Garland G Series Restaurant Range


Uploaded by centralrestaurantpro on 12.04.2012

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This is Garland's G Series® 36-inch Range. It won the Kitchen Innovations Award in 2008.
Some of the special features: heavy duty grates, casts, special cover here for protecting your
pilot. Here's the pilot here. Put it down; protect the pilot, so you're not going to
get any overflow of putting on your pilots. New two-piece burner with the latest technology
which really gives high-efficiency, very smooth coverage of flame. Chefs complain that, you
know, when they've got an overflow of a pot, clogs up all the burner. If they have
to constantly try to get this burner out of here, it's not easy to get out. So all they
gotta do is take this out, throw it in the dishwasher, clean it off, or brush it off,
and put it back in. So it makes cleaning a lot easier. Basically, what they've done
here is, you know, most burners, I don't have one to compare, but there's just a
couple of holes where the gas flies through the opening behind here. The way they developed
this, they delivered a ramping system, so it comes up slowly, they also have some holes
here so that the whole flow of gas underneath here, which gives you a really even flow of
gas, through the burner; increases your efficiency. And of course with the patented star, you
also get the best distribution underneath the pot. You're not flowing up the side
of the pot; you're coming up underneath the pot. And the other part of the design
is this bowl here. This is all part of the design to get a high-efficiency burner. When
you look at some ranges, it's basically a flat grate at top, so all you're heat's
going down to the bottom. We want to get the heat going to the pot. One of the other features
on this is extra depths. The old range is 24 inches. This one goes back to 27; 27 inches.
Which gives you extra room for bigger pots. And also the flush fitting on the rail. So
you put up a pot on the rail and slide it in. You know, there are other ranges in the
business, the grate's up here, so you put a pot on here, it's gonna go over. Another
little feature, this little piece here, which looks pretty insignificant. But what it is
actually, heat control tab. What I mean by that is, if that tab is not there, the grate's
right up against there. The grate's conducting heat, right, so a lot of heat can go into
the grate and it's going to have a pot sitting here for an hour. So what's going to happen
is the heat transfers into the rail. With these heat tabs, it just keeps it just much
further away and it reduces your rail temperature by, I don't know, 50 degrees, whatever.
Which again, is a big feature.