US Pat. No. 9,596,722

INDUCTION COOKING APPARATUS AND METHOD OF USE

Bernard Fryshman, Brookl...

1. A method of forming a cooking apparatus comprising:
providing a vessel having an inside surface, an outside surface, and a hollow area that is configured to receive food;
forming a first plurality of ferrous elements to be disposed on an outside of the vessel;
forming a second plurality of ferrous elements to be disposed in the hollow area of the vessel, wherein the first plurality
of ferrous elements and the second plurality of ferrous elements are configured to be heated by electromagnetic radiation
from an electromagnetic radiation source, and wherein the first plurality of ferrous elements and the second plurality of
ferrous elements are configured to transfer heat to food located in the vessel; and

providing a controller to control movement of at least the first plurality of ferrous elements.

US Pat. No. 9,888,530

INDUCTION COOKING APPARATUS AND INDUCTION COOKWARE

Bernard Fryshman, Brookl...

1. An induction stove comprising:
a first arm, a second arm, and a third arm together forming an opening between the first arm and the second arm, wherein each
of the first arm, the second arm, and the third arm includes an induction source which is configured to be controlled separately,
wherein the third arm is adjustable to vary a size of the opening between the first arm and the second arm; and

a rack disposed in the opening for supporting induction cookware.

US Pat. No. 9,867,389

INDUCTION COOKING APPARATUS AND METHOD OF USE

Bernard Fryshman, Brookl...

1. A method for induction cooking, the method comprising:
mounting one or more ferrous members to a support structure in a non-ferrous vessel, wherein the support structure comprises
a base, a central pole projecting from the base, and a plurality of branches configured to receive the one or more ferrous
members;

placing food proximate to the one or more ferrous members; and
activating an electromagnetic radiation source to heat the one or more ferrous members such that the one or more ferrous members
deliver the heat to the food.

US Pat. No. 10,425,996

INDUCTION HEATING SYSTEMS

Bernard Fryshman, Brookl...

1. An induction heating system, the system comprising:a base comprising:
a controller;
an electromagnetic radiation source in communication with the controller, wherein the electromagnetic radiation source is configured to emit radiation; and
a mounting surface configured to receive one of a plurality of interchangeable heating surfaces; and
a heating surface mounted to the mounting surface of the base, wherein the heating surface includes a ferromagnetic material that heats via induction responsive to the radiation emitted by the electromagnetic radiation source.

US Pat. No. 10,229,348

INDUCTION DETECTOR SYSTEMS

Bernard Fryshman, Brookl...

1. A device for use in detecting metallic objects, the device comprising:a processor;
an electromagnetic radiation source in communication with the processor, wherein the electromagnetic radiation source is configured to emit radiation to heat a metallic object;
a temperature sensor in communication with the processor, wherein the temperature sensor is configured to detect heat emitted from the metallic object; and
an alarm configured to notify an operator of the presence of the metallic object responsive to a determination by the processor that a temperature threshold has been exceeded.

US Pat. No. 10,694,588

INDUCTION HEATING SYSTEMS

Bernard Fryshman, Brookl...

1. An induction heating system, the system comprising:a container that includes one or more ferromagnetic element mounting locations;
a plurality of ferromagnetic elements positioned in the one or more ferromagnetic mounting locations;
one or more electromagnetic radiation sources configured to individually target the plurality of ferromagnetic elements such that different ferromagnetic elements are heated to different temperatures; and
a processor operatively coupled to the one or more electromagnetic radiation sources and configured to control an amount of electromagnetic radiation delivered to each of the ferromagnetic elements.

US Pat. No. 10,595,661

DOUBLE WALL COOKING VESSEL WITH INDUCTION ELEMENT INSERT

Bernard Fryshman, Brookl...

1. A cooking vessel system comprising:a double wall cooking vessel that includes:
a bottom wall, an inner side wall, and an outer side wall;
a plurality of dividers that extend between the inner side wall and the outer side wall, wherein the plurality of dividers form one or more slots between the inner side wall and the outer side wall; and
an induction element configured to fit into a slot of the one or more slots such that the induction element is positioned at least partially between the inner side wall and the outer side wall, and further comprising one or more horizontal slits in a portion of the outer side wall adjacent to the slot.