Modular Cooking Systems
Modular cooking systems have been around for quite a while, but it seems that there’s always something new to talk about. Bertazzoni has introduced a unique series of segmented cooktops that makes it possible to combine a versatile dual burner cooktop module, with an electric griddle, and a two element induction module. Customers can mix and match modules to get just the right combination of modules for their specific cooking styles in a single 36″ cooktop.
Many luxury brands offer various modular cooking solutions. Wolf, Miele, and Gaggenau have individual cooking modules. Jenn-Air offers modular cartridges that go with a downdraft venting system. We’ll be covering some of these other modular systems in upcoming blogs.
In the meantime, feel free to consult the experts at Universal Appliance and Kitchen Center for answers to all your cooktop concerns.
Universal Appliance and Kitchen Center
12025 Ventura Blvd. Ste B-105
Studio City, CA 91604
PH 877 696-2987
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