How to Choose an Auto Ignition Gas Stove - Buying Guideby Sachin Diwakar Blogger
Type of Ignition – There are two types of gas stoves - manual gas stove and auto ignition gas stove. With manual ignition, gas stoves need a matchstick or lighter to light up the flame. On the other side, you just have to turn on the knob and the flame will light up automatically in auto-ignition.
You don’t need lighter or match stick Autoignition gas stoves are very convenient. But keep in mind that they are expensive and need proper handling. The repair cost is also high in auto-ignition.
Space between the burners – Be sure burners have ample space in between so they can be used at the same time if you need something. In case there is not much distance between the burners, you may not be capable to use them at the same time.
Position of Gas Pipe Inlet – The gas pipe inlet either is placed at the sides or at the back of gas stoves. You should look for a gas stove with an inlet at the sides if you have a narrow-width counter. In order to save on the proper usable counter length, you should look for a gas stove with an inlet at the back.
Steel or glass cooktop – You can find the gas stoves made of stainless steel or in glass tops. Glass top gas stoves look attractive and are easier to clean. But stainless steel cooktops are durable. For better strength, choose gas stoves with tough glass tops. Be sure the glass stovetop is toughened and heat resistant when choosing a glass top stove.
Size – Always consider the size of the kitchen counter/slab and kitchen chimney when buying an auto ignition gas stove. Be sure to go with the gas stove which meets your needs in size as you may have a problem with a large gas stove.
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