A futuristic cooktop for the modern kitchen.
July 14th, 2010
This 74cm Gas Cooktop from Smeg’s latest Linear range is testament to the brand’s commitment to cutting edge design and technology.
Smeg’s signature use of satin stainless steel along with luminescent silverglass gives a kitchen space a work of art without the need for additional accessories and accents.
Not only is the PVS750A cooktop avant-garde in its design, it is also a technological masterpiece with unique Smeg vertical flame technology.
For additional safety in use, each flame corresponds to an LED that illuminates the relevant control knob.
For further peace of mind, all of Smeg’s cooktops are equipped with flame failure devices, which intuitively shut off the gas if a flame goes out.
Other features of this groundbreaking cooktop include 5 gas/wok burners – 1 ultra rapid triple wok, 1 rapid, 2 semi rapid and 2 auxillary – as well as front Linear control knobs and flushmount fitment to benchtop for a sleek finish.
Silverglass framed in Satin Stainless Steel requiring minimal maintenance, polycarbonate control knobs, cast iron trivets and burner caps. (Cast-iron trivet feet are optional.)
H2mm x W740mm x D510mm (2mm platform height above bench, 56mm height below bench)
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