1. Panel 0.7mm thickness,back shell 0.6mm thickness
2. Valve : CE& copper & adjustable
3. Ignition needle high temperature resistant up to 180 ℃
4. Speical own burner design with 3/5 nozzles
5. Stainless steel combustion chamber, it high temperature resistance, it will not deform
6. Metal knob made by kirsite
Built-in type Gas Cooker
Number of Burner
Matetial of Cooktop
Cold Rolled Steel
Place of Origin
1. How to choose a gas stove?
Gas cooktops: Both home and professional cooks have valued gas stovetops because of the how uniform the heat output is. An open flame surrounds the bottom of your cookware, which evenly distributes the heat around it. This heat output is measured in BTUs (British thermal units). Like electric models, the power range varies from model to model, but the output generally falls somewhere between 5,000 BTUs for low heat on a small burner and 18,000 BTUs for high heat on a large burner. We've seen burners on high-end ranges get as low as 800 BTUs and as high as 20,000 BTUs. If you're a speedy cook, be aware that our cooking tests show gas cooktops tend to take longer to boil large pots of water than electric or induction cooktops.
2. How to clean a glass top stove?
1) Wiping down the stove after every use helps a lot, but it is way too easy to wander off while waiting for those burners to finally cool down and cooked on sugar becomes an immediate eyesore.
Getting your smooth cook top back to its showroom shine will admittedly take a little elbow grease, but it doesn't take much money. Instead of spending money on expensive products, white vinegar and baking soda will get the job done. Although combining baking soda and vinegar will produce that great science fair volcano fizz, it isn't the most effective way to clean. We will use these powerhouses of cleaning separately.
2) With all burners cool, spray the surface of your glass top with white vinegar and wipe with a damp cloth to remove any surface debris and degrease the surface. Any surface cleaner will get the job done here, but vinegar is inexpensive and is always on hand.
3) Sprinkle baking soda over the entire top. Baking soda is a great natural cleaner because this mild alkali helps breakdown grit and grime more easily and the mild abrasive quality will make scrubbing more effective without scratching the glass.
4) Fill a bucket (or the sink) with hot water and drop an old bath towel in to dampen.