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24 Inch Transitional Framed Induction Cooktop with 3 Cooking Zones
Beneath the sleek surface of the Wolf 24″ Induction Cooktop dwells a cooking technology of startling precision and power. With Induction Cooking, electricity flows through a coil, generating a magnetic field under the ceramic glass surface. Once an induction-compatible pan is placed on the cooktop, currents instantaneously generate heat within the pan while the rest of the cooktop remains cool. Precision temperature control is coupled with speed and efficiency – Induction cooktops are up to 40% faster than gas or traditional electric. With flexible cooking configurations, its three elements accommodate a variety of pan sizes and dish preparation. The black ceramic glass surface resists scratching, staining, impact and heat, while the illuminated white LED sliding touch controls are crisp and easy to read.
Faster and Safer, magnetic waves induce heat directly in the pan for quick boiling and intense sears, leaving less heat on the surface.
Elements will not be energized without an induction-compatible pan on the surface.
Glass Ceramic Surface
Easy to clean and stunning to look at this cooktop adds a touch of refinement to any kitchen.
Stainless Steel Frame
Completely surrounds the cooktop surface to complement all other stainless steel appliances.
The induction cooktop boils water faster than gas and has almost instantaneous temperature response.
It delivers lightning fast high heat or steady low heat, with a Melt setting for gentle heat and a true Simmer setting to prevent scorching.
Flexible Cooking Surface
Multiple induction zones and a bridging option combine to create a cooking surface that accommodates a wide variety of pan sizes and dish preparation.
Black Ceramic Glass Surface
The sleek black diamond glass surface is resistant to scratching, staining, impact, and heat, as well as easy to clean. Translucent surface allows you to see the glow of hot elements, for safer use.
With magnetic induction, the cooktop says relatively cool, while the cookware heats up. Safer to operate and easier to clean. No more scraping crusty food off grates, or digging for it in nooks and crannies.