Built-in gas hob that comes with the safety flame device will have the gas supply cut off if the flame on the burner head is extinguished by a strong wind.
Tempered glass is a safety glass which when broken, the glass becomes small fragments or oval shaped pebbles instead of sharp pointed pieces.
An induction hob creates an electromagnetic field when a metal pan is placed on the cooking surface. This electromagnetic field will then heat up the pan. A ceramic hob works by using heating elements under the glass to heat up the metal pan.
For cooking with induction hob, you will not see a red glow on the hob glass surface. The pan becomes hot but the hob smooth glass surface outside the diameter of the pan remains safe to touch. However, there is residual heat after long hours cooking.
For cooking with ceramic hob, you will see a red glow surrounding the pan and both the metal pan and the smooth glass surface feels hot when touch.
For cooking with Induction hob, you should use only pots and pans which have base made of iron properties that can attract magnet as it uses electromagnetic field to heat up. For cooking with ceramic hob, any pots and pans that are made of glass, aluminum, stainless steel, clay can be used for ceramic cooking.
Induction hob has the fastest heat respond time followed by ceramic hob and gas hob.
The glass surface of the Induction and ceramic hob is made of CERAN glass which is tempered glass.
The safety features are:
1) Electronic Heat Residual Indicators (Induction & Ceramic)
2) Auto-off safety (Induction & Ceramic)
3) Child Lock (Induction)