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Miele Gas Cooktops
The gas rangetops from the KM3000 Series feature easy to use rotary knobs on the front, providing more cooking space and preventing any obstruction when you’re juggling pots and pans. They are built into the countertop and cabinets, and have up to 19000 BTUs to bring the heat.
Gas cooktops with a compact size of 12” make a great addition to other CombiSelect Series appliances to suit various ergonomic preferences. The KMR1000 units are meant for wider-than-normal cooking spaces with their 36” and 48” widths and sport up to 8 burners with an option for a griddle for endless possibilities.
You won’t even have to break a sweat after cooking a scrumptious meal on your cooktop. Many have grates that are reversible and dishwasher-safe, so they won’t have to be hand-washed and can easily be put back into place. In addition, all have sealed burners making it even less of a struggle when sauces happen to bubble over a pot.
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