Downdraft kitchenaid range: 30-Inch 4-Burner Dual Fuel Downdraft Slide-In Range Stainless Steel KSDG950ESS

KitchenAid® 30″ Stainless Steel Downdraft Slide In Dual Fuel Range | Roger’s Home Appliance

Roger’s Home Appliance

Model #: KSDG950ESS

$3,599.10

At a Glance

This all-in-one dual fuel range includes Downdraft, which integrates the ventilation system so a separate hood is not needed. Smoke and odors can be removed outside or filtered air can be recirculated inside. This range allows you to achieve flawless cooking results thanks to Even-Heat™ True Convection. The unique bow-tie design and convection fan ensure the entire oven is heated perfectly. It also has a Steam Rack that offers the ability to add moisture to the oven and enhances cooking results.

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Misc. Specs

Product Weight (lbs.) 183
Air Fry No
Cooktop Features Continuous Grate, Digital Display, Dishwasher Safe Grates, Downdraft, LP Convertible, Digital Display, Downdraft
No. of Rack Positions 7
Depth w/Door Open 90 Degrees (in.) 48.75
Appliance Fit Width (in.) 30
Manufacturer Warranty 1 Year Parts and Labor
Grate Material Cast Iron
Total Capacity (cu. ft.) 6.4
Color Finish Name Stainless Steel
Range Installation Type Slide-In
Number of Elements Burner Cooking Zones 4
Number Of Rack Positions 7
ADA Compliant Yes
Range Type Slide-In
Number of Elements/Burners 4
Burner Type Sealed
Convection Cooking Yes
Hot Surface Indicator No
Cooktop Surface Style Grate
Cut Out Width 30
Voltage 240
Amp 40
Fuel Type Dual Fuel (NG)
Number of Oven(s) Single
Appliance Color Stainless Steel
Depth (in. ) 28.88
Height (in.) 36
Width (in.) 29.88
Oven Features Self-Cleaning, LED Display, Broiler in Oven, Gliding/Roll Out Rack, Hidden Bake Element, Delay Bake/Start, Keep Warm, Proofing Mode

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At a Glance

This all-in-one dual fuel range includes Downdraft, which integrates the ventilation system so a separate hood is not needed. Smoke and odors can be removed outside or filtered air can be recirculated inside. This range allows you to achieve flawless cooking results thanks to Even-Heat™ True Convection. The unique bow-tie design and convection fan ensure the entire oven is heated perfectly. It also has a Steam Rack that offers the ability to add moisture to the oven and enhances cooking results.


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Downdraft

Integrates the ventilation system right into the range so that a separate hood is not needed. Smoke and odors can be removed and taken outside or air can be filtered and recirculated inside. A duct free kit can be purchased separately.

Even-Heat™ True Convection

Produces flawless results. The unique bow-tie design and convection fan ensure the inside of the entire oven is heated to, and stays at, the perfect temperature.

Steam Rack

Offers the ability to provide additional moisture to the inside of the oven, enhancing cooking results.

6.4 Cu Ft Capacity

This electric slide-in range provides a large cooking capacity that easily handles multiple dishes at once.

4 burners (5k, 9.2k, 15k and 17k)

Provides the perfect range of cooking power from 5,000 to 17,000 BTU, so you can go from a rolling boil to a delicate simmer.

EasyConvect™ Conversion

Takes the guesswork out of convection cooking by converting conventional settings for recipes to convection settings for you.

Aqualift®

Cleans your oven in less than an hour without odors and at a temperature below 200°F. This innovative system combines low heat with water to release baked-on spills.

Glass Touch Controls

Offer an intuitive, easy-to-use touch screen experience.

SatinGlide® Max Racks

Move smoothly in and out, allowing effortless loading and unloading, even with large or heavy dishes.

Side Trim Accessory Kit

This optional accessory kit will cover damaged countertops and unfinished edges from an old slide- in range to make them beautiful again. Trim pieces come in black, white and stainless to seamlessly match your new range.

Useful Documents

Control Guide

Installation Instructions

Warranty

Specification Sheet

Quick Start Guide

Owners Manual

Specifications

Misc. Specs
Product Weight (lbs.) 183
Air Fry No
Cooktop Features Continuous Grate, Digital Display, Dishwasher Safe Grates, Downdraft, LP Convertible, Digital Display, Downdraft
No. of Rack Positions 7
Depth w/Door Open 90 Degrees (in.) 48.75
Appliance Fit Width (in.) 30
Manufacturer Warranty 1 Year Parts and Labor
Grate Material Cast Iron
Total Capacity (cu. ft.) 6.4
Color Finish Name Stainless Steel
Range Installation Type Slide-In
Number of Elements Burner Cooking Zones 4
Number Of Rack Positions 7
ADA Compliant Yes
Range Type Slide-In
Number of Elements/Burners 4
Burner Type Sealed
Convection Cooking Yes
Hot Surface Indicator No
Cooktop Surface Style Grate
Cut Out Width 30
Voltage 240
Amp 40
Fuel Type Dual Fuel (NG)
Number of Oven(s) Single
Appliance Color Stainless Steel
Depth (in. ) 28.88
Height (in.) 36
Width (in.) 29.88
Oven Features Self-Cleaning, LED Display, Broiler in Oven, Gliding/Roll Out Rack, Hidden Bake Element, Delay Bake/Start, Keep Warm, Proofing Mode
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KitchenAid® 30″ Stainless Steel Slide In Electric Downdraft Range Appliances and Mattresses

Tim’s Appliance and Mattress

541-672-1661

Model #: KSEG950ESS

$3,699.

00

At a Glance

This all-in-one eclectic range includes Downdraft, which integrates the ventilation system so a separate hood is not needed. Smoke and odors can be removed outside or filtered air can be recirculated inside. This range helps you achieve flawless cooking results thanks to Even-Heat™ True Convection. The unique bow-tie design and convection fan ensure the entire oven is heated perfectly. It also has a Steam Rack that offers the ability to add moisture to the oven and enhances cooking results.

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Misc. Specs

Product Weight (lbs.) 162
Air Fry No
Cooktop Features Digital Display, Downdraft, Hot Surface Indicator Light, Digital Display, Downdraft
No. of Rack Positions 7
Depth w/Door Open 90 Degrees (in.) 48.75
Appliance Fit Width (in. ) 30
Manufacturer Warranty 1 Year Limited Parts and Labor
Total Capacity (cu. ft.) 6.4
Color Finish Name Stainless Steel
Number of Elements Burner Cooking Zones 4
Number Of Rack Positions 7
ADA Compliant Yes
Induction Cooking No
Range Type Slide-In
Number of Elements/Burners 4
Convection Cooking Yes
Hot Surface Indicator Yes
Cooktop Surface Style Glass-Top
Cut Out Width 30
Voltage 240
Amp 40
Fuel Type Electric
Number of Oven(s) Single
Appliance Color Stainless Steel
Depth (in. ) 28.88
Height (in.) 36
Width (in.) 29.88
Oven Features Self-Cleaning, LED Display, Broiler in Oven, Gliding/Roll Out Rack, Hidden Bake Element, Delay Bake/Start, Keep Warm, Proofing Mode
Model #: KSEG950ESS

$3,699.00

Qualifies forSave up to $600 on qualifying Whirlpool purchases.details

Qualifies forSave up to $3000 on qualifying KitchenAid purchases.details

At a Glance

This all-in-one eclectic range includes Downdraft, which integrates the ventilation system so a separate hood is not needed. Smoke and odors can be removed outside or filtered air can be recirculated inside. This range helps you achieve flawless cooking results thanks to Even-Heat™ True Convection. The unique bow-tie design and convection fan ensure the entire oven is heated perfectly. It also has a Steam Rack that offers the ability to add moisture to the oven and enhances cooking results.


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Model #:

KBDS100T

$649.00

Get to know this product.

Downdraft

Integrates the ventilation system right into the range so that a separate hood is not needed. Smoke and odors can be removed and taken outside or air can be filtered and recirculated inside. A duct free kit can be purchased separately.

Even-Heat™ True Convection

Produces flawless results. The unique bow-tie design and convection fan ensure the inside of the entire oven is heated to, and stays at, the perfect temperature.

Steam Rack

Offers the ability to provide additional moisture to the inside of the oven, enhancing cooking results.

6.4 Cu Ft Capacity

This electric slide-in range provides a large cooking capacity that easily handles multiple dishes at once.

4 Cooking Elements

Provides four independent cooking surfaces that allow you to do more on your range. It features a double cooking zone of 6 and 10 inches, one 10 inch zone, plus two 6 inch cooking zones.

EasyConvect™ Conversion

Takes the guesswork out of convection cooking by converting conventional settings for recipes to convection settings for you.

Aqualift®

Cleans your oven in less than an hour without odors and at a temperature below 200°F. This innovative system combines low heat with water to release baked-on spills.

Glass Touch Controls

Offer an intuitive, easy-to-use touch screen experience.

SatinGlide® Max Racks

Move smoothly in and out, allowing effortless loading and unloading, even with large or heavy dishes.

Side Trim Accessory Kit

This optional accessory kit will cover damaged countertops and unfinished edges from an old slide- in range to make them beautiful again. Trim pieces come in black, white and stainless to seamlessly match your new range.

Useful Documents

Quick Start Guide

Owners Manual

Specification Sheet

Quick Reference Guide

Installation Instructions

Dimension Guide

Control Guide

Warranty

Specifications

Misc. Specs
Product Weight (lbs.) 162
Air Fry No
Cooktop Features Digital Display, Downdraft, Hot Surface Indicator Light, Digital Display, Downdraft
No. of Rack Positions 7
Depth w/Door Open 90 Degrees (in.) 48.75
Appliance Fit Width (in.) 30
Manufacturer Warranty 1 Year Limited Parts and Labor
Total Capacity (cu. ft.) 6.4
Color Finish Name Stainless Steel
Number of Elements Burner Cooking Zones 4
Number Of Rack Positions 7
ADA Compliant Yes
Induction Cooking No
Range Type Slide-In
Number of Elements/Burners 4
Convection Cooking Yes
Hot Surface Indicator Yes
Cooktop Surface Style Glass-Top
Cut Out Width 30
Voltage 240
Amp 40
Fuel Type Electric
Number of Oven(s) Single
Appliance Color Stainless Steel
Depth (in. ) 28.88
Height (in.) 36
Width (in.) 29.88
Oven Features Self-Cleaning, LED Display, Broiler in Oven, Gliding/Roll Out Rack, Hidden Bake Element, Delay Bake/Start, Keep Warm, Proofing Mode
Save up to $600 on qualifying Whirlpool purchases.

Promotional Period: 2023-06-21 to 2023-07-12

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Save up to $3000 on qualifying KitchenAid purchases.

Promotional Period: 2023-07-01 to 2023-12-31

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Cleaning the Air in the Kitchen: Exploring the Different Types of Hoods

If you are in the process of remodeling your kitchen or are planning to upgrade old appliances to better suit your layout, then the hood should not be neglected. The range hood is often overlooked in kitchen functionality and design.

Range hoods come in a variety of materials, configurations, styles and finishes and depending on the layout of your cooking space, you will have the option of installing it under a cupboard or right above the stove.

Regardless of the range you end up choosing, it must meet your ventilation needs and perform its essential function. Read on to learn about the different types of range hoods and the unique features that will make your cooking space special.

What does a range hood do?

Before we get to the main topic, let’s briefly discuss the purpose of the hood. Any ventilation unit is designed to control and remove smoke, steam and odors associated with grease or oil from your kitchen. The range hood collects and transfers these unhealthy fumes to prevent the kitchen from fogging up.

The ventilation system plays an important role in improving the air quality in your home, but it also plays a role in maintaining the beauty and structure of your walls, backsplashes and kitchen cabinets. Deciding how you want to ventilate the air and how you want to vent unwanted fumes depends on the structure of your kitchen, the size of the stove or hob, and your personal preferences.

Let’s take a look at some of the most popular range hoods.

Wall hood

The wall-mounted cooker hood is a ventilation system that is attached to the wall directly above the cooking area. If you now have a cupboard in this space above the stove, it can be removed to make room for this kind of hood. This model vents the smoke and odors from your kitchen outside through the outside wall behind the appliance.

Under Cabinet Hood

Under Cabinet Hood is a popular choice in many modern kitchens due to its compact design and attractive build. As the name implies, this type of hood is installed under cabinets located directly above the hob.

The under cabinet hood can be ducted or non-ducted, providing a flexible option for your kitchen. If you choose an air duct, this means that the hood will filter dirty air and return it back to the kitchen. If you prefer a ductless model, the extractor fan will recirculate air in the kitchen through specialized filters rather than through ductwork. These filters help trap grease and dirt and neutralize odors, while the vents return to the kitchen. This may be a more efficient method, but it requires more space to install.

Island Hood

The Island Hood is an incredibly adaptable and versatile option if you’re looking to upgrade your kitchen island. In design, it resembles a wall-mounted hood, but is located above the hob and suspended from the ceiling. You can choose an exclusive hood of such a plan in the Nortberg catalog at https://ru.nortberg.com.ua/vytyazhki-ostrovnye.html. Island hoods can make a big difference in the look of your kitchen.

Instead of a duct that hides behind a hood, a ceiling duct carries all the polluted air and odors from your kitchen to the air space outside your home. It is important to take accurate measurements and follow the manufacturer’s recommendations to ensure sufficient space for installation. Not all hoods have enough free space for ventilation through the ceiling.

Downdraft hood

Downdraft hood is your ideal model if you are looking for a standalone ventilation system. If you have a kitchen with limited overhead space, a downdraft hood hides behind the cooktop.

Unlike many other hoods that draw smoke up to the ceiling, downdraft hoods pull rising smoke or steam down and away from the cooking area through ducts under the floor.

How to choose a kitchen hood

It’s hard to overstate how many important appliances and accessories are needed to create the perfect kitchen for everyone. Ovens, dishwashers, and even the humble coffee machine are all vital components, but one appliance you can’t afford to ignore is the range hood. A cooker hood is a hood that is installed above the hob of an oven. It houses an electric fan that sucks in all the unwanted odors, grease and moisture generated during cooking so they don’t leave stains on your kitchen worktops.

Cooker hoods are essential for even the smallest of kitchens, but the type of hood you choose will depend on a variety of factors such as the size of your kitchen, your particular hood’s mounting options, its hood power, and your stove’s hot zone. You also need to consider the style options available and whether they will fit with your current kitchen aesthetic. Classic options like stainless steel or glass work well in most kitchens, but more modern models also have great smart features.

It can all seem daunting, which is why we’ve created this detailed range hood buying guide to help you choose the best extractor fan for you, no matter what style or size of kitchen you have.

Before you start

Before we dive into the various aspects that make each type of hood unique, you first need to take into account your budget, stove size and kitchen size, as well as hood power and noise level. Knowing your cooktop and kitchen size is especially important when deciding which type of hood to buy, as choosing an hood that doesn’t fit the space above your cooktop or doesn’t have the right wattage for your kitchen size can result in your kitchen running inefficiently. Measurement and advance planning is essential to avoid unwanted fit issues.

Budget

First of all, your available budget will determine what types of hoods you can purchase. The cost of a hood will vary considerably as it grows in size and as additional features are added. In addition, you will also have to consider additional installation costs if you do not install it yourself.

Typically, the best hoods cost between 100 and 500 euros to purchase, and installation costs range from 50 euros and up. The cost of installation will vary depending on the size of the hood and the amount of associated duct work required. Before buying, be sure to ask what the expected installation cost will be so you can factor it into your budget.

Size

Size is the most important thing to consider when buying an hood, as it will determine the types of hoods available for your kitchen. To find the right size hood, you need to know the surface area of ​​your cooktop to make sure the hood covers its entire width, otherwise it won’t do its job effectively.

Most hoods are 25 to 120 cm wide, but 60 to 9 cm are the most common0 cm. In addition, you will need to measure how high your hood will be positioned above the hob so that it does not extend beyond the hot zone of the hob. This measurement should be taken from the stove to the base of any kitchen cabinets and should ideally be in the 65-75 cm range. your range hood will require for maximum ventilation. Once you have these measurements, you will need to multiply all three together and then multiply that number by ten. This is the required extraction speed. Compare this number with the hood rating listed on the hood description to find the one that suits your needs.

Be sure to take all of these measurements accurately so you don’t buy a range hood that doesn’t work or is the wrong size for the space you’ve chosen.

Noise

One cannot ignore the fact that, like many other important kitchen appliances, the hood you choose will produce a certain level of noise. Some hoods will be noisier than others, depending on the size of the fans installed and whether they have a noise canceling feature. Always look at the decibel (dB) rating of the hood to get an idea of ​​its noise level, especially if you have an open kitchen space. A dB rating of 60 is ideal as the noise level is similar to normal conversation. However, the best way to find out which hoods are the loudest is to ask about your preferred model in the showroom or check online reviews to see what other people have to say.

Types of cooker hoods

There is a wide range of hood types from which you can choose which hood is best for your kitchen. Designs have greatly evolved from the traditional square hoods attached to the wall above the hob. Nowadays, there are free-hanging hoods, retractable hoods, and even hoods without ducts. They all have their own advantages and disadvantages that you need to consider before choosing the best extractor fan for your kitchen.

Under cabinet

Under cabinet hoods or built-in hoods are a very common form of kitchen hood. Small and compact, they easily fit into the aesthetic of any kitchen, using lids that blend in seamlessly with surrounding cabinets. These hoods are great for smaller kitchens, especially studio apartments, as they are typically between 52 and 60 cm high. However, they won’t work in larger kitchens as they lack the significant power needed to properly ventilate larger ones. premises. They can also be expensive to install due to the required cabinet work.

Wall-mounted chimneys

The canopy and chimney hood gives the hob and oven a very traditional look. Chimney hoods vary greatly in size, meaning they will fit almost any cooktop, making them a great option for large cooktops and kitchens thanks to their powerful hood. They are also perfect for filling the gap between kitchen cabinets thanks to their different sizes and can easily match with a variety of kitchen aesthetics thanks to the glass and stainless steel options.

Unfortunately, the hoods are not free hanging and must be fixed to the wall, which means you won’t be able to use them if you’re cooking on a stovetop or you don’t have space to install them. The required number of ducts and installation also makes their installation cost quite high.

Island Hoods

If you have an island cooker, an island hood is probably the best option for you. These hoods are completely free-hanging, meaning they hang from the roof above the hob. Varied in size and style, they suit a variety of kitchen designs and power requirements, and some models are even used as fancy lighting fixtures. But their size also makes them expensive to buy and install. Again, you need to make sure you have space for an island hood, as most models are quite large.

Ductless hoods

Ductless hoods fully correspond to their name. This type of hood has no ductwork, instead it works entirely by recirculating air. These hoods draw all the air in your kitchen through a series of aluminum or carbon filters, purify it, and then release it back into your kitchen. A ductless hood is ideal for those who cook infrequently or have a gas stove because it is relatively inexpensive and easy to install.

However, ductless hoods require more maintenance than regular exhaust fans because their filters need to be replaced or cleaned every 4-6 months; it depends on how much you cook. They are also not as powerful as some of the larger range hoods, making them ill-suited for larger kitchens.

Downdraft hoods

Another brilliant option if you have an island installation, but perfect for any kitchen in general, a downdraft hood is tucked away inside your worktop or hob. With the touch of a button, you can open or hide it, making it a very discreet option for those who don’t want to look for something tailored to their kitchen design.

However, being very new means they are currently the most expensive type of hood you can buy. They are also not recommended for gas stoves and may interfere with your view while cooking.

Canopy Hoods

The canopy hood is the smallest hood available, specially designed for cozy kitchens. Economical to purchase and install, and easy to install in any rectangular space, canopy hoods fit neatly under kitchen wall cabinets, saving cabinet space and being discreet enough to match the aesthetics of most kitchens. But, due to its small size, the hood-visor is practical only in a small kitchen. Similar to the under cabinet hood, they are not the most powerful types of kitchen hoods.

Hanging hoods

Hoods built into cabinets and other kitchen items are also some of the best kitchen hoods for those who don’t catch the eye. Their seamless integration means they can sit under or inside kitchen cabinets undetected before being pulled out for use. Their telescopic design also allows them to cover a large surface area while taking up minimal space.

Kitchen Hood Ventilation Systems

When deciding which hoods are best for your kitchen, it’s helpful to understand how they work. Most types of kitchen exhaust fans come with a standard externally vented fan installation, but if you want something less expensive, then a recirculation system might be just what you need. Most types of hoods can be adapted to any type of ventilation system, so your decision will depend on personal preference and budget.

Hoods

A common installation for most types of cooker hoods, an extractor fan works by drawing in kitchen air using electric fans and then expelling it outside through a network of ducts. The hoods are powerful and extremely efficient, with an extractor fan capable of delivering the best extraction speed of any hood. However, this comes at a cost, as even the smallest models can get quite loud, and installing the necessary ventilation on top of the necessary wall mounts can be costly.

Recirculation hoods

Recirculation hoods are a more modern feature available for cooker hoods. They work by passing your kitchen air through a series of filters and then returning it back to the kitchen. This makes them quieter than common types of kitchen exhaust fans and can be ideally installed anywhere with minimal hassle. They also have a lower installation cost and don’t require you to clean any kitchen cabinets, although this has the downside of lowering power output and having to replace or clean hood filters every few months.

Kitchen Hood Features

Now that we’ve answered the important question of how range hoods work, it’s time to look at additional features. As important as the type of your cooker hood is, it’s equally important to consider what features you want it to have. This will increase extraction levels and power, and offer useful perks for the enthusiastic chef.

Air flow

Good air circulation is a must for any range hood. It’s helpful to find a model with reliable draw power and speed, but you also need to consider its filters. Filters get dirty over time and affect the airflow quality of your hood. In recirculating hoods, this problem can be solved by using replaceable carbon filters. However, most hoods need filter cleaning every 4-6 months. Hoods with removable metal filters are much better than those using fleece or paper as they can be cleaned by hand rather than replaced.

Fan speed

The speed of your hood’s fans is just as important as its power. If you can find a model with at least 3 different speed settings, this means that even the smallest hood will be able to handle most tasks, be it pasta or stir-fry.

Control thermostat

Although not required, a thermostatically controlled range hood is handy if you don’t know which fan setting to use. The thermostat control allows your range hood to measure the temperature of your cooktop’s hot zone and then activate it when the temperature reaches a certain level, meaning the exhaust fan will always be on when you need it.

Exhaust timer

Sometimes you need to leave the hood on even after you’ve finished cooking in order to fully ventilate the kitchen. The addition of a hood timer means you can set the hood to run for a set amount of time after cooking and then turn it off automatically without disrupting your evening routine.

Lighting

A small consideration, but not to be ignored: lighting your hood can help to properly illuminate your cooking area. While you can get LED, halogen, and incandescent hoods, LED lights are the brightest and most energy efficient.

Quiet settings

As mentioned before, all hoods are noisy to some extent. However, many high-end models have a built-in quiet setting that can bring down the edge of even the loudest exhaust fans and make cooking more relaxing.

Smart features

Finally, many of the latest range hoods come with built-in smart features. They allow you to adjust the power of the hood on demand, control its lighting and easily set up any other functions such as the hood timer. Smart hoods take all the controls of a standard hood and combine them into one app for ease of use.

Hood Finish & Color

Now that you have all the information you need to select your hood, you can start looking for style and finish options. Stainless steel and glass are very popular as they are durable and easy to maintain, and they go well with a variety of kitchen styles. Although it is worth bearing in mind that glass jars require regular cleaning to avoid permanent stains.

If you are looking for an extractor hood that fits perfectly with the aesthetics of your kitchen, you can also purchase models in different colors.