What is the difference between radiant and coil cooktops?
Radiant cooktops use electricity to pass heat through meal coils below the ceramic cooking surface. Radiant cooktops are popular due to their easy-to-clean smooth surface, and sleek design. Coil cooktops use electricity to heat steel tubing, usually shaped in a circle on the top of the cooking surface. Coil cooktops are generally the most affordable option. Within Stainless Steel Electric Cooktops, there are 6 coil cooktops and 32 radiant cooktops. Check out a radiant option, the Profile 30 in. Radiant Electric Downdraft Cooktop in Stainless Steel with 4 Elements with Rapid Boil Technology.
What cooktop sizes are available for Stainless Steel Electric Cooktops?