KitchenAid Unveils New Line of Ranges, Ovens with Convection System, Steam Rack


Benton Harbor-based KitchenAid has unveiled a new line of ovens that are equipped with 30-inch slide-in ranges, a convection system to ensure even cooking, a ventilation system, and a steam rack.

“KitchenAid is proud to offer advanced cooking technologies, such as a steam function and convection conversion system, that help deliver professional results to home kitchens,” says Beth Robinson, senior manager of brand experience for KitchenAid. “Whether gas, electric, or induction, these ranges offer precise performance and a fresh, new look.”

Robinson says the oven has a convection fan that provides uniform air circulation and automatically converts conventional temperatures to their convection equivalents. Additional cooking features include a steam rack that provides added moisture in the oven, baking drawers that can be used for warming or slow cooking, and an oven cleaning system that works in less than an hour.

Slide-in gas ranges are designed with a four or five burner configuration and are available with either induction or radiant electric cooktop elements. All slide-in range models will be offered in stainless steel, white, and black finishes.

The oven are designed for a traditional freestanding cut-out of 30 inches in width, countertop depth of 24 to 25 inches, cabinet depth of 23 and 24 inches, and countertop height of 36 inches.

The ranges will be available later this month.​