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STOVES SGB900PS Gas Double Oven Black

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Indesit IGW620IXUK Gas Double Oven

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STOVES SGB600PSSST Single Gas Oven, Stainless Steel

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STOVES SGB700PS Built Under Gas Oven Stainless Steel

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Browse our range of Gas ovens from leading manufacturers, including Indesit, Smeg, Neff, and Bosch. Our unrivalled selection features top-spec appliances to suit every kitchen design and cooking requirement – you’ll find a selection of sizes and oven types here, including single built-in electric ovens, double built-in electric ovens, and double built-under electric ovens. Our complete range of electric, gas and hybrid ovens come in a variety of sizes and styles that will suit any kitchen. All our ovens are designed to be easy to use, durable and reliable, plus they all come with features that make cooking even easier, whether you’re reheating leftovers or rustling up a huge roast dinner.


What gas is used in ovens?

Cooking gas contains either natural gas (methane) or LPG. If it is LPG, cooking gas contains either propane, butane or a mixture of the two.

What is the problem of gas oven?

Over the past four decades, researchers have amassed a large body of scientific evidence linking the use of gas appliances, especially for cooking, with a higher risk of a range of respiratory problems and illnesses.

How much gas does an oven use

Generally speaking, a gas stove will use between 1 and 2 gallons of gas per hour. A kitchen stove uses an average of 0.555 kWh per hour. Gas consumption in one hour is measured in grams. A gas oven consumes approximately 0.189 kilograms of gas per hour.

Are gas ovens safe?

Older gas burners can spew carbon monoxide (CO), which is toxic. But that's a much smaller concern with modern burner designs, and evidence suggests it's not a long-term health risk anyway—you recover from CO poisoning once the exposure stops.

Can I replace gas oven with electric?

Unlike gas-powered appliances, electric models need high-amperage dedicated circuits, so the switch may necessitate an electrical panel upgrade. Amperage requirements vary depending on the specific appliance model and size. If a stove has a cooktop and oven, it will probably demand 40 or 50 amps of power.

Are gas ovens cheaper to run?

Gas is also a much cheaper and efficient fuel than electric, and the cost of running a gas cooker over the course of a year is always cheaper than electric.

Do gas ovens cook faster than electric?

Electric ovens tend to cook food slower than gas ovens and are slower to heat up and adjust temperature. Plus, if you have a power cut – you won't be able to do any cooking.

What are gas ovens good for?

Gas ovens are good for certain types of baking but struggle with others. This is because gas ovens release moisture into the warm air of the oven. So, for cakes and any other baked goods that need to stay moist, gas ovens are incredible. However, for pie crusts and things like that, gas ovens aren't the ideal choice.