Gas Hob GPC-3+1

Thorough gas combustion (at about 800 °C), pulse burner heating and “free heat storage zones” reduce gas consumption by 30-50% compared to traditional gas stoves.

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Design

This is the most popular model of our built in gas hobs models. Its dimensions are 580x495x110mm, it is adjusted to standard 60cm-wide cupboards, which makes it ideal for family cooking. This is further supplemented with lack of open flame and 12V power supply and the possibility to use nearly every type of gas (even LPG).

GPC-3 consists of three gas burners and one heat zone – this “free burner” is located on the channel discharging the fumes into the vent, which allows reusing the energy without consuming any more gas and allows heating up food during the operation of the larger or/and medium burner.

The GPC-3 ceramic hobs make up a structure that combines savings, comfort of use, and easy cleaning.

Solgaz hobs do not require special pots while cooking dishes (the single exception are aluminum pots, which are never to be used on any type of ceramic hobs).

Details

  • Special burners/gas rings are hidden under ceramics, thus the ceramic cooktop looks nice and is easier to clean
  • It works on almost any type of gas and it uses it up to 50% less than the traditional cooker
  • The cooktops of the gas-under glass type we produce already for 13 years, so we know what we are doing.
  • The Solgaz company has created this technologyIn addition to traditional protection against gas leakage (as in conventional cookers), we install still additional – electronic protective devices

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Installation

The tabletop, where you intend to install the gas hob must be screwed onto the cupboard. In order to install the stove, make an opening 470x310mm. Please remember to provide a steady airflow from the hob.

A precise description of installation and mounting is presented in the images below:

Installing the stove over the oven:

Side view             –             Back view

1 – Vents
2 – Vent grid

Connecting the hob to gas network is done the same way as in traditional stoves – you will need an authorized gas specialist, who checks the tightness of the connection and stamp the warranty.

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