Gas electric oven Class A
La Cornue is once again astonishing the world's gourmet stage with an innovative patent for a revolutionary gas oven system. Modestly called Chateau G4, as in the fourth generation of La Cornue vaulted ovens, this oven uses every mode for gas cooking: radiation, convection and conduction.
The gas oven and its patented invention: the RCC disk.
In the G4 oven, the traditional gas burner tube has been replaced by an entirely new assembly. A very powerful circular burner, very economical in terms of energy consumption, is located inside an open oven floor. A cast iron disk glazed with amorphous graphite sits on top of the burner. Simultaneously diffusing the heat and guarding it, this disk ensures extremely regular distribution of hot air in the oven in three distinct ways. Firstly by conduction when, for example, a casserole dish is simmering directly on top of the disk. Secondly by natural convection with discreet circulation of hot air and finally by radiation as the heat reflects of the oven's interior walls.
No other gas oven can offer as many cooking methods, from simmering at low temperature to grilling food under an electric grill with combinable zones. Three years of research and development were required to design and manufacture this range. A patent has been filed for the invention of this exclusive device, called the RCC disk.
The new G4 electric oven has also equipped itself with a plethora of improvements offering cooks the choice of four cooking modes: forced convection, grill, oven floor and floor-vault combination.
Together these improvements and inventions in one unique range propel the Chateau G4 to the very peak of culinary technology.