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Wolf L522212 Specifications
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Wolf Dual Fuel Ranges
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Wolf Gas Ranges
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Wolf Ventilation
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Wolf Warranty
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APPLIANCE COMPANY
In this Design Guide, you’ll find all
the necessary information for specifying a Wolf oven, cooktop, range,
rangetop, BBQ grill or ventilation
equipment into the next kitchen or
home you design.
Each unit is handcrafted with the
knowledge and experience gleaned
from being the premier supplier of
cooking equipment to professional
chefs and their restaurants for nearly
70 years.
Sub-Zero, a corporate companion
and kitchen soul mate, shares the
identical values and pride we practice
in providing the best cooking
equipment.
A Wolf is beautiful and will complement any design you use, whether it
be contemporary or traditional.
But that’s not why many customers
turn to us. We have a passion for
cooking and it shows in our work.
Consumers appreciate the unique
features we have built-in to our many
different models. You can refer to
specifics as you page through this
guide.
The features are as numerous as the
various units you have to choose
from. But one of the more prominent
highlights is the patent-pending Wolf
Dual Convection System that is in all
of our built-in ovens and dual fuel
ranges. It delivers even temperature
and airflow throughout the oven. Two
fans and four heating elements
operate either simultaneously or in
sequence, depending on which one
of the eight different cooking modes
your client chooses.
In addition, our Dual Stacked Burners
on the gas cooktops and dual fuel
ranges are all sealed and all of them
offer you the capability of simmering
foods.
Our electric cooktops are unique to
the industry with their capabilities of
providing simmer to all elements and
offer the melt feature on one of the
elements. The triple element on the
36" (914 mm) cooktop can generate
up to 2,700 watts for those large pots
that need fast boiling.
The sizes, alternative tops and selection of the standard classic stainless
steel and the premium finishes of
carbon or platinum stainless steel
make your decision-making process
much more fun for you and your
clients. Now you can give them
exactly what they want without sacrificing the quality they demand.
In all your applications you can
depend on Wolf. That reputation is
even stronger because it is backed by
Sub-Zero. This is one of those situations where the combination of the
two is really greater than the sum or
their parts.
Each Wolf unit is backed by the best
warranty in the business. Please refer
to page 62 for the details.
Review this Design Guide in greater
detail when you get a chance and
keep it as a handy reference. We are
confident you will like what you see.
IMPORTANT NOTE: As you read the
information in this guide, you will
notice CAUTION and WARNING
symbols. This blocked information is
important for the safe and efficient
installation of the Wolf equipment.
There are two types of potential
hazards that may occur during any
installation.
CAUTION
signals a situation where minor
injury or product damage may
occur if you do not follow
instructions.
WARNING
states a hazard that may cause
serious injury or death if
precautions are not followed.
Another footnote we would like to
identify is; IMPORTANT NOTE,
which highlights information that is
especially relevant to a problem-free
installation.
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Model SO30U
30" (762 mm) Single Oven
Unframed
Model DO30F
30" (762 mm) Double Oven
Framed
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Model SO30F
30" (762 mm) Single Oven
Framed
Model DO30U
30" (762 mm) Double Oven
Unframed
Model SO36U
36" (914 mm) Single Oven
Unframed
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BEAUTY, VARIETY AND
SERIOUS PERFORMANCE
It’s hard to put into a few words the
differences you will see in Wolf
compared to other cooking appliances on the market. Some of those
differences are very dramatic like the
three finishes offered to you and your
clients. There is the standard classic
stainless steel. But look more and you
will see two premium finishes offered
in platinum and carbon stainless
steel.
The platinum look let’s you have the
beauty of stainless steel without the
sheen and reduces the amount of
fingerprints, whereas the carbon
stainless steel is unlike any other
black appliance you have experienced. You must see it to truly have a
feel for the depth and beauty it
offers.
Now look closer and you will see two
different door styles offered – framed
and unframed. The framed is more
traditional and lends itself nicely with
a professional rangetop, while the
unframed is sleek and contemporary
in appearance. But these are our
labels, you can call them what you
want and mix and match as you
choose.
Did you notice that the control panel
closes? It’s a nice feature and will
enable you to hide that control panel
that many of us have labored to
make functional and tried to make
beautiful.
There are other exterior appointments that will also catch your eye,
or maybe not because we have tried
to enhance fit and finish. We want to
make sure our ovens enhance your
design and not alter your look.
Inside the beauty, design and functionality continue. Lose your breath
to the beautiful blue interior. Notice
the dual convection fans. As you
open the oven door, see and feel the
smoothness of the door damper
system. Pull that bottom oven rack all
the way out and notice how it is
nestled on the door rails. Brilliant
halogen lights illuminate the inside.
And lastly, see if you can find the
hidden bake element.
There are 30" (762 mm) and 36" (914
mm) ovens. The 30" (762 mm) models
come in classic, platinum and carbon
stainless steel finishes and can be
ordered as single or double ovens. The
30" (762 mm) oven framed door is
only offered in classic stainless steel,
while the unframed door is available in
all three looks, classic, platinum and
carbon stainless steel.
The 36" (914 mm) model can also be
ordered in the three different finishes,
as a single unit with an unframed door
only.
All models offer the following cooking
modes: Bake, Roast, Broil, Convection
Bake, Convection Roast, Convection
Broil, Convection and Bake Stone. The
Bake Stone mode requires a Bake
Stone accessory package, available
from your Wolf dealer.
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FEATURES
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Dual convection logic control
system (patent pending)
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Rotating touch control panel
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Door damper system
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Temperature probe and receptacle
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Three removable racks
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Six-level rack guide for 30"
(762 mm) ovens, five-level rack
guide for 36" (914 mm) oven
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Full-extension bottom rack
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Dual halogen lighting
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Hidden bake element
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Recessed broil element
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Large viewing triple pane window
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Self-cleaning
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Sabbath feature
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Optional bake stone
Recessed broil
element
Rotating touch
control panel
Three removable
racks
Temperature probe
receptacle
Full-extension
bottom rack
Dual halogen
lighting
Hidden bake
element
Six-level rack guide
Door hinge with
hydraulic damper
Large viewing
triple pane window
Single Built-in Oven (Model SO30F shown)
Recessed broil
element
Rotating touch
control panel
Three removable
racks
Temperature probe
receptacle
Full-extension
bottom rack
Dual halogen
lighting
Hidden bake
element
Six-level rack guide
Door hinge with
hydraulic damper
Large viewing
triple pane window
* This appliance is certified by Star-K to
meet strict religious regulations in
conjunction with specific instructions
found on www.star-k.org.
Double Built-in Oven (Model DO30F shown)
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PLANNING AND
DESIGN INFORMATION
While you have many design options
to consider from a selection point of
view, there are only three different
sizes to consider when planning for
your layout. You can choose either a
30" (762 mm) or 36" (914 mm)
single oven or a 30" (762 mm)
double oven.
Space Requirements
27 1/2"
(699 mm)
24"
(610 mm)
29 7/8"
(759 mm)
Oven Interior Dimensions
The 30" (762 mm) single oven
interior dimensions, as well as each of
the double ovens are 25" (635 mm)
wide by 16-1/4" (413 mm) high and
19" (483 mm) deep. The interior of
the 36" (914 mm) single oven is 30"
(762 mm) wide by 13-1/4" (337 mm)
high and 19" (483 mm) deep.
30" (762 mm) Single Oven Framed
Model SO30F shown
24 3/8"
(619 mm)
24"
(610 mm)
The illustrations of the three different
oven sizes give you overall dimensions which include the oven face
trim. The finished cut-out dimensions
you need to incorporate into your
plans are shown in the illustrations on
the following pages.
This appliance must be installed in
accordance with National Electrical
Codes, as well as all state, municipal
and local codes. The correct voltage,
frequency and amperage must be
supplied to the appliance from a
dedicated, grounded circuit that is
protected by a properly sized circuit
breaker or time delay fuse. The
proper voltage, frequency and
amperage ratings are listed on the
model / serial rating plate.
Refer to the following pages for
installation specifics for the three
different oven sizes.
35 5/8"
(905 mm)
36" (914 mm) Single Oven Unframed
Model SO36U shown
50"
(1269 mm)
24"
(610 mm)
29 7/8"
(759 mm)
30" (762 mm) Double Oven Framed
Model DO30F shown
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30" (762 mm)
SINGLE OVEN
The Wolf 30" (762 mm) single oven
has a face trim on all four sides and
will overlap stiles and rails. The trim
overlaps 3/16" (5 mm) on the
bottom, 5/16" (8 mm) on the top
and 3/4" (19 mm) on each side.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Wolf recommends using 33" (838 mm) cabinets
with the 30" (762 mm) oven. Also,
you need a minimum 24" (610 mm)
of usable cabinet depth. The bottom
cabinet support must be able to
support 250 lbs. (113 kg).
IMPORTANT NOTE: The Wolf 30"
(762 mm) single oven may be
installed below a Wolf electric or gas
cooktop. Refer to the illustration for
specifics on cut-out dimensions for an
undercounter application. You cannot
install an oven below a Wolf
rangetop.
NOTE: Dimensions in
parentheses are in
millimeters.
IMPORTANT NOTE: The Wolf 30"
(762 mm) single oven may be
installed with a microwave and
warming drawer, refer to pages 13-15
for installation specifications.
33" (838)
RECOMMENDED CABINET WIDTH
30" min (762)
Door clearance for the 30" (762 mm)
single oven is 20-3/4" (527 mm).
28 1/2"
(724)
67" max
27 3/16"
(1702)
(691)
4"
Electrical Requirements
(102)
24" min
The 30" (762 mm) single oven
requires a separate, grounded 4-wire
240 V, 30 amp service with its own
circuit breaker. It is provided with a 4'
(1.2 m) flexible 4-wire conduit, which
can make a connection at a junction
box. The electric rating is 5.1 Kw at
240 V and 3.8 Kw at 208 V with a
minimum 30 amp service.
The electrical outlet must be flush
with the back wall to allow for proper
installation. The outlet can be placed
in an adjacent cabinet as long as it is
within reach of the 4' (1.2 m)
conduit, and a 2" (51 mm) diameter
hole is provided. See illustration for
electrical placement. For a 24" (610
mm) depth cabinet application, electrical conduit must be kept to the
right (viewed from front of cabinet)
for a flush installation.
5"
(610)
(127)
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Cut-out dimensions and electrical placement for 30" (762 mm) single oven – wall application
NOTE: Dimensions in parentheses are in millimeters.
3 3/4" min
(95)
33" (838)
RECOMMENDED CABINET WIDTH
30" min (762)
3 3/4" min (95)
5"
5"
E (127)
4"
(102)
(127)
ELECTRICAL
LOCATION IN
ADJACENT RIGHT
SIDE CABINET
24" min
36" (914)
STANDARD
FLOOR TO
27 3/16" COUNTER
(691)
HEIGHT
(102)
27 3/16"
(691)
28 1/2"
(724)
(610)
4 3/4" min (121)
E
4"
4 3/4" min (121)
Cut-out dimensions and electrical placement for 30" (762 mm) single oven –
undercounter application
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36" (914 mm)
SINGLE OVEN
The Wolf 36" (914 mm) single oven
has a face trim on all four sides and
will overlap stiles and rails. The trim
overlaps 3/16" (5 mm) on the
bottom, 5/16" (8 mm) on the top
and 3/4" (19 mm) on each side.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Wolf recommends using 39" (991 mm) cabinets
with the 36" (914 mm) oven. Also,
you need a minimum 24" (610 mm)
of usable cabinet depth. The bottom
cabinet support must be able to
support 250 lbs. (113 kg).
IMPORTANT NOTE: The Wolf 36"
(914 mm) single oven may be
installed below a Wolf electric or gas
cooktop. Refer to the illustration for
specifics on cut-out dimensions for an
undercounter application. You cannot
install an oven below a Wolf
rangetop.
NOTE: Dimensions in
parentheses are in
millimeters.
39" (991)
RECOMMENDED CABINET WIDTH
36" min (914)
Door clearance for the 36" (914 mm)
single oven is 17-3/4" (451 mm).
341/2"
(876 )
Electrical Requirements
The 36" (914 mm) single oven
requires a separate, grounded 4-wire
240 V, 30 amp service with its own
circuit breaker. It is provided with a 3'
(.9 m) flexible 4-wire conduit, which
can make a connection at a junction
box. The electric rating is 5.1 Kw at
240 V and 3.8 Kw at 208 V with a
minimum 30 amp service.
The electrical outlet must be flush
with the back wall to allow for proper
installation. The outlet can be placed
in an adjacent cabinet as long as it is
within reach of the 3' (.9 m) conduit,
and a 2" (51 mm) diameter hole is
provided. See illustration for electrical
placement. For a 24" (610 mm)
depth cabinet application, electrical
conduit must be kept to the right
(viewed from front of cabinet) for a
flush installation.
67" max
241/16"
(1702)
(611)
4"
(102)
24" min
5"
(610)
(127)
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RIGHT SIDE
CABINET VIEW
Cut-out dimensions and electrical placement for 36" (914 mm) single oven – wall application
NOTE: Dimensions in parentheses are in millimeters.
3 3/4" min
39" (991)
RECOMMENDED CABINET WIDTH
36" min (914)
3 3/4" min (95)
(95)
5"
5"
E (127)
4"
(102)
(127)
ELECTRICAL
LOCATION IN
ADJACENT RIGHT
SIDE CABINET
STANDARD
FLOOR TO
24 1/16" COUNTER
(611)
24" min
(610)
7 3/4" (197) rec
4 3/4" (121) min
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4"
36" (914)
(102)
24 1/16"
(611)
HEIGHT
34 1/2"
(876 )
7 3/4" (197) rec
4 3/4" (121) min
Cut-out dimensions and electrical placement for 36" (914 mm) single oven –
undercounter application
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30" (762 mm)
DOUBLE OVEN
The Wolf 30" (762 mm) double oven
has a face trim on all four sides and
will overlap stiles and rails. The trim
overlaps 3/16" (5 mm) on the
bottom, 5/16" (8 mm) on the top
and 3/4" (19 mm) on each side.
NOTE: Dimensions in
parentheses are in
millimeters.
33" (838)
RECOMMENDED CABINET WIDTH
30" min (762)
28 1/2"
(724)
67" max
IMPORTANT NOTE: Wolf recommends using 33" (838 mm) cabinets
with the 30" (762 mm) oven. Also,
you need a minimum 24" (610 mm)
of usable cabinet depth. The bottom
cabinet support must be able to
support 400 lbs. (181 kg).
(1702)
24" min
(610)
(1260)
4"
(102)
5"
Door clearance for the 30" (762 mm)
double oven is 20-3/4" (527 mm).
Electrical Requirements
The 30" (762 mm) double oven
requires a separate, grounded 4-wire
240 V, 50 amp service with its own
circuit breaker. It is provided with a 5'
(1.5 m) flexible 4-wire conduit, which
can make a connection at a junction
box. The electric rating is 8.9 Kw at
240 V and 6.7 Kw at 208 V with a
minimum 50 amp service.
The electrical outlet must be flush
with the back wall to allow for proper
installation. The outlet can be placed
in an adjacent cabinet as long as it is
within reach of the 5' (1.5 m)
conduit, and a 2" (51 mm) diameter
hole is provided. See illustration for
electrical placement. For a 24" (610
mm) depth cabinet application, electrical conduit must be kept to the
right (viewed from front of cabinet)
for a flush installation.
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495/8"
(127)
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RIGHT SIDE
CABINET VIEW
Cut-out dimensions and electrical placement for 30" (762 mm) double oven
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SIDE BY SIDE OVEN
INSTALLATION
Two 30" (762 mm) Single Ovens
Two 36" (914 mm) Single Ovens
The Wolf single 30" (762 mm) built-in
oven may be installed next to
another 30" (762 mm) oven. You
must allow for a 7-1/2" (191 mm)
space between oven cut-outs. Also, it
is required that a separate inner wall
for each oven be present between
ovens. Refer to the illustration below
for specifics on cut-out dimensions
and electrical placement.
The Wolf single 36" (914 mm) built-in
oven may be installed next to
another 36" (914 mm) oven. You
must allow for a 7-1/2" (191 mm)
space between oven cut-outs. Also, it
is required that a separate inner wall
for each oven be present between
ovens. Refer to the illustration below
for specifics on cut-out dimensions
and electrical placement.
NOTE: Dimensions in parentheses are in millimeters.
3 3/4" min
(95)
28 1/2"
28 1/2"
(724)
30" OVEN CUT-OUT
(724)
30" OVEN CUT-OUT
3 3/4" min (95)
5"
5"
E (127)
4"
(102)
(127)
ELECTRICAL
LOCATION IN
ADJACENT RIGHT
SIDE CABINET
24" min
27 3/16"
5"
E
4"
(691)
27 3/16"
36" (914)
E
(127)
4"
(102)
27 3/16"
(691)
(102)
(691)
7 1/2"
STANDARD
FLOOR TO
COUNTER
HEIGHT
(191)
(610)
4 3/4" min (121)
4 3/4" min (121)
Cut-out dimensions and electrical placement for two 30" (762 mm) single ovens installed side-by-side
NOTE: Dimensions in parentheses are in millimeters.
34 1/2"
(876)
36" OVEN CUT-OUT
34 1/2"
(876)
36" OVEN CUT-OUT
3 3/4" min (95)
3 3/4" min (95)
5"
5"
E (127)
4"
(102)
(127)
ELECTRICAL
LOCATION IN
ADJACENT RIGHT
SIDE CABINET
24" min
(610)
7 3/4" (197) rec
4 3/4" (121) min
24 1/16"
(611)
36" (914)
STANDARD
FLOOR TO
COUNTER
HEIGHT
24 1/16"
5"
E
(127)
4"
E
4"
(102)
24 1/16"
(611)
(102)
(611)
7 1/2"
(191)
7 3/4" (197) rec
4 3/4" (121) min
Cut-out dimensions and electrical placement for two 36" (914 mm) single ovens installed side-by-side
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WARMING DRAWERS
Warming drawers have a clear mission
in life – to take good care of good
food until it’s time for you to eat. Our
improved air control helps keep moist
foods moist and crisp foods crisp. In
addition, Wolf warming drawers are
some of the most capacious on the
market, so you will have little problem
storing items.
Warming Drawer Features
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Four optional drawer front
selections
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Hidden electronic controls
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Pre-set and variable temperature
settings
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450 watt heating element
There are handy shelves for the inside,
plus an optional set of five stainless
steel containers that divide the drawer
into sections, keeping different dishes
warm at the same time.
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Automatic shut-off
•
Full extension, ball bearing
drawer glides
•
Rack for stacking food
From a design perspective you have
four choices for the drawer front.
Electronic controls are hidden regardless of your panel selection. Choose
from the classic stainless steel look or
the premium finishes of platinum or
carbon stainless steel. Also available is
the integrated drawer front, which
allows for a custom wood panel
(available Fall 2003). Wolf offers
optional decorative handles for the
integrated drawer front. Keep in
mind, there may be significant
changes to the installation procedure
if you plan on using the integrated
drawer front.
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Optional container set
•
Optional Wolf decorative handles
for integrated drawer front
Moisture selection
control
Optional
drawer fronts
Rack for
stacking food
Hidden electronic
controls
Full extension
drawer glides
Model WD30
30" (762 mm) Warming Drawer
(stainless steel drawer front shown)
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PLANNING AND
DESIGN INFORMATION
The Wolf 30" (762 mm) warming
drawer is shipped without any decorative drawer front to the unit. You
must order one of three stainless steel
drawer fronts (handle included) –
classic, platinum or carbon finish or
the integrated front (no handle) for a
custom wood application.
The following illustrations will give
you an idea of the overall size that
you need to plan for in your installation, plus offer you the finished cutout dimensions. Note the combination installation of a warming drawer
below a 30" (762 mm) oven below a
microwave. Cut-out dimensions and
electrical placement will remain the
same if installed individually.
IMPORTANT NOTE: When installing
the warming drawer above an oven,
include a 2" (51 mm) platform with a
decorative edge, to allow for clearance of overlaps. The platform must
be able to support 175 lbs. (79.4 kg).
This platform must be a minimum of
1" (25 mm) above the kickplate to
allow for the 1/2" (13 mm) overlap of
the warming drawer trim.
Please follow the specific space
allocated for the electrical service in
the following illustrations.
Electrical Requirements
The warming drawer requires a
separate, grounded 120 V, 60 Hz power
supply. The service should have its own
15 amp circuit breaker and a grounded
3-prong receptacle should be located
within the reach of the 3' (.9 m) power
cord, and flush with the back wall.
33" (838)
RECOMMENDED CABINET WIDTH
30" min (762)
You must follow all National Electrical
Code regulations. In addition, be
aware of local codes and ordinances
when installing your service.
NOTE: Dimensions in parentheses are in millimeters.
CENTER LINE OF CABINET
13 1/2"
13 3/4"
(343)
(349)
27 1/4"
(692)
MICROWAVE CUT-OUT
1
1 /2" (38)
(30" CABINET)
1 1/4" (32)
E
16 1/2"
21" min
(419)
(533)
(30" CABINET)
1 1/4"
28 1/2"
(32)
(724)
30-INCH OVEN CUT-OUT
24" min
(610)
27 3/16"
(691)
4"
2 3/8"
(102)
(60)
5"
E
(127)
5"
(127)
E
4"
2" x 2" ANTI-TIP
BLOCK AGAINST
REAR OF CUT-OUT
9 1/4" (235)
(102)
28 1/2"
(724)
WARMING DRAWER CUT-OUT
ALLOW FOR
5/8" OVERLAP
ON ALL SIDES
23 1/2" min
(597)
23"
(584 mm)
Installation of a warming drawer below a 30" (762 mm) single oven below a microwave
29 7/8"
(759 mm)
NOTE: Dimensions in parentheses are in millimeters.
10 1/4"
(260 mm)
2" x 2" ANTI-TIP
BLOCK AGAINST
REAR OF CUTOUT
33" (838)
RECOMMENDED CABINET WIDTH
30" min (762)
2 3/8" (60)
2 3/8" (60)
5"
9 1/4" (235)
Model WD30
Warming Drawer Overall Dimensions
231/2" min
(597)
9 1/4" (235)
36" (914)
STANDARD
FLOOR TO
COUNTER
HEIGHT
ALLOW FOR
5/8" OVERLAP
ON ALL SIDES
4"
(127)
E
(102)
28 1/2"(724)
ROUGH
OPENING WIDTH
RIGHT SIDE
CABINET VIEW
Cut-out dimensions and electrical placement for warming drawer – undercounter application
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What sort of microwave oven can
you expect from a cooking company?
This is the only microwave that
deserves the Wolf name.
Microwave Oven Features
It’s fast – 1200 watts on high. Roomy
– a full 2.0 cu. ft. (56 L) and it is a
true cooking instrument with a vast
range of advanced features including
sensor cooking controlled from an
interactive display.
The Wolf family resemblance extends
beyond function to aesthetic matters
as well. The unit is black with optional
trim available in all three Wolf stainless steel finishes – classic, platinum
and carbon.
•
1200-watt power
•
2.0 cu. ft. (56 L) capacity
•
16" (406 mm) turntable
•
Sensor cooking
•
Recipe guide
•
Warming feature
•
Programmable power options
•
Built-in or freestanding
•
Three trim options
•
Multi-language –
English, French and Spanish
With the trim in place the microwave
oven is identical in width to our 30"
(762 mm) oven so it can be easily
mounted above the oven to offer an
attractive combination look. Or the
microwave oven can be built-in
remotely with one of our 30" (762
mm) trim kits, to offer a beautiful look
to the kitchen. Such flexibility. Only
from Wolf.
Rating plate
Ventilation
openings (rear)
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MICROWAVE OVENS
Oven light
Menu label
Interactive
display
Control panel
One touch door
open pad
Oven door with seethrough window
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Waveguide cover
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PLANNING AND
DESIGN INFORMATION
The Wolf microwave is actually 24"
(610 mm) wide and can be installed
as a freestanding unit or built-in. With
the trim kit, this microwave can be
installed above a 30" (762 mm) single
oven.
The illustrations provide the overall
size of the unit and installation
dimensions. Note the combination
installation of a microwave oven
above a 30" (762 mm) oven above a
warming drawer. Cut-out dimensions
and electrical placement will remain
the same if installed individually.
The base platform must be able to
support 125 lbs. (56.7 kg).
IMPORTANT NOTE: In all instances,
where a microwave oven is built-in,
you must use one of Wolf's three trim
kits to ensure proper ventilation.
IMPORTANT NOTE: When using the
Wolf microwave oven as a freestanding unit, allow 2" (51 mm) of airflow
space on top, rear and both sides.
A minimum 21" (533 mm) cabinet
depth is required.
IMPORTANT NOTE: The cut-out
dimensions shown in the illustration,
are based on a 30" (762 mm) cabinet
width. For wider cabinets, you should
assume that the cut-out is off-center
by 1/4" (6 mm) from the right.
The specific location of the outlet is
not critical, as long as it is within
reach of the 3' (.9 m) power cord.
You must follow all National Electrical
Code regulations. In addition, be
aware of local codes and ordinances
when installing your service.
33" (838)
RECOMMENDED CABINET WIDTH
30" min (762)
NOTE: Dimensions in parentheses are in millimeters.
CENTER LINE OF CABINET
13 1/2"
13 3/4"
(343)
(349)
27 1/4"
(692)
MICROWAVE CUT-OUT
1
1 /2" (38)
(30" CABINET)
1 1/4" (32)
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16 1/2"
21" min
(419)
(533)
(30" CABINET)
1 1/4"
28 1/2"
(32)
(724)
30-INCH OVEN CUT-OUT
24" min
(610)
27 3/16"
(691)
4"
2 3/8"
(102)
(60)
5"
E
(127)
5"
(127)
E
4"
2" x 2" ANTI-TIP
BLOCK AGAINST
REAR OF CUT-OUT
9 1/4" (235)
(102)
Electrical Requirements
The Wolf microwave oven requires a
separate, grounded 110 / 120 V, 60 Hz
power supply. The service should
have its own 15 amp circuit breaker
and a grounded 3-prong receptacle
should be located within the reach of
the 3' (.9 m) power cord.
18 3/4"
(476 mm)
19 1/8"
(486 mm)
29 7/8"
(759 mm)
Microwave Oven Overall Dimensions
with 30" (762 mm) Trim Kit
28 1/2"
(724)
WARMING DRAWER CUT-OUT
ALLOW FOR
5/8" OVERLAP
ON ALL SIDES
23 1/2" min
(597)
Installation of a microwave oven above a 30" (762 mm) single oven above a warming drawer
NOTE: Dimensions in parentheses are in millimeters.
21" min
16 1/2"
(533)
(419)
RIGHT SIDE
CABINET VIEW
33" (838)
RECOMMENDED CABINET WIDTH
30" min (762)
27 1/4" (692)
ROUGH OPENING WIDTH
36" (914)
STANDARD
FLOOR TO
COUNTER
HEIGHT
1 1/2" (38)
(30" CABINET)
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13 1/2"
13 3/4"
(343)
(349)
1 1/4" (32)
(30" CABINET)
CENTER LINE OF CABINET
Cut-out dimensions and electrical placement for microwave oven – undercounter application
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WOLF COOKTOPS
Gas Cooktops
Integrated Cooktops
Gas, electric or 15" (381 mm)
cooktop modules, they are all yours
with Wolf. Classic stainless steel is the
standard and for some models we
offer premium finishes in platinum
and carbon stainless steel. And with
all of these finely tuned instruments
you have control – from the highest
searing heat to the merest breath of
flame. Heat you can even tailor for
the cooking vessel you’re using –
from the largest stockpot to the
smallest melting pan.
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Electric Cooktops
How often do you compromise your
design because you just do not have
the options available to you to meet
your clients’ needs when it comes to
cooktops? Well, rest assured, Wolf
understands your dilemma and we
designed a complete set of instruments to help you overcome those
obstacles.
* This appliance is certified by Star-K to
meet strict religious regulations in
conjunction with specific instructions
found on www.star-k.org.
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ELECTRIC COOKTOPS
Model CT36E
36" (914 mm) Electric Cooktop
Simmer setting
on both elements
H
HIG
SIM
ON
OFF NE 2
ZO
Universal off
and lock keys
H
HIG
ON
OFF
SIM
Melt feature
Model CT15E
Double Element – 2,200 W (both rings) / 750 W (inner ring)
Single Element – 1,200 W
Touch controls
Universal off
and lock keys
H
HIG
OFF
SIM
•
Touch controls
•
Lock key
•
Universal off
•
Graduated control lighting
•
Single touch command
E2
ZON
H
HIG
H
HIG
OFF
SIM
ON
OFF
E2
ZON
ON
SIM
H
HIG
ON
OFF
SIM
Melt
feature
All of the heating elements offer True
Simmer and with each cooktop there
is one element that enables you to
set a temperature for melting.
Electric Cooktop Features
ON
O
Multiple cooking elements with
different zones allow your customer a
variety of different applications. The
36" (914 mm) cooktop contains a 12"
(305 mm) diameter triple heating
element – concentric rings that give
you exceptional control of temperature for pans and pots of every size.
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The black ceramic glass top is
beautifully complemented by the
classic stainless steel trim finish and
for the 30" (762 mm) and 36" (914
mm) cooktops you can choose the
premium finishes of platinum or
carbon stainless steel. CT15E/S is not
available in the premium finishes.
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Simmer setting
on all elements
Model CT30E
Double Elements – 2,200 W (both rings) / 750 W (inner ring)
and 1,900 W (both rings) / 950 W (inner ring)
Single Elements – 1,500 W and 1,200 W
Touch controls
Universal off
and lock keys
H
HIG
E2
ZON
ON
OFF
SIM
H
HIG
OFF
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Model CT30E
30" (762 mm) Electric Cooktop
Touch controls
OF
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Model CT15E
15" (381 mm) Electric Cooktop
Behind the sophisticated, minimalist
exterior, beneath that perfectly
smooth, subtly patterned glass that
cleverly reduces scratches, there is a
high-performance cooking tool.
ON
SIM
H
HIG
H
HIG
OFF
SIM
ON
OFF
E2
ZON
ON
SIM
H
HIG
•
Simmer setting on all elements
•
Melt setting on one element
•
Hot surface indicators on all
elements
•
Certified by Star-K to meet
religious regulations
ON
OFF
SIM
Melt
feature
Simmer setting
on all elements
Model CT36E
Triple Element – 2,700 W (all three rings) / 2,200 W
(inner two rings) / 1,050 W (inner ring)
Double Element – 2,200 W (both rings) / 750 W (inner ring)
Single Elements – 1,800 W, 1,500 W and 1,200 W
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PLANNING AND
DESIGN INFORMATION
IMPORTANT NOTE: When an oven
is installed below the cooktop, the
electrical conduit should run through
the adjacent base cabinet within the
shaded area shown in the illustrations
on the following pages. The top right
area in the oven cavity is available,
but will make installation difficult.
The bottom cabinet support must be
able to support 250 lbs. (113 kg).
21"
(533 mm)
H
HIG
OFF
SIM
H
HIG
IMPORTANT NOTE: A Wolf ventilation system is recommended. When
installing a ventilation hood, refer to
the specific requirements of the hood
for the minimum dimension to
cooking surface.
These cooktops can accommodate
the Wolf downdraft system, a Wolf
chimney or Pro Series ventilation
hood. Refer to pages 46-61 for ventilation specifics.
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SIM
ON
O
OFF
15" (381 mm) Electric Cooktop
Model CT15E
When an electric cooktop is installed
above cabinets, the electrical placement is not critical.
30"
21"
(762 mm)
(533 mm)
HIGH
OFF
SIM
ON
ZONE
2
O
You must follow all National Electrical
Code regulations. In addition, be
aware of local codes and ordinances
when installing your service.
HIGH
HIGH
OFF
SIM
ON
OFF
E2
ZON
ON
SIM
H
HIG
OFF
ON
SIM
3 1/2"
(89 mm)
A Wolf single 30" (762 mm) or 36"
(914 mm) built-in oven may be
installed below these cooktops. Refer
to the illustrations on the following
pages for specifics on cut-out dimensions and placement of electrical. Also
refer to the respective oven sizes and
be aware of the depth of the cooktop
when planning for this installation.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Wolf electric
cooktops are designed and agency
approved for use with Wolf built-in
ovens only. The cooktop nominal
width must match the built-in oven
nominal width.
ON
E2
ZON
OFF
3 1/2"
(89 mm)
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The illustrations of the three different
size cooktops give you overall dimensions, while the finished cut-out
dimensions you need to incorporate
into your plans are shown in the illustrations on the following pages.
15"
(381 mm)
30" (762 mm) Electric Cooktop
Model CT30E
21"
36"
(533 mm)
(914 mm)
HIGH
2
ZONE ON
OFF
SIM
HIGH
OFF
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Space Requirements
Electrical Requirements
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From a planning perspective, your
selection process is made easier by
the three different sizes you have to
choose from. The 30" (762 mm) and
36" (914 mm) electric cooktops are
available in three trim finishes –
classic, platinum and carbon stainless
steel. The 15" (381 mm) cooktop is
available with classic stainless steel
trim only.
ON
SIM
HIGH
HIGH
OFF
SIM
ON
OFF
E2
ZON
ON
SIM
H
HIG
OFF
ON
SIM
3 1/2"
(89 mm)
36" (914 mm) Electric Cooktop
Model CT36E
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15" (381 mm)
ELECTRIC COOKTOP
IMPORTANT NOTE: If the 15" (381
mm) cooktop is to be used with any
combination of additional cooktop
units or modules with a filler strip,
the cut-out width increases to 14"
(356 mm).
NOTE: Dimensions in
parentheses are in millimeters.
30"
(762)
IMPORTANT NOTE: When multiple
15" (381 mm) modules are installed
side-by-side refer to the countertop
cut-out dimensions on page 25.
13"
(330)
24" OR 30"*
19 1/4" (489)
COOKTOP CUT-OUT
DEPTH
2 1/2" min
(610 or 762)
TO COOKING
SURFACE
18"
18"
(457)
(457)
2"
(64)
33" (838)
RECOMMENDED
CABINET WIDTH
(51)
13 3/8" (340)
CUT-OUT
WIDTH
2"
(51)
4"(102)
The Wolf 15" (381 mm) electric
cooktop requires a separate,
grounded 4-wire 240 V, 15 amp
service with its own circuit breaker. It
has a 4' (1.2 m) flexible 3-wire
conduit that can make a connection
at a junction box.
36" (914)
STANDARD
FLOOR TO
COUNTER
HEIGHT
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15"
(381)
15"
(381)
RIGHT SIDE
CABINET VIEW
At 240 V this cooktop is rated at 3.4
Kw and at 208 V rated at 2.6 Kw with
a minimum 15 amp service.
NOTE: Application shown allows for installation of two 15" (381 mm) modules side-by-side.
* Minimum 24" (610 mm) from protected cabinet or 30" (762 mm) from unprotected cabinet to cooking surface.
Cut-out dimensions and electrical placement for 15" (381 mm) electric cooktop, no oven or downdraft.
30" (762 mm)
ELECTRIC COOKTOP
NOTE: Dimensions in
parentheses are in millimeters.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Wolf recommends using 33" (838 mm) cabinets
with the 30" (762 mm) cooktop.
30"
IMPORTANT NOTE: If the 30" (762
mm) cooktop is to be used with any
combination of additional cooktop
units or modules with a filler strip,
the cut-out width increases to 29"
(737 mm).
(762)
13"
(330)
24" OR 30"*
19 1/4" (489)
COOKTOP CUT-OUT
DEPTH
2 1/2" min
(610 or 762)
TO COOKING
SURFACE
(64)
4"
At 240 V this cooktop is rated at 6.8
Kw and at 208 V rated at 5.2 Kw with
a minimum 30 amp service.
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3 1/2"(89)
10"
(254) ELECTRICAL
LOCATION IN
ADJACENT RIGHT
SIDE CABINET
24" min
(610)
36" (914)
STANDARD
FLOOR TO
COUNTER
HEIGHT
18"
28 3/8" (721)
COOKTOP CUT-OUT WIDTH
(457)
2"
2"
(51)
(51)
4" (102)
3 1/2" (89)
(102)
The Wolf 30" (762 mm) electric
cooktop requires a separate,
grounded 3-wire 240 V, 40 amp
service with its own circuit breaker. It
has a 4' (1.2 m) flexible 3-wire
conduit that can make a connection
at a junction box.
18"
(457)
33" (838)
RECOMMENDED
CABINET WIDTH
3 3/4"min
(95)
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10"
(254)
30" OVEN CUT-OUT LOCATION
4 3/4" min
(121)
* Minimum 24" (610 mm) from protected cabinet or 30" (762 mm) from unprotected cabinet to cooking surface.
Cut-out dimensions and electrical placement for 30" (762 mm) electric cooktop above 30"
(762 mm) single oven.
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36" (914 mm)
ELECTRIC COOKTOP
IMPORTANT NOTE: Wolf recommends using 39" (991 mm) cabinets
with the 36" (914 mm) cooktop.
NOTE: Dimensions in
parentheses are in millimeters.
IMPORTANT NOTE: If the 36" (914
mm) cooktop is to be used with any
combination of additional cooktop
units or modules with a filler strip,
the cut-out width increases to 35"
(889 mm).
The Wolf 36" (914 mm) electric
cooktop requires a separate,
grounded 3-wire 240 V, 50 amp
service with its own circuit breaker. It
is provided with a 4' (1.2 m) flexible
3-wire conduit that can make a
connection at a junction box.
At 240 V this cooktop is rated at 9.4
Kw and at 208 V rated at 7.1 Kw with
a minimum 40 amp service.
When a 36" (914 mm) oven is
installed below a cooktop, it is
recommended that an additional 3"
(76 mm) be added to the cabinet
base to ease the use of controls and
oven door.
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36"
(914)
13"
(330)
19 1/4" (489)
COOKTOP CUT-OUT
DEPTH
2 1/2" min
24" OR 30"*
(610 or 762)
TO COOKING
SURFACE
(64)
18"
(457)
2"
39" (991)
RECOMMENDED CABINET WIDTH
34 3/8" (873)
COOKTOP CUT-OUT WIDTH
18"
(457)
2"
(51)
(51)
4"
4"(102)
(102)
3 1/2"(89)
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3 1/2"(89)
36" (914)
10"
(254) ELECTRICAL
LOCATION IN
ADJACENT RIGHT
SIDE CABINET
STANDARD
FLOOR TO
COUNTER
HEIGHT
3 3/4"min
(95)
E
10"
(254)
36" OVEN CUT-OUT LOCATION
24" min
(610)
4 3/4" (121) min
7 3/4" (197) rec
4 3/4" (121) minimum
7 3/4" (197) recommended
* Minimum 24" (610 mm) from protected cabinet or 30" (762 mm) from unprotected cabinet to cooking surface.
Cut-out dimensions and electrical placement for 36" (914 mm) electric cooktop above 36"
(914 mm) single oven
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GAS COOKTOPS
Model CT15G
15" (381 mm) Gas Cooktop
Model CT30G
30" (762 mm) Gas Cooktop
Model CT36G
36" (914 mm) Gas Cooktop
New features make cooking a greater
pleasure than ever. For instance, at
higher settings the patented Dual
Stacked Burner design uses its upperlevel burner for maximum heat transfer.
Merely turn down the illuminated knob
and the lower-tier burners delivers finetuning control and True Simmer. You’ll
see why we patented this concept
when you can have the slightest of
flame and enjoy a simmer with no
boiling or scorching.
All gas cooktops are available in the
classic stainless steel finish and for the
30" (762 mm) and 36" (914 mm)
cooktops you can choose the premium
platinum stainless steel finish. CT15G/S
is not available in platinum.
Dual stacked
burners
Low profile
continuous grates
Lighted
control area
Deep draw pan
Model CT15G – Large Burner at 12,000 Btu/hr (3.5 kWh)
with 700 Btu/hr (.2 kWh) delivered at simmer
Small Burner at 9,200 Btu/hr (2.7 kWh)
with 300 Btu/hr (.1 kWh) delivered at simmer
Dual stacked
burners
Low Profile
continuous grates
Lighted
Control area
The sealed burners and deep recess of
the seamless draw pan area make clean
up of any of those previously unsightly
spills a snap.
Gas Cooktop Features
•
Dual stacked burners
•
True simmer on all burners
•
Lighted control area
•
Sealed burners
•
Individual spark ignition system
•
Low profile continuous grates
•
Deep seamless draw pan
•
Optional wok grate – 30" (762 mm)
and 36" (914 mm) cooktops
•
Optional griddle – 30" (762 mm)
and 36" (914 mm) cooktops
•
High altitude kit available
•
Certified by Star-K to meet
religious regulations
Deep draw pan
Model CT30G – 2 Large Burners at 12,000 Btu/hr (3.5 kWh)
with 700 Btu/hr (.2 kWh) delivered at simmer
2 Small Burners at 9,200 Btu/hr (2.7 kWh)
with 300 Btu/hr (.1 kWh) delivered at simmer
Dual stacked
burners
Low profile
continuous grates
Lighted
control area
Deep draw pan
Model CT36G – 2 Large Burners at 12,000 Btu/hr (3.5 kWh)
with 700 Btu/hr (.2 kWh) delivered at simmer
3 Small Burners at 9,200 Btu/hr (2.7 kWh)
with 300 Btu/hr (.1 kWh) delivered at simmer
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PLANNING AND DESIGN
INFORMATION
As with the electric cooktops, you
have three sizes to choose from to
address your clients' needs. The 30"
(762 mm) and 36" (914 mm)
cooktops are available in classic and
platinum stainless steel finish. The 15"
(381 mm) cooktop comes in classic
stainless steel only.
Space Requirements
The illustrations of the three different
size cooktops give you overall dimensions, while the finished cut-out
dimensions you need to incorporate
into your plans are shown in the
illustrations on the following pages.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Wolf gas
cooktops are designed and agency
approved for use with Wolf built-in
ovens only. The cooktop nominal
width must match the built-in oven
nominal width.
IMPORTANT NOTE: When installing
a ventilation hood, refer to the
specific requirements of the hood for
the minimum dimension to cooking
surface.
These cooktops can accommodate
the Wolf downdraft system, a Wolf
chimney or Pro Series ventilation
hood. Refer to pages 46-61 for ventilation specifics.
The electric ignition system is a safe,
convenient and reliable manner to
provide ignition for the burners.
However, you need to make provisions for a separate 120 V, 60 Hz
power supply. The service should
have its own 15 amp circuit breaker
and a grounded 3-prong receptacle
should be located within the reach of
the 6' (1.8 m) power cord. Refer to
the illustrations on the following
pages.
Wolf gas cooktops using natural gas
function up to an altitude of 8,000'
(2438 m) without any adjustment.
Natural gas installations from 8,000'
(2438 m) to 10,000' (3048 m) need
the High Altitude Kit. Contact your
Wolf dealer for details. LP gas installations will operate up to 10,000'
(3048 m) without adjustment.
15"
(381 mm)
21"
(533 mm)
4"
(102 mm)
15" (381 mm) Gas Cooktop
Model CT15G
30"
(762 mm)
4"
(102 mm)
You must follow all National
Electrical Code and gas regulations.
In addition, be aware of local codes
and ordinances when installing your
services.
30" (762 mm) Gas Cooktop
Model CT30G
36"
(914 mm)
4"
(102 mm)
Electrical and Gas Requirements
Wolf gas cooktops are designed to
operate on natural gas at 5" (127
mm) WC (water column) pressure or
LP gas at 10" (254 mm) WC pressure.
They are supplied with a 1/2" (13
mm) NPT male gas connection at the
right rear corner on the bottom of
the cooktop. The male connector
exits the unit straight down and you
are supplied with a regulator with
two female connectors.
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21"
(533 mm)
36" (914 mm) Gas Cooktop
Model CT36G
21"
(533 mm)
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15" (381 mm) GAS
COOKTOP
For the 15" (381 mm) gas cooktop, the
gas service may be supplied through
the floor, if the cooktop is not installed
above an oven. Refer to the illustration
for specifics on cut-out dimensions and
placement of gas and electrical.
NOTE: Dimensions in
parentheses are in millimeters.
30"
(762)
IMPORTANT NOTE: When multiple
15" (381 mm) cooktop modules are
installed side-by-side refer to the countertop cut-out dimensions on page 25.
33" (838)
RECOMMENDED
CABINET WIDTH
13"
(330)
24" OR 30"*
19 1/4" (489)
COOKTOP CUT-OUT
DEPTH
2 1/2" min
(610 or 762)
TO COOKING
SURFACE
18"
7"
(64)
18"
14" (356)
(457)
(178)
(457)
7"
CUT-OUT
WIDTH
(178)
4"(102)
30" (762 mm) GAS
COOKTOP
A Wolf 30" (762 mm) single oven may
be installed below the 30" (762 mm)
gas cooktop. Refer to the illustration for
specifics on cut-out dimensions and
placement of gas and electrical. Also be
aware of the depth of the cooktop
when planning for this installation.
15"
(381)
15"
(381)
LOCATION OF GAS
SUPPLY MAY ALSO
EXTEND 5" ON FLOOR
FROM BACK WALL
LOCATION OF GAS SUPPLY
MAY ALSO EXTEND 5" ON
FLOOR FROM BACK WALL
5"
15"
(127)
(381)
NOTE: Application shown allows for installation of two 15" (381 mm) modules side-by-side.
* Minimum 24" (610 mm) from protected cabinet or 30" (762 mm) from unprotected cabinet to cooking surface.
Cut-out dimensions, electrical and gas placement for 15" (381 mm) gas cooktop, no oven or
downdraft
IMPORTANT NOTE: Wolf recommends using 33" (838 mm) cabinets
with the 30" (762 mm) cooktop.
NOTE: Dimensions in
parentheses are in millimeters.
When a gas cooktop is installed above
cabinets, the gas and electrical placement is not critical. A grounded outlet
needs to be placed within 4' (1.2 m) of
the right rear of the cooktop.
IMPORTANT NOTE: When an oven is
installed below the cooktop, the gas
and electrical conduit should run
through the adjacent base cabinet
within the shaded area shown in the
illustration. The top right area in the
oven cavity is available, but will make
installation difficult. The bottom
cabinet support must be able to
support 250 lbs. (113 kg).
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36" (914)
STANDARD
FLOOR TO
COUNTER
HEIGHT
30"
(762)
33" (838)
RECOMMENDED
CABINET WIDTH
30" min (762)
13"
(330)
24" OR 30"*
19 1/4" (489)
COOKTOP CUT-OUT
DEPTH
2 1/2" min
(610 or 762)
TO COOKING
SURFACE
(64)
18"
(457)
9"
18"
29" (737)
COOKTOP CUT-OUT WIDTH
(457)
9"
(229)
(229)
4"
4" (102)
(102)
G
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3 1/2" (89)
3 1/2"(89)
10"
(254) ELECTRICAL
LOCATION IN
ADJACENT RIGHT
SIDE CABINET
36" (914)
STANDARD
FLOOR TO
COUNTER
HEIGHT
E
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3 1/2"min
(89)
10"
(254)
30" OVEN CUT-OUT LOCATION
24" min
(610)
4 3/4" min
(121)
* Minimum 24" (610 mm) from protected cabinet or 30" (762 mm) from unprotected cabinet to cooking surface.
Cut-out dimensions, electrical and gas placement for 30" (762 mm) gas cooktop above 30"
(762 mm) single oven
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36" (914 mm) GAS
COOKTOP
A Wolf 36" (914 mm) single oven
may be installed below the 36" (914
mm) cooktop. Refer to the illustration
for specifics on cut-out dimensions
and placement of gas and electrical.
Also be aware of the depth of the
cooktop when planning for this
installation.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Wolf recommends using 39" (991 mm) cabinets
with the 36" (914 mm) cooktop.
When a gas cooktop is installed
above cabinets, the gas and electrical
placement is not critical. A grounded
outlet needs to be placed within 4'
(1.2 m) of the right rear of the
cooktop.
IMPORTANT NOTE: When an oven
is installed below the cooktop, the
gas and electrical conduit should run
through the adjacent base cabinet
within the shaded area shown in the
illustration. The top right area in the
oven cavity is available, but will make
installation difficult. The bottom
cabinet support must be able to
support 250 lbs. (113 kg).
When a 36" (914 mm) oven is
installed below a cooktop, it is
recommended that an additional 3"
(76 mm) be added to the cabinet
base to ease the use of controls and
oven door.
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NOTE: Dimensions in
parentheses are in millimeters.
36"
(914)
13"
(330)
39" (991)
RECOMMENDED CABINET WIDTH
36" min (914)
24" OR 30"*
19 1/4" (489)
COOKTOP CUT-OUT
DEPTH
2 1/2" min
(610 or 762)
TO COOKING
SURFACE
(64)
18"
(457)
9"
18"
35" (889)
COOKTOP CUT-OUT WIDTH
(457)
9"
(229)
(229)
4"
4" (102)
(102)
E
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3 1/2" (89)
10"
(254) ELECTRICAL
LOCATION IN
ADJACENT RIGHT
SIDE CABINET
3 1/2" (89)
36" (914)
STANDARD
FLOOR TO
COUNTER
HEIGHT
3 1/2"min
(89)
E
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10"
(254)
36" OVEN CUT-OUT LOCATION
24" min
(610)
7 3/4" (197) rec
4 3/4" (121) min
7 3/4" (197) rec
4 3/4" (121) min
* Minimum 24" (610 mm) from protected cabinet or 30" (762 mm) from unprotected cabinet to cooking surface.
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INTEGRATED COOKTOPS
Model IM15
Gas Multi-function Cooktop
Model IG15
Electric Grill Cooktop
With Wolf's integrated cooktops, you
have the ultimate in customization.
You can create your own design by
mixing and matching the various
components within this system. And
when you couple these modules with
some of the other cooktops within
the Wolf inventory you and your
client will truly understand freedom
of choice.
These modules integrate perfectly
with their larger counterparts, right
down to their low-profile grates, dual
stacked gas burners, deep spill pan
and illuminated controls. The twoelement electric and dual stacked
burner gas modules deliver the same
performance and appearance as the
larger electric and gas cooktops.
The integrated cooktops can be
installed together or with 30" (762
mm) or 36" (914 mm) cooktops.
When multiple units are installed sideby-side, you add the cut-out dimensions together and 1-1/4" (32 mm)
additional space for each additional
unit, to give you your total cut-out
width. Refer to the illustration.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Where multiple
units are installed side-by-side, each
unit must have its own separate
recommended electrical circuit. When
multiple gas units are installed next to
one another, they can receive their
gas supply from a common line.
However, each unit MUST have its
own regulator installed between the
mainline and the integrated cooktop.
59 3/4" (1518) FOUR MODULES CUT-OUT WIDTH
Model IS15
Electric Steamer Cooktop
(OR 30" COOKTOP AND TWO MODULES)
44 1/2" (1130) THREE MODULES WIDTH
(OR 30" COOKTOP AND ONE MODULE)
29 1/4" (743)
TWO MODULES WIDTH
Model IF15
Electric Fryer Cooktop
2 1/2"min
(64)
14"
19 1/4"
(356)
CUT-OUT
WIDTH
(489)
CUT-OUT
DEPTH
FRONT OF COUNTERTOP
* This appliance is certified by Star-K to
meet strict religious regulations in
conjunction with specific instructions
found on www.star-k.org.
NOTE: Dimensions in parentheses are in millimeters.
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GAS MULTI-FUNCTION
COOKTOP
PLANNING AND
DESIGN INFORMATION
It’s really a misnomer to describe this
wonderful cooktop as a wok instrument because it is much more than
that. With two grates, the wok grate
will handle your wok perfectly, while
the low-profile grate will accommodate even your largest stockpots.
The illustrations below provide the
overall size of the cooktop and
finished cut-out dimensions.
For true wok cooking, the burner
sculpts the gas flame into a plume,
focusing heat in the center of the
wok, then dispersing it outward for
precisely controlled cooking. The
powerful burner that exceeds 18,000
Btu/hr (5.3 kWh), boils water much
faster than many other product on
the market.
The Wolf multi-function cooktop is
available in classic stainless steel.
Multi-Function Cooktop Features:
•
Classic stainless steel finish
•
High-output burner
•
Two grates –
wok and low profile
•
Illuminated controls
•
Sealed burner
•
Single spark ignition system
The electric ignition system is a safe,
convenient and reliable manner to
provide ignition for the burner. The
Wolf multi-function cooktop requires
a separate 120 V, 60 Hz power supply.
The service should have its own 15
amp circuit breaker, and a grounded
3-prong receptacle should be located
within the reach of the 6' (1.8 m)
power cord.
IMPORTANT NOTE: When multiple
15" (381 mm) modules are installed
side-by-side refer to the countertop
cut-out dimensions on page 25.
This cooktop can accommodate a
Wolf chimney hood, downdraft or Pro
Series ventilation hood. Refer to
pages 46-61 for Wolf ventilation
specifics and recommendations.
The gas service may be supplied
through the floor or within the
shaded area shown in the illustration.
The Wolf gas multi-function cooktop
functions up to 8,000' (2438 m) in
altitude without any adjustment. If
installation is above 8,000' (2438 m),
contact your Wolf dealer.
Electrical and Gas Requirements
The multi-function cooktop is
designed to operate on natural gas at
5" WC (water column) pressure or LP
gas at 10" (254 mm) WC pressure. It
is supplied with a 1/2" (13 mm) NPT
female gas connection at the right
rear corner.
You must follow all National Electrical
Code and gas regulations. In
addition, be aware of local codes and
ordinances when installing your
services.
NOTE: Dimensions in
parentheses are in millimeters.
30"
(762)
33" (838)
RECOMMENDED
CABINET WIDTH
13"
(330)
15"
(381 mm)
19 1/4" (489)
COOKTOP CUT-OUT
DEPTH
21"
(533 mm)
24" OR 30"*
2 1/2" min
(610 or 762)
TO COOKING
SURFACE
(64)
18"
18"
14" (356)
(457)
7"
(178)
(457)
7"
CUT-OUT
WIDTH
(178)
5"
(127 mm)
5"(127)
36" (914)
STANDARD
FLOOR TO
COUNTER
HEIGHT
LOCATION OF GAS
SUPPLY MAY ALSO
EXTEND 5" ON FLOOR
FROM BACK WALL
5"
Model IM15
Multi-function Cooktop Overall Dimensions
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15"
(381)
15"
(381)
LOCATION OF GAS SUPPLY
MAY ALSO EXTEND 5" ON
FLOOR FROM BACK WALL
(127)
NOTE: Application shown allows for installation of two 15" (381 mm) modules side-by-side.
* Minimum 24" (610 mm) from protected cabinet or 30" (762 mm) from unprotected cabinet to cooking surface.
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ELECTRIC GRILL
COOKTOP
PLANNING AND
DESIGN INFORMATION
Who says you have to sacrifice the
fun of grilling when the weather
changes and you cannot take advantage of the outdoors? With this grill
cooktop you can easily handle steaks
and all sorts of food without the
hassle of lava rocks or briquettes.
The Wolf grill cooktop is available in
classic stainless steel.
There are two individual heating
elements – front and back – on this
module that enables you to cook on
one side while keeping other items at
serving temperature.
For ease of cleaning, there are dishwasher safe porcelainized plates
below two 1,400 watt heating
elements that accumulate any
unwanted grease and drain it away.
Electrical Requirements
The Wolf grill cooktop requires a
separate, grounded 4-wire 240 V, 15
amp service with its own circuit
breaker. The unit is provided with a 4'
(1.2 m) flexible 3-wire conduit that
makes a connection to a junction
box. At 240 V this cooktop is rated at
2.8 Kw.
The illustrations below provide the
overall size that you need to plan for
in your installation and the finished
cut-out dimensions.
This cooktop can accommodate a
Wolf chimney hood, downdraft or Pro
Series ventilation hood. Refer to
pages 46-61 for Wolf ventilation
specifics and recommendations.
You must follow all National Electrical
Code regulations. In addition, be
aware of local codes and ordinances
when installing your service.
IMPORTANT NOTE: When multiple
15" (381 mm) modules are installed
side-by-side refer to the countertop
cut-out dimensions on page 25.
Grill Cooktop Features:
•
Classic stainless steel finish
•
Two individually controlled
1,400 watt elements
•
Porcelain collection plate
•
Illuminated controls
•
One piece grilling grid
•
Low profile grilling surface
•
Timer
NOTE: Dimensions in
parentheses are in millimeters.
30"
(762)
33" (838)
RECOMMENDED
CABINET WIDTH
13"
(330)
19 1/4" (489)
COOKTOP CUT-OUT
DEPTH
24" OR 30"*
2 1/2" min
(610 or 762)
TO COOKING
SURFACE
(64)
18"
18"
14" (356)
(457)
7"
(178)
(457)
7"
CUT-OUT
WIDTH
15"
(178)
6 1/4"
(159)
(381 mm)
21"
(533 mm)
36" (914)
STANDARD
FLOOR TO
COUNTER
HEIGHT
6 1/4"
(159 mm)
E
15"
(381)
15"
(381)
RIGHT SIDE
CABINET VIEW
NOTE: Application shown allows for installation of two 15" (381 mm) modules side-by-side.
* Minimum 24" (610 mm) from protected cabinet or 30" (762 mm) from unprotected cabinet to cooking surface.
Model IG15
Grill Cooktop Overall Dimensions
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ELECTRIC STEAMER
COOKTOP
PLANNING AND
DESIGN INFORMATION
From a temperature of 150˚F (66˚C) to
boil, you can keep food hot for long
periods of time or defrost easily
without drying out or losing its flavor.
The illustrations below provide the
overall size of the cooktop and
finished cut-out dimensions.
The beauty of this cooktop module is
accented by the sculptured glass
domed lid, which is easily inverted for
storage to keep a low profile.
The deep, large vessel with a two
gallon (7.6 L) capacity can be used to
cook up to 16 cups of pasta. Included
is a solid and perforated insert pan.
The Wolf steamer cooktop is available
in classic stainless steel.
Steamer Cooktop Features:
•
Classic stainless steel finish
•
Large two gallon (7.6 L) capacity
•
Hidden 2,600 watt heating
element
•
Automatic drain
•
Domed glass lid
•
Two insert pans – one solid and
one perforated
•
Illuminated controls
•
Timer
•
Pre-heat indicator
This cooktop can accommodate a
Wolf chimney or Pro Series ventilation
hood. Refer to pages 46-61 for Wolf
ventilation specifics and recommendations.
IMPORTANT NOTE: The steamer
cooktop must be installed with a
drain connection. In order to accommodate this, you must provide for a
door in the base cabinet for access to
the drain connection.
IMPORTANT NOTE: When multiple
15" (381 mm) modules are installed
side-by-side refer to the countertop
cut-out dimensions on page 25.
Drain Connection
Electrical Requirements
The outlet from the valve is 5/8" (16
mm) which will accept a drain hose
that must flow downward to and tie
into an existing sink drain. Another
option would be to plumb a separate
drain with a freefall. Refer to the
illustration below. Following local
building codes, your plumber will
dictate how to plumb the unit.
The Wolf steamer cooktop requires a
separate, grounded 3-wire 240 V, 15
amp service with its own circuit
breaker. The unit is provided with a 4'
(1.2 m) flexible 4-wire conduit that
makes a connection to a junction
box. At 240 V this cooktop is rated at
2.6 Kw.
You must follow all National Electrical
Code regulations. In addition, be
aware of local codes and ordinances
when installing your service.
For a third option, the consumer
must supply a heat resistant bucket in
the location of the drain outlet.
NOTE: Dimensions in
parentheses are in millimeters.
30"
(762)
33" (838)
RECOMMENDED
CABINET WIDTH
13"
(330)
15"
(381 mm)
21"
(533 mm)
13 1/2"
(343 mm)
24" OR 30"*
19 1/4" (489)
COOKTOP CUT-OUT
DEPTH
2 1/2" min
(610 or 762)
TO COOKING
SURFACE
(64)
(178)
(194)
DRAIN OUTLET
LOCATION
(457)
7"
CUT-OUT
WIDTH
(178)
13 1/2"
(343)
(314)
7 5/8"
6"
36" (914)
DRAIN OUTLET
LOCATION
(152)
STANDARD
FLOOR TO
COUNTER
HEIGHT
E
15"
(381)
RIGHT SIDE
CABINET VIEW
15"
(381)
Model IS15
Steamer Cooktop Overall Dimensions
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18"
14" (356)
7"
12 3/8"
12 3/8"
(314)
18"
(457)
NOTE: Application shown allows for installation of two 15" (381 mm) modules side-by-side.
* Minimum 24" (610 mm) from protected cabinet or 30" (762 mm) from unprotected cabinet to cooking surface.
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ELECTRIC FRYER
COOKTOP
PLANNING AND
DESIGN INFORMATION
To round out your options for the
ideal kitchen, you must have a fryer
to choose from and Wolf offers a
great option that the market has
never seen. Dinner specialties that
you never tried before will be at your
fingertips when your client uses this
module.
The Wolf fryer cooktop is available in
classic stainless steel. In addition,
there is a metal storage lid to keep
the grease area free from particles
falling into the fryer.
IMPORTANT NOTE: When multiple
15" (381 mm) modules are installed
side-by-side refer to the countertop
cut-out dimensions on page 25.
The illustrations below provide the
overall size that you need to plan for
in your installation and the finished
cut-out dimensions.
Electrical Requirements
The accurate temperature control will
enable your customer to seal in that
great flavor of the food without
absorbing any unnecessary grease. In
addition the extremely deep fryer will
enable you to handle large portions
of small items or a whole chicken.
Fryer Cooktop Features:
•
Classic stainless steel finish
•
Large 1-1/4 gallon (3.8 L) capacity
•
Hidden 2,600 watt heating
element
•
Three basket design
•
Manual drain
•
Metal storage lid
•
Illuminated controls
•
Timer
•
Melt feature
•
Pre-heat indicator and cool zone
The Wolf fryer cooktop requires a
separate, grounded 4-wire 240 V, 15
amp service with its own circuit
breaker. The unit is provided with a 4'
(1.2 m) flexible 3-wire conduit that
makes a connection to a junction
box. At 240 V this cooktop is rated at
2.6 Kw.
IMPORTANT NOTE: The fryer
cooktop must be installed in a base
cabinet with access to the bottom of
the unit to drain the oil.
The consumer must supply a heat
resistant bucket to accept the oil.
Refer to the illustration below for
location of the drain outlet.
You must follow all National Electrical
Code regulations. In addition, be
aware of local codes and ordinances
when installing your service.
This cooktop can accommodate a
Wolf chimney or Pro Series ventilation
hood. Refer to pages 46-61 for Wolf
ventilation specifics and recommendations.
NOTE: Dimensions in
parentheses are in millimeters.
30"
(762)
33" (838)
RECOMMENDED
CABINET WIDTH
13"
(330)
15"
(381 mm)
21"
(533 mm)
13 1/2"
(343 mm)
24" OR 30"*
19 1/4" (489)
COOKTOP CUT-OUT
DEPTH
2 1/2" min
(610 or 762)
TO COOKING
SURFACE
(64)
12 3/8"
(314)
DRAIN OUTLET
LOCATION
STANDARD
FLOOR TO
COUNTER
HEIGHT
(457)
7"
CUT-OUT
WIDTH
(178)
DRAIN OUTLET
LOCATION
(178)
13 1/2"
(314)
36" (914)
18"
14" (356)
7"
12 3/8"
7 5/8"
(194)
RIGHT SIDE
CABINET VIEW
18"
(457)
6"
(343)
(152)
E
15"
(381)
15"
(381)
Model IF15
Fryer Cooktop Overall Dimensions
NOTE: Application shown allows for installation of two 15" (381 mm) modules side-by-side.
* Minimum 24" (610 mm) from protected cabinet or 30" (762 mm) from unprotected cabinet to cooking surface.
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DF486C
DF606DC
DF366
DF486G
DF606DG
DF364C
DF484CG
DF606F
DF364G
DF484DC
DF606CG
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WOLF DUAL FUEL
RANGES
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DF484F
DF604GF
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It's hard to put into a few words the
differences you will see in Wolf
compared to the other cooking appliances. Some of the differences are
dramatic and some are very subtle.
Suffice to say that you and your
clients will notice the differences.
Wolf dual fuel ranges come in 30"
(762 mm), 36 (914 mm), 48" (1219
mm) and 60" (1524 mm) widths, and
combined with the range top
options, the different configurations
you can choose from are numerous.
Model numbers indicate the range
top features; (C) charbroiler, (G)
griddle, (DC) double charbroiler,
(DG) double griddle and (F) French
top.
The electric oven(s) feature the Wolf
exclusive dual convection system that
delivers even temperature and airflow
throughout. Its two convection fans
and four heating elements give the
user convenience and superior
control over eight different cooking
modes. These modes include bake,
roast, broil, convection bake, convection roast, convection broil, convection and bake stone (with bake stone
accessory).
Advanced standard features such as
dual stacked burners, dual convection
fans, blue porcelain oven interior,
pivoting control panel, steel griddle
plate, infrared charbroiler and French
top are all yours for the asking. The
freedom to customize your dual fuel
range will make you and your client
look great.
* This appliance is certified by Star-K to
meet strict religious regulations in
conjunction with specific instructions
found on www.star-k.org.
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FEATURES
• Natural or LP gas range top with
dual convection electric oven(s)
• Pivoting hidden touch control
panel
• 18" (457 mm) oven on 48" (1219
mm) range is single convection
• Patent-pending coaxial temperature displaying oven selector knob
• Control knobs can be ordered in
red or black
• Eight cooking modes
• Stainless steel exterior finish
• Platinum bezels surround all knobs,
chrome, brass and copper optional
• Dual-stacked sealed 9,200 Btu/hr
(2.7 kWh) and 15,000 Btu/hr
(4.4 kWh) burners with automatic
re-ignition at all settings
• Melt feature on one 9,200 Btu/hr
(2.7 kWh) burner
• Continuous cast iron porcelain
top grates
Dual stacked sealed
burners
• Adjustable stainless steel legs in
front and adjustable patentpending rear casters
• High altitude conversion kit
available
• Spring/damper door(s) system
• Optional risers – 5" (127 mm), 10"
(254 mm) and 20" (508 mm) with
shelf – 10" (254 mm) minimum
for charbroiler and French top
units in non-island applications
• Temperature probe(s)
• Optional dehydration accessory
• Full extension bottom rack(s)
• Optional Bake Stone accessory
• Hidden bake element and
recessed broil element
• Two and five year residential
warranty
• Triple pane oven door windows
and dual halogen lighting
• CSA certified for US and Canada
• Proof mode for 18" (457 mm)
oven on 48" (1219 mm) range
• Self-cleaning oven(s)
• Blue porcelain oven interior(s)
11" (279 mm)
griddle (optional)
11" (279 mm)
charbroiler (optional)
For optional accessories, contact your
Wolf dealer
Continuous cast iron
top grates
Stainless steel
island trim
Pivoting hidden
control panel
Griddle "ready"
indicator light
Control knobs with
platinum bezels
Stainless steel
exterior finish
Coaxial oven
selector knob(s)
Dual halogen oven
lighting
Spring / damper door
system
Spring / damper door
system
Adjustable front legs and
rear casters
Wolf Model DF484CG
48" (1219 mm) Dual Fuel Range shown
Blue porcelain oven
interior(s)
Dual convection oven
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PLANNING AND
DESIGN INFORMATION
IMPORTANT NOTE: Caution must
be used in planning the proper installation of the Wolf dual fuel range to
avoid any fires or damage to adjacent
cabinetry or kitchen equipment.
Please follow the minimum clearances
established in the finished rough-in
dimensions.
Also, it is important that you plan for
the proper ventilation when installing
a Wolf dual fuel range. It is recommended that you use a Wolf Pro
Series ventilation hood with all Wolf
dual fuel ranges. Refer to pages 5257 for Pro Series ventilation specifics
and the Pro Series Ventilation Recommendations charts on pages 60-61.
All Wolf dual fuel ranges come in the
classic stainless steel finish. Distinctive
red or black knobs are available for
your client. Contact your Wolf dealer
for help acquiring the Dual Fuel
Range Knob Kit of choice.
Oven Interior Dimensions
• 30" (762 mm) Dual Fuel Range:
21-1/2" W x 16-1/2" H x 16-3/8" D
(546 x 419 x 416 mm)
• 36" (914 mm) Dual Fuel Range:
26-1/2" W x 16-1/2" H x 16-3/8" D
(673 x 419 x 416 mm)
• 48" (1219 mm) Dual Fuel Range:
Large oven: 21-1/2" W x 16-1/2" H x
16-3/8" D (546 x 419 x 416 mm)
Small oven: 11-5/8" W x 16-1/2" H x
16-3/8" D (295 x 419 x 416 mm)
• 60" (1524 mm) Dual Fuel Range:
Both ovens: 21-1/2" W x 16-1/2" H x
16-3/8" D (546 x 419 x 416 mm)
Space Requirements
The finished rough-in dimensions you
need to incorporate into your plans
are noted on the following page. Also
refer to the chart below. We have
minimized the information contained
in the illustrations, concentrating on
the critical information you must plan
into your installation.
Electrical and Gas Requirements
All Wolf dual fuel ranges are designed
to operate on natural gas at 5" (127
mm) WC (water column) pressure or
LP gas at 10" (254 mm) WC pressure.
The maximum gas supply pressure to
the regulator should never exceed 14"
(356 mm) WC; .5 psi (3.5 kPa).
Wolf recommends the use of a 1/2"
(13 mm) I.D. commercial type flex
hose; a 1/2" (13 mm) I.D. commercial
type flex is the minimum size that
may be used. All plumbing to the flex
hose MUST be 3/4" (19 mm)
minimum I.D. pipe.
A
Overall width of range (width may vary to +1/8")
B
Finished rough opening width
Dimension from edge of rough opening
The 30" (762 mm) and 36" (914 mm)
ranges require a 240 V AC, 60 Hz, 30
amp fused electrical supply to operate
the electrical portions of your unit.
The 48" (1219 mm) and 60" (1524
mm) ranges require a 240 V AC, 60
Hz, 50 amp fused electrical supply.
These units are designed with a
terminal block on the rear of the
range. The terminal block allows for a
3-wire or 4-wire installation. For a
4-wire installation, the ground strap
from the unit to the terminal block
must be cut. Two concentric knockouts on the base of the unit, are
provided to allow a certified electrical
contractor to wire the range directly
to a junction box. The terminal block
will also accept an appliance cord that
is sized correctly for the ranges'
voltage and amperage.
You must follow all National Electrical
Code and gas regulations. In addition,
be aware of local codes and ordinances when installing your services.
Wolf dual fuel ranges using natural
gas function up to an altitude of
8,000' (2438 m) without any adjustment. Natural gas and LP gas installations from 8,000' (2438 m) to 11,000'
(3353 m) need the High Altitude Kit.
Contact your Wolf dealer for details
on these kits.
Installation Dimensions
C
IMPORTANT NOTE: A separate
external gas shut-off valve must be
located near the appliance in an
accessible location.
30" (762 mm)
Dual Fuel Range
36" (914 mm)
Dual Fuel Range
29 7/8" (759 mm)
35 7/8" (911 mm)
30 " (762 mm)
36 " (914 mm)
8 1/2"
(216 mm)
8 1/2"
(216 mm)
48" (1219 mm)
Dual Fuel Range
60" (1527 mm)
Dual Fuel Range
47 7/8" (1216 mm) 60 1/8" (1527 mm)
48 " (1219 mm)
60 1/4" (1530 mm)
24" (610 mm)
31" (787 mm)
D Location of gas supply
10" (254 mm)
15" (381 mm)
10 (254 mm)
10 (254 mm)
E
13" (330 mm)
19" (483 mm)
13" (330 mm)
13" (330 mm)
Location of electrical
NOTE: Dimensions correspond to the illustrations on the following page.
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D
U A L
F
R
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A N G E S
INSTALLATION DIMENSIONS
29 1/2" (749)
OVERALL DEPTH
27 1/2"
(699)
24 1/4"
(616)
35 7/8"
36 7/8"
(911)
(937)
OVERALL
HEIGHT
36 7/8"
(937)
TO
COOKING
SURFACE
25" (635)
47" (1194)
A
LEGS AND CASTERS ALLOW
2 1/8" HEIGHT ADJUSTMENT
OVERALL WIDTH
NOTE: Dimensions in parentheses are in millimeters.
COMBUSTIBLE CONSTRUCTION
VENTILATION HOOD
13" max
(330)
30" min (762)
COOKING SURFACE
TO COMBUSTIBLE
CONSTRUCTION
30" min (762) TO
36" max (914)
44" min (914)
TO CHARBROILER
TO BOTTOM OF
VENTILATION HOOD
18" min (457)
TO COOKING
SURFACE
6" min
(152)
TO WALL
COOKING SURFACE
B
FINISHED ROUGH OPENING WIDTH
36"
(914)
D
C
LOCATION
OF GAS
SUPPLY
3 1 / 4"
36 7/8"
(937) TO
COOKING
SURFACE
(83)
E
LOCATION OF GAS AND
LOCATION OF
ELECTRICAL EXTENDS 3"
ELECTRICAL
ON FLOOR FROM BACK WALL
ISLAND INSTALLATIONS: 12" MINIMUM
CLEARANCE FROM BACK OF RANGE
TO COMBUSTIBLE CONSTRUCTION
NOTE: Refer to the chart on the previous page for dimensions referenced by letters in the illustrations.
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R304
R488
R606DC
R366
R486C
R606DG
R364C
R486G
R606F
R364G
R484CG
R606CG
R484DC
R604CF
R484DG
R604GF
W
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G
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R
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WOLF GAS RANGES
R484F
R482CF
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If it looks as if it could be in a restaurant kitchen, well, that’s natural.
That’s precisely where Wolf has spent
the past seven decades, perfecting
the form, function and sheer durability of our stainless steel gas ranges.
Wolf gas ranges come in 30" (762
mm), 36 (914 mm), 48" (1219 mm)
and 60" (1524 mm) widths, and
combined with the range top
options, the different configurations
you can choose from are numerous.
Model numbers indicate the range
top features; (C) charbroiler, (G)
griddle, (DC) double charbroiler,
(DG) double griddle and (F) French
top.
Advanced standard features such as
an infrared oven broiler; convection
baking, dual burners, a carbon steel
griddle, infrared charbroiler and
French top are all yours for the
asking. The freedom to customize
your gas range will make you and
your client look great.
W
O L F
G
A S
R
A N G E S
FEATURES
•
Natural or LP gas models
•
Optional S-grates available
•
Classic stainless steel exterior
•
•
Large red control knobs with four
position settings (optional black
knobs available)
Stainless steel drip tray on ball
bearing slides
•
Door windows and interior lights
in ovens
•
Chrome bezels surround all knobs
•
Porcelain oven interior
•
Dual brass burners with automatic
re-ignition at all settings
•
•
Cast iron porcelain coated grates
3" (76 mm) adjustable stainless
steel legs in front and adjustable
rear casters
•
Individual
porcelain coated
cast iron grates
11" (279 mm)
Charbroiler (optional)
5" (127 mm)
riser (optional)
• High altitude conversion kit
available
• Optional risers – 5" (127 mm),
10" (254 mm) and 20" (508 mm)
with shelf
• Two and five year residential
warranty
• CSA certified for US and Canada
For optional accessories, contact your
Wolf dealer
Full side panels and skirt
11" (279 mm)
Griddle (optional)
Dual brass
burners
Burner spill
tray
Convection fan
switch
Large red
control knobs
Oven light
switch
Oven light
switch
Pull-out
drip tray
Adjustable
oven racks
Full side panels
and skirt
standard
Oven-ready
light
Griddle "ready"
indicator light
Wolf Model R484CG
48" (1219 mm) Gas Range shown
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G
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R
A N G E S
PLANNING AND
DESIGN INFORMATION
IMPORTANT NOTE: Caution must
be used in planning the proper installation of the Wolf gas range to avoid
any fires or damage to adjacent
cabinetry or kitchen equipment.
Please follow the minimum clearances
established in the finished rough-in
dimensions.
Also, it is important that you plan for
the proper ventilation when installing
a Wolf gas range. It is recommended
that you use a Wolf Pro Series ventilation hood with all Wolf gas ranges.
Refer to pages 52-57 for Pro Series
ventilation specifics and the Pro Series
Ventilation Recommendations charts
on pages 60-61.
All Wolf gas ranges come in the
classic stainless steel finish and are
shipped with the distinctive red
knobs. Optional black knobs are
available at no cost. Contact your
Wolf dealer.
Oven Interior Dimensions
• 30" (762 mm) Gas Range:
24" W x 16-1/2" H x 17" D
(610 x 419 x 432 mm)
• 36" (914 mm) Gas Range:
30" W x 16-1/2" H x 17" D
(762 x 419 x 432 mm)
• 48" (1219 mm) Gas Range:
Large oven: 24" W x 16-1/2" H x 17" D
(610 x 419 x 432 mm)
Small oven: 13-1/2" W x 16-1/2" H x
18-1/2" D (343 x 419 x 470 mm)
IMPORTANT NOTE: A separate
external gas shut-off valve must be
located near the appliance in an
accessible location.
Space Requirements
The Wolf gas range requires a
110/120 V electric supply to operate
the electronic ignition system. The 6'
(1.8 m) supply cord provided with
the range is equipped with a 3-prong,
grounded plug for protection against
shock hazard. The service should have
its own 15 amp circuit breaker.
The finished rough-in dimensions you
need to incorporate into your plans
are noted on the following page. Also
refer to the chart below. We have
minimized the information contained
in the illustrations, concentrating on
the critical information you must plan
into your installation.
Electrical and Gas Requirements
You must follow all National Electrical
Code and gas regulations. In addition,
be aware of local codes and ordinances when installing your services.
All Wolf gas ranges are designed to
operate on natural gas at 5" (127
mm) WC (water column) pressure or
LP gas at 10" (254 mm) WC pressure.
The maximum gas supply pressure to
the regulator should never exceed
14" (356 mm) WC; .5 psi (3.5 kPa).
Wolf recommends the use of a 1/2"
(13 mm) I.D. commercial type flex
hose; a 1/2" (13 mm) I.D. commercial type flex is the minimum size that
may be used. All plumbing to the flex
hose MUST be 3/4" (19 mm)
minimum I.D. pipe.
The Wolf gas range functions up to
6,000' (1828 m) in altitude without
any adjustment. If installation is
above 6,000' (1828 m), contact your
Wolf dealer.
30" (762 mm)
Gas Range
36" (914 mm)
Gas Range
48" (1219 mm)
Gas Range
60" (1524 mm)
Gas Range
Overall Width of Gas Range – may vary to +1/4" (6 mm) 30" (762 mm)
36" (914 mm)
48" (1219 mm)
60" (1524 mm)
Installation Dimensions
A
• 60" (1524 mm) Gas Range:
Both ovens: 24" W x 16-1/2" H x 17" D
(610 x 419 x 432 mm)
B
Finished Rough Opening Width
C
Location of Gas Supply (within shaded area)
30 1/4"
(768 mm)
36 1/4"
(921 mm)
48 1/4"
(1226 mm) 60 1/4" (1530 mm)
12" (305 mm)
12" (305 mm)
12" (305 mm)
12" (305 mm
D Location of Electrical
10" (254 mm)
10" (254 mm)
26" (660 mm)
10" (254 mm)
E
12" (305 mm)
12" (305 mm)
12" (305 mm)
12" (305 mm)
Location of Electrical (within shaded area)
NOTE: Dimensions correspond to the illustrations on the following page.
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INSTALLATION DIMENSIONS
28 3/8" (721)
OVERALL DEPTH
27 1/4" (692)
9 1/4"
1 3/4"
(235)
(44)
20" (508)
RISER
10" (254)
RISER
5" (127)
RISER
COOKING
SURFACE
56 3/4"
(1441)
ISLAND OR PENINSULA
INSTALLATION
46 3/4"
37"
(1187)
(940)
35 1/2"
41 3/4"
(902)
(1060)
36"
(914)
36"
(914)
191/8" (486)
43 3/8" (1102)
2 1/ 2"
(64)
A
3" (76) FRONT LEGS WITH
1" (25) HEIGHT ADJUSTMENT
OVERALL WIDTH
24 1/2" (622)
REAR CASTERS ALLOW
1" (25) HEIGHT ADJUSTMENT
25 1/4"(641)
COMBUSTIBLE CONSTRUCTION
VENTILATION HOOD
13" max
(330)
CABINET
DEPTH
*30" min (762)
SURFACE BURNERS AND
GRIDDLE
ISLAND INSTALLATION:
NO SIDE WALL OR REAR WALL
ABOVE COOKING SURFACE
*36" min (914)
30" (762) TO 36" (914)
COOKING SURFACE TO
BOTTOM OF
VENTILATION HOOD
ALL 60" (1524) RANGES
CHARBROILER
6" min
(152)
TO
COMBUSTIBLE
MATERIALS
*44" min (1118)
18" min (457)
TO COOKING
SURFACE
6" min
(152)
TO
COMBUSTIBLE
MATERIALS
PENINSULA INSTALLATION:
NO SIDE WALL ABOVE
COOKING SURFACE
*** ISLAND
INSTALLATION
COOKING
SURFACE
COOKING SURFACE
37"
B
(940)
FINISHED ROUGH OPENING WIDTH
D
8"
(203)
LOCATION OF
ELECTRICAL
36" max
36"
E
(914)
(914)
E
LOCATION OF
2" **GAS SUPPLY
(51)
5 1 /2"
C
(140)
G
3"
5"
* MINIMUM DISTANCE FROM COOKING SURFACE
TO BOTTOM OF COMBUSTIBLE CONSTRUCTION
(127)
** LOCATION OF GAS SUPPLY EXTENDS
(76)
3" (76) ON FLOOR FROM BACK WALL
NOTE: Dimensions in parentheses are in millimeters.
*** 12" (305) MINIMUM CLEARANCE TO
COMBUSTIBLE MATERIALS –
0" (0) TO NON-COMBUSTIBLE MATERIALS
NOTE: Refer to the chart on the previous page for dimensions referenced by letters in the illustrations.
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RT366
RT488
RT364C
RT486C
RT364G
RT486G
RT362F
RT484CG
R
A N G E T O P S
WOLF GAS RANGETOPS
G
A S
RT484DC
O L F
RT484DG
W
RT484F
RT482CF
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If you want to offer a more professional look to your client’s kitchen and
still use a cooktop, look to the rangetops from Wolf. They offer you that
commercial look but give you flexibility to use the ovens in other locations
in the kitchen. In fact the Wolf framed
ovens would be a beautiful complement to these cooking instruments.
Wolf gas rangetops come in 36" (914
mm) and 48" (1219 mm) widths, and
combined with the cooking feature
options, the different configurations
you can choose from are numerous.
Model numbers indicate the rangetop
features; (C) charbroiler, (G) griddle,
(DC) double charbroiler, (DG) double
griddle and (F) French top.
Choose from two, four, six or eight
dual burners or consider the Wolf
exclusive infrared charbroiler, griddle
or French top for the ultimate in
restaurant cooking in the home.
The dual burners can produce 16,000
Btu/hr (4.7 kWh) for professional
cooking heat and turn down to 500
Btu/hr (.1 kWh) for those delicate jobs
like melting chocolate.
W
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G
R
A S
A N G E T O P S
FEATURES
•
Natural or LP gas models
•
Cast iron porcelain coated grates
•
Classic stainless steel exterior
•
Optional S-grates available
•
Large red control knobs with four
position settings (optional black
knobs available)
•
Stainless steel drip tray on ball
bearing slides
•
Chrome bezels surround all knobs
•
Dual brass burners with automatic
re-ignition at all settings
11" (279 mm)
Charbroiler (optional)
•
Low profile stainless steel island
trim
• Optional 10-1/2" (267 mm) riser
• Two and five year residential
warranty
• CSA certified for US and Canada
For optional accessories, contact your
Wolf dealer
11" (279 mm)
Griddle (optional)
Individual porcelain coated
cast iron grates
Low profile stainless steel
island trim
Stainless steel
exterior finish
• High altitude conversion kit
available
Dual brass burners
Large red control
knobs
Griddle "ready"
indicator light
Pull-out tray
Wolf Model RT484CG
48" (1219 mm) Gas Rangetop shown
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W
O L F
G
A S
R
A N G E T O P S
PLANNING AND
DESIGN INFORMATION
IMPORTANT NOTE: Caution must
be used in planning the proper
installation of the Wolf gas rangetop
to avoid any fires or damage to
adjacent cabinetry or kitchen equipment. Please follow the minimum
clearances established in the finished
rough-in dimensions.
Also, it is important that you plan for
the proper ventilation when installing
a Wolf gas rangetop. It is recommended that you use a Wolf Pro
Series ventilation hood with all Wolf
gas rangetops. Refer to pages 52-57
for Pro Series ventilation specifics and
the Pro Series Ventilation Recommendations charts on pages 60-61.
All Wolf gas rangetops come in the
classic stainless steel finish and are
shipped with the distinctive red
knobs. Optional black knobs are
available at no cost. Contact your
Wolf dealer for help acquiring the
black knobs.
Space Requirements
The finished rough-in dimensions you
need to incorporate into your plans
are noted on the following page. Also
refer to the chart below. We have
minimized the information contained
in the illustrations, concentrating on
the critical information you must plan
into your installation.
Electrical and Gas Requirements
All Wolf gas rangetops are designed
to operate on natural gas at 5" (127
mm) WC (water column) pressure or
LP gas at 10" (254 mm) WC pressure.
The maximum gas supply pressure to
the regulator should never exceed
14" (356 mm) WC; .5 psi (3.5 kPa).
IMPORTANT NOTE: A separate
external gas shut-off valve must be
located near the appliance in an
accessible location.
The Wolf rangetop requires a
110/120 V electric supply to operate
the electronic ignition system. The 6'
(1.8 m) power supply cord provided
with the rangetop is equipped with a
3-prong, grounded plug for protection against shock hazard. The service
should have its own 15 amp circuit
breaker.
You must follow all National Electrical
Code and gas regulations. In addition,
be aware of local codes and ordinances when installing your services.
Wolf recommends the use of a 1/2"
(13 mm) I.D. commercial type flex
hose; a 1/2" (13 mm) I.D. commercial type flex is the minimum size that
may be used. All plumbing to the flex
hose MUST be 3/4" (19 mm)
minimum I.D. pipe.
The Wolf rangetop functions up to
6,000' (1828 m) in altitude without
any adjustment. If installation is
above 6,000' (1828 m), contact your
Wolf dealer.
Installation Dimensions
A
Overall Width of Gas Rangetop
B
Finished Rough Opening Width
C
Location of Electrical and Gas Supply
NOTE: Dimensions correspond to the illustrations on the following page.
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36" (914 mm)
Gas Rangetop
36" (914 mm)
36 1/4"
(921 mm)
8" (203 mm)
48" (1219 mm)
Gas Rangetop
48" (1219 mm)
48 1/4"
(1226 mm)
16" (406 mm)
INSTALLATION DIMENSIONS
27 1/4" (692)
OVERALL DEPTH
(to knobs)
1 3 /4"
(44)
10 1/2" (267)
RISER
ISLAND OR PENINSULA
INSTALLATION
COOKING
SURFACE
20"
(508)
10 1/2" (267)
9 1/2" (241)
2 3/4"
(70)
(to knobs)
A
OVERALL WIDTH
9 1/2" (241)
24" (610)
COMBUSTIBLE CONSTRUCTION
VENTILATION HOOD
13" max
(330)
CABINET
DEPTH
*30" min (762)
SURFACE BURNERS
AND GRIDDLE
6" min
*36" min (914)
(152)
TO
COMBUSTIBLE
MATERIALS
CHARBROILER
30" (762) TO 36" (914)
COOKING SURFACE TO
BOTTOM OF
VENTILATION HOOD
ISLAND INSTALLATION:
NO SIDE WALL OR REAR WALL
ABOVE COOKING SURFACE
6" min
18" min (457)
(152)
TO
COMBUSTIBLE
MATERIALS
TO COOKING
SURFACE
PENINSULA INSTALLATION:
NO SIDE WALL ABOVE
COOKING SURFACE
** ISLAND
INSTALLATION
COOKING SURFACE
9 1/2" (241)
3/4" (19) PLATFORM
TOP VIEW
OF PLATFORM
1/2"
(13)
BACK WALL
3" (76)
G
E
C
14"
2 3/4"
(70)
3/4" (19) PLATFORM
24" (610)
(356)
36" max
LOCATE ELECTRICAL AND
GAS SUPPLY WITHIN
SHADED AREA THROUGH
BOTTOM OF PLATFORM
(914)
C
B
FINISHED ROUGH OPENING WIDTH
* MINIMUM DISTANCE FROM COOKING SURFACE TO BOTTOM OF COMBUSTIBLE CONSTRUCTION
** 12" (305) MINIMUM CLEARANCE TO
COMBUSTIBLE MATERIALS –
0" (0) TO NON-COMBUSTIBLE MATERIALS
NOTE: Dimensions in parentheses are in millimeters.
NOTE: Refer to the chart on the previous page for dimensions referenced by letters in the illustrations.
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W
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G
A S
B B Q
G
R I L L S
WOLF GAS BBQ GRILLS
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BBQ242(BI)(C)
BBQ362(BI)(C)
BBQ36(BI)(C)
BBQ48(BI)(C)
Cooking to our way of thinking, is
every bit as much a performing art
as music or theater. So here is our
logic. When the symphony or the
Shakespeare troupe moves outdoors
for the festival season, the venue is
more casual than usual, but the
performance loses nothing in terms
of artistry. Why can’t cooking be the
same way? With Wolf they are.
Wolf gas BBQ grills are, like their
kitchen counterparts, precision
instruments.
Constructed of heavy-duty stainless
steel, both the 36" (914 mm) and 48"
(1219 mm) models are available
built-in or as a freestanding grill on a
cart. Model numbers followed by (BI)
indicate a built-in unit, while (C)
indicates that the grill is on a freestanding cart. Features include a
115 V rotisserie; an infrared rear
burner for precise, consistent grilling
and optional side burners.
W
O L F
G
A S
BBQ G
R I L L S
FEATURES
•
Natural or LP gas models
(must be order specific)
•
Built-in or freestanding cart models
(must be order specific)
•
Classic stainless steel exterior
•
Heavy-duty 18-gauge stainless
steel construction
•
115 V rotisserie motor
•
Infrared rear rotisserie burner
•
Optional side burners
(must be order specific)
•
Cast iron porcelain coated grates
•
Two piece stainless steel hood
and handle
Hood handle
Porcelain coated
grill grates
Rotisserie motor
•
Heavy-duty locking swivel casters
on cart models
•
Scraper and protective canvas
cover
• Two and five year residential
warranty
For optional accessories, contact your
Wolf dealer
Infrared rotisserie
burner
Hood
Step-up rear
burner
Open top burners
Gas control knob
Fold down
plate shelf
Front Panel
Heavy-duty swivel
casters with brake
Drip tray and
grease collection tray
Wolf Model BBQ362C
48" (1219 mm) Gas BBQ Grill with Freestanding Cart shown
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W
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G
A S
BBQ G
R I L L S
PLANNING AND
DESIGN INFORMATION
It goes without saying that the grill
mounted on the freestanding cart
takes very little planning from a
design perspective. However, there
are provisions you need to take into
account when planning for a built-in
application.
• The BBQ grill should be level and
not exposed to the wind.
Electrical and Gas Requirements
All Wolf gas BBQ grills are designed
to operate on natural gas at 5" (127
mm) WC (water column) pressure or
LP gas at 10" (254 mm) WC pressure.
The maximum gas supply pressure to
the regulator should never exceed
14" (356 mm) WC; .5 psi (3.5kPa).
• Keep your gas lines as short as
possible.
• Supporting deck or platform must
be able to hold 400 lbs. (181 kg).
IMPORTANT NOTE: A separate
external gas shut-off valve must be
located near the BBQ grill in an accessible location. The Wolf BBQ grill
requires a 110/120 V electric supply to
operate the rotisserie motor. The 6'
(1.8 m) power supply cord on the
motor is equipped with a 3-prong
grounded plug for protection against
shock hazard. The electrical service
must be equipped with a grounded
3-prong receptacle.
You must follow all National Electrical
Code and gas regulations. In addition,
be aware of local codes and ordinances when installing your services.
• Optional insulated jacket MUST be
used if installing into combustible
material. Contact your Wolf dealer.
The illustrations on the following
page will give you an idea of the
overall size that you need to plan for
in your installation, plus offer you the
finished rough-in dimensions. Also
refer to the chart below.
Installation Dimensions
BBQ242
BBQ36
BBQ362
BBQ48
A
Overall Width of Grill
36" (914 mm)
36" (914 mm)
48" (1219 mm)
48" (1219 mm)
B
Width of Hood
24" (610 mm)
36" (914 mm)
36" (914 mm)
48" (1219 mm)
38 1/4"
38 1/4"
50 1/4"
(1276 mm) 50 1/4" (1276 mm)
C
Rough Opening Width (Combustible Enclosure)
C
Rough Opening Width (Non-Combustible Enclosure) 36 1/4" (921 mm)
36 1/4" (921 mm)
48 1/4" (1226 mm) 48 1/4" (1226 mm)
27 3/4" (705 mm)
27 3/4" (705 mm)
27 3/4" (705 mm)
27 3/4" (705 mm)
D Rough Opening Depth (Non-Combustible Enclosure) 26 3/4" (679 mm)
26 3/4" (679 mm)
26 3/4" (679 mm)
26 3/4" (679 mm)
D Rough Opening Depth (Combustible Enclosure)
(972 mm)
NOTE: Dimensions correspond to the illustrations on the following page.
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(972 mm)
INSTALLATION DIMENSIONS
30" (762)
OVERALL DEPTH
B
26"
(660)
HEIGHT OF
BUILT-IN
GRILL
52 3/4"
(1340)
OVERALL
HEIGHT
(CART
MODELS)
36 1/4" (921)
TO GRILLING
SURFACE
26 3/4"
(680)
HEIGHT
OF CART
6"
(152)
A
OVERALL WIDTH
NOTE: Dimensions in parentheses are in millimeters.
12"
C
12"
D
12"
ROUGH OPENING WIDTH
(305) min
ROUGH OPENING
DEPTH
(305) min
(305) min
E
10 1/2" (267)
LOCATE
ELECTRICAL
OUTLET FOR
ROTISSERIE
ON LEFT SIDE
10 1/2" (267)
3 1/8"
ROUGH
OPENING
HEIGHT
ROUGH
OPENING
HEIGHT
(79)
3 3/4" (95)
3 1/8"
(79)
2" (51) DIAMETER OPENING
ALLOW OPENING
FOR ACCESS
DOOR
2 7/8"
(73)
36 1/2" max
(927)
2" (51) DIAMETER OPENING
FOR GAS SUPPLY CONNECTION
(BACK WALL LOCATION OR
BOTTOM LOCATION)
FOR GAS SUPPLY CONNECTION
(BOTTOM LOCATION)
COMBUSTIBLE ENCLOSURE
NOTE: Dimensions in parentheses are in millimeters.
6"
6"
(152)
min
C
ROUGH OPENING WIDTH
D
(152)
min
ROUGH OPENING
DEPTH
E
LOCATE
ELECTRICAL
OUTLET FOR
ROTISSERIE
ON LEFT SIDE
9 1/2" (242)
ROUGH
OPENING HEIGHT
9 1/2" (242)
2 1/8"
2 3/4"
ROUGH
OPENING HEIGHT
(54)
(70)
2 1/8"
1 7/8"
(54)
ALLOW OPENING
FOR ACCESS
DOOR
2" (51) DIAMETER OPENING
FOR GAS SUPPLY CONNECTION
(BACK WALL LOCATION OR
BOTTOM LOCATION)
4 1/2"
(114) min
(48)
36 1/2" max
(927)
2" (51) DIAMETER OPENING
FOR GAS SUPPLY CONNECTION
(BOTTOM LOCATION)
NON-COMBUSTIBLE ENCLOSURE
NOTE: Refer to the chart on the previous page for dimensions referenced by letters in the illustrations.
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WOLF VENTILATION
Chimney Wall and
Island Hoods
Downdraft Ventilation
O L F
W
Pro Series Wall Hoods,
Island Hoods and Liners
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Brilliant halogen lighting illuminates
your cooking surface. Powerful
multi-speed blowers whisk away
smoke and odors. The five-layer baffle
filters remove easily for cleaning.
Restaurant-grade baffle filters are
standard on all Wolf Pro Series hoods.
To keep foods warm, heat lamps are
standard on the Pro Series 27" (686
mm) deep wall hoods only.
Wall and island hoods are available
in classic stainless steel in varying
depths and widths up to 66" (1676
mm).
V
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We designed Wolf ventilation to
create a strong, instant visual impression – like a piece of stainless steel
sculpture attached to the wall or
ceiling. But rest assured, there’s also a
lot of hard-nosed functional thinking
behind those smoothly sculpted lines.
Wolf downdraft systems have a top
cover and user interface available in
classic stainless steel finish and the
premium finishes of platinum and
carbon stainless steel.
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CHIMNEY WALL AND
ISLAND HOODS
IMPORTANT NOTE: Wolf chimney
wall and island hoods are recommended for use with Wolf electric,
gas and integrated cooktops.
For Wolf dual fuel ranges, gas ranges
and rangetops, it is recommended
that you use a Pro Series ventilation
hood, see pages 52-57.
Chimney Wall Hoods – Available in
classic stainless steel, 30" (762 mm)
and 36" (914 mm) wide by 21" (533
mm) deep.
Chimney Island Hood – Available in
classic stainless steel, 42" (1067 mm)
wide by 27" (686 mm) deep.
These hoods come with a telescopic
chimney flue extension that allows
you to reach an 8' (2.4 m) to 9' (2.7
m) ceiling height from the floor with
a finished look. A flue extension to
accommodate 10' (3.0 m) ceilings is
available as a sales accessory. Contact
your Wolf dealer. All Wolf chimney
hoods have an 8" (203 mm) round
vertical discharge.
Chimney Hoods Features
•
Classic stainless steel finish
•
Seamless construction
•
Front mounted controls
•
LED indicators
12"
18"
(305 mm)
(457 mm)
(775 mm)
TO
48 1/2" max
E
6"
(102)
2"
Sealed halogen lighting
•
Three-speed blower control
•
Variable speed blowers
(1232 mm)
4"
(152 mm)
•
(51)
6 7/8"
(175 mm)
30"
21"
(762 mm)
(533 mm)
•
Heat Sentry feature (automatically adjusts blower speed)
•
Filter clean timer
•
Delay off feature
•
Stainless steel filter cover
with aluminum mesh filter
(dishwasher safe)
•
Built-in back draft damper
•
Internal or remote blower
options
•
30 1/2" min
30" (762 mm) Chimney Wall Hood
12"
18"
(305 mm)
(457 mm)
32 11/16" min
(829 mm)
TO
50 7/8" max
E
6"
(1292 mm)
4"
(152 mm)
(102)
2"
(51)
Fits 8' (2.4 m) to 9' (2.7 m)
ceilings
9 1/4"
(235 mm)
These illustrations of the three
chimney hoods give you overall
dimensions, while the installation
dimensions are provided in the illustrations on the following page.
21"
(533 mm)
35 7/16"
(900 mm)
36" (914 mm) Chimney Wall Hood
ELECTRICAL IS
LOCATED THROUGH
TOP OF HOOD
12"
18"
(305 mm)
(457 mm)
33 9/16" min
(851 mm)
TO
47 1/16" max
(1197 mm)
9 1/4"
(235 mm)
27"
(686 mm)
42"
(1067 mm)
42" (1067 mm) Chimney Island Hood
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PLANNING AND
DESIGN INFORMATION
Wolf chimney wall and island hoods
are recommended for use with Wolf
electric, gas and integrated cooktops,
and should be as least as wide as the
cooking surface. These hoods are not
recommended for use with Wolf dual
fuel ranges, gas ranges and rangetops.
Installation of chimney wall and island
hoods should be 24" (610 mm) to 30"
(762 mm) from the bottom of the
hood to the cooking surface.
These hoods are shipped without the
blower assembly. The blower or ventilator will vary in size and is always
dictated by the cooking surface and
the distance to the exterior of the
home. The blower assemblies are
quite varied, and depending on the
amount of air you want to move and
the length of the duct run, you have
many options. You also need to
consider if you are going to use these
assemblies as internal blowers or
mount them externally.
0" to 15 7/16" or 17 1/2"
NOTE: Dimensions in
parentheses are in millimeters
unless otherwise specified.
(0 - 392 or 445)
HEIGHT OF
UPPER FLUE
48 1/2" or 50 7/8"
30 1/2" or 32 11/16"
(1232 or 1292)
MAXIMUM
HEIGHT OF HOOD
6"
(152)
E
4" (102)
(775 or 830)
BOTTOM OF HOOD
TO MINIMUM
FLUE EXTENSION
30" or 35 7/16"
21"
(533)
(762 or 900)
8' to 9'
24" to 30"
(2.4 m - 2.7 m)
FLOOR TO
CEILING HEIGHT
(610 - 762)
TO COOKING
SURFACE
Installation dimensions for 30" (762 mm) and 36" (914 mm) chimney wall hoods.
Refer to the Cooktop Ventilation
Recommendations charts on pages
58-59 or contact your Wolf dealer for
additional information.
0" to 14 7/16"
NOTE: Dimensions in
parentheses are in millimeters
unless otherwise specified.
(0 - 367)
HEIGHT OF
UPPER FLUE
47 1/16" (1195)
MAXIMUM
HEIGHT
OF HOOD
Electrical Requirements
Wolf chimney wall and island hoods
require a separate, grounded 120 V,
60 Hz power supply. The service
should have its own 15 amp circuit
breaker. The issue of placing the
outlet is not critical, as long as you
provide a minimum of 6' (1.8 m) of
120 V AC power cable.
33 9/16" (853)
BOTTOM OF HOOD
TO MINIMUM
FLUE EXTENSION
27" (686)
42" (1067)
8' to 9'
24" to 30"
(2.4 m - 2.7 m)
FLOOR TO
CEILING HEIGHT
(610 - 762)
TO COOKING
SURFACE
You must follow all National Electrical
Code regulations. In addition, be
aware of local codes and ordinances
when installing your service.
Installation dimensions for chimney island hoods.
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LOCATION OF ELECTRICAL
ON CEILING THROUGH
TOP OF HOOD
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DOWNDRAFT
VENTILATION SYSTEMS
IMPORTANT NOTE: The downdraft
ventilation systems are recommended
for use with Wolf electric, gas and
integrated cooktops, excluding the
steamer and fryer cooktops. For Wolf
dual fuel ranges, gas ranges and
rangetops, it is recommended that
you use a Pro Series ventilation hood,
see pages 52-57.
Downdraft Features
Wolf Downdraft systems come in 30"
(762 mm) and 36" (914 mm) widths.
The top cover and user interface are
available in the classic stainless steel
finish, and the premium finishes of
platinum and carbon stainless steel.
These illustrations of the two downdraft sizes, give you overall dimensions, while the installation dimensions are provided in the illustrations
on the following pages.
•
Classic, platinum or carbon
stainless steel finish on top cover
and user interface
•
Remote mounted user interface
•
Three-speed blower control
•
Variable speed blowers
•
Filter clean timer
•
Delay off feature
•
Stainless steel filter with aluminum
mesh (dishwasher safe)
•
LED indicators
•
9" (229 mm) chimney elevation
•
Internal and remote blower
options
30"
(762 mm)
9 1/16"
(230 mm)
2 3 /8 "
(60 mm)
26 1/4"
(667 mm)
11/2" (38 mm)
DEPTH OF
DOWNDRAFT CHIMNEY
Model DD30
30" (762 mm) Downdraft
36"
2 3 /8 "
(60 mm)
(914 mm)
9 1/16"
(230 mm)
32 1/4"
(819 mm)
11/2" (38 mm)
DEPTH OF
DOWNDRAFT CHIMNEY
Model DD36
36" (914 mm) Downdraft
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PLANNING AND
DESIGN INFORMATION
The downdraft ventilation system
should be at least as wide as the
cooking surface you are designing
into the home.
The 30" (762 mm) downdraft will fit
most 30" (762 mm) wide cabinets
and the 36" (914 mm) downdraft will
fit in most 36" (914 mm) wide
cabinets. Cabinet backs may need to
be removed. It is recommended that
oversized cabinets be used for easier
installation.
IMPORTANT NOTE: To incorporate
a downdraft system and a Wolf
cooktop, you must allow for a
minimum 25-1/8" (638 mm) flat
counter space from front to back. A
countertop with a raised lip and/or
backsplash may not allow enough
space for proper installation. 2-3/8"
(60 mm) of flat countertop is
required behind the cooktop and
1-3/4" (44 mm) is necessary between
the back edge of the cooktop and
inside of cabinet back. Also, the
cabinet back may need to be
removed.
Refer to the Cooktop Ventilation
Recommendations charts on pages
58-59 or contact your Wolf dealer for
additional information.
You also need to consider if you are
going to use these assemblies as
internal blowers or mount them
externally.
25 1/8" min (638)
OF FLAT COUNTERTOP*
13/4" min (45)
BACK EDGE
OF COOKTOP
TO INSIDE OF
CABINET BACK*
5/8"
(16)
2 1/2" min
(64)
WITH NO
RAISED LIP*
19 1/4" (489)
COOKTOP CUT-OUT
DEPTH
.344"
2 3/8" (67)
2 1/8" (54)
7 11/16"
(197)
31/4"
(83)
29 5/16"
(745)
COUNTERTOP
TO BOTTOM OF
AIR BOX
3 5/8"
36"
(92)
5"
18"
(127)
(457)
(914)
7 1/8"
(181)
24" min (610)
CABINET DEPTH
*AREAS OF POTENTIAL INTERFERENCE
NOTE: Dimensions in parentheses are in millimeters.
When installing cooktop service
connections, you MUST use adjacent
base cabinets outlined in the cooktop
specifications.
Except for Models DD30I and DD36I,
downdrafts are shipped without the
blower assembly. The blower or ventilator will vary in size and is dictated
by the cooking surface and the
distance to the exterior of the home.
The blower assemblies are quite
varied, and depending on the
amount of air you want to move and
the length of the duct run, you have
many options.
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2 3/4" (70)
26 7/8" (683)
FOR 30" DOWNDRAFT
32 7/8" (835)
25 1/8" min
FOR 36" DOWNDRAFT
(638)
FLAT
COUNTERTOP
SPACE
COOKTOP CUT-OUT
WIDTH
19 1/4"
(489)
2 1/2" min
(64)
COUNTERTOP TOP VIEW
Installation dimensions for downdraft systems
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Electrical Requirements
The Wolf downdraft requires a
separate, grounded 110/120 V, 60 Hz
power supply. The service should have
its own 15 amp circuit breaker and a
grounded 3-prong receptacle should
be located within the reach of the 2'
(.6 m) power cord. The specific
location of the outlet is not critical, as
long as it is within reach of the power
cord that is located mid-way, top and
bottom on the right side of the downdraft.
IMPORTANT NOTE: If the 30" (762
mm) downdraft is being installed in a
30" (762 mm) wide cabinet, or the
36" (914 mm) downdraft in a 36"
(914 mm) wide cabinet, the outlet
cannot be located on the back wall of
the cabinet. The outlet may be placed
in adjacent cabinetry. Refer to the
illustration for placement of electrical.
NOTE: Dimensions in parentheses are in millimeters.
4" min (102)
E
4" min (102)
3 1/2" (89)
3 1/2" (89)
10" (254)
E
10" (254)
ELECTRICAL
LOCATION IN
ADJACENT RIGHT
SIDE CABINET
30" min (762)
FOR MODEL DD30
24" min
36" min (914)
FOR MODEL DD36
(610)
Electrical placement for downdraft systems
16 3/8" (416)
INTERNAL BLOWER
21 1/2" (546)
CENTERLINE OF COUNTERTOP CUTOUT
REMOTE BLOWER
CL
22 1/8" (562)
INTERNAL BLOWER
RIGHT
DISCHARGE
LOCATION
19" (483)
REMOTE BLOWER
You must follow all National Electrical
Code regulations. In addition, be
aware of local codes and ordinances
when installing your service.
5 1/2" (140)
INTERNAL BLOWER
4 1/4" (108)
LEFT
DISCHARGE
LOCATION
REMOTE BLOWER
NOTE: DUCT CUTOUT
DIMENSIONS:
101/4" (260) x 3 1/2" (89)
INTERNAL BLOWER
Wolf downdraft systems have an
adjustable discharge that will allow
you to negotiate ducting around floor
joists and other obstacles. Refer to the
illustration for installation options.
141/4" (362) x 3 1/2" (89)
REMOTE BLOWER
1" (25) - 7" (178)
INTERNAL BLOWER
2 1/2" MAX (165)
CENTERLINE OF COUNTERTOP CUTOUT
REMOTE BLOWER
CL
IMPORTANT NOTE: This appliance
must be used with a Wolf approved
top cover and user interface.
5" MAX (127)
REMOTE BLOWER
The remote mounted user interface is
sold as a sales accessory.
You must plan the installation of the
user interface to be within 10' (3.0 m)
of the downdraft assembly and a
minimum of 4" (102 mm) from the
outer edge of cooktop element or
burner. You will be required to drill
three holes and connect the two units
by the provided wire.
BOTTOM
DISCHARGE
LOCATION
5 1/2" (140)
INTERNAL BLOWER
4 1/4" (108)
REMOTE BLOWER
NOTE: Measurements are to centerline of duct cutouts.
NOTE: Dimensions in parentheses are in millimeters.
Adjustable discharge options for downdraft systems
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PRO SERIES WALL
HOODS
The Pro Series wall hoods are recommended for use with all Wolf cooking
appliances, with a few exceptions for
the 22" (559 mm) deep hoods. All
Pro Series wall hoods are available in
classic stainless steel. (R) models
include mounting holes for the
optional decorative rail.
22" (559 mm) Deep Wall Hoods
Available in 30" (762 mm), 36"
(914 mm), 42" (1067 mm) and 48"
(1219 mm) widths. (I) models include
a 600 cfm internal blower. These
hoods are not recommended for use
with Wolf dual fuel range, gas range
and rangetop models with a charbroiler or griddle.
NOTE: Rear discharge is only applicable on 22" (559 mm) wall hoods
(excluding W302210I and W362210I)
and 24" (610 mm) wall hoods used
with a WBLOWER-120INT (804702)
or any Wolf remote blower.
WBLOWER-90INT (805086) is not for
use in rear discharge applications.
24" (610 mm) Deep Wall Hoods
Available in 30" (762 mm), 36"
(914 mm), 42" (1067 mm), 48"
(1219 mm), 54" (1372 mm), 60"
(1524 mm) and 66" (1676 mm)
widths.
27" (686 mm) Deep Wall Hoods
Available in 30" (762 mm), 36"
(914 mm), 42" (1067 mm), 48"
(1219 mm), 54" (1372 mm), 60"
(1524 mm) and 66" (1676 mm)
widths.
Pro Series Wall Hoods Features
•
8" (203 mm)
ROUND TRANSITION
Classic stainless steel finish
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(305 mm)
• Recessed controls
• Halogen lighting with night-light
10"
(254 mm)
• 16-gauge stainless steel shell
30", 36", 42" and 48"
(762, 914, 1067 and 1219 mm)
22"
• Hand finished with continually
welded seams
(559 mm)
• Stainless steel enclosed liner
22" (559 mm) Deep Low Profile Wall Hoods
• Stainless steel baffle filters
• Internal or remote blower option
•
10" (254 mm)
ROUND TRANSITION
Heat Sentry feature (automatically adjusts blower speed)
9 1/2"
(241 mm)
12"
(305 mm)
• Heat lamps – 27" (686 mm) deep
wall hoods only
• Top or rear discharge with certain
models
18"
(457 mm)
• Variable speed ventilator control
30", 36", 42", 48",
24"
54", 60" and 66"
(762, 914, 1067, 1219, 1372,
1524 and 1676 mm)
(610 mm)
• Transition with backdraft damper
included
24" (610 mm) Deep Pro Series Wall Hoods
• Optional decorative rail assembly
in stainless, platinum, brass or
copper finish
• Optional 6" (152 mm) and 12"
(305 mm) duct covers
10" (254 mm)
ROUND TRANSITION
9 1/2"
(241 mm)
• UL approved for covered outdoor
application
12"
(305 mm)
18"
(457 mm)
27"
(686 mm)
These illustrations of the three Pro
Series wall hood sizes give you overall
dimensions, while the installation
dimensions are provided in the
illustration on the following page.
12"
7 1/2"
(191 mm)
30", 36", 42", 48",
54", 60" and 66"
(762, 914, 1067, 1219, 1372,
1524 and 1676 mm)
27" (686 mm) Deep Pro Series Wall Hoods
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PLANNING AND
DESIGN INFORMATION
Wolf Pro Series wall hoods are recommended for use with any Wolf
cooking appliance, and should be as
least as wide as the cooking surface.
It is recommended that the hood
overlap the cooking surface by 3"
(76 mm) on either side.
Installation of all Pro Series wall
hoods should be 30" (762 mm) to
36" (914 mm) from the bottom of
the hood to the cooking surface.
Models W302210I and W362210I
come with internal blowers, all other
wall hoods are shipped without the
blower assembly. The blower or ventilator assemblies are quite varied, and
depending on the amount of air you
want to move and the length of the
duct run, you have many options.
You also need to consider if you are
going to use these assemblies as
internal blowers or mount them
externally.
LOCATION OF
ELECTRICAL FOR 6"
TOP DISCHARGE (152)
E
5"
(127)
6"
(152)
E
5"
LOCATION OF
ELECTRICAL FOR
REAR DISCHARGE
(127)
10" (254)
18" (457)
HEIGHT
OF HOOD
WIDTH OF HOOD
30" TO 36"
(762 - 914)
TO COOKING
SURFACE
30" TO 36"
(762 - 914)
TO COOKING
SURFACE
22" (559)
24" (610)
27" (686)
DEPTH OF HOOD
COOKING SURFACE
NOTE: Dimensions in parentheses are in millimeters.
Installation dimensions and electrical placement for Pro Series wall hoods
Refer to the Pro Series Ventilation
Recommendations charts on pages
60-61 or contact your Wolf dealer for
additional information.
Electrical Requirements
The Wolf Pro Series wall hoods
require a separate, grounded 120 V,
60 Hz power supply. The service
should have its own 15 amp circuit
breaker. The issue of placing the
outlet is not critical, as long as you
provide a minimum of 6' (1.8 m) of
120 V AC power cable.
You must follow all National Electrical
Code regulations. In addition, be
aware of local codes and ordinances
when installing your service.
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PRO SERIES ISLAND
HOODS
The Pro Series island hoods are
recommended for use with all Wolf
cooking appliances. All Pro Series
island hoods are available in classic
stainless steel. (R) models include
mounting holes for the optional
decorative rail.
Pro Series Island Hoods Features
Wolf Pro Series island hoods are
available in 36" (914 mm), 42"
(1067 mm), 54" (1372 mm), and
66" (1676 mm) widths.
• Hand finished with continually
welded seams
This illustration of the Pro Series
island hood give you overall dimensions, while the installation dimensions are provided in the illustration
on the following page.
•
(457, 610, 914 and
1219 mm)
Classic stainless steel finish
• Recessed controls
13"
10" (254 mm)
8 3/4"
ROUND TRANSITION
(222 mm)
(330 mm)
• Halogen lighting with night-light
• 16-gauge stainless steel shell
• Stainless steel enclosed liner
• Stainless steel baffle filters
• Internal or remote blower option
•
Heat Sentry feature (automatically adjusts blower speed)
• Variable speed ventilator control
• Transition with backdraft damper
included
• Optional decorative rail assembly
in stainless, platinum, brass or
copper finish
• Optional 6" (152 mm) and 12"
(305 mm) duct covers
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18", 24", 36" and 48"
18"
(457 mm)
34"
(864 mm)
36", 42", 54" and 66"
(914, 1067, 1372 and 1676 mm)
Pro Series Island Hoods
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PLANNING AND
DESIGN INFORMATION
Wolf Pro Series island hoods are
recommended for use with any Wolf
cooking appliance, and should always
be larger than the cooking surface by
a minimum of 3" (76 mm) on each
side.
Installation of all Pro Series island
hoods should be 30" (762 mm) to
36" (914 mm) from the bottom of
the hood to the cooking surface.
All island hoods are shipped without
the blower assembly. The blower or
ventilator assemblies are quite varied,
and depending on the amount of air
you want to move and the length of
the duct run, you have many options.
You also need to consider if you are
going to use these assemblies as
internal blowers or mount them
externally.
LOCATION OF ELECTRICAL
CENTERED THROUGH TOP OF HOOD
18" (457)
HEIGHT
OF HOOD
34" (864)
DEPTH OF HOOD
WIDTH OF HOOD
30" TO 36"
(762 - 914)
TO COOKING
SURFACE
30" TO 36"
(762 - 914)
TO COOKING
SURFACE
COOKING SURFACE
NOTE: Dimensions in parentheses are in millimeters.
Installation dimensions and electrical placement for Pro Series island hoods
Refer to the Pro Series Ventilation
Recommendations charts on pages
60-61 or contact your Wolf dealer for
additional information.
Electrical Requirements
The Wolf Pro Series island hoods
require a separate, grounded 120 V,
60 Hz power supply. The service
should have its own 15 amp circuit
breaker. The issue of placing the
outlet is not critical, as long as you
provide a minimum of 6' (1.8 m) of
120 V AC power cable.
You must follow all National Electrical
Code regulations. In addition, be
aware of local codes and ordinances
when installing your service.
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PRO SERIES HOOD
LINERS
PLANNING AND
DESIGN INFORMATION
Sometimes referred to as power
packs, these liners bring all of the
controls, lighting and convenience
of our new ventilation line for those
applications where customers are
applying their custom exterior
treatments.
Pro Series Liners Features
Wolf Pro Series liners are recommended for use with all Wolf cooking
appliances and are available to
accommodate 30" (762 mm), 36"
(914 mm), 42" (1067 mm), 48"
(1219 mm), 54" (1372 mm) and 60"
(1524 mm) wide hoods.
• Internal or remote blower option
Wolf Pro Series hood liners are
recommended for use with any Wolf
cooking appliance, and should be as
least as wide as the cooking surface.
It is recommended that the hood
overlap the cooking surface by 3"
(76 mm) on either side.
• Recessed controls
• Halogen lighting with night-light
• Seamed construction
• Stainless steel baffle filters
•
Installation of all Pro Series hood
liners should be 30" (762 mm) to 36"
(914 mm) from the bottom of the
hood to the cooking surface.
Heat Sentry feature (automatically adjusts blower speed)
• Variable speed ventilator control
Model L282212I comes with an
internal blower, all other hood liners
are shipped without the blower
assembly. The blower or ventilator
assemblies are quite varied, and
depending on the amount of air you
want to move and the length of the
duct run, you have many options.
You also need to consider if you are
going to use these assemblies as
internal blowers or mount them
externally.
• Transition with backdraft damper
included
These illustrations of the two Pro
Series hood liners give you overall
dimensions, while the installation
dimensions are provided in the
illustration on the following page.
8" (203 mm)
ROUND TRANSITION
7 1/2"
(191 mm)
12"
(305 mm)
4"
(102 mm)
12"
(305 mm)
28 3/8"
(721 mm)
22 1/2"
(572 mm)
Refer to the Pro Series Ventilation
Recommendations charts on pages
60-61 or contact your Wolf dealer for
additional information.
Pro Series Liner (Model L282212I)
10" (254 mm)
ROUND TRANSITION
9 1/2"
(241 mm)
12"
(305 mm)
4"
(102 mm)
12"
1"
(305 mm)
(25 mm)
22 1/2"
(572 mm)
34 3/8", 40 3/8",
46 3/8", 52 3/8" and 58 3/8"
(873, 1026, 1178, 1330 and 1483 mm)
Pro Series Hood Liners
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Electrical Requirements
The Wolf Pro Series hood liners
require a separate, grounded 120 V,
60 Hz power supply. The service
should have its own 15 amp circuit
breaker. The issue of placing the
outlet is not critical, as long as you
provide a minimum of 6' (1.8 m) of
120 V AC power cable.
You must follow all National Electrical
Code regulations. In addition, be
aware of local codes and ordinances
when installing your service.
LOCATION OF ELECTRICAL
The decorative hood and Wolf liner
must fit at the bottom edge in both
width and depth. The shape of the
decorative hood is not critical, the
only place where the the liner and
outside cover must meet is at the
bottom edge of the metal liner.
Wood hoods are rarely square. Always
measure inside depth and width
dimensions in multiple locations and
use the smallest dimensions to verify
liner specifications.
6"
(152)
DECORATIVE HOOD
E
5"
(127)
HOOD LINER
Decorative Hoods
A decorative hood can be created out
of wood, plaster, tile or metal.
The Wolf liner comes standard with
a 4" (102 mm) lower reveal. Be sure
to include this dimension in your
decorative hood selection.
The top depth of the liner, 12" (305
mm) standard, must be less than the
interior depth of the hood. You must
measure the interior depth of your
hood at the top height of the liner to
make sure the liner will fit inside of
the decorative hood.
DECORATIVE HOOD
12" (305)
HEIGHT OF LINER
HOOD LINER
WIDTH OF LINER
30" TO 36"
(762 - 914)
TO COOKING
SURFACE
30" TO 36"
(762 - 914)
TO COOKING
SURFACE
22 1/2" (572)
DEPTH OF LINER
COOKING SURFACE
NOTE: Dimensions in parentheses are in millimeters.
Installation dimensions and electrical placement for Pro Series hood liners.
The bottom depth and the bottom
width of the Wolf liner must meet
and fit with the bottom interior of
the decorative hood.
Always use the interior measurements
of the decorative hood and measure
in multiple places.
The height of the liner does not have
to be the same as the height of the
decorative hood, and is generally
shorter.
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M I N I M U M C F M R E C O M M E N DAT I O N S
Chimney Wall Hoods
CT15E
CT15G
CT30E
CT30G
CTWH30
215*
215*
450
450
CTWH36
215*
215*
600
600
600
CT15E
CT15G
CT30E
CT30G
215*
215*
600
600
CT15E
CT15G
CT30E
CT30G
Chimney Island Hood
IH4227
Downdrafts
CT36E
CT36G
IG15
IM15
IS15**
IF15**
400*
215*
215*
400*
600
400*
215*
215*
400*
CT36E
CT36G
IG15
IM15
IS15**
IF15**
600
600
400*
215*
215*
400*
CT36E
CT36G
IG15
IM15
IS15**
IF15**
DD30I
215*
215*
500
500
215*
215*
DD30R
215*
215*
900
900
215*
215*
DD36I
215*
215*
500
500
500
215*
215*
215*
DD36R
Pro Series Hoods
All Hoods
500
215*
215*
900
900
900
900
215*
CT15E
CT15G
CT30E
CT30G
CT36E
CT36G
IG15**
IM15
IS15**
IF15**
215*
215*
600
600
600
600
400*
215*
215*
215*
* Use these requirements to determine total CFM when installing multiple cooking products.
** Downdrafts are not recommended for use with IS15 or IF15.
NOTE: CFM recommendations are based on total Btu/hr output. Wolf recommends 1 CFM per 100 Btu/hr (.03 kWh). Additional CFM
may be required for charbroilers, griddles and long duct runs.
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BLOWER CROSS-REFERENCE
Chimney Wall Hoods
Blower
Number
Transition
Duct Size
CTWH30
Internal 450 CFM
CTBLOWER-45INT (801643)
Not Required
8" (203 mm) Round
CTWH36
Internal 600 CFM
CTBLOWER-60INT (801644)
Not Required
8" (203 mm) Round
CTWH36
Internal 900 CFM
CTBLOWER-90INT (801645)
Not Required
8" (203 mm) Round
CTWH30 or CTWH36
Remote 600 CFM
CTBLOWER-60REM (801640)
TRANS-8-10
8" (203 mm) Round
CTWH30 or CTWH36
Remote 900 CFM
CTBLOWER-90REM (801641)
TRANS-8-10
8" (203 mm) Round
CTWH30 or CTWH36
Remote 1200 CFM
CTBLOWER-120REM (801642)
TRANS-8-10
8" (203 mm) Round
CTWH30 or CTWH36
Remote 1500 CFM
CTBLOWER-150REM (804701)
TRANS-8-10
8" (203 mm) Round
Blower
Number
Transition
Duct Size
IH4227
Internal 600 CFM
CTBLOWER-60INT (801644)
Not Required
8" (203 mm) Round
IH4227
Internal 900 CFM
CTBLOWER-90INT (801645)
Not Required
8" (203 mm) Round
IH4227
Remote 600 CFM
CTBLOWER-60REM (801640)
TRANS-8-10
8" (203 mm) Round
IH4227
Remote 900 CFM
CTBLOWER-90REM (801641)
TRANS-8-10
8" (203 mm) Round
NOTE: Backdraft included. Vertical discharge.
Chimney Island Hood
IH4227
Remote 1200 CFM
CTBLOWER-120REM (801642)
TRANS-8-10
8" (203 mm) Round
IH4227
Remote 1500 CFM
CTBLOWER-150REM (804701)
TRANS-8-10
8" (203 mm) Round
NOTE: Backdraft included. Vertical discharge.
Downdrafts
Blower
Number
DD30I or DD36I
Internal 500 CFM
Included
DD30R or DD36R
Remote 900 CFM
CTBLOWER-90REM (801641)
Transition
Not Required
Duct Size
3 1/4" (83
mm) x 10" (254 mm)
TRANS-14-10 3 1/4" (83 mm) x 14" (356 mm)
DD30R or DD36R
Remote 1200 CFM CTBLOWER-120REM (801642) TRANS-14-10 3 1/4" (83 mm) x 14" (356 mm)
DD30R or DD36R
Remote 1500 CFM CTBLOWER-150REM (804701) TRANS-14-10 3 1/4" (83 mm) x 14" (356 mm)
NOTE: Adjustable discharge.
NOTE: Blower configurations are for reference only. Please refer to minimum CFM recommendations for your specific cooking
product. Always consult a qualified HVAC Engineer for specific applications.
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M I N I M U M C F M R E C O M M E N DAT I O N S
Wall Hoods –
24" (610 mm) Deep
R/DF304 R/RT/DF364
W302418
600
W362418
600
W422418
R/RT/DF366 R/RT488 R/RT/DF486 R/RT/DF484 R/RT/DF482 R/DF606 R/DF604
900
900
900
900
W482418
1200
1200
900
900
W542418
1200
1200
900
900
W602418
1500
1200
W662418
1500
1200
Wall Hoods –
27" (686 mm) Deep
R/DF304 R/RT/DF364
W302718
600
W362718
600
W422718
R/RT/DF366 R/RT488 R/RT/DF486 R/RT/DF484 R/RT/DF482 R/DF606 R/DF604
900
900
900
900
W482718
1200
1200
900
900
W542718
1200
1200
900
900
W602718
1500
1200
W662718
1500
1200
Wall Hoods –
22" (558 mm) Deep
W302210I
R/DF304 R/RT/DF364
R/RT/DF366 R/RT488 R/RT/DF486 R/RT/DF484 R/RT/DF482 R/DF606 R/DF604
600
W362210I
600
900
900
W362210
600
900
900
900
900
W422210
W482210
900
900
NOTE: Do not use a 22" (558 mm) deep wall hood with Wolf Dual Fuel Range, Gas Range and Rangetop models with a charbroiler or
griddle.
Island Hoods
R/DF304 R/RT/DF364
I363418
600
I423418
600
900
R/RT/DF366 R/RT488 R/RT/DF486 R/RT/DF484 R/RT/DF482 R/DF606 R/DF604
900
I543418
1200
1200
900
900
I663418
1500
Liners (Power Packs) R/DF304 R/RT/DF364
L282212I
R/RT/DF366 R/RT488 R/RT/DF486 R/RT/DF484 R/RT/DF482 R/DF606 R/DF604
600
L342212
900
900
L402212
900
900
L462212
1200
1200
900
900
L522212
1200
1200
900
900
L582212
1200
1500
1200
NOTE: CFM recommendations are based on total Btu/hr output. Wolf recommends 1 CFM per 100 Btu/hr (.03 kWh). Additional CFM
may be required for charbroilers, griddles and long duct runs.
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BLOWER CROSS-REFERENCE
Wall Hoods – 24" (610 mm) Deep
Blower
Number
Round Duct
W302418, W362418 or W422418
Internal 900 CFM
WBLOWER-90INT (805086)
10" (254 mm)
Discharge
Vertical
W302418, W362418 or W422418
Remote 600 CFM
CTBLOWER-60REM (801640)
10" (254 mm)
Adjustable
CTBLOWER-90REM (801641)
W302418, W362418 or W422418
Remote 900 CFM
10" (254 mm)
Adjustable
W302418, W362418 or W422418
Remote 1200 CFM
CTBLOWER-120REM (801642) 10" (254 mm)
Adjustable
W302418, W362418 or W422418
Remote 1500 CFM
CTBLOWER-150REM (804701) 10" (254 mm)
Adjustable
W482418, W542418, W602418 or W662418
Internal 1200 CFM
WBLOWER-120INT (804702)
10" (254 mm)
CTBLOWER-90REM (801641)
Adjustable
W482418, W542418, W602418 or W662418
Remote 900 CFM
10" (254 mm)
Adjustable
W482418, W542418, W602418 or W662418
Remote 1200 CFM
CTBLOWER-120REM (801642) 10" (254 mm)
Adjustable
W482418, W542418, W602418 or W662418
Remote 1500 CFM
CTBLOWER-150REM (804701) 10" (254 mm)
Adjustable
NOTE: Transition with backdraft damper included.
Wall Hoods – 27" (686 mm) Deep
Blower
Number
Round Duct
Discharge
W302718, W362718 or W422718
Internal 900 CFM
WBLOWER-90INT (805086)
10" (254 mm)
Vertical
W302718, W362718 or W422718
Remote 600 CFM
CTBLOWER-60REM (801640)
10" (254 mm)
Vertical
W302718, W362718 or W422718
Remote 900 CFM
CTBLOWER-90REM (801641)
10" (254 mm)
Vertical
W302718, W362718 or W422718
Remote 1200 CFM
CTBLOWER-120REM (801642) 10" (254 mm)
Vertical
W302718, W362718 or W422718
Remote 1500 CFM
CTBLOWER-150REM (804701) 10" (254 mm)
Vertical
W482718, W542718, W602718 or W662718
Internal 1200 CFM
WBLOWER-120INT (804702)
10" (254 mm)
Vertical
W482718, W542718, W602718 or W662718
Remote 900 CFM
CTBLOWER-90REM (801641)
10" (254 mm)
Vertical
W482718, W542718, W602718 or W662718
Remote 1200 CFM
CTBLOWER-120REM (801642) 10" (254 mm)
Vertical
W482718, W542718, W602718 or W662718
Remote 1500 CFM
CTBLOWER-150REM (804701) 10" (254 mm)
Vertical
NOTE: Transition with backdraft damper included.
Wall Hoods – 22" (558 mm) Deep
Blower
Number
Round Duct
Discharge
W302210I or W362210I
Internal 600 CFM
Included (805347)
8" (203 mm)
Vertical
W362210, W422210 or W482210
Remote 600 CFM
CTBLOWER-60REM (801640)
8" (203 mm)
Adjustable
W362210, W422210 or W482210
Remote 900 CFM
CTBLOWER-90REM (801641)
8" (203 mm)
Adjustable
NOTE: Do not use a 22" (558 mm) deep wall hood with Wolf Dual Fuel Range, Gas Range and Rangetop models with a charbroiler or
griddle. Transition with backdraft damper included.
Island Hoods
Blower
Number
Round Duct
I363418, I423418, I543418 or I663418
Internal 1200 CFM
IBLOWER-120INT (804703)
10" (254 mm)
Discharge
Vertical
I363418, I423418, I543418 or I663418
Remote 900 CFM
CTBLOWER-90REM (801641)
10" (254 mm)
Vertical
I363418, I423418, I543418 or I663418
Remote 1200 CFM
CTBLOWER-120REM (801642) 10" (254 mm)
Vertical
I363418, I423418, I543418 or I663418
Remote 1500 CFM
CTBLOWER-150REM (804071) 10" (254 mm)
Vertical
NOTE: Transition with backdraft damper included.
Liners (Power Packs)
L282212I
L342212, L402212, L462212, L522212 or L582212
Blower
Number
Round Duct
Internal 600 CFM
Included (805347)
8" (203 mm)
Discharge
Vertical
Internal 1200 CFM
LBLOWER-120INT (805087)
10" (254 mm)
Vertical
CTBLOWER-90REM (804641)
L342212, L402212, L462212, L522212 or L582212
Remote 900 CFM
10" (254 mm)
Vertical
L342212, L402212, L462212, L522212 or L582212
Remote 1200 CFM
CTBLOWER-120REM (801642) 10" (254 mm)
Vertical
L342212, L402212, L462212, L522212 or L582212
Remote 1500 CFM
CTBLOWER-150REM (804701) 10" (254 mm)
Vertical
NOTE: Transition with backdraft damper included.
NOTE: Blower configurations are for reference only. Please refer to minimum CFM recommendations for your specific cooking
product. Always consult a qualified HVAC Engineer for specific applications.
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R E S I D E N T I A L U S E O N LY
F U L L T W O -Y E A R W A R R A N T Y
For two years from the date of original installation, your Wolf Appliance product warranty covers all
parts and labor to repair or replace any part of the product that proves to be defective in materials or
workmanship. All service provided by Wolf Appliance Company under the above warranty must be
performed by Wolf Appliance authorized service representatives, unless otherwise specified by Wolf
Appliance Company. Service will be provided in the home during normal business hours.
L I M I T E D T H I R D T H R O U G H F I F T H Y E A R WA R R A N T Y
From the third through fifth year from the date of original installation, Wolf Appliance Company will
repair or replace the following parts that prove to be defective in materials or workmanship. Labor to
remove and replace defective parts is not covered. Wolf Appliance Company recommends that you use
Wolf Appliance authorized service representatives to perform such service.
Gas Burners (excluding appearance), Electric Heating Elements, Blower Motors (vent hoods),
Electronic Control Boards and Magnetron Tubes
L I M I T E D L I F E T I M E WA R R A N T Y
For the life of the product, Wolf Appliance Company will repair or replace any BBQ body or BBQ
hood which rusts through due to defective material or workmanship. Labor to remove and replace
defective parts is not covered. Wolf Appliance Company recommends that you use Wolf Appliance
authorized service representatives to perform such service.
TERMS APPLICABLE
TO
E A C H WA R R A N T Y
The warranty applies only to products installed for normal residential use. The warranty applies only
to products installed in any one of the fifty states of the United States, the District of Columbia or the
ten provinces of Canada. This warranty does not cover any parts or labor to correct any defect caused
by negligence, accident or improper use, maintenance, installation, service or repair.
THE REMEDIES DESCRIBED ABOVE FOR EACH WARRANTY ARE THE ONLY ONES
WHICH WOLF APPLIANCE COMPANY, LLC WILL PROVIDE, EITHER UNDER THIS
WARRANTY OR UNDER ANY WARRANTY ARISING BY OPERATION OF LAW. WOLF
APPLIANCE COMPANY, LLC WILL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY CONSEQUENTIAL
OR INCIDENTAL DAMAGES ARISING FROM THE BREACH OF THIS WARRANTY OR
ANY OTHER WARRANTY, WHETHER EXPRESS, IMPLIED OR STATUTORY.
Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the
above limitation or exclusion may not apply to you. This warranty gives you specific legal rights and
you may also have other legal rights that vary from state to state.
To receive parts and / or service and the name of the Wolf Appliance authorized service representative
nearest you; contact Wolf Appliance Company, LLC, P. O. Box 44848, Madison, Wisconsin 53744, call
(800) 332-9513, or check our website; www.wolfappliance.com.
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