A Thermador kitchen is more luxurious, more efficient and more beautiful than any other kitchen. Because for seven decades, Thermador has been at the forefront of fusing the art and science of design and ingenuity. From introducing the first built-in oven almost 50 years ago to revolutionizing gas cooktops with the patented Star Burner; and from designing the first retractable downdraft ventilation system to advancing speed cooking technology; Thermador has helped transform the American kitchen.
Unlike many other manufacturers, they developed their own proprietary induction technology to ensure these cooktops meet their strict standards for quality, precision, durability and performance. There are a variety of models to choose from, including All-induction models and Hybrid Electric/Induction models, which combine induction elements with conventional electric heating elements. They're also introducing their new Silver Mirrored finish for those who want a bold, striking alternative that goes perfectly with stainless steel appliances.
The surface of an induction cooktop stays cooler to the touch, making it safer than traditional cooktops.
SLEEK MIRRORED FINISH
A new sleek Silver Mirrored finish and flush-to-countertop design seamlessly integrates with other stainless steel appliances.
EASY TO CLEAN
Since only the pan is heated, spills do not bake or crust onto the cooktop and can be easily wipe off.
Induction technology allows instantaneous temperature changes as the power level is adjusted, making it as responsive and as flexible as gas cooktops, which is why induction is the cooktop of choice by professional chefs.
MORE ACCURATE SIMMERING
The ultimate heating precision of induction coupled with our proprietary 10-step power micro-adjustments between zero and 25% provides superior performance over the widest range of simmering needs.
Induction cooktops heat 50% faster than traditional gas cooktops, and Thermador's heats even faster thanks to the PowerBoost feature.
The PowerBoost feature allows the maximum power rating of an element to be exceeded, bringing foods to the highest temperature desired in the shortest period of time.
Since induction cooktops apply energy directly to the pan itself, they don't waste heat like radiant or gas systems and achieve a much higher efficiency rating than other cooktops.