Brown Stove Works offers a wide selection of American-made household cooktops built for long-lasting durability in space-challenged kitchens.
The SEL05 is a 30" wide 220-240V electric cooktop designed to fit 28 3/8" wide x 18 5/8" deep cutouts. It features a porcelain surface in a retro bisque finish for a classic look, with a recessed design that helps to contain spills. Side-located push-to-turn knobs offer easy and safe use, with an indicator lights to show when the cooktop is on.
- Made in the USA: Designed and constructed domestically
- Classic fit: 28 3/8" W x 18 5/8" D counter cutouts
- Porcelain cooking surface: Scratch-resistant top in a classic bisque finish
- Coil elements: Traditional design offers reliable heating and strong durability for everyday use
- High Temperature Burners
- 8" burner: Larger element is ideal for heating wider pots and pans
- Three 6" burners: Standard burners accommodate most heating needs
- Chrome drip bowls: Each coil element includes a removable chrome pan to catch spills for easier cleanup
- Recessed top: Curved design helps to contain spills on the surface
- Side controls: Cooktop knobs are located on the right side of the cooktop, reducing the risk of accidentally adjusting the heating in busy kitchens
- Push-to-turn controls: Knobs require a small amount of force for added safety
- 220-240V operation: Professional installation required
- Cord not included: Compatible with standard 40 amp 3 or 4-wire range cords
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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