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Published on August 9th, 2018 | by The GC Team


Amica redesigns ceramic hobs

Amica has redesigned two of its bestselling ceramic hobs, with additional features and safety improvements.

The ACH6420FR four-zone model (pictured) replaces the PH6420ZT. The appliance has front touch-controls with LED display and nine power levels, along with many safety features including a temperature limiter and a time-limit security system. It’s easy-clean frameless design offers trouble-free maintenance.

The ACH6440FR will replace the PH6220ZT. This is a four-zone ceramic hob with two dual zones for flexible cooking and front touch-controls featuring nine power levels. It incorporates a minute minder and safety features including residual heat indicator, overflow and overheat detection.

“There is still a good market for ceramic hobs, especially among consumers looking to replace older models that do not have the sophisticated control and safety features offered by these modern designs,” said Amica Marketing Manager Steve Corbett. 

www.amica-international.co.uk | 01949 862010

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