Gas stove vs. electric stove parts
Gas and electric stoves differ when it comes to their fuel types and burner configurations. Gas burners feature a responsive flame for seamless transitions to high or low heat for searing or simmering. They also have removable grates and burner caps for easy stove cleanup after it is cooled off.
Electric stoves have burner coils and drip bowls or a ceramic-glass surface with radiant heating and metal coils underneath. These stove parts heat up quickly and are great for bringing a pot to boil. The smooth glass stovetop also provides a stable surface for your cookware and quick cooktop cleaning after dinner.
Although the heating elements and burner configurations differ, both gas and electric ranges are equipped with parts designed to save you time and effort on cooking, like adjustable oven racks, warming drawers, responsive knobs and innovative control panels.