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Monogram sets the stage for delicious possibilities with the exceptional performance of their cooktops. These culinary tools are available in stainless steel, black, and silver finishes to match your aesthetic tastes. Whether it’s adding a gas rangetop to a professional style design or prefer the sleek and modern look of electric cooktops, you’re sure to find a cooktop that’s a perfect fit for any kitchen layout.
Gas fuel is a great option for all forms of cooking techniques. Their precise heat settings allow you to channel your inner gourmet chef and achieve optimal cooking power. They feature continuous grates that make it easy to slide heavy pots from one burner to the next and a leveled surface for a cast iron skillet to rest. Some gas cooktops include a tri-ring burner that can reach intense heat capacities up to 20,000 BTUs for searing, frying, and sautéing.
The smooth top surface of electric cooktops will make clean-ups one less thing to worry about. They have 5 elements, which features a triple-ring and bridged zones to accommodate cookware of various shapes and sizes. For the latest advancement in culinary technology, induction cooktops deliver rapid heating results while providing a safe cook space. They use magnetic induction that will only generate heat directly to compatible cookware. In doing so, heat is evenly distributed and leaves a cool-to-the-touch surface.
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