Culinarian gas Range Tops put the power of the the most powerful and efficient burners on the market into a hand crafted seamless beautiful design. Built in the USA Culinarian Range Tops will complete your dream kitchen.
Model Number: CGRT604BG2
Configuration: 6 Open Burners, 12" BBQ Grill Burner and 12" Thermo-Griddle™
Burner Type: Open
Range Fuel: Gas
Utility Type: All GasRangetop features
- Five 25, 000 BTU open style burners turn down to a True Simmer
- One 8,000 BTU Small Pan Burner turns down to an extra low simmer
- 12 inch wide 18,000 BTU BBQ Grill Burner with Cast Iron Porcelain Coated Grates Hybrid Radiants and Stainless Steel Cover
- 12 inch wide 18,000 BTU Stainless Steel Griddle Plate with Thermostatic Control and Stainless Steel Cover
- Stay-Cool™ die cast, chrome plated metal knobs
- Professional stye heavy duty cast iron grates with easy to clean matte porcelain finish
- Full extension Drip Trays on EZ-Glides
- Flush Island trim
- All burner have auto ignition and re-ignition
- Cabernet Red trim available as an accessory
||64" W x 20" H x 32" D
||59-7/8" W 8-1/4" H 27-1/8" D
||120 VAC, 3 Prong with dedicated ground
|Gas Connections :Natural Gas
||1/2" NPT Male
|7" WC input pressure (max. allowable pressure
||1/2 psi), 4" WC Pressure Regulator provided
||1/2" NPT Male
|11" WC input pressure (max. allowable pressure
||1/2 psi), 10" WC Pressure Regulator provided
|Cutout Dimension:Standard Installation
||58-15/16" W x 23-1/8" D. No bottom platform required. 9" min. clearance to drawers
Energy Star Rated:
Professional delivery and installation is available for every product we sell. We would be happy to coordinate delivery and installation for you.
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