The Heartland 30" Classic Dual Fuel Range Stove - Cranberry offers the power and precision of a gas cooktop combined with the efficiency and convenience of the roomy electric convection oven. Convection cooking lets you experience faster and more flavorful results. This state-of-the-art system, has a powerful fan that draws hot air around the food for quick and even cooking.
- Warming Drawer: 130ºF - 220ºF
- Oven Size: 4 cubic feet
- Broil Element: 3,000 Watts
- One Burner: 10,000 - 1,000 BTU simmer; Three Burners: 8,000 - 600 BTU true simmer
This dual fuel range is a true cooking center. A commercial quality cooktop, convection oven, powerful vent hood, warming drawer with humidity control, utensil drawer and a tray storage compartment creates an amazing appliance!
The roomy and energy efficient, 4 cu. ft. of oven space offers more levels of racking than you may be able to fill. This unit comes with 3 oven racks and 4 different levels to position them. You can cooking from a selection of cooking modes from conventional to convection.
The spacious warming drawer is located directly below the oven and ensures a well-timed meal with the capacity to hold 18 dinner plates. It is temperature controlled (up to 220ºF) with low, medium and high settings. Warm your fresh bread, allow pizza dough to rise or keep soup piping hot. The humidity control in the drawer also gives you the choice between moist and crisp.
The overhead closet opens to reveal the electronic oven controls. The clock/timer and touch pad are easy to use and allow you to program cooking times. The speed of the fully integrated 350 CFM exhaust fan is efficient and quiet.
This range can be used without venting as long as the natural ventilation holes are open. With a ventless installation the cooking fumes are drawn through the filters and exhausted through the rear of the hood, back into the room. You can vent the range through an outside wall or through an attic to an outside wall by removing the air deflector and installing duct piping (please see manual).