TORONTO — Diva de Provence, the Toronto-based manufacturer of custom ranges, rotisseries and induction cooktops, has had its products and technology included in a college-level textbook, the company announced. Diva de Provence said that references to the company have been included in Physics, Principles and Applications, a college-level physics book. Diva’s product line is noted as illustrating examples of electromagnetic induction and Faraday’s Law.
The initial press run for the book was 40,000 copies, with the reference work in college lecture halls as of last fall. An image of a hand touching a Diva cooktop while a pan is cooking demonstrates the induction cooking concept, the company noted.