Suburban CAN Srl FC1336US RV 2-Burner Propane Cooktop 3045AST
Suburban CAN Srl FC1336US RV 2-Burner Propane Cooktop 3045ASTThis is a top of the line two burner cooktop for your camper van, small trailer or even a tiny home. CAN Srl is a premium RV cooktop manufacturer based in Italy, producing the highest quality galley appliances. Constructed with industrial style components, this unit sets the bar for competing products.
low pressure propane (11" W.C.) must be connected to the 3/8" Male Flared fitting on the appliance. To test the cooktop once it's connected, press and turn the burner knob to the maximum (big flame) position, ignite the propane, hold down the knob until thermocouple is hot (3 to 10 seconds), then move the knob to the position desired and release.Instead of being mounted down with screws or clamps, this unit is installed using silicone (not included). This method has proven to have the cleanest look and seals the cooktop and sink without the sealant being visible. Next,
RV Propane and BTU’s
This cooktop requires low pressure (11” W.C.) propane for operation. This is achieved with a low pressure regulator which is standard/required on all RV's. If there is not a pre-existing RV propane system, then you have to setup a low pressure propane system.RV Cooktops are designed smaller than household cooktops, which means they produce less heat than the large burners on your cooktop at home. An average household cooktop has a BTU rating of 10,000. Additionally, you will most likely be using this cooktop during your travels with varying elevations. This cooktop is rated for an elevation up to 4,500 feet. Operation above this elevation will reduce the BTU's by 4 percent for every 1,000 feet above 4,500 feet. For example, at 8,500 feet, the cooktop will perform approximately 16 percent less than it's rated BTU's. This is caused by a few factors including the lack of oxygen in the air and the change in the air/fuel mixture.
Note:The dimensions listed here are for reference and are not intended to be used for cabinet design. We highly recommend taking measurements from the actual product before finalizing the design of your cabinetry and/or cutouts.