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THOR Kitchen Turns Up The Heat With New Professional Electric Cooktops

Climate-friendly cooktops offer the versatility of natural gas with greater energy efficiency

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THOR Kitchen recently announced the release of new Professional Electric Cooktops that offer powerful, precise heat at the touch of a button. The cooktops are available in a 30-inch size as well as a 36-inch model and feature nine power levels and a high-powered 3,600-watt LightningBoil™ Element. For builders, interior designers and home chefs, THOR Kitchen’s new Professional Electric Cooktops offer increased energy efficiency and a sleek design that perfectly balances style, convenience, and power.

“Cooktops are popular in modern kitchen design because they can be installed in many areas of the kitchen, such as within an island, which opens up valuable counter space for meal prep,” said THOR Kitchen Managing Director Kyle You in a statement. “With sustainability on the forefront of residential design and construction, these new Electric Cooktops offer a modern option for new home builds where all electric is required.”

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Key Features

  • THOR Kitchen’s Professional Electric Cooktops include a high-powered 3,600-watt Lightning Boil™ Element that consists of three rings of varying sizes. Just the 6-inch ring can be activated to heat a small saucepot or all three can be engaged for maximum power output to quickly boil a large pot of water.
  • The Sync Burner allows you to evenly heat large cookware, like griddles or casserole dishes, by synchronizing both left-side elements for up to 3,800 watts of combined output.
  • Each element is equipped with an automatic shut off that activates once cooking is done, offering increased safety and preventing cookware from burning on the bottom.
  • Touch controls allow for more precision when selecting heat levels, while spills and grease easily wipe away from the glass surface.

For more information about THOR Kitchen’s Professional Electric Cooktops, visit

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