Dual Fuel Ranges

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Dual Fuel Ranges

Chefs across the world have a preference when it comes to cooking. They know that creating magnificent dishes involves more than just their ability. Perhaps that is why so many turn to professional-style dual fuel ranges.

Why? Because dual fuel ranges give you the best of both worlds. Chefs can take advantage of what both gas and electric heating can do for a dish.

After all, greater options equal greater solutions.

And, with a dual fuel range, you have the best options available to you.

The Benefits

Before you begin to tell yourself that you do not need multiple heating options because they all cook the same, you should know that they do not. Here’s why.

When it comes to the stove, the greatest chefs know that the type of fuel that cooks with the most accuracy and precision is a gas, whether natural or propane. The flame is what heats the pan. So, turning the temperature higher or lower directly affects the heating. To halt cooking, you simply need to turn the burner off. This is a stark difference from electric stoves that use heated burners. Turning the burner off means that it will still be hot – and takes time to cool down, cooking your food a bit more in the process.

You would think that this means most professional cooks would seek out gas ranges. However, that is not the case. Why? Because although gas is the best for cooking on the stovetop, it is not so great for heating the oven.

Electric ovens are the most preferred. When baking, it is crucial that all areas of your oven cook at the same time. If not, you may have food undercooked in one area and overcooked in another. This is what often happens to those meals cooked in gas ovens. Electric heating is much more evenly distributed, leading to perfectly baked items every time.

Ranges are definitely not a one-size-fits-all. If you want the best from your range, you are going to want a dual fuel option.

Features of the Dual Fuel Range

Thor Kitchen knows how to create the perfect professional-style dual fuel range. In other words, it will have everything you need – and more. Allowing you to cook and bake with ease and always giving you the best option available.

But that’s not all. With these dual fuel ranges come even more features to spark your interest:

– Varying sizes of professional, stainless steel dual fuel ranges. Whether you are seeking something smaller in size, such as a 30-inch range, or one that offers you ample cooking and baking space – a 48-inch, dual fuel range, Thor is sure to have one for you.
– Cast iron burners that will stand up to heavy cooking and continue to look nice.
– Porcelain drip pan on the cooktop which is aesthetically pleasing and makes cleanup a breeze.
– Having an oven with electric heat gives a steady, even baking experience – especially with the included professional-grade, convection oven fan.
– All Thor Kitchen dual fuel, professional-style ranges are CSA certified.

The Thor Kitchen Difference

We are THOR Kitchen. And what we design and build are some of the hardest working kitchen mates around. Pro-style design. Premium power and performance. Appliances that bring oohs and ahhs before the first dish even hits the table. And the utterly fantastic news? You don’t have to decide between a new car or a new kitchen suite to step into them.