LPG vs Induction





Energy-Efficiency  Slower Response:
Adjusting the heat on an LPG cooktop takes time as the flame must be adjusted manually. It's less responsive compared to induction technology.
Energy Efficiency:
Induction is highly energy-efficient because it heats the cookware directly, resulting in minimal heat loss.


Temperature Control Uneven Heat:
LPG burners may have uneven heat distribution, depending on the type of burner and the cookware used. This can lead to hot spots and uneven cooking. 
Precise Temperature Control:
Induction cooktops offer precise temperature control, making them suitable for tasks that require specific temperatures.


Safety  Fire Hazard
When using a gas stove, there are chances of burns. Improper handling of the appliance or gas leaks from the gas pipe, regulator, or cylinder can result in explosions.
Induction cooktops remain cool to the touch, reducing the risk of burns. They also have safety features like auto-shutoff and pan detection.


Comfort level Devices can get hot and even heat the environment

When using a gas stove, you should not switch on a ceiling fan. Make sure there is proper ventilation and you use an exhaust fan or chimney to remove the fumes, as they produce CO2.
Even at High Temperature Level it keeps the kitchen and the surroundings of the cooktop cool. 


Speed of Cooking Takes Double cooking Time than Induction Rapid Heating
Induction cooktops heat up quickly, reducing cooking time and energy consumption.


Running Cost  2X Expensive than Induction  Very High Efficiency so Superior Cost Effective


Cooking Precision  Less Precise Temperature Settings:
LPG cooking relies on visual cues from the size and intensity of the flame. It can be challenging to maintain very precise temperature settings, especially for cooking methods that require a specific temperature.
For fine dining and specialty cuisine, electric and induction technologies offer greater control and precision in cooking, which is important for delicate dishes.

- Rapid response to changes in temperature settings.
- Exact Temperature Settings, important for precision cooking techniques
- Induction cooktops provide uniform heat distribution across the entire cooking surface, ensuring that every part of the pan receives the same heat, which is advantageous for dishes that require even cooking.


Heating Efficiency  40% - Low Energy Efficiency Rapid Heating:
Induction cooktops heat up quickly, reducing cooking time and energy consumption.


Space Requirement  Fixed
gas stove has multiple components like a gas cylinder, gas pipes, burners, regulator, etc. Hence, it requires more space for installation. Besides that, it is huge in size and weight.
Do not occupy more space for installation
compact in size and lightweight
All you need is an electric outlet to plug in the appliance


Maintenance  You require more effort as it has many components like burners and grates. For that, you will have to remove the parts of the stove and then clean each segment separately. This can be a little time-consuming process. Moreover, before you do any of this, you should wait for the stove to cool down. Easy Maintenance:
Induction cooktops are easy to clean and maintain.
Because of its smooth glass-ceramic surface, an induction cooktop is easy to clean and maintain. All you need to do is just wipe off the surface with a damp cloth and then a dry cloth.