A thermostat is a component which senses the temperature of a system which then enables that system’s temperature to be maintained near a desired set-point.  If it is too close or above the element it will read the bottom of the plate’s temperature which is not ideal.  The difference between the set temperature and the temperature at the top of the cooking plate can be as much as 40°C causing stewing.

Greenplate’s® probe is located in a welded channel which is in direct contact with the plate and covered with insulation on all four sides as Greenplate’s element runs at over 600°C and are then regulated back to 320°C at the top of the plate creating the ideal cooking temperature!

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