36 Inch Pro-Style Rangetop with 6 Sealed Burners, Min-2-Max Burners, Continuous Grates, Professional-Style Controls, Versatile Cooking Accessories and ADA Compliant
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Number of Burners: 6
Style: Sealed Burner
Control Type: Knobs
Downdraft Venting: No
Actual Width: 35 7/8 Inch
Continuous Grates: Yes
Hot Surface Indicator Light: No
With the widest range of BTU performance in the industry, these best-in-class dual-flame sealed burners offer unrivaled versatility - from a roaring 20,000-BTU boil to a gentle 1,100-BTU simmer.
Designed for cooking multiple dishes at varying temperatures on a single cooktop, continuous grates allow you to move even the heaviest pots and pans from burner to burner with the utmost ease.
Large 270 knobs give you precise control while cooking, so you get the results you want.
Versatile Cooking Accessories Included
Interchangeable accessories include a griddle plate, a special wok ring, simmer plate and LP gas conversion kit - so you can customize the cooktop to fit your cooking needs.
More Easy-to-Use Features
Sealed Power Burners
Black Ceramic Glass Cooking Surface
Configuration: Six (6) Sealed Burners
Gas/Power Location: Right Rear
Voltage Rating: 120V/60Hz
kW Rating at 120 Volts: 0.12
Electrical Cable: Included
Approved for Oven Combination: No
Formed Platform: Stainless Steel
Control Style: Professional
Burner Values: Linear Flow
Ignition: Electronic Pilotless
Continuous Grates: 3
Right Front: 20,000 to 1,100
Right Rear: 9,500
Left Front: 20,000
Left Rear: 14,000
Center Front: 14,000
Center Rear: 5,000 to 1,500
Dimensions and Weight
Width: 35 7/8"
Height: 7 3/4"
Weight: 120 Lbs.
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