Get consistent results for even the most complex recipes. CookSmart® includes 4 preset frying levels, so each dish is as exceptional as the last.
Revel in complete flexibility. Thermador electric cooktops feature three differently sized elements set in one location to adapt to the size of your cookware.
Dual Zone Bridge Element
Evenly heat large pans, griddles, and oblong cookware with connecting heat bridge and dual-zone elements, exclusive to Thermador.
Illuminated Touch Control Panel
Illuminated touch control panel offers intuitively simple selection of power levels and allows for easy cleaning.
Stainless Steel Frame
Full stainless steel frame surrounds the cooktop surface.
- Triple Element
- Dual Zone Bridge Element
- Illuminated Touch Control Panel
- Stainless Steel Frame
|Minimum distance from counter front (in)
|Minimum distance from rear wall (in)
|Net weight (lbs)
|Gross weight (lbs)
|Location of 1st heating element
|Dimension of 1st heating element (in)
|Location of 2nd heating element
|Location of 3rd heating element
|Dimension of 3rd heating element (in)
||5" ; 7"
|Power of 3rd heating element (W)
||0.7 ; 1.7
|Location of 4th heating element
|Location of 5th heating element
|Dimension of 5th heating element (in)
|Power of 5th heating element (W)
|Location of 6th heating element
Energy Star Rated:
Offer Expires: 8/1/2018 to 12/31/2018 |
Must be postmarked by: 6/30/2019
Purchase qualifying Thermador Appliances and receive a rebate. Rebate form must be postmarked by 6/30/2019.
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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