Appearance Color: Black Cooktop: Cooktop Fuel Type: Electric Style: Smoothtop Surface Color: Black
Burner Output Griddle: No Grill: No Set 1 Output: 3600 Set 1 QTY: 1 Set 2 Output: 2400 Set 2 QTY: 1 Set 3 Output: 1800 Set 3 QTY: 2 Set 4 Output: 1400 Set 4 QTY: 1
Dimensions Actual Depth: 21 9/16" Actual Height: 3 1/4" Actual Width: 37" Cutout Depth: 20 1/2" Cutout Height: 3 1/4" Cutout Width: 35 1/2"
Function Burners: 5 Control Type: Touch Sensor Downdraft Venting: No Hot Surface Indicator Light: Yes Induction: Yes Sabbath Mode: No
Technical Details Amps: 50 Modules Required: No Voltage: 240/208 Volts
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Kitchenaid KICU568SBL Architect Series II
36" Induction Cooktop with 5 Cooking Zones, Performance Boost Function and Electronic Touch Controls
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A kitchen is worth sharing. In your kitchen, everyone is part of the cooking process. Whether they're offering an idea to stir things up or the first to volunteer a taste test, your friends and family are always invited to join you. That's why you take special care in choosing appliances that help shape the heart of your home. KitchenAid appliances showcase thoughtful design elements and responsive performance features that blend seamlessly to create a unique cooking experience.
The new Architect Series II suite introduces consistent design features across the line such as redesigned handles that are easier to grip, soft blue lighting and their SatinGlide System. These easy-to-use features extend seamlessly from the refrigerator to the oven to the dishwasher creating a suite of appliances that are designed to work together.
What is Induction Cooking?
Induction cooking is an advanced cooking technology that uses electromagnetic energy to generate instant heat to the cookware. This provides faster heating times while using less energy that a conventional cooktop. With induction, the ceramic-glass surface stays cooler because heat is transferred directly to the cookware - not through the cooktop surface. Induction technology provides immediate response so heat can be increased or decreased quickly.
The Proof is in the Performance. KitchenAid induction cooktops are so responsive that they can quickly go from boil to simmer. Induction technology provides a more time and engery-efficient cooking method than gas or electronic cooktops. Induction technology helps make the ceramic-glass surface easy to clean - spills don't burn onto the cooktop. Sleek, integrated touch-activated electronic controls offer nine heat-level settings from keep warm to performance boost.
Induction technology offers incredible speed, precise control, and enhanced energy efficiency
9 heat-level settings provide various levels of heat to achieve precise temperatures for optimal cooking results
Performance boost function increases the temperature level above heat setting 9 to bring liquids to a rapid boil
11 in./7 in. dual-zone induction element offers two element sizes in one location for enhanced vesatility and flexibility
8 in., 6 in., and two 7 in. single induction elements provide the ability to use different sizes of cookware at the same time
Pan size detection provides feedback on whether pan size is suitable for element
Keep warm function provides a low temperature at which foods can be kept warm while others finish cooking