By definition, a gas range is an appliance used in your kitchen to cook using natural gas, petroleum gas (butane, propane) or coal gas. The gas is first diluted and then mixed with air through an injector. It then burns at the outlet according to the amount of air injected into the mixture.
If you’re lucky enough to have a gas connection in your kitchen, you’ll certainly want to consider the different options available for gas ranges. The base models do an excellent job of heating food while the more high-end models offer burners for simmering or quickly reaching a very high temperature, allowing you to easily prepare a sauce and an appetizer at the same time.
If you tend to cook multiple dishes separately, you’ll be delighted with Bertazzoni’s largest models. And if you like to take charge in the morning, you’ll love how this stove has a dedicated griddle space for preparing silky-soft crepes or crispy bacon.
You’ll also notice that Bertazzoni appliances also have useful cleaning features, and their pilot-less ignition allows for a trouble-free start. Plus, you can sleep easy. Even though the rings must be heated to let the gas out, once the flames go out, their mechanism—which cools back down—cuts the gas off, preventing any accidents.