- Up to 17.5 kW on 5 burners
- 1 three-ring wok burner (300 W - 5,500 W) 1,000 - 18,800 BTU, suitable for pots up to max. 12 5/8"
- 2 two-ring high output burners (160 W - 4000 W), suitable for pots up to max. 28 cm.
- 2 two-ring standard burners (160 W - 2000 W), suitable for pots up to max. 24 cm.
- Integrated control panel with cooking zone and output level markings.
- One-handed operation.
- Gas valve with fine control.
- Three-part cast iron pan support with flat, continuous pot surface.
- Brass burner rings.
- Electronic flame monitoring with automatic re-ignition.
- Automatic quick ignition.
- Special nozzles can be ordered as spare parts.
- Plan for an electrical connection (the appliance is not operable without power supply).
- Panel thickness 16 - 26 mm.
- Air intake from above.
- No intermediate shelf required.
- The rear panel must consist of a non-flammable material. Wall trims must be resistant to heat.
- Installation in a 90 cm wide lower cabinet is required.
- An oven can be installed under the cooktop.
- Appliance must be fixed from underneath. Hardwire required.
- A minimum lateral clearance of at least 12" from adjacent heat-sensitive furniture or contact surfaces must be observed or thermal insulation fitted.
- Minimum distance between gas cooktop and ventilation hood must be 30".
- Cooktop clamping range: 30 - 50 mm.
- Connecting cable 55" with ground plug.
- Total Amps: 16A. 208/220 - 240 V. / 60 Hz
- Solid smooth-surface cast-iron pan support
- 59, 700 BTU on five burners including wok burner
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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