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Viking 30" Gas Cooktop, Natural Gas

by Viking
List price: $2249.00 Price: $1929.00 Buy Now

Features:
  • Permanently Sealed Burners High Performance Commerical-Type Burners SureSpark Ignition System

Product description

Please give us a call at 855-484-3292 to speak to our appliance experts about pricing, manufacturer rebates, delivery options, and whole kitchen package discounts. Features: Permanently Sealed Burners: Sealed burners and brass burner rings with the highest BTU rating in the industry make this a high end choice for your kitchen High Performance Commercial-Type Burners: A powerful 18,000 BTU burner can handle large dishes and brings water to a boil in a snap SureSpark™ Ignition System: Automatic electric light ignition lights in any knob position and re-lights in case the burner goes out Simmer Settings: All burners have simmer settings for handling delicate sauces and keeping other items warm ScratchSafe™ Grate Design: Proper placement of grates is ensured, reducing scratching on the cooktop For liquid propane installations Specifications: Back Left Burner BTU: 12000 Back Right Burner BTU: 8000 Burner Style: Sealed Depth: 21" Front Left Burner BTU: 18000 Front Right Burner BTU: 6000 Gas Type: Liquid Propane Griddle: No Height: 4-1/2" Ignition Type: Electronic Middle Burner BTU: 12000 Number Of Burners: 5 Width: 30-3/4"Product Variations: VGSU5305B: 30 Inch Wide Natural Gas Cooktop with 5 Burners VGSU5305BLP (This Model): 30 Inch Wide Liquid Propane Gas Cooktop with 5 Burners VGSU5366B: 36 Inch Wide Natural Gas Cooktop with 6 Burners VGSU5366BLP: 36 Inch Wide Liquid Propane Gas Cooktop with 6 Burners



Viking 36" Gas Cooktop, Natural Gas

by VIKING
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Features:
  • .SureSpark Ignition
  • .6 Sealed Burners
  • .Continuous Grates

Product description

Commercial-Type Cooking PowerGas 36 Wide Cooktop Left front 18 000 BTU highLeft rear 10 000 BTU highCenter/Center front 12 000 BTU highCenter rear 12 000 BTU highRight front 6 000 BTU highRight rear 8 000 BTU highHighest combined BTU rating in the industry featuring sealed burners with brass burner rings in a wide variety of sizesPowerful 18 000 BTU burner delivers commercial power for high heat sauteing rapid boiling and quick recoverySimmer settings on all burners allows low BTU output for heating delicate saucesEXCLUSIVE SureSpark ? Ignition System ensures automatic ignition/re-ignition should flame extinguish at any time while cookingSafe-Easy OperationChild proof push-to-turn metal knobs for safe useAutomatic electric spark ignition means no standing pilot to re-light waste energy or add extra heat to the kitchenEXCLUSIVE ScratchSafe ? Grate Design provides ultimate protection from scratches and ensures proper placement of the heavy-duty porcelain-coated cast iron grateEasy Maintenance and CleanupUpdated commercial-type styling incorporates refined detailingPermanently sealed burners prevent spills from entering burner boxDeep seamless recessed burner pan retains liquid spillsDurable laser-etched graphics withstand the rigors of regular cleaningRemovable knobs grates and burner ports/caps make cleanup easyReplaces Most Ordinary CooktopsOverall/burner box dimensions designed to fit virtually all 36 wide cooktop cutoutsOptional AccessoriesWRGVGC Porcelain-coated cast iron wok ring fits securely over grates to accommodate a traditional wokPGDVGC Portable non-stick cast aluminum griddle fits securely onto grates for griddling or defrosting foodLPKVGC LP/Propane Conversion KitNATVGC Natural Gas Conversion KitNKHAVGC High Altitude Natural Gas Conversion KitExclusive FinishesAvailable in Stainless Steel Model NumbersVGSU5366BSS 36 W. Gas Cooktop; six burners








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Las Vegas Review-Journal

Henderson mansion features theater, pub, salon-gym combo — PHOTOS 03/09/15, via Las Vegas Review-Journal

The kitchenette has granite and Caesar stone countertops and bronze fixtures; Viking appliances, including cooktop, stove, two (each) refrigerators, freezers and ovens. The backyard is eminent enough that it has a vast view of Las Vegas and the Dragon

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Binghamton man invents rotating gas burner 02/27/15, via Press & Sun-Bulletin

This summer, Krohn plans to show off the burner and, if all goes according to blueprint, meet with appliance companies, such as Viking Range. Krohn has also had talks with “Shark Tank” producers and isn't ruling out an appearance on the show in the near future.

Viking Pro-Taste 36" Gas Cooktop Video Tour (VGSU1646BSS)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uHrsa7p3An0&feature=youtube_gdata

eliteappliance. com/Viking/VGSU1646B. ref=48004 for more details. In this Viking Skilled Series cooktop review video, Elite Appliance.

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Remodeling 101: The Viking vs. Wolf Go

The offerings in prompt-style ranges for the home kitchen have multiplied over the years, but two of the standard bearers still reign: Viking and Wolf. Similar in price points, features, and cooking power, they seem more uniformly than different. As the first brand to bring commercial-type cooking equipment into the home, Viking has name recognition as well as a reputation for reliability and blue blood. Also known for high performance in the pro-style market, Wolf challenged Viking with a wider array of high-output burners and heavy-duty components. Viking has upped its cooking power. And Wolf has introduced a few features where it in the same instant fell short, such as a self-cleaning oven. Are you already a Viking or Wolf devotee. Above: Viking was the range of choice in a kitchen by Commune. “We wanted it to bleed for like a chef’s kitchen, with a touch of the industrial,” the designers say. For a full view, see Steal This Look: An Exotic Tiled Kitchen by LA Design Unwavering Commune. How are Viking and Wolf ranges alike. Both are American made, offer gas and dual-fuel pro-style ranges in sizes from 30 to 60 inches widespread, have self-cleaning ovens, burners with high BTUs, and are available with different burner configurations. Even Consumer Reports offers similar reviews of the two brands, praising their burner auto-reignition features and low-passion cooktops (a detail where big-powered burners have failed in the past), while criticizing the placement of the oven in... Above: Remodelista's Francesca has a Viking in the galley kitchen of her Brooklyn townhouse (featured in the Remodelista enlist ). She has cooked on both Wolf and Viking ranges, but prefers the latter. "The Wolf definitely lives up to its name: It's fierce, and powerful. maybe a little too tough for me," Francesca says. "I have the Viking, which must have a lower BTU, but it's plenty for me. I've owned three Vikings and two are great, one has some quirks. I would buy a Viking again for the classic design and functionality. What are some of the key differences between Viking and Wolf ranges. On the top of: Don't underestimate the power of Wolf's signature red knobs. Remodelista editor in chief Julie has a six-burner Wolf range in her kitchen on Cape Cod. "This is manner of embarrassing, but I bought it for the cheery red knobs," she says. That said "it's more than 10 years old and I think we've only had to service it once. Wolf ranges are available with red, villainous, or stainless knobs. Viking's latest knobs are stainless (black and white have been offered on some recent models). Both companies offer strong warranties. The Wolf Residential Assurance provides two-year coverage for all parts and labor, along with five-year limited coverage on certain parts. Viking offers a Three-Year Signature Pledge with full coverage for all indoor cooking appliances. Above: Introduced in 2014, the Viking 7 Series ranges feature 23,000-BTU "elevation" burners with gall flame ports adapted from the Viking Commercial product line. They also offer a "VariSimmer" setting for even simmering at low temperatures. Do Wolf and Viking offer a variety of appliances. Wolf and Viking seem to have differing philosophies when it comes to their goods lines. In 2013, Viking became part of the Middleby Corporation, the largest food-service equipment manufacturer in the world. Wolf, meanwhile, is say of Sub-Zero, a third-generation, family-owned company that prides itself on focus: "While other brands divide their attention among everything from trash compactors to vacuum cleaners, Sub-Zero and Wolf persevere a leavings committed to... This is important to consider if you're outfitting your entire kitchen and want to stick to the same brand for either aesthetic or cost reasons (some distributors tender favorable pricing when purchasing suites of appliances). "The reason I got a Wolf the second time around was because we had other Viking appliances that were bad," says Michelle, editor-in-chief in chief of Gardenista. "Those appliances soured us on the brand, even though we thought the Viking stove performed well. Above: A Wolf range surrounded by Shaker cabinets (painted in Benjamin Moore Amherst Gray ) in an LA.

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from Viking Break down Corp. - 03/13/15, via FOR Residential

Designed to fit all but any existing cutout, the Viking Range Professional Gas Cooktops feature sealed burners with brass burner rings in 30" and 36" widths. An 18,000 BTU burner delivers commercial power for altered consciousness-heat sautéing, rapid boiling and quick ...

Remodeling 101: The Viking vs. Wolf Pigeon-hole - 03/12/15, via homes.yahoo.com

Viking offers a Three-Year Signature Commitment with full coverage for all indoor cooking appliances. Above: Wolf ranges have dual-stacked sealed gas burners with two tiers of flames: One delivers cheerful heat; the other comes on for low-heat settings.

LETTINGS: Looking for a dearest-friendly home just right for making the most of the better weather to come? - 02/26/15, via The Press

Here in York, the end of the Viking birthday traditionally signals the end of ... a fully fitted dining kitchen with appliances including gas hob and electric oven, washing machine, dishwasher and fridge freezer. The leader bedroom has an en-suite shower ...

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Viking 6 burner gas cooktop: $300 (retail $1,200+)
Viking 6 burner gas cooktop: $300 (retail $1,200+)
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