The Capital Cooking COB484G2-N Connoisseurian Series 48 In. Dual Fuel Range with 6 Burners and 12-In. Thermo-Griddle, natural gas model, gives you incredible flexibility when it comes to cooking. The unique 12 in. Thermo-Griddle Plate is a 3/8" thick thermostatically controlled stainless steel griddle plate that gives precise control over the griddle temperature and comes with a stainless steel cover.
- Connoisseurian Series 48-in. NG dual fuel range with 6 burners and 12-in. Thermo-Griddle
- 6 open burners: 23,000 BTUs each, can be turned down to a delicate, constant simmer
- 12 in. Thermo-Griddle Plate: 3/8" thermostatically controlled plate with 18,000 BTUs of power
- Open burner caps are constructed of die-cast, high heat resistant aluminum alloy
- Heavy-duty cast iron professional grates with an easy-to-clean durable porcelain coated finish
- Easy-to-clean spill pans are located below each burner
- Primary Oven Size: 27"W X 21"D X 16-7/16"H (5.4 cu. ft.); Companion Oven Size: 12"W X 21"D X 16-7/16"H (2.2 cu. ft.)
- Bake, broil, roast, delicate bake, perfect convection, Moist Cooking
- Self-clean (both ovens); meat probe (both ovens)
- Moist Cooking stops food from drying out during cooking (primary oven only)
- Moto-Rotis built-in motorized rotisserie (primary oven only)
- Convection cooking for bake, broil and roast
- Hidden bake element under glass for easy clean-up and efficient heating
- Ribbon broil element under glass for BBQ quality searing
- Two-speed cooling fan system
- Dual air-flow convection
- Extra large oven viewing window
- Flex-Roll oven racks
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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