Miele Ceran® Surface Cooktops: Powerful,
innovative and elegant
With any Miele electric cooktop you're sure to receive quick
heat up times and a smooth, perfect flat Ceran® surface.
Miele offers two series of electric cooktops. Every cooktop
has the controls located directly on the surface. The only
difference is the design of the controls; either infrared or radial
dials. Together, both series provide exceptional performance and the
flexibility to accommodate any design.
On all Miele cooktops, the surface is slightly depressed with
the outside frame. This design is intended to capture any liquids
should a pot boil over. The sealed surface and controls also make
clean-up very easy.
Variable cooking zones Every Miele electric
cooktop comes with two variable cooking zones. While each unit is
designed differently, they offer the flexibility needed to
accommodate a variety of different pot sizes. The proper burner size
prevents handles from heating and reduces energy loss.
A simple wave of a finger or twist of a knob activates the
outside burner ring. You have the same level of control with both
zones active as you do with one. The electric coils heat up quickly
and, unlike halogen cells, maintain constant temperatures.
Simmering onions or melting butter is never a problem on a Miele
Ceran® Surface All Miele electric
cooktops are designed with an extremely durable Ceran®
surface. This smooth, glass-like surface is exceptionally strong and
can double as counter space when not in use.
Ceran® is designed to resist heat transfer and the
electric burners only heat within the white surface rings. Areas
outside the rings are insulated from the heat and stay cool to the
Miele cooktops come with residual heat indicators as well.
These neon lights warn of a surface that's too hot to handle, even
after the burner has been turned off.