Downdraft cooktops are specialized cooktops that have a ventilation system built into the cooktop, which help capture vapor and odors and pulls them down below the counter. These cooktops don’t need an overhead vent hood, like standard updraft cooktops.
These small cooktops, sometimes called “modules” are 15 inches in width or smaller, and designed to be paired together. Each cooktop in the product line typically has a specific design or purpose. You can choose from woks, griddles and burners in gas, induction or electric to build a custom cooktop that fits your specific lifestyle.
Rangetops, sometimes referred to as a type of cooktop, are inspired by professional rangetops in restaurant kitchens. Unlike cooktops, which sit within the countertop and have controls on the top of the cooking surface, rangetops are bulkier and have front controls that replace the front of the countertop.
These rangetops can be more powerful than other gas cooktops and have flexible cooking surface options like griddles and grills like ranges.