Heritage Range with 6 sealed gas burners,
36" Innovection® oven with Inconel® infrared broiler.
Shown with optional leg caps & 4" stub back. CONVECTION OVEN TECHNOLOGY
CONVECTION OVEN TECHNOLOGY Balanced turbulent heat distribution is essential when baking, roasting, and dehydrating food. The American Range Innovection® convection oven technology features dual convection system with louvered side panels to enhance uniform heat distribution throughout the large oven cavity. The strategic placement of the dual Innovection® Convection fans ensures consistent heat distribution even when challenged with cooking the largest turkey, ham or roast.
- Sealed burners deliver exceptional performance at every setting and lift off to provide easy cleanup.
- 3 sizes of burners to serve your everyday needs:17,000 BTU (lg), 13,000 BTU (med), 9,000 BTU (sm)
- Variable infinite flame settings for all top burners.
- Automatic, electronic ignition ensures, re-ignition in the event the flame goes out, even on the lowest burner setting
- Continuous commercial-grade cast iron grates allow for easy transfer of pots and pans across the entire cooking surface
- Sealed single piece stainless steel cooktop can hold more than a gallon of spills.
- Controls provide easy, push and turn operation.
- Blue light indicate flame and oven functions provided with every knob
- Heavy metal die-cast black satin knobs with chrome bezels.
- Backguard required, must order separately (not included).
- Multiple functions include: Standard Bake, Innovection® Convection Bake, Infrared Broil and Fan mode
- Innovection® System with two convection fans that optimizes uniform air flow
- Two chrome racks glide at 6 cooking levels on heavy chrome side supports.
- Inconel Broiler
- Accommodates full size commercial sheet pan.
- Two lights in each oven are controlled from the front-panel switch
Professional delivery and installation is available for every product we sell. We would be happy to coordinate delivery and installation for you.
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