Southbend - S60DD-2RR - 300 Series 60 in Restaurant Range with 6 Burners, Raised Griddle and Standard Ovens

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The Southbend Range with 6 Burners, Raised Griddle and Standard Ovens (S60DD-2RR) is a stainless steel burner/griddle combo that makes cooking a wide variety of foods easy. The stainless steel body makes this range durable as well as easy to clean, while the cast iron grates on top are heated by gas and cook foods thoroughly and evenly. The manual control griddle also includes a broiler beneath it to put the finishing touch on dishes like French onion soup, lasagna and much more. A crumb catcher on top, combined with a removable grease drawer, make Southbend - S60DD-2RR - Range with 6 Burners, Raised Griddle and Standard Ovens an incredibly clean and efficient cooking machine.

300 Series 60 in Restaurant Range with 6 Burners, Raised Griddle and Standard Ovens Features

  • Commercial gas range
  • 60 3/4 in (W) x 34 in (Depth) x 59 1/2 in (H)
  • 26 in (W) x 26 1/2 in (Depth) ovens - full sheet pans fit both ways
  • Raised 24 in manual controlled right side smooth polished griddle
  • Stainless steel front, sides and removable shelf
  • 6 in stainless steel adjustable legs
  • (6) clog-free 28,000 BTU (natural gas), 24,000 BTU (LP)burners
  • (2) 35,000 BTU standard ovens
  • 175° to 550°F temperature range snap action thermomstats with low setting
  • Manual control griddle
  • 3/4 in male rear gas connection
  • Single piece drip tray under burners
  • Heat resistant door handles
  • Removable cast iron flush-top grates
  • (2) position rack guides with (1) removable rack per oven
  • NSF certified
  • 1 year parts and labor warranty
  • Casters sold separately
  • Please specify natural gas or liquid propane
  • Base Type: Standard Oven
  • Griddle Top: Yes
  • No. of Burners: 6 Burners
  • Power: Gas
  • Width: 60 3/4 in

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  • Q:

    Can this, or a similar 60-inch range, be purchased with spark ignition rather than gas pilot?
    Asked on 5/22/2017 by Bob from Reno, Nevada

    1 answer

    • Staff Reviewer


      Please contact sales at 888-388-6372 to discuss range options that will be best for you.

      Answered on 5/23/2017 by Steve from Boulder
  • Q:

    How do you light the pilot for this gas oven
    Asked on 6/6/2016 by Felicia

    1 answer

    • Staff Reviewer


      Here is the procedure right out of the manual...
      Each oven has its own pilot. If an oven pilot needs to be lit, do the following:
      1. Turn the oven thermostat to the OFF position.
      2. For convection ovens, turn the fan switch to the OFF position.
      3. Open the oven door and remove the oven bottom and fire plate to expose pilot and burner.
      4. Open the kick panel below the oven door, turn the knob on the safety valve to the PILOT position, and depress the
      button on oven safety valve.
      5. Light the pilot while continuing to depress the button on the safety valve. Wait 30 seconds, then release the button.
      The pilot should remain lit.
      6. Turn the knob on the safety valve to the ON position.
      7. Close the kick panel.
      8. Replace the fire plate and oven bottom.

      Answered on 6/7/2016 by Steve from Boulder
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