There is a reason why so many professional chefs choose gas cooking: control. Wolf takes that control up a notch with the six innovative burners on its 48" sealed burner rangetop. Each burner has both an upper and a lower tier of flames. The upper flame ports deliver maximum heat up to 20,000 Btu for restaurant-quality sears and faster boils, while the lower ports turn down to just a breath of flame for delicate simmers and melts. There's also a charbroiler for searing steaks, chops and burgers to juicy perfection.
The professional-quality SRT486C has several other features any cook might appreciate. The porcelain-coated, cast iron top grates are continuous, so you can move pans around without lifting them off the surface. Signature red control knobs allow infinite control of the burners. Heavy-duty stainless steel exterior cleans easily, and beautifully complements other Wolf and Sub-Zero appliances. It's precision gas cooking that fits easily into almost any kitchen design.Maintain control with six dual-stacked burners
Maintain control with six dual-stacked burners that go from 20,000 Btu down to a mere breath of flameSimmer and Melt Sauces
Simmer and melt sauces, soups, and marinades easily with the lower tier of the dual-stacked burner
- Maintain control with six dual-stacked burners
- Simmer and Melt Sauces
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Purchase a qualifying Sub-Zero and Wolf appliance package and receive your choice of three years additional protection for extra piece of mind, or a $1,000 rebate. Each additional Sub-Zero, Wolf, Cove, or Asko qualifying product purchased earns one point toward free Wolf Gourmet products. Offer Expires: 12/31/2019 | Must be claimed online or via mail-in form by 1/31/2020. Rebate form must be postmarked by 1/31/2020.
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