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RANGES


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Royal Restaurant Ranges have been designed to give the most useful features at an affordable cost. All stainless steel sides and front panels, including the oven doors and kick panels, are easily cleaned and rugged enough to withstand the consistant heavy usage of a busy kitchen. Oven interiors are porcelain coated on all surfaces for fast and easy cleanup. The ovens are thermostatically controlled with 100% safety on the pilots to shut off the oven gas flow if the flame should go out. There is a push button ignitor for easy lighting of the oven pilot. 12" x 12" heavy cast iron grates cover the unique two-piece lift-off burners, rated at 30,000 BTU/hr. each.


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• Frame constructed of heavy gauge metal, solidly welded


⁄2" high x 60" wide x 311 ⁄2 " deep


• All stainless steel front, sides, valve cover and kick plate


• Heavy gauge stainless steel plate ledge


• 11" deep stainless steel high shelf on standard backguard with stainless steel splash panel


• Two-piece, heavy-duty lift off cast iron burner heads, rated at 30,000 BTU/hr.


• Cast iron top grates, 12" x 12", for open burners


• Spill protected standard pilot on each open burner for instant safe ignition


• Oven door designed for heavy use, easily removable for cleaning


• "U" shape oven burner provides 35,000 BTU/hr. for consistent heating; oven





design enhances air flow 5⁄8


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With over 1,550 standard combinations, Southbend’s Platinum Heavy-Duty Range is sure to meet any and all demands of a high- volume kitchen.


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The Southbend Ultimate Range series has been designed to accommodate any desire in the kitchen. With a choice of hundreds of different combinations, it is easy to find a range that will fit your needs.


• Four sizes and hundred of combinations • Choice of: - 33k BTU patented lifetime non-clog burner


• Standard or wavy grates


- 33k BTU Star/Sauté burner - 40k BTU 18" Pyromax burner - 5-burners - Charbroiler - Griddle - Hot top


• Choice of standard oven, convection oven or electric oven base (hybrid)


• Flue mount cheesemelter or salamander available


• Oven contact surfaces have porcelain finish for easy maintenance


• Piezo type, push button (matchless) ignition to light the standing pilot on oven


• Full width removable crumb trays under open burners


• LPG available • CSA International, NSF


" thick griddle plate, highly polished with 3" wide grease trough


• Manual gas shutoff to entire range 


The S-Series range incorporates many of the same features as Southbend’s higher end ranges.


• Available in four sizes • Choice of open top burners or griddles


• 35k BTU oven base • CSA International


• 28k BTU patented, one-piece, non-clog burner with lifetime warranty


• Stainless steel front, sides and flue riser with shelf


Keeping our customers’ needs in mind, the Platinum Sectional Ranges offer not only durability and reliability, but flexibility as well. Open top burners in 33,000 BTU and 45,000 BTU. Griddles, charbroilers, hot tops and graduated hot tops are available in 12", 16", 24", 32", 36" and 48" sections with your choice of cabinet base, standard or convection oven base, refrigerated/freezer base or as a modular countertop unit.


In addition to being highly customizable, Southbend offers numerous standard features:


• 2 year warranty parts, 1 year labor


• 45,000 BTU on oven bases (standard and convection)


• Porcelain oven interior • Front and rear gas connections • Continuous front rail • Stainless steel sides and shelf • Electronic ignition, optional • Splashproof design/controls • Stainless steel sides • LPG available • CSA International, MEA, cUL, NSF


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