Waring Pro 120-Volt Countertop Burner
Whether used as an extra cooking surface or for light duty in the kitchen, an extra burner is a welcome addition to
any cook's tools. The Waring Pro Countertop Burner always comes in handy when you’re cooking for a crowd. The flat
surface is easy to clean and the brushed stainless housing looks great on the counter. Its low profile fits on any
Perfect for parties and holidays, the Waring Pro Countertop Burner provides extra countertop cooking options. The
durable cast-iron burner plates and brushed stainless steel housing fit into today's busy modern kitchens and give you
the versatility you need.
Waring Pro 120-Volt Countertop Double BurnerThis double burner has 1800 watts of power: 1300-watt large plate and
500-watt small plate for quick heat-up. Waring Pro 120-Volt Countertop Double Burner A countertop blender always
comes in handy when cooking for crowds!
* Brushed stainless steel housing
* 1300-watt large plate (on both Double and Single Burners) and 500-watt small plate (on Double Burner only) for quick
* Independent adjustable thermostats with On and Ready indicator lights
* Heavy-duty cast iron plates
* Nonslip rubber feet
Operating the Countertop Burner
Be certain that your extra burner is resting level on the counter top. There is one burner-ring on the SB30 and two
burner rings on the DB60. The large burner plates are rated at 1300 watts. The smaller burner is rated at 500 watts. Use
the larger burner for fast cooking, such as boiling water, and use the smaller burner for simmering or warming. Note:
Avoid using pans that are unstable and easily tipped.
Before a burner is used for the first time, it should be heated up at maximum setting for approximately 4 minutes
without a pot. This will burn off any residues on the burner plates. The burner may smoke the first time it is used –
this is normal, and the smoke will burn off within a few minutes.Cast iron hobs have the benefit of providing uniform
heat across the cooking surface and maintaining constant temperatures. The disadvantage of cast iron is that it takes
longer to heat up. If a larger quantity of water is used particularly on the smaller hob, it may give the impression
that it does not heat up well.
Care and Cleaning
Reasonable care will ensure many years of service from your unit. Use a damp, soft cloth or sponge to clean the
surface of the solid burners, burner rings, nonskid feet and housing unit. Never use harsh abrasive or steel wool pads
on any part of the burner as they may scratch the surface or damage the unit.
For easy cleaning, the burners are sealed. Do not attempt to separate burners from the unit. Use a damp, soft cloth
or sponge to clean the surface of the solid burners, burner rings, nonskid feet and housing unit. Never use harsh
abrasive or steel wool pads on any part of the burner as they may scratch the surface or damage the unit.