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Dacor Induction Ranges
Perfect for your modern luxury kitchen, Dacor induction ranges are suitable for any type of person. The Professional series offers a timeless and distinctive aesthetic that will make Dacorís ranges be the focal point of your kitchen. You can choose from a stainless steel finish, or you can choose from a variety of custom colors to match your kitchen more accurately.
The Dacor induction ranges we offer are freestanding, and have a smoothtop surface with 5 heating elements. Exterior widths available include 30Ē and 36Ē, and total capacities go up to 5.99 cubic feet. Models include a temperature probe, viewing window, self-cleaning function, delay bake function, and a touchpad control to operate the whole appliance.
Two features that stand out with Dacorís induction ranges are the Four-Part Pure Convection and the GlideRack. Four-Part Pure Convection combines a convection fan, heating element, air baffle and a stainless steel filter to provide even heat distribution and zero flavor transfer, reducing cooking time. The GlideRack uses a smooth gliding ball to fully extend out of the range for better usage.
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