the entire pot/pan is in direct contact with the burner. If possible, use aluminum or stainless-steel cookware.
How can the burner size impact the cooking experience?
Cooking is more efficient when cookware size is matched to burner size. A large pot on a small burner is less efficient than a large pot on a large burner. When possible, use a lid to help food cook faster.