At Housetrends, we always are on the lookout for what’s hot or trending in the home and garden industries. Recently it was brought to our attention that Wolf has released a 36-inch induction range available for residential use.
“This is the only luxury induction range available in a 36-inch model in the appliance industry,” said Chuck Hiatt, Sales Manager at Appliance Gallery in Dayton, Ohio.
Hiatt added that the uniqueness of this product has created a lot of buzz in the industry.
“Up until now, the only way to get a 36-inch induction cooking surface was with a cooktop that mounts into the counter top,” he said. “A 36-inch induction range with a powerful Wolf oven has been long awaited by kitchen designers and home builders to incorporate into their luxury properties.”
Hiatt explained the differences that set this range apart from the crowd.
“Instead of radiant heating elements, as in an electric range, induction has electromagnetic generators that stimulate molecular movement in the cookware to generate heat. It is more responsive than gas and will boil eight cups of water in two and a half minutes. Induction is also safer than radiant electric because there is no heat until a pan is placed on the cooking surface,” he said. “Once the pan is removed you can place your hand on the element within 60 seconds, after residual heat has dissipated from the glass. No more baked-on, hard-to-clean cooktops.”
Another amazing feature of this product, according to Hiatt, is that you can bridge up to four burners together in any configuration so they are controlled by one button. This allows you to use up to a 24-inch square griddle or other non-standard pan.
Additionally, the Sub-Zero/Wolf name is synonymous with quality. Made in Madison, Wisconsin, these products are the highest quality and engineered to last for decades. Sub-Zero/Wolf also has the highest rated customer service among the many appliance manufacturers.
This fantastic range is on display in the showroom at Appliance Gallery, located at 2601 W. Dorothy Lane in Dayton, Ohio.