Westinghouse Gas Cooktops
For generations, Westinghouse has been manufacturing high-quality home appliances including refrigerators, microwaves and cooktops. When you purchase a major appliance, you expect it to last for years, and with a Westinghouse product, you have the confidence that it will. There are many features that may or may not be on the unit you choose. For example, if you like to cook with high heat, look for a cooktop with a high-powered wok burner that provides at least 14.4 MJ/h power when you use it at the highest setting.Why Gas?
Consumers have two options when looking at Westinghouse stainless steel cooktops. Do you want to use electric or gas to do your daily cooking? There are many pros and cons to both type of units, but with gas cooktops, you have better control over the heat. You're able to set the precise temperature you need to cook your meal.Size
The two basic sizes for Westinghouse ceramic glass cooktops are 60 and 90 cm. If you have space, bigger is better. With more workspace, you have the option to get an additional fifth burner to get your cooking done faster to get you out of the kitchen and back with your family.Control Knobs
The majority of cooktops have the control panel in the front to make it easier on the chef to adjust the heat during the cooking process. However, depending on the layout of the unit itself the control knobs may be on either the left- or the right-hand side. There is no right or wrong place for the controls it's a matter of personal preference and what works best with your cooking style.Features
Westinghouse designs burners with cast iron trivets for greater pan and pot stability, which makes it easy to move the pots from one burner to another. When it comes to your family safety look for a unit with the FamilySafe flame failure device, which immediately shuts off the gas supply if the flame unexpectedly extinguishes.