Wolf’s All New Gas Cooktops Offer More Design Styles, And More Power

December 19, 2013

We’re proud to introduce our all-new line of gas cooktops, part of our sweeping launch of a new generation of Sub-Zero and Wolf products.

Two fresh new styles will suit more kitchen designs.
The flawless pairing of black glass and stainless steel makes our transitional-style gas cooktop ideal for spaces where traditional and contemporary designs mingle. A beveled, stainless frame, seamless burner pan, back-lit glass control panel, and two-tone knobs finish off the panel’s clean, quiet design.  Conversely, our professional-style gas cooktop offers a bold presence with the classic pairing of iconic Wolf red knobs and stainless steel.  A seamless burner pan, LED indicator lights, and laser etched graphics complete the look.

Both transitional and professional cooktops are available in 30” and 36”. Their porcelain-coated cast iron grates are interchangeable between the two styles allowing for even more flexibility based on design preference. The new gas cooktops also pair perfectly with other Wolf products, including E series and the recently announced M series built-in ovens, integrated modules, and ventilation.

But design isn’t the only story our new gas cooktops have to tell.
We’ve also added more power to our gas cooktops—an additional 3,000 Btu on our largest burners, to be exact.

Our new gas cooktops feature patented dual-stacked, sealed burners with two-tiered flame ports to regulate the proximity of the flame to the cooking vessel, giving cooks the precise temperature control they desire. The introduction of 18,000 Btu burners (each model has one) make these the most powerful Wolf cooktops ever, with an overall range of heat output that’s greater than ever, too. What does that mean for the home cook? A cooking instrument capable of restaurant-quality sears, long and steady simmers and consistent, scorch-free melts.

To learn more about our new gas cooktops, visit our website or contact your showroom for an in-person demo for you and your clients.

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