Whirlpool Electric Cooktops
Electric cooktops from Whirlpool help lessen the workload in the kitchen and makes it easy to prepare delicious meals. Unlike gas models, these stoves use electricity as a heat source and are more energy efficient. Electric cooktops are available in two types of models, with a smooth top surface and with coil elements.
Electric cooktops with coil burners can have up to 4 zones, making it possible to cook multiple dishes at once. The high speed coil elements can quickly reach high temperatures, so you won’t have to wait long for oil to heat up when it comes to frying foods. Messy spills will be the least of your concern. Each burner includes a chrome drip bowl below which will catch sauces that have bubbled over pots. Knobs are even dishwasher-safe for effortless clean-ups. The hot surface indicator lights will illuminate if the cooking surface is too hot to touch, making burnt fingers a thing of the past.
Easily slide pots and pans from one zone to the next on the smooth top surface of Whirlpool electric cooktops. They can have up to 5 elements that allow for various cooking techniques. Finished foods no longer will be served cold. They can be kept on the low-powered keep warm zone element until they’re ready to serve with the entire meal. From small pots to larger pans, the FlexHeat dual radiant element can accommodate cookware of various sizes for even heating. If messy spills do occur, the easy-wipe ceramic glass is only a few wipes from being sparkling clean.
Whirlpool electric cooktops can be placed regarding how you operate in the kitchen. They are available in sizes that range from a compact 15” up to a standard 36” width. Some can be installed over a built-in single wall oven, along with ADA compliant cooktops that allow virtually everyone to create endless possibilities.
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