Among the many choices customers get to make when considering cooktops are the various individual cooking modules that are available. For example Wolf has both gas and electric radiant modules, induction modules, and individual fryers and steamers that call all be lined up to make a complete cooking solution. In the picture below we see a 4 burner gas cooktop with a separate grill module, and a single wok burner.
German manufacturer Miele has some unique cooking modules in 12″ and 15″ wide configurations that they call CombiSets. These modules include a Tepan Yaki Japanese style griddle, induction, gas, boiler/fryer, wok, and barbecue units.
Another German manufacturer, Gaggenau, has a similar collection of modules and offers an exclusive Vario(tm) downdraft unit for ventilation. We’ll be discussing more downdraft option for modular cooking systems in a future blog.
For additional information on modular cooking units contact the experts at Universal Appliance and Kitchen Center for answers to all your cooktop concerns.
Universal Appliance and Kitchen Center
12025 Ventura Blvd. Ste B-105
Studio City, CA 91604
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