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- Two-burner electric cooktop with 230V operation
- Smooth black ceramic glass surface offers easy cleanup and modern style
- Includes push-to-turn knobs and heat indicator light for safer use
- Made in Europe
SUMMIT CR2220 is a two-burner 230V electric cooktop that brings outstanding value to kitchen counters. Made from Eurokera ceramic glass, the CR2220 offers modern style and convenience with an easy-to-clean jet black cooking surface. Two 1200W radiant elements feature a 6" diameter, manufactured by E.G.O. of Germany. Push-to-turn control knobs provide infinite heat control. A residual heat light indicates when the surface is still hot. This unit is made in Europe and designed to fit common counter cutouts that are 11 1/8" wide by 19 1/8" long. An identical model is available with 115V operation (see the CR2110). Also available with one and three burners, SUMMIT CR electric cooktop series offers top performance in a quality design. NOTE: This unit requires professional installation.
- Smooth black surface made from Eurokera glass: Easy cleanup and elegant style on a smooth ceramic glass surface
- Two heating elements: 2 1200W burners, each with 6" diameter and manufactured for SUMMIT by E.G.O. of Germany, considered by many to be the finest in the world
- Push-to-turn controls: Prevents accidents by requiring a small amount of force to turn on cooktop heat
- Residual heat indicator light: Indicates when surface is still hot to touch
- Designed for built-in installation: Fits counter cutout sizes that are 11 1/8" wide by 19 1/8" deep
- ADA compliant design: Upfront controls and easy-to-operate knobs offer easier accessibility
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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