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Formerly this was an "interactive" database, wherein you could specify unit nominal width (such as "30 inches"), minimum element count, and maximum current draw. But since we have divided up our presentation of all available unit by nominal countertop width, such an interactive search becomes needless: almost all units of a given width have the same element count and the same current draw, so width alone pretty much determines the whole package.

What this page now does instead is to point out the few exceptions, and a few notable other special categories. Below those listings, which are relatively brief, are links whereby you can jump to a full listing for any given width of unit.

What this page now does instead is to point out the few exceptions, and a few notable other special categories. Below those listings, which are relatively brief, are links whereby you can jump to a full listing for any given width of unit.

Quick page jumps:

The norms of current draw are 40 amps for 30-inch units, 50 amps for 36-inch units, and 15 amps for "domino" units (12" to 15" wide); 24-inch units have no real norm, but there are only a very few of those. Induction-topped ranges normally want 50 amps. Note that in the U.S., circuit capability jumps from 30 amps to 50 amps (wiring capable of 40 amps is a size capable up to 50 amps), so a 40-amp unit requires 50-amp wiring, and so is effectively a 50-amp unit as far as wiring goes. Note also that while 20 amps is a load that does have its own wire size, it is unusual to find such a circuit unless it was expressly called out in a design, and 30 amps will probably otherwise be what is available. Units whose specifications give some odd number of amps have been rounded up to the nearest actual circuit size (relevant sizes in the U.S. are 15 amps, 20 amps, 30 amps, 50 amps, and 65 amps, which last is monster-sizing).

Though we say 15 amps is "normal" for "domino" units, they split almost evenly between 15-amp and 20-amp types, but we had to settle on something as "normal". Likewise, there is no "normal" for 42-inch units (of which there is only one so far).

**30-inch width:****Bertazzoni P304IME**: 30 amps**Bosch NIT5066UC**: 30 amps**Bosch NIT8066UC**: 30 amps**Bosch NIT8066SUC**: 30 amps**Bosch NITP066UC**: 30 amps**Bosch NITP066SUC**: 30 amps**Fagor IFA80-AL**: 30 amps**Fagor IFA80-BF**: 30 amps**Fagor IFA80-BN**: 30 amps**Fulgor Milano F6IT30S1**: 30 amps**Verona VECTIM304**: 30 amps**Windcrest CTI304D**: 30 amps

**36-inch width:****Bosch NIT5666UC**: 40 amps**Bosch NIT8666UC**: 40 amps**Bosch NIT8666SUC**: 40 amps**Fagor IFA-90AL**: 40 amps**Fagor IFA-90BF**: 40 amps**Frigidaire FGIC3667MB**: 40 amps**Gaggenau CX491-610**: 40 amps**GE PHP9036DJBB**: 40 amps**GE PHP9036SJSS**: 40 amps**GE CHP9536SJSS**: 40 amps**Kenmore 43920**: 40 amps**Kenmore 43820**: 40 amps**Kenmore 43900**: 40 amps**Miele KM6370**: 40 amps**Miele KM6375**: 40 amps**Thermador CIT36XKB**: 40 amps**Thermador CIT36XKBB**: 40 amps

**induction-topped ranges:****Bosch HIIP054U slide-in**: 40 amps**Electrolux EI30IF40LS free-standing**: 40 amps**Frigidaire FGIF3061NF free-standing**: 40 amps**GE "Profile" PHS920SFSS slide-in**: 40 amps**Kenmore 95073 free-standing**: 40 amps**Kenmore 95103 free-standing**: 40 amps

**"domino" width:****Summit SINC1110**: 20 amps**Miele CS1221I**: 20 amps**Gaggenau VI414-610**: 20 amps**Gaggenau VI424-610**: 20 amps**Kenyon B80101**: 16 amps**Kenyon B80201**: 16 amps**Kenyon B80105**: 16 amps**Kenyon B80205**: 16 amps**Wolf CI152TS**: 20 amps

**induction-topped ranges:****Bertazzoni MAS304INMXE free-standing**: 60 amps**Bertazzoni PRO304IN freestanding line**: 60 amps**Viking VISC530-4B freestanding line**: 60 amps

"Domino" types can be one or two elements, and you can just scan **the Tabulation** of such types. For 30-inch units, four is the normal count, and for 36-inch units, five is the normal count; note, though, that so far the so-called "zoneless" units (listed separately farther below) are 36-inch widths but will only accomodate four cooking vessels at a time. Units of 24-inch width are few and non-standard, so we don't list any "non-standard" element counts for them--if you want or need such a width, just review all of the few units available.

**36-inch width:****Thermador CIT36XKB**: "zoneless", 4 cooking vessels maximum**Thermador CIT36XKBB**: "zoneless", 4 cooking vessels maximum**Gaggenau CX491-610**: "zoneless", 4 cooking vessels maximum

**24-inch width:****Summit SINC424220**: 4 elements

**36-inch width:****Viking VIC536-6B**: 6 elements

As nothing is narrower than a domino, this refers only to unusually *wide* units.

**42-inch width:****Miele KM6377**: 42 inches

These are not easily noted save by examining every unit's specifications, but to some people they are important.

(allows a pair of elements to effectively be combined into a single long element for odd-shaped cooking vessels):

**24-inch width:****30-inch width:****36-inch width:****induction-topped ranges:**

(Those are timers that actually shut off an element—not just buzz—at countdown.)

Note: this particular list may be out of date!

**30-inch width:****36-inch width:**

Though black is nearly a *de facto* standard, there are exceptions.

**"Domino" units:****Kenyon B80201**: "platinum" 2-element, front-to-back configuration

**24-inch width:****Kenyon B80205**: "platinum" 2-element, side-to-side configuration

**30-inch width:****Fagor IFA-80BN**: "Bonita gray" (light-toned) surface**Thermador CIT304KM**: metallic "mirrored" surface**GE "Café" CHP9530SJSS**: grey surface**GE "Monogram" ZHU30RSJSS**: metallic "mirrored" surface

**36-inch width:****Thermador CIT365KM**: metallic "mirrored" surface**GE "Café" CHP9536SJSS**: grey surface**GE "Monogram" ZHU36RSJSS**: metallic "mirrored" surface

**Induction-Topped Ranges:****GE "Profile" PHB920SFSS free-standing**: grey surface**GE "Profile" PHS920SFSS slide-in**: grey surface

Each list shows *all* units of that nominal width:

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