The Induction Insulated Thermos is a portable heating appliance to keep liquids warm virtually anywhere!
Inventor Aron Lee Goddard of Fort McMurray, AB has created a portable heating appliance to keep liquids warm virtually anywhere!
For years, Inventor Goddard went camping in a tent and the worst part was always trying to start a fire or using the propane tank to heat up water, milk, soup, and other liquids. After a long day, its really the last thing you want to do. This is especially true if the weather isnt cooperating! These days, Inventor Goddard has given up the tent and enjoys camping in his truck camper. At first, heating liquid was still an issue for him though. Using the two-burner gas stove heated up the whole camper, making it unbearable for a couple hours. He knew there had to be another way. After searching the market and coming up emptyhanded, his idea for the Induction Insulated Thermos was born!
This clever new invention takes the shape of a large travel mug or thermos. It features an insulated double-wall design. The thermos is great for heating coffee, tea, hot chocolate, soup, and more. It can be powered by car outlet, AC electrical outlet, USB source, or by an external battery pack. It will be ideal while hiking, fishing, camping, or for the long morning commute. Various colors and styles are possible.
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In a nutshell, induction means generating electricity using magnetism. Induction produces an electromagnetic field in a coil to transfer energy to a work piece to be heated, but no heat on the burner itself. When you stand a suitable cooking pan on top of an induction cooktop that's powered up, the magnetic field produced by the cooktop penetrates the metal of the pan. The magnetic field induces many smaller electric currents in the pan's metal. The current flowing in the metal pot produces resistive heating which cooks the food. No heat is directly generated by the induction unit itself - only the cookware is actually being heated up.Key Benefits of Induction
The benefits of induction are:
We the same technology as described above, however everything is built into one device. The induction coil is built into the bottom part of the thermos; a metal plate that will react with the electromagnetic field is placed above that and in direct contact with the internal part of the thermos. It heats up quickly and safely.