Restaurant Range Buying Guide
One of the most versatile pieces of equipment that any kitchen can have is a range. You can fry, grill, broil, braise, simmer, and even bake. With the right range in your kitchen, you can maximize space, create an efficient workflow, and produce amazing food for your customers. Our gas range buying guide is here to help you make the best possible decision for your kitchen.
To start, let’s walk through the different types of ranges that you can choose from.
Understanding the Different Types of Commercial Ranges
There are so many different types of commercial kitchen equipment, but one piece that you can always rely on is a range. Buying a gas range can be complex, especially when each manufacturer offers many different features and benefits. Here are the two primary forms of commercial ranges that you should consider.
Manufacturers generally offer restaurant and heavy duty. Restaurant ranges are typically suited for lower volume operations with lower output and less day parts. Heavy duty ranges are ideal for high volume operations and therefore produce high energy outputs for shorter cook times.
Commercial Gas Range Comparison
Understanding which model is right for your operation can be difficult. To help simplify your buying experience, we’ve created the Range Competitor Comparison. This chart compares the versatile Vulcan Endurance Range with three other competitors in the space. In this chart, you can expect a breakdown of size, configuration, features, and more. To view the chart, click below.