Jade Range– Performance and Durability What professional chef doesn’t want to open the restaurant of his dreams? Whether it’s an intimate neighborhood boîte or a destination mega-restaurant, the success of every great restaurant starts in the kitchen. With aspirations to be the best commercial range, come obsessions with cooking on the best, and that means using Jade Range. Just ask the chefs that use Jade.
In a survey of over 700 professional chefs, respondents revealed that poor oven and pilot performance were their biggest complaints about the commercial ranges they are currently using. The most significant factor affecting commercial range performance is the cleaning process.
Often chefs will shut off their range at the end of a night’s service only to come back the next day and find that it doesn’t work properly – the equipment has been trashed in cleaning from a combination of aggressive water and caustic cleaning chemicals. But Jade ranges, which have been manufactured since 1968, are built for performance and durability. The #304 stainless steel ranges contain a higher nickel content than most others. (Steel is an alloy metal, meaning that it is a combination of metals and other elements.) The more nickel, the stronger the stainless steel, and the more able to withstand extreme pressure and harsh cleaning agents.
So when it comes time for your dream kitchen – or if you’re ready to upgrade your current setup –
just ask America’s top chefs what commercial range they use. They’ll tell you that they use Jade.