The Capital Cooking MCR366-N 36-In. Precision Series Gas Range is a 36-In. manual clean oven with 30,000 BTU Bake Burner for uniform cooking and 18,000 BTU Infrared Broil Burner for perfect searing. It features oven modes for bake, broil, convection bake, open door broil and fits a full-size commercial cookie sheet (26 In. x 18 In.) with 4.9 Cu. Ft. cavity.
- Precision Series 36-in. NG gas range with 6 sealed burners
- Oven modes: bake, broil, convection bake, open door broil
- Large 4.9 Cu. Ft. cavity with 4.4 Cu. Ft. of usable capacity
- Oven fits full size commercial cookie sheet (26 In. x 18 In.)
- Convection Oven with separate Fan On/Off switch
- 30,000 BTU Bake Burner for uniform cooking
- 18,000 BTU Infrared Broil Burner for perfect searing
- 5 rack positions (2 racks provided) for all cooking needs
- Dual 40W oven lights provide excellent interior illumination
- All stainless steel and glass door allow wall-to-wall visibility and easy cleaning
- Black porcelain with titanium speck oven interior
- Front and rear levelers allow 1.5-In height adjustment
- Six sealed burners are rated at 19,000 BTUs each
- All burners turn down to a true simmer
- Porcelain-coated cast iron grates with center bridge grate provide a continuous cooking surface
- Flush island trim is standard for non-combustible or island trim installations
- Wall-mount back guard provided for combustible rear wall installation
- Available in 10 standard colors
- Manual clean
- This model includes 6 burners only
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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