This is the smallest of our models. Its dimentions are 13 x 191⁄2 x 41⁄8 which makes it ideal for small apartments, yachts or RVs. It will even fit in a 153⁄4 inch – wide base cabinet or countertop.
GPC-2 has two burners, one “free heat zone” and an integrated, fully electronic touch panel for simple and safe control.
The “free heat zone” sits atop hot fumes channels and requires no gas intake. This gives you additional, free energy from exiting heat.
“Cycle work” means there are breaks in gas combustion and the still-hot burner gives off accumulated heat to the cooktop’s heating zone, so as not to consume gas continuously.
Our patented burners that sit right under ceramic glass and burn at about 1472°F, which is much higher than in regular cooktops – that means removal of retardant gas ingredients so, they don’t leave greasy deposit on cookware and furniture.
No open flame means lower risk of setting fire to your clothes or spilled oil. Even though there is no flame, the burners heat up fast (the hot heating zone changes color to red) and the heat-resistant ceramic glass panel remains strong at high temperatures.
GPC-2 is LPG convertible and in case of power shortages, the cooktop can be powered by an emergency power supply (optional).
It requires no special pots and the smooth ceramic glass surface is very easy to clean.
A combination of cycle work, minimal power consumption (comparable to a small light bulb) and higher temperature gas combustion results in gas consumption reduction by up to 50%* compared to traditional gas cooktops.
* 30-50% depending on how you use it. Generally, the longer the burners are on the bigger the savigs!
Specifications & Installation
|Nominal thermal power||~3 kW|
|Cooktop’s working voltage||12V|
|Power supply voltage||110V|
|Housing degree of protection||IP-40|
|Weight net. (lbs)||16|
|Dimensions (in)||13 x 191⁄2 x 41⁄8 (LxWxH)|
The countertop, where you intend to install the gas cooktop must be firmly attached to the base cabinet. In order to install the cooktop, make an opening 181/2 x 123/16 inches.
Please remember not to obstruct airflow from the vent grids.
A precise description of installation and mounting is presented in the images below:
Installing the cooktop over the oven:
1 – Vents
2 – Vent grid
Connecting the cooktop to a gas network is done the same way as in traditional stoves – you will need a licensed gas installer, who will check connection for gas leaks and stamp the warranty.