- 2 Elements, 6.5" - 7.5", 1300W - 1800W
- Instantly heats to cook in half the time of standard ranges
- Smooth Schott Ceran surface
- Dimensions (WHD): 13.38" x 2.25" x 20.5"
The SINC2B120 is an FCC approved 120V 1800W induction cooktop designed for built-in installation in cutouts sized from 12 3/8 to 12 9/16" W x 19 7/8 to 20 1/16" D. It also ships with four rubber feet that allow you to use the cooktop as a freestanding unit. A three-prong cord is included.
The SINC2B120 features a genuine Schott Ceran glass surface, ensuring easy cleanup with an attractive, modern look. Touch controls are located towards the front of the cooktop to prevent users from reaching over a hot surface. The rear 1800W burner can operate at eight different power settings, while the front 1300W burner offers six power levels. Please refer to the user manual for more information about using the burners at the same time.
Designed for the highest quality cooking experience, the SINC2B120 is fully equipped for safety. Because induction technology utilizes magnetized energy that begins inside the cooking vessel, the temperature of the cooktop surface does not get nearly as hot as traditional gas or electric elements. Additional safety features include a child lock, automatic safety switch-off, and a residual heat indicator. Beveled edges blend seamlessly into the counter.
Each purchase of an SINC2B120 includes a complimentary set of Summit Induction Cookware. This 7-piece collection includes three pots with heat-resistant glass lids and one 9 1/2" skillet. All are constructed with a triple layer bottom, with an aluminum core layered between stainless steel to provide cooking contents with even heat distribution. Safe for use on induction, gas, and electric heat surfaces as well as use in dishwashers and ovens.
NOTE: Because induction cooking requires magnetic energy, your cookware must be made of cast iron, steel, or magnetic stainless steel. Materials that will not work include aluminum, copper, and non-magnetic stainless steel. Many of your current pots and pans may already be induction-friendly. In order to determine if your cookware will work on an induction surface, simply place a magnet (such as one hanging on your refrigerator) on the bottom of the pan. If the magnet sticks, the pan will cook.