Everything You Need To Know About Wolf Dual Fuel Ranges

Published: 21st February 2012
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Since its inception over 70 years ago, Wolf has established itself as one of the most sought after producers of cooking equipment in the world, with Wolf’s Dual Fuel range proving a popular choice for many of the world’s top chefs. All Wolf products are hand built in the USA, boast classic design features and offer unrivalled cooking performance. Undoubtedly it’s these features that make Wolf cookers so appealing but there’s much more to a Dual Fuel range than initially meets the eye.

Versatility and performance
As the name suggests, Wolf Dual Fuel ranges offer the best of both worlds, delivering both gas and electric cooking. On the surface of the range, the dual-stacked gas burners offer maximum versatility; from the the faintest flame for melting chocolate direct in the pan or gentle simmering, to a roaring 4.8kW heat for searing and sautéing There are nine different gas top configurations to choose from, including a specialist French Top, charbroiler and griddle top.

The Dual Fuel range is available in three size configurations; 914mm, 1219mm and 1524mm, each size range offering a variety of models with different surface configuration options. While the 914mm model may be the smallest of the bunch, it has a huge 153 litre capacity – more than ample room for a traditional roast dinner with all the trimmings. At the other end of the scale, the 1524mm Dual Fuel range has two 127 litre capacity ovens - perfect for those with a lot of mouths to feed or for the strains of a professional kitchen environment.

The oven cavities are self-cleaning, dual-convection electric ovens, with four heating elements and two fans. The unique dual convection system found within Wolf appliances delivers even temperature and airflow throughout the oven, resulting in evenly cooked food every time. The oven offers ten different cooking modes:

  • Bake

  • Roast

  • Broil

  • Convection

  • Convection Bake

  • Convection Roast

  • Convection Broil

  • Proof

  • Bake Stone (requires bake stone accessory)

  • Dehydration (requires additional accessory)

  • Design
    As well as providing top-quality cooking performance, the Dual Fuel range also boasts good looks and classic design features. On the outside, its stainless steel exterior and rugged control knobs make the range a joy to behold. On the inside is a striking cobalt-blue porcelain oven interior, making the range instantly recognisable as a Wolf.

    On the front of the range is a concealed flip down control panel and digital temperature read-out, that allows you to check the status of the oven without having to bend down.

    As well as a selection of sizes and gas top configurations to choose from, there are also a number of accessories available for the Wolf Dual Fuel range which further expand its versatility. Some popular accessories for the Dual Fuel range include:

  • Red Knob Kit

  • Black Knob Kit

  • Stainless Steel Risers

  • Bake Stone

  • Oven Racks

  • Two-Piece Broiler Pan

  • Two-Burner Wok Grate

  • Two-Burner S-Grate

  • Hardwood Cutting Board

  • Dehydration Racks with Door Stop

  • Full extension ball bearing rack

  • Cobalt blue baking tray

  • Grill pan and temperature probe

  • Temperature probe

  • The Wolf Dual Fuel range is the ultimate dual fuel range cooker, offering features and levels of performance like no other. Wolf ovens are built to withstand the stresses and strains of professional kitchens but also make an ideal addition to the home kitchen. If you’re looking for a stylish range cooker that performs at a professional standard, look no further than a Wolf.

    Article submitted by Juliette Raine, Marketing Manager at Westye - the European home of Sub-Zero & Wolf. Wolf appliances are the ultimate in professional cooking equipment. To find out more at about the Dual Fuel range, visit www.westye.co.uk.

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