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02 April 2013


Imagine a range without boundaries or barriers, an environment free from conventional thought and restrictions, a range created to reflect the needs and lifestyle of today’s modern homeowner.   Dacor, the luxury appliance manufacturer, based in Southern California, has broken all the rules with the introduction of the Renaissance 30” Induction Range, which brings design and high technology together in a seamless ballet of form and function.  

Only Dacor could combine a state-of-the-art induction cooking surface, the fastest, safest and most efficient form of cooking, with the epicurean experience of a Four-Part Pure Convection™ Oven, add a glass touch-control panel with your choice of handles and you have a stainless steel range that will reflect your style and taste.

The Renaissance 30” Induction Range is the perfect blend of sophisticated styling, advanced engineering and quality craftsmanship.  The Induction Range uses electromagnetic energy to stimulate iron molecules to heat the cooking vessel itself.  Unlike traditional cooking surfaces that heat up and stay hot long after the meal has been prepared, the glass-ceramic surface of the Induction element stays cool to the touch as it is unaffected by the magnetic field.  Each induction element, hidden below the ceramic-glass surface, heats pots and pans quickly and consistently with precise control.

In addition, the induction range comes standard with Dacor’s exclusive Four-Part Pure Convection™ System.  The convection element, baffle, fan, and filter allow home chefs to cook with hot-air for even and consistent cooking without hotspots while allowing you to cook multiple dishes without flavor transfer.

If all of the above wasn't enough, Dacor allows you to personalize your range by selecting one of two handle options, the professional Epicure® stainless steel handle, or the proprietary Flush (as shown) stainless steel handle, which gives the range a clean contemporary look.

For almost 50 years, Dacor, three generations, family owned and operated, has been  responsible for many of the innovations that have changed the way we live and cook in the modern kitchen,