ESSE – Electric Range Cooker

Established in 1854 – Esse have been part of British life for longer than any other Range Cooker brand. You can now enjoy the quality of a Cast Iron range with the features of a modern electric range cooker.

Orion Heating are the local ‘Esse Centre of Excellence’, so able to offer you the very best advice and customer service.

showcase_logo20150224_104753See the new Teal Green EL13amp true Range Cooker on display at Orion Heating. Ring ahead and we’ll set it in the unique ‘Slumber’ mode ready for your arrival. Transforming it from a conventional electric oven into a true heat storage Range.

EL13 AMP Electric True Range Cooker

gasEL13 AMP Electric Range Cooker
– 905mm wide cast iron heat storage range cooker, runs on 2 13amp plugs
– Solid metal heat storage ovens for perfect roasting and baking
Slumber mode for kitchen warmth and true range cooking
– One Induction hob and one cast iron high power hot plate
– Main oven upto 250 degrees C, lower oven upto 175 C for slowroasts
– Traditional Analogue Oven Dials with discreet LED info lights
Low running costs.  Enjoy all the benefits of a true heat storage range and warmth to the room – left on all day it only draws between 300-600 Watts in slumber mode.

EC4i Conventional Electric Cooker;

EC4iEC4i Electric range cooker
-990mm wide cast iron range cooker
– 5 zone Induction hob
– 4 Ovens;
• A-rated fan oven 37 litre
•Conventional oven with grill 37 litre
• 120°C Slow roasting oven 25 litre
• Conventional oven 25 litre
– ‘Welcome home’ heated towel rail option

EC4i_topEC4i features discreet touch controls for all 5 Induction zones and all 4 independent ovens.
– Offering complete control over your cooking
– The flexibility to cook three courses and a dessert simultaneously
– Classic uncluttered lines and traditional Range styling

EC4iStay cool Induction Hobs
– Heating is induced within the metal of a steel or iron pan
-Only the pan gets hot, heating the food directly
-No energy is wasted heating the ceramic top
-The result is heating that reacts faster than a gas hob

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