Width: 320, 350, 380, 470 mm
Depth: 285, 320, 360 mm
... three-burner hob ideal for small spaces Heat-resistant safety glass lid provides more workspace when closed Easy-to-clean detachable pan grids Safety ignition system COMPACT COOKING The compact Dometic HBG 3440 ...
... minded customers who appreciate protecting their future boating environment. The new design will accommodate a heater lid for boat heating and its coaxial exhaust system provides greatly enhanced wind resistance, maximizing ...
... burner in stainless steel provides a substancial cooking capacity for a compact design. It is particuliary suited for motor-boats and catamarans.• Very compact• Waterproof• Pan holders set includedTECHNICAL FEATURESRef: ...
Width: 285 mm
Depth: 320, 240 mm
Built-in hob in mirror polished stainless steel with 1 burner. There is a special sleeve placed on the top of the unit that is used as a seat for the column type pan-holder.
Single burner glass ceramic hob with integrated panholders
... any galley or kitchen. This revolutionary cooktop offers cooking by temperature or power setting, quick heat dissipation and user-friendly controls. The new patented silicone mat covers the entire cooktop ...
This hot plate is intended for countertop use, equipped with a thermostatic system which gives a fine and infinitely variable temperature selection. It is supplied with a rolling rack, easy to use front mounted control knob with built-in ...
Reference : 2FCOUV Reference with ignition : 2FCOUVA Dimensions : 480 x 370 mm Cut-out dimensions : 440 x 330 mm Output : 2 x 1 700 W Weight : 4,400 kg Ignition : Piezo
The 3 Burner gas cooktops comes with 3 different output burners for ultimate cooking flexibility. This unit is stainless steel and feature thermocouple protection and electronic spark ignition.
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A boat cooktop is an on-board countertop cooking appliance. On NauticExpo these devices are intended for use on leisure craft.Applications
Smooth models are suitable for motor yachts, mulithulls and other vessels with little or no heel. Some versions are equipped with fiddles, bars holding cookware in place. Cooktops are found aboard cruising vessels, where the ability to prepare cooked food is indispensable, and sometimes on day-boats, yacht tenders, runabouts and other small craft.Technologies
These appliances use the same technologies as land models including radiant or halogen vitro-ceramic, induction, gas and even grill-stone. Some only run on 110 or 220 V current, necessitating an on-board generator or cooking with access to shore power. Most feature up to four burners, though certain yacht galleys have six.How to choose
Consider the number of individuals to be served and the type of cooking to be done. A single burner can be enough to cook pasta for a family. Those who enjoy cooking will want at least two, enabling preparation of a couple of dishes simultaneously. Verify that there is sufficient counter space. The distance between burners should be appropriate for the size of the cookware. Induction models can be used only with stainless steel pots and pans.
- Unsuitable for boats which heel
- High electric energy consumption
- Certain models heat slowly
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