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Keramikspishäll i ett anpassat kök, (svensk text)

Ceramic cooktop
Ceramic cooktop

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Ceramic cooktop in a modified kitchen

A flat cooktop facilitates handling of pots and reduces the risk of tipping.

Ceramic cooktop with control knobs on top.

Authors comments
To achieve the lowest possible counter height, the controls must be placed on top of the cooktop. Controls on the edging raise the work surface. Today improved cooktops that use touch controls are also available. Anything standing on the work surface is at risk of tipping, such as pots with hot contents.

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Household appliance stores

Paid for by
Local government

Tip is dated from 2005

Categories for this tip
housing » appliances, kitchen, Tips and tricks from people with High tetraplegia with partly function in arms/hands (C5-6, ASIA A, B).

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