CDS-Design of Munich, Germany, builds their ultra-slim built-in teppan grills with the environment in mind. These eye-catching teppanyaki griddles are made from 60-80% reclaimed and recycled German stainless steel. New energy-saving 230V models draw a mere 7.8 AMP on high. CND teppanyaki grills can be installed into any type of counter material, indoors and outdoors, while eating up less than 2 inch cabinet space height.
Cook-N-Dine, now in its eighth year since the US-launch of the world-wide patented teppanyaki grill from Germany, is offering energy-saving 230 Volt models. Not only do they combine Japanese tradition with clean contemporary lines and excellent workmanship, Cook-N-Dine carries it even further and creates built-in, portable and freestanding teppanyaki units which are virtually indestructible and suitable for indoor and outdoor kitchens.
Made for carefree daily use, all built-in models conveniently double as extra workspace when not in use for cooking, where counter space is at a premium. Sure, the silk-brushed surface will accumulate tiny scratches from use over time. However, contrary to comparable, usually much smaller appliances, these cooktops are constructed from solid, type 304 (V2A), German stainless steel, which speaks for itself and can be buffed up as often as it deems necessary. The Grade 'A' material quality does not discolor, thus staying sleek and beautiful over its complete life span.
And when it is finally time to go, all stainless steel components, including the nuts and bolts, recycle 100% and thus come full circle in terms of sustainability. In short, Cook-N-Dine's teppanyaki-style grills are safe, fast (under 3 minutes warm-up time), reliable, convenient, affordable, energy-efficient and recyclable. What else can you ask for?
Main features and benefits include,
- when on the center gently bows down forming a shallow pit for the fine food juices
- when off it center reverts back to flat to perform as double-duty workspace
- accurate temperature control from 120°F to 430°F for even contact heat
- easy and safe to use, convenient electricity and no open flame
- quick and simple clean-up with just a little plain water while warm
For complete details on the new energy-saving 230V teppan grills, visit Cook-N-Dine for more details.
Posted in Cooktops at December 12, 2010 1:11 PM
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