- Differences between the CT and CI Induction Cooktops
- Features added to the CI cooktops
- Design and functional differences between CT and CI Induction Cooktops
- CT Induction compared to CI Transitional Induction Cooktop
The CI Induction Cooktop incorporates new design and features not included in CT Induction Cooktop models.
- CI Induction Cooktops feature a bridging option to accommodate a wide variety of pan sizes and dish preparation. See CI Induction Cooktop Bridge Element for details.
- New and more intuitive element controls are included in CI models.
- CI cooktops come in more sizes. 15", 24", 30" and 36" models are available.
- Framed CI Induction Cooktops have a square trim, whereas CT Induction Cooktops featured a beveled trim.
- See also, Replace CT Framed Induction Cooktop with CI Transitional Induction Cooktop.
Refer to the Wolf Design Guide for design specifications.
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