Product code: 89014532
The 60cm wide Stoves SGH600C gas hob is moulded from one piece of steel. Its stunning flat design combines great design with easy cleaning, and has matt cast iron pan supports. With easy reach front controls with automatic ignition. Flame failure safety cut-out.
Please note: there should be a minimum height clearance of 75cm between a gas hob and the cooker hood above it.
The maximum current in amperes the switch will carry continuously. Please consult a qualified electrician for power supply wiring requirements and to see if this product is compatible with your home.
- Aperture needed
The size of the hole needed for the appliance to fit. May be slightly larger than the physical dimensions of the item to allow for pipes, cables, ventilation etc.
- W55.5 x D48.5cm
- Burner Power
Heat output of each burner; the higher the kilowatt, the hotter and more powerful the burner. More powerful burners will help to replicate cooking techniques such as stir fry cooking
- 2x 2, 1x 3, 1x 1kW
- Cable Included
- Control Position
- H4 x W58 x D51cm
- Eligible for International Delivery
- Stainless steel
- Flame failure safety device
Flame failure safety device
Shuts off the gas supply to the burner if the flame is accidentally extinguished
- Fuel Type
- Hob Fuel
- Hob type
- Gas Hob
- Ignition Type
Jet Flame ignition: ignites a jet of gas along the side of the burner as the gas control is turned on. Independent Direct Ignition: every burner lights independently letting you to cook on any one instantly
- Model name / number
- Number of Burners
- Pan Supports
- Cast Iron
- Plug Included
- Residual Heat Indicator
- Touch Control
From a small company in the heart of northern England to one of the largest manufacturers in Europe..
Throughout the 1920s and early '30s Stoves developed a reputation for manufacturing excellence, producing oil powered stoves and a range of camping stoves which remain popular with collectors today.
However, innovation really began with the arrival of new owners - Falk, Stadelmann & Co of Farringdon Road, London - who had built a reputation for themselves during wartime for manufacturing lighting, cooking and heating appliances.
Stoves' love affair with cooking started on Valentine's Day 1920 and almost 100 years later, it's still going strong.More from Stoves