Dacor Classic 36" Gas Cooktop, Stainless Steel - Liquid Propane

Item: 8294 | Model: SGM365SLP
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Dacor Classic 36" Gas Cooktop, Stainless Steel - Liquid Propane


Dacor Classic 36" Gas Cooktop, Stainless Steel - Liquid Propane

$1,029.00

Reg Price $1,029.00



02208294000
 
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This model is for Liquid Propane Only. This model is Liquid Propane (LP) and recommended for installation below 4,000 feet elevation. Liquid Propane models are non-convertible. Our high-output sealed gas burners and extra-wide continuous platform grates provide the speed, precision, and control needed for any type of cooking, even with oversized pots and pans.

  • A sealed one-piece cooktop spill basin features a Dacor exclusive bead-blasted finish, which protects the surface from scratches and makes daily clean-up easier than ever.
  • Perma-Flame™ Technology instantly re-ignites your flame to its exact former level for uninterrupted, hassle-free cooking.
  • Smart Flame™ Technology is an innovative Dacor feature that reduces flame output under each grate finger, protecting the finish and longevity of the platform grates.
  • 5 Sealed Gas Burners
  • Blue "On" Indicator Light
  • Perma-Flame™ Instant Reignition
  • Smart Flame™ Temperature Management
  • Brass Valves
  • 3 Continuous Platform Grates: one 12-inch wide and two 11-inch wide
  • Bead-Blasted Spill-Basin
  • Sealed Cooktop Spill-Basin
  • Raised Ventilation Compatible
  • Designed and Manufactured in California, USA

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