Commercial Restaurant Ranges
Commercial electric ranges allow you to cook, bake, and grill all in one location. Operations with little back-of-house space will benefit from these units. Electrical ranges are typically less expensive and easier to clean than gas models.
Cook up a storm with our powerful stock pot ranges, designed to handle large pots and heavy loads. Features include durable construction, high BTU burners, and easy-to-clean surfaces.
Cook efficiently and safely without the need for extra duct work thanks to ventless ranges. Featuring easy-to-use controls, compact designs, and powerful heating elements, these appliances are perfect for small kitchens or outdoor cooking spaces.
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Commercial restaurant ranges and stoves are a chef's best friend, because they can fry, grill, broil, saute, boil, braise, simmer, warm, and even bake with an attached oven!
For any restaurant, catering company, pub, cafeteria, dining hall, or other foodservice business, a commercial range is a must-have piece of cooking equipment. Chefs use commercial ranges to boil, steam, simmer, fry, grill, and sauté foods, while models with ovens can also cook and bake items. Our industrial ranges offer a large array of power capabilities so that every kitchen, big or small, can succeed.
Burkett’s commercial restaurant ranges and stoves are available in a wide variety of cook top configurations combined with bases consisting of convection ovens, standard ovens, or storage cabinets. Our commercial stoves can involve any combination of burners, commercial griddles, and commercial charbroilers attached atop a high-performance commercial oven.
Combination ranges can be a great way to get most of the cooking equipment required for any kitchen all in one purchase, saving some money to upgrade maintenance with accessories like grill scrapers, griddle screens, or replacement hose connections.
Frequently Asked Questions about Commercial Restaurant Ranges & Stoves
What is a commercial restaurant range?
A commercial range gets its name from the variety of cooking options it provides. A commercial range will normally have an oven for baking, broiling, and roasting, as well as a cooktop with a commercial griddle or stovetop for pots and pans.
Should you buy a gas or an electric restaurant range?
When browsing for a new commercial range, be sure to consider the electrical system and gas line connection within your business. Below are the main differences between gas and electric ranges.
- Gas Ranges – Gas ranges are connected to a natural gas line or propane hookup. Gas ranges allow for more control and precision to control the exact heat underneath pots. They will also reach ideal temperature more quickly and provide more powerful heating. Be sure to have the right gas hose connection equipment to properly install a gas model.
- Electric Ranges – Electric ranges are plugged into special electrical outlets that can handle the appliance’s energy demands. An electric range is typically financially cheaper than its gas counterparts.
What size commercial restaurant ranges and stoves are available?
There are commercial ranges from as small as 16" wide with 2 burners, to 72" wide with 12 burners. The standard sizes are 24", 30", 36", 48", 60", and 72". Our sales experts are trained in helping choose which size is right for your business.
What commercial range and stove configurations are available?
Today's restaurant ranges can have a variety of configurations to met the needs of your specific business. For the cooktop, ranges can have any combination of burners, griddles, hot tops, and charbroilers. With the exact location on the cooktop being specified during the purchase. Some specialty ranges even have a fryer as part of their cook tops. Bases can be any variety of standard ovens, cabinets, convection ovens, and modular storage base. Typically, ranges above 36" will offer 2 bases, with 60" and 72" being able to support 2 full-size ovens.
Can you use a commercial range in your home?
You should not install a commercial range in your home. Commercial ranges use exceptionally more power than a normal residential model. This can make them very dangerous for your homes electrical system. The powerful heat will radiate more out of the oven because commercial models come with less insulation. Other issues with commercial ranges in households is ventilation safety, gas restrictions, and strict state or local laws prohibiting such machinery in a residential home.
Due to fire and safety hazards associated with commercial ranges, home insurers may void client’s home insurance policies if they are not approved to install commercial cooking equipment. Even if your home insurance policy will accept a commercial range installation, and you have met all local code requirements, with most brands the manufacturer's warranty is rendered void upon residential installation.