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We offer restaurant electric ranges with infinite heat control for maximum cooking flexibility, and solid flat surfaces for faster and more even heating. Heavy duty thermostat, larger griddle grease cans, adjustable feet and other features make these units even more reliable. An overall polished stainless steel exterior design that is durable and corrosion-resistant brings an elegant feel to your commercial kitchen. Browse electric burner ranges available on Kitchenall and find the right unit for your foodservice establishment. Compact models (24”) are available for locations with limited space, and larger models (up to 60”) serve businesses where more space is available.


Commercial electric stoves available on Kitchenall are dependable and built to work reliably regardless the size of your operation. These units are great if you require all the cooking power of a gas range but don’t have the gas connection. A simple electric hookup will have the unit ready for use. What’s more, a sturdy stainless steel construct means that these units can handle the daily, frequent demands of your foodservice joint.


In various situations, electric stoves offer distinct advantages over commercial gas ranges. To start with, they are easier to relocate compared to gas models - since there is no need to disconnect and reconnect gas lines. Heavy-duty preinstalled casters further make the task of relocating these units bliss. Electric burners also have lighter ventilation hood requirements, and some authorities allow their use without a hood. If you cook at attitudes of above 2,500 feet, an electric commercial restaurant range may be the ideal option for you. Gas ranges need to be specially modified at the factory in order to operate at high elevations. Electric models may also work more efficiently at height, since there’s a decrease in oxygen in the air.