Quickly boil water with 22K BTU of power or maintain a gentle simmer at 750 BTU with the all Brass, Dual Valve, Dual Ring Burner
Achieve Even Heat Distribution with 6 Pass, built-in 1400W Griddle. The scratch-resistant, cast-aluminum griddle is coated with a non-stick ceramic surface.
Black and Brass Burner Caps
Comes with two finish options for a customized look
Dacor exclusive Graphite and Silver Stainless Steel finishes bring beauty and style to match any kitchen design or concept.
Warm, sophisticated and welcoming. The glowing Illumina knobs entice participation, inspire the imagination and accentuates the beauty of the product.
Automatically reignites burners if they are accidentally extinguished.
Seamlessly integrate into the SmartThings connected platform, providing an exceptional foundation for an ever growing ecosystem of smart connectivity. Preheat, check the oven temperature, the cooking status and remaining time, all from the comfort of your smartphone.
Auto Connected Hood
Activate and adjust the hood with Bluetooth and ConnectOn auto-responsive technology. Turns on the ventilation in conjunction with the cooktop, and ramps up the speed as necessary.
3 Piece, pressed, forged and knurled aluminum knobs with hand painted finishing provides the weight and heft for smooth and sophisticated operation
Full brass burners with brass caps ensure increased durability and strength, that resists warping at high temperatures and expands the product lifespan. Brass valves and components further improve the longevity and endurance.
The deep, beautiful color of the graphite stainless steel is achieved through arduous electrophoretic deposition and anodizing processes, that ensure a durable, corrosion resistant, consistent and highly transparent result. Each component is handled part by part, ensuring true craftsmanship and artisan detail.
Graphite stainless steel features Dacor exclusive, Diamond Like Carbon coating (DLC), that provide exceptional scratch, heat and stain resistance. A process used in the luxury watch making industry, requires up to 24 hours of labor to effectively produce one component.