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Worksurfaces that work harder with CookingRAK

Picture a kitchen worktop that smoothly transitions into a cooking area. That’s the magic of CookingRAK from RAK Ceramics — an innovative blend of surface and kitchen tech.

The surface, which comes in six designs and a variety of colours to match any decor, is perfect for a busy kitchen.

Designed to create a multi-functional kitchen space ideal for daily use, the system is integrated into the countertop, opening possibilities for users to prepare, cook and dine in the same space; a seamlessly designed kitchen top made for dining and entertaining.The technology combines the high-performance of RAK Ceramics porcelain slabs, with an innovative induction system that operates through a magnetic field. Porcelain has always been the ideal choice for kitchen countertops as they are made of a

durable material resistant to heat, stain, and scratch. They are also resistant to moisture and do not easily stain, making them easier to clean.

CookingRAK is exclusively produced with RAK Ceramics porcelain slabs in 14.5mm thickness and 135.5×305 cm size. The slabs are capable of withstanding high temperatures and with a surface hardness that resists scratching and staining. They are also an ideal material for

kitchen countertops as they are very hygienic, food-safe, and less likely to harbour moulds and bacteria. To conveniently locate the cooking zones on the countertop, the RAK Ceramics slabs can be customised to add special markings in six modifications that will suit any kitchen style. The system comes with four silicone pads, to protect the countertop while cooking.

CookingRAK can be chosen in a wide range of colour schemes, designed to meet the latest trends, from the modern and minimalist to classic or rustic.

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