American Range AR30-18G-2B 30" Heavy Duty Restaurant Range with 18" Griddle and 2 Burners and  1 Oven

American Range AR30-18G-2B 30" Heavy Duty Restaurant Range with 18" Griddle and 2 Burners and 1 Oven


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Item Details

  • Heavy Duty Restaurant Range
  • Gas
  • 30"
  • (2) 32,000 BTU Open burners
  • 18" Griddle
  • Standard oven with one rack
  • Stainless steel front
  • Sides
  • High shelf and riser
  • 6" Chrome plated legs
  • ETL
  • 129,000 BTU
  • This item is not returnable
  • Specifications
    • Brand:
    • American Range
    • Model #:
    • AR30-18G-2B
    • Ship weight:
    • 553 lbs
    • Sold As:
    • 1 ea
    • Item Number:
    • 0233-AR30-18G-2B
    • Exterior finish:
    • Stainless steel front and sides
    • Top:
    • 2 open burners, 18" griddle
    • Vent:
    • Backshelf
    • Width:
    • 30"
    • Tigerchef ID:
    • 40177
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    Questions & Answers

    Is the whole thing stainless steel or just the front?

    By metc September 10, 2015

    The whole range is stainless steel

    by Laurie Jones - TigerChef Staff September 10, 2015
    1 answers
    Last answer: September 10, 2015

    Can this range be used in a residence?

    By mgomez June 4, 2015

    It is not recommended to use commercial equipment in a residence. Below is an excerpt from an article on this topic:

    Commercial kitchen equipment is not made for residential use. Let’s take a look at why:

    • Your home fire insurance will not cover any damages from the equipment, as you will be using equipment that is not specified for residential use.
    • Commercial ranges are very hot to the touch; little kids may receive burns easily.
    • Clearances must be accurate (3 – 4”) with non-combustibles on all surfaces sides and back.
    • Commercial refrigerators and freezers will throw a lot of heat off in the room.
    • Commercial refrigerators are extremely noisy during compressor cycle times (freight train noise!)
    • All commercial kitchen appliances require a lot more energy output to operate, thus resulting in high utility bills.

    Although the large beautiful knobs and wide open work surfaces of a professional range beckon for home chefs to create their culinary masterpieces, consider them more as beautiful sirens calling you towards misfortune. Stay clear of installing commercial equipment in your home and be wary of anyone who knowingly tries to sell you commercial equipment for residential use.

    by Emma - TigerChef Staff June 5, 2015
    1 answers
    Last answer: June 5, 2015