Thinking about a new gas range. What exactly does “Sealed” burner mean on a gas range?

Does it mean that spills such as water, gravy, grease, etc. will not seep into the burner area and is therefore easier to clean?


1 answer

  1. Great question, stwadmin! I asked some members our our Blue Appliance Crew and they let me know this answer:

    An unsealed range there is a gap around all the burners and you have to lift up the top of the range to clean anything that has fallen through. A sealed burner eliminates that need as any spills will remain on the cooktop surface and have nothing to fall through.

    That sounds terrific! Let us know which range you end up purchasing, stwadmin!