This model is available in different colors and trims and price will vary. This featured model is in the premium Stainless Steel color with Nickel & Brushed Stainless Steel Trim. The La Cornue Flamberge is a built-in gas rotisserie that consists of a heating source(gas burner) and electrical motor for the rotisserie. A real jewel of technology, the La Cornue Flamberge Centenaire roasts all meats, poultry, fish and whole fruits perfectly.
With a new, streamlined yet spectacular design, and a reliable, simplified mechanism, the Flamberge optimizes the circulation of heat flow.Both easy to fit because it has no particular ventilation constraints and practical, the Flamberge is a magnetic attraction in any kitchen, immediately arousing a desire to use it. La Cornue designed special cabinet to accommodate The Flamberge rotisserie which will also offer you additional storage.
The accessible parts are hot while in use: Ideally the Flamberge unit should be fitted into a non-combustible cavity. Good ventilation must be ensured with several fresh-air entry points and cool-air exit points in front and behind the machine.
The gas supply requires a 15mm (1/2 inch BSP) pipe connection to be fitted to the unit.
A valve to shut off the gas must be installed.
A 13 amp electric feed is required at the bottom rear of the Flamberge unit
Weight : 60 kg
Gas: natural gas, propane
Accessories : 1 porcelain roasting tray, 2 roasting spits, 1 roasting spit with clamp.
- Includes 2 Flat Rods (Spit), 1 English-Style Rod, 1 Drip Tray
- Electrical Power: 15.5 Watts (120 V)
- Gas: 27,000 BTU Natural Gas and 25,000 BTU Propane Gas
- Unit Dimensions: 29.7"W x 28.5"H x 15" D
- Frame: 32"W x 31.2"H
Professional delivery and installation is available for every product we sell. We would be happy to coordinate delivery and installation for you.
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