Cooking range is similar to the stove which allows you to cook different things at a time. Technically, only the top section of what most people call a stove can be defined as a cooking range. This flat section of the stove usually contains a number of flat heating
elements or cooking surfaces, either gas or electric. Ranges may be combined with ovens or configured separately. Some manufacturers consider the cooktop and oven to be two separate units, but others will refer to the entire combination of cooking stovetop and oven as a range.
Electric Cooking Ranges
Electric cooking ranges run on electricity, it mainly comprises of a heating element which burns and produces heat which is required for cooking. The heating element is made up of heat resistant alloy comprising nickel, aluminum, steel wire, chromium and coated with magnesium oxide powder, and stainless steel.
Gas Cooking Ranges
The gas cooking range runs on gas supply. It produces a very high amount of heat mainly required for cooking a large amount of food at a time. on the basis of burners, there are available as single burner cooking range, double burner cooking range, three burner range, and four burner cooking range.
Dual Fuel Ranges
Dual-fuel ranges offer the versatility of both gas and electric fuel with the cooktop and oven powered by two different fuel sources. Dual-fuel ranges are great options for those who want the responsiveness of a gas cooktop combined with the consistency of an electric oven.