Introducing the Thor Kitchen HRG4808-BS - A 48 Inch black stainless steel gas range featuring a double oven, commercial convection fan, and stylish black stainless steel finish. HRG4808-BS
- 4.2 cu.ft oven capacity
- Infrared Broil Burner: High-end broiler radiates heat to sear your food and seal in the juices: 16,500 BTU
- U-shape bake burner at 22,000 BTU
- Blue oven interior
- Commercial Convection Fan circulates heat for even distribution
- Two Halogen Lights increase visibility for the oven interior
- 2.5 cu.ft oven capacity
- 1 tube burner with 14,000 BTU
- One Halogen Light increases visibility for the oven interior
- Thermostatically Controlled to attain the right temperature
|Total Number of Range Top Burners
|Front Right (Dual)
|Front Left (Dual)
Front Middle (Single)
|Rear Right (Single)
|Rear Left (Single)
Rear Middle (Single)
Infrared broil burner
||Natural Gas / LP Convertible
|Circuit Breaker (A)
||15 or 20 A
|Product height (from bottom to top of back splash)
|Product height (from bottom to top of side panel)
|Product depth (from back panel to bullnose include gasket)
|Product depth (from back panel to control board include gasket)
|Product depth (from back panel to side panel front include gasket)
|Depth of control panel (minimum)
|Depth of control panel (bullnose)
|Cast iron cooking grate (W x L)
||Recommend not to exceed 1"
|Power plug length
|Required Cutout Size (W x D x H) (in)
||48.18" x 26.6" x 38.5"
Energy Star Rated:
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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