- 1 multi-ring wok burner 1,000 - 18,800 BTU (300 W - 5000 W), suitable for pots up to max. 12 5/8".
- 2 two-ring high output burners 600 - 13,600 BTU (170 W - 4000 W), suitable for pots up to max. 11".
- 2 two-ring standard burners 600 - 6,800 BTU (170 W - 2000 W), suitable for pots up to max. 9 1/2".
- Control knobs with illuminated ring.
- Integrated control panel.
- One-handed operation.
- Electric ignition.
- Three-part cast iron pan support with flat, continuous pot surface.
- Brass burner rings.
- Thermoelectric safety pilot.
- Residual heat indicator.
- Operation indicator.
- No intermediate shelf required.
- Appliance can be snapped into the countertop from above.
- The rear panel must consist of a non-flammable material. Wall trims must be resistant to heat.
- Installation in a 36" (90 cm) wide base cabinet is required.
- Above countertop minimum clearance of at least 11 13/16" from adjacent heat-sensitive furniture or contact surfaces must be observed or thermal insulation must be installed.
- Minimum distance between gas cooktop(s) with more than 37,533 BTU (11kW) and ventilation hood must be 30" (76cm).
- Appliance weight: approx. 29 kg.
- Total rating: 58000 BTU (17.0 KW).
- Total Amps: 1 A. 120 V / 60 Hz
- Connecting cable 59 1/16" (150 cm) with plug.
- Control panel for comfortable and secure operation
- Mechanical power level regulation for 9 power levels, with exact setting and reproduction of flame size
- Multi-ring burner of solid, heat-resistant brass as used in professional kitchen
- Solid smooth-surface cast-iron pan support
- Up to 58000 BTU (17 kW) on 5 burners
Professional delivery and installation is available for every product we sell. We would be happy to coordinate delivery and installation for you.
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