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The tops themselves come in different styles including sealed burner, smoothtop, fryer, griddle, grill, and even as a steamer. They are also able to be installed as a cooktop or a rangetop. The gas cooktops have up to six burners and the electric cooktops have up to five elements, all controlled by either a digital display, glides, or knobs. A few models belong to Wolf's premiere Transitional Series.
Among the many features you can enjoy with these cooktops are Wolf's patented dual-stacked sealed burners that can deliver maximum heat for rapid boils and caramelized sears, while the lower tier can go down to the barest flame for gentle simmering or melting. Continuous porcelain-coated cast-iron grates make maneuvering pots and pans effortless. Each burner has a spark ignition system that detects if the flame has gone out while you're cooking and automatically re-ignites it. The smoothtop models have a a hot surface indicator for safety. There a several models with a Sabbath Mode for hands-free operation. And you can have a choice of knob colors-black, stainless steel, or Wolf's trademark red.
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