The 30" Gas Cooktop (CT30G) has been discontinued. Limited quantities of this model may be available through a local Sub-Zero and Wolf dealer . Wolf introduced four new models of gas cooktops in December 2013, featuring two new design styles. Learn more . At higher settings, the dual stacked burner design uses its 15,000 Btu upper-level burner for maximum heat transfer. Merely turn down the illuminated knob and the lower-tier burners deliver fine-tuning control and True Simmer. This patented feature allows you to have the slightest of flame and enjoy a simmer with no boiling or scorching.
- Shipping Weight (lbs): 50
- CSA certified for US and Canada
- Stainless steel top construction, available in classic stainless steel
- Four dual-stacked, sealed burners with automatic reignition on all settings
- One large 15,000 Btu/hr sealed burner with 950 Btu/hr delivered at simmer
- One medium 12,000 Btu/hr sealed burner with 800 Btu/hr delivered at simmer
- Two small 9,200 Btu/hr sealed burners with 300 Btu/hr delivered at simmer
- Individual spark ignition system
- True Simmer setting on all burners
- Illuminated control panel with two-tiered control knobs
- Low-profile cast iron continuous burner grates with matte porcelain finish
- Seamless drawn burner pan
- This appliance is certified by Star-K to meet strict religious regulations in conjunction with specific instructions found on www.star-k.org.
Offer Expires: 7/1/2018 to 6/30/2019 |
Must be postmarked by: 7/30/2019
Purchase a qualifying full size Subzero Refrigerator and a qualifying Wolf Range or Wall Oven and Rangetop and receive 3 additional years of protection or qualify for a $1,000 rebate. Rebate form must be postmarked by 7/30/2019.
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