From compact electric models to freestanding natural gas hobs with eight burners, our range of commercial hobs has something for everyone.
Types of Hob Power Sources
The type of hob you choose depends on what you're looking to get out of it. Classic, natural gas hobs have been a benchmark in both professional and home cooking for centuries. Whether used with frying pans or large stock pots, gas hobs provide consistent heating for anything that you cook.
Propane gas hobs have most of the benefits that come with natural gas, but are more suited to mobile caterers. Thanks to their compact size and accessible fuel, propane hobs are perfect for anything from garden barbecues to festival catering.
Electric hobs come in all shapes and sizes. Whether it's single phase hobs, plug-fitted hobs or three phase hobs, these electric variants are perfect for those looking for compact and efficient cooking. Producing no naked flame, electric hobs are safer than traditional models.
Types of Hob Phases
Single phase hobs are designed to be hardwired into your kitchen. Less powerful but more efficient than their three-phase alternatives, single phase hobs are perfect for light-duty cooking in your kitchen. And if you're looking for something a little more powerful, then three phase hobs are exactly what you need. Rated for heavy-duty use, these hobs are perfect for busy kitchens that require fast cooking times.
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