Like its smaller versions, the Capital Cooking CGSR484B2-L Culinarian Series 48-In. Liquid Propane Six-Burner Self-Cleaning Oven Range with 12-In. Grill is packed full of features that allow it to help you overcome any cooking hurdle you might meet. With six open burners, each capable of producing a range of heats from 145° to allowing simmering for delicate sauces to cranking out 25,000 BTUs for top end heat.
- Culinarian Series range with six 25,000 BTU open burners
- Burners are capable of temperatures as low as 145° to provide a True Simmer
- Powerful 12-In. stainless steel barbecue grill
- EZ-Glides full extension removable drip tray mounted on ball bearing rails
- Stay-Cool , die-cast, chrome-plated, metal knobs
- Auto-ignition/re-ignition on all open top burners
- Moto-Rotis motorized rotisserie system
- Flex-Roll oven racks for smooth operation
- Primary oven: 4.6 cubic foot capacity, 30,000 BTUs standard baking, 18,000 BTU broiler, convection settings
- Secondary oven: 2.1 cubic foot capacity. 15,000 BTUs standard baking
- Heavy-duty cast stainless steel rotisserie prongs and spit rod
- Adjustable rear casters and front legs for easy installation and leveling
- 40-watt bright oven lights
- 5 rack positions with 3 racks provided
- Liquid propane fueled
- 48 inches wide
- This model includes 6 burners and 12-In. grill
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