Gas Range Cafe Restaurants

Gas Range Cafe Restaurants

Our Gas Range Cafe Restaurants includes unique ovens and stove burners with LPG or electric operating options. LPG/gas and electric ranges can be configured with standard and convection ovens.

Electric and Gas Ranges

Your current kitchen setup matters not only in terms of available space but available power sources as well. Ranges, like most large cooking equipment, run off either electric or some type of gas. Your existing connections, your heating requirements, and budget will all come into play when making this choice. Whether you are looking into the best professional gas ranges or evaluating electric commercial range brands, these factors will help you make the best decision for your business. From an operational perspective, gas and electric burners have multiple differences.


Electric Ranges

  • Uses tubular metal elements containing resistance wires. Protective hot tops or French plates cover the elements.
  • Electric units come in 208-, 204-, or 480-volt models. Thermostats range between 150 degrees Fahrenheit and 500 degrees Fahrenheit as the standard.
  • Typically easier and cheaper to install compared to other power sources.
  • Advancements in induction technology have made electric a more popular commercial choice in recent years for some industries.

Gas Ranges

  • Gas ranges have open burners, and the total average BTU for gas range units span from 25,000 to 260,000, and dials that allow for precise control.
  • Burners light instantly, which creates immediate heat and shorter cook times. The burners’ grate bowl design helps with efficiently directing the heat to the cooking vessel.
  • Natural gas and liquid propane usually both perform more efficiently than electric models, and they yield lower operational costs.
  • Gas models require pre-existing hookups and equipment, which can make installation arduous and expensive.

Gasmax

We have the latest gasmax series and benchtop units, as well as electmax products made for heavy duty use and only requiring electricity to function. High quality brand, fagor, is also a great option with fagor advanced stands/ovens, the fagor 700 series and the updated 900 series, currently available for purchase. We even sell from our own exclusive assortment of gas/electric cookery.

Cooking Range use for

A cooking range is a stove with room for cooking several different things at one time. Technically, only the top section of what most people call a stove can be defined as a cooking range. This flat section of the stove usually contains a number of flat heating elements or cooking surfaces, either gas or electric. Ranges may be combined with ovens or configured separately. Some manufacturers consider the cook top and oven to be two separate units, but others will refer to the entire combination of cooking stove top and oven as a range

9 Benefits of a Gas Range with Electric Oven

With so many appliance options available, you may find it difficult to decide which is right for you.

In this article, you will discover the benefits of using a gas range with electric oven.

Gas Range with Electric Oven

There are many perks that you will find when it comes to a gas range with an electric oven. Commonly referred to as a dual fuel range, these types of appliances bring together the best of both worlds. You have everything that comes with owning a gas stove combined with all the benefits of an electric oven.

Professional chefs and bakers from around the world will tell you that this combination found in a range can give you the best outcome for your edible creation. However, it is important to note that even a novice in the kitchen can appreciate the flow between a gas stove and an electric oven.

Here are 9 benefits of using a gas range with electric oven.

1. Electric Ovens Offer Consistent Heat

Here’s what happens. When you are baking your dish at, say, 400-degrees, an electric oven will remain right around the 400-degree temperature. With a gas oven, things are a slightly different story. See, with gas, the heat comes from the flame. As your oven gets too hot, the flame will have to go out. Then, as the temperature drops, the flame must re-light and begin heating the oven. This entire process leads to a great amount of fluctuation in temperatures which can, ultimately, affect the outcome of your baking.

2. Gas Cooktops Offer Fast, Even Heat

Whether you are sautéing, boiling, or frying, you will find that you will get it done quickly with a gas cooktop. The heat comes from the flame, so as soon as you turn on the burner, you are cooking. No need to wait for the burner to heat up. This saves you both time, energy, and can, as a result, money.

3. Gas Stoves Provide Precise Temperature Control

Whether you are trying to get something to boil or hot enough for frying, or you just need to warm some soup, a gas stove allows you that ability. You don’t have to worry about your burner having to take time to heat up or cool down. Whatever temperature you are looking for, it is all in the flame. Turn it higher or lower and your flame will follow. You are in control.

4. Over-cooking is a Thing of the Past

Sometimes when you are cooking on the stove and you are done, you simply turn the burner off. However, if you are cooking on an electric stove, you will find that the burner is still hot. And, with this residual heat, it can take your food from done to well-done or even charred. This is not the case with a gas stove, though. Again, the heat comes from the flame. So, when you turn off the burner, the flame goes out and the cooking stops.

5. Dual Fuel Ranges Add Value to your Kitchen

Dual fuel ranges are not the most common range found in homes. Because of their added value and more advanced features, they tend to initially be slightly higher in price. However, this premium and professional range will definitely add value to your home, making it a wise investment.

6. Reduce Your Carbon Footprint

When you choose a dual fuel range for your kitchen, you are taking a step in the green direction. By using gas to fuel the stove, you are getting just the right amount of heat needed to cook your food – with no residual heat. In the electric oven, your temperature will maintain itself which means you will no longer need to open and turn your food for even baking. Both of these will keep the heat emitted from the range to a minimum. How does this help reduce your footprint? This means that your cooling system in your home will not have to work as hard to maintain a cool temperature in your kitchen space and throughout your home. All in all, you are saving energy.

7. Under-Baking is a Thing of the Past

Baking in an oven that is fueled by gas can leave you with a cake, for instance, done with perfection on one side while still gooey on another. Constantly monitoring the baking and turning the cake throughout its baking time can leave you with a cake baked more evenly throughout. But, let’s be honest, who really has time to micro-manage the oven? With an electric oven, you won’t ever have to worry about whether or not you have even heat throughout. The method in which electric ovens work allows for a much more regulated temperature allowing your cake to bake with perfection – while you take care of other important tasks life has brought you. No oven micro-managing here!

8. Durability the Pros Enjoy

It is chefs, bakers, and other kitchen professionals who will be the first to tell you about the benefits of having a gas stove and an electric oven. And, these individuals should know the benefits first-hand because they are always using the range. For this reason, dual fuel ranges must be built with a stronger, more durable craftsmanship. They are designed to handle heavy cooking for extended periods of time. And, they are built to last. From the stainless steel outside to the cast iron grates on top of the stove and the porcelain interior of the oven – all parts of a dual fuel range is meant to stand strong no matter how much you use it.

9. Stainless Steel is Timeless

If you are adding a new stainless steel dual fuel range to your kitchen, you should pat yourself on the back. Choosing stainless steel is a wise decision. Not only does it look nice, with a bright shine and a sense of elegance, but it also will fit with any style. So, as your design tastes change, your professional range will still fit. It is truly timeless.

Conclusion

You have a choice when it comes to purchasing your next range. Will you opt for gas? Electric? If you want the best, then you want both.

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