Electrolux ES 16/1 Specifications

GRAND
CUISINE
DESIGN
GUIDE
T H E DE SIG N GU I DE
A detailed guide to the world’s most exclusive cooking system
W E L C OM E T O
G R A N D C U I SI N E
The Electrolux Grand Cuisine Cooking
System redefines home cooking, bringing
the tools and techniques of Michelin-star
chefs to the home. The result represents a
new pinnacle of design and performance,
combining professional capability with
intuitive ease of use for the home cook
who demands the very best. This design
guide will help you to understand the
technical specifications of the individual
components and provide you with detailed information necessary to design,
build and install kitchen furniture and
plan utility connections.
3 THE S YSTEM
combination ov en
bl ast chiller
pr ecision vacuum se aler
induction ZONE
Sur round Induction Zone
Se ar hob
gas hob
stand mixer
bespok e v entil ation system
THE S YSTEM
Harmonious design and integrated performance.
High power outputs, precise control,
and exceptional hand-built quality make
the Grand Cuisine Cooking System
unique among home kitchen components.
Yet the revolutionary principle behind
Grand Cuisine is the way that each
component is designed to integrate as
part of a distinctive, intuitive and seamless
system.
System thinking derives directly from
professional practice. Leading-edge
tech­niques such as cook-and-chill, vacuum
sealing for sous-vide cookery, and combination heat and steam cooking are now
in widespread use, thanks to pioneering
technologies developed by Electrolux
Professional. The same techniques can
now be accomplished at home with total
confidence, using Grand Cuisine components such as the Blast Chiller, Precision
Vacuum Sealer and Combination Oven.
The range also allows a wide scope for
personal choice. Some cooks prefer to work
with the visible flame of the Gas Hob,
while for others the power, fast response and
easy-to-clean surface of the Induction Zone
is ideal. Whatever the chosen appliance,
the Grand Cuisine user interface is simple,
clear and consistent across all components within the system.
The result is a cooking system that
allows accomplished cooks to achieve
the exceptional, while empowering every
cook to excel and enjoy the experience
of home entertaining.
4 C ON T E N T S
T E C H N IC A L S Y M B O L S 7
C O M BI N AT IO N OV E N 9
BL A S T C H I L L E R 17
I N DUC T IO N Z O N E 23
G A S H OB 31
S U R R OU N D I N DUC T IO N Z O N E 37
S E A R H OB 41
P R E C I SIO N VAC U U M S E A L E R 45
S TA N D M I X E R 49
B E S P OK E V E N T I L AT IO N 51
S TAC K E D I N S TA L L AT IO N 69
G E N E R A L P L A N N I NG NO T E S F O R C OU N T E R T O P I N S TA L L AT IO N 73
S U M M A RY O F T E C H N IC A L R E QU I R E M E N T S 74
5 The Grand Cuisine electrical appliances are designed for household use and are in compliance with the
requirements of the following European Community Directives: 2004/108/EC (EMC); 2006/95/EC (LVD);
their subsequent amendements and supplements, and with the European Community Standards indicated on
each CE Declaration of Conformity
CHARACTERISTICS OF POWER SUPPLY
The AC power supply to the Grand Cuisine appliances must meet the following conditions:
» » max. voltage variation + 6% / -10%
» » max. frequency variation +1%
» » connection to an efficient ground circuit (≤ 4Ω)
The connection to the electrical power supply has to be done in compliance with the current national and local
regulations. Each appliance must be protected with dedicated devices against overcurrents (e.g. fuses, thermal
magnetic circuit breakers), against direct and indirect contacts (e.g. residual current device, GFI - ground fault
interrupter, depending of the type of supply and connection to the ground provided).
AMBIENT WORKING CONDITION
Class N 32°C , 55% Relative Humidity
6 T EC H N IC A L S Y M B OL S
EI
CWI
AO
EI
D
CWI
CWI
AO
AI
AI
G
TCA
EI
CWI
D
Air
D
EI Vents
CWI
TCA
EI
CWI
x
xx mm
CWI
AO
TCA
V
AI
V
EI
CWIDrain
D
D
EI
TCA
TCA
DV
EI
AO
Air Inlet
TCA
V
V
G
EI
CWI
x
xx mm
AI
x
xx mm
EI
CWI
D
x
xx mm
AI D
CWI
GAir Outlet AI
AO
G
V Water
AOCold
G Inlet EI
TCA
TCA
V
Gas
AI Inlet (Standard Gas Connection)
G
D
AI
Electricity
Inlet (Power
D
CWI
AO Supply)G
D
CWI
x
xx mm
D
x
xx mm
TCA
V
EI
CWI
D
x
xx mm
x
Technical
Connection Area
xx mm
Distance from combustible materials
2 3 0 V~ W I R E
BrownPhase
F
N
BlueNeutral
Yellow/GreenGround
400V 3N~ W IR E
BrownPhase
R
S
T
N
BlackPhase
GreyPhase
BlueNeutral
Yellow/GreenGround
7 x
xx mm
8 C OM BI N AT ION OV E N
Often described as the ‘“heart” of the kitchen, the Combination Oven
is a powerful and precise cooking instrument that delivers
total control of heat and humidity. For cooking with convection heat,
steam heat, or a combination of both.
A E S T H ET IC OV E RV I E W
K E Y F E AT U R E S
» » Side-opening door
» » 4 & 6 mm chamfered, patterned glass
» » Solid metal handles
» » Interactive touchscreen user interface
» » Automatic cleaning system
» » Automatic or Manual cooking strategies
» » Exact temperature & humidity control
» » Patented Lambda sensor enables setting
humidity level to exact percentage
» » Six-sensor temperature probe
» » Removable rack support
The appliance is designed for household use and is in compliance with the requirements of the following
European Community Directives (1) and their subsequent amendements and supplements, and with the following
Standards (2):
(1) 2004/108/EC (EMC); 2006/95/EC (LVD)
(2) EN 60335-1, EN 60335-2-6; EN 62233:2008; EN 55014-1:2006+A1:2009;
EN 55014-2:1997+A1:2001+A2:2008+A1:2009+A2:2009
EN 61000-6-1:2007; EN 61000-3-2;2006
EN 61000-3-3:2008; EN 61000-6-3:2007; EN 50581:2012
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f ron t v iew
si d e v i e w
MENU
150°
5068%%
120°
120°
16°
°
105
125°
°
00°
00:30
MORE
22 61/64”�
583 mm
60°
00:25
00°
START
3 15/32”�
88 mm
EI
D
EI
35 7/16”�
896 mm
CW
CWI
CWI
D
33 35/64”�
852 mm
V
27 3/16”�
691 mm
5 1/4”�
133 mm
5 1/4”�
133 mm
AO
7 3/4”�
197 mm
23 7/8”�
606 mm
23 1/16”�
585 mm
31°
46
75°
90°
1 9/64”�
29 mm
8 1/8”�
206 mm
Technical symbols legend on page 7
t op v i e w
28 3/8”�
721 mm
100˚
ME A SUR EMEN TS
External size (H × W × D) (including door handle)
606  896  780 mm
Cavity (H × W × D)
380  560  520 mm
Usable cavity capacity
105 litres
Net weight
115 kg
Full-load weight (to be considered for cabinet construction)
150 kg
10 3 1/2”�
89 mm
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S TA N DA R D
I N S TA L L AT ION
Cab. niche (H  W  D)
590  860  700 mm
Thickness of the shelves
40 mm
Depth of the shelves
550 mm
Max temperature of
cabinet panels
60 °C
p l a n n i ng no t e s
It is recommended to fix the cabinet to the wall.
The cabinet panels and shelves must be waterproof.
The rear cabinet panels above and below the
Combination Oven must be removable for installation
and service. The upper part of the oven is predisposed
for warm air exit. Do not block these sections.
Provide a vent on the upper part of the cabinet. Leave
an area of at least 120 cm2.
F RON T VIEW
LEFT VIEW
MIN 120 cm2
V
AO
1 37/640
40 mm
1/80
3 mm
MIN 3/160
MIN 5 mm
REMOVABLE
MIN 5 29/320
MIN 150 mm
23 1/40
590 mm
C O M B I N AT I O N O V E N
NICHE
3 11/320
33 7/80
860 mm
85 mm
21 5/80
550 mm
MIN 850 mm
MIN 360
Check USB key access on page 13
MIN 5 29/320
MIN 150 mm
BL AST CHILLER ARE A
IF PRESENT
D
21 5/80
550 mm
TCA
EI CWI
MIN 5/80
MIN 16 mm
MIN 27 1/20
MIN 700 mm
Technical symbols legend on page 7
11 33/640
1 37/640 13 mm
40 mm
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S PEC I A L R EQU I R E M E N T S
The figure shows where the cold air intake is taken:
pl a n ning not es
V
Cold air
intake
V
Cold air
intake
V
Cold air intake
When the door is open the glass extends 3 mm from
the edge of the standard cabinet (900 mm width).
When opening the control panel (e.g. when servicing),
the panel extends 3 mm from the edge of the standard
cabinet (900 mm width).
This requirement is important to guarantee correct
ventilation.
Do not block these sections.
35 7/16�
900 mm
SHELF
33 55/64�
860 mm
V
90°
11/64�
4,5 mm
=
1/8�
3 mm
1 37/64�
40 mm
30 7/8�
784 mm
� 3/8�
� 10 mm
33 7/8�
860 mm
=
21 5/8�
550 mm
AO
11 13/16�
300 mm
1/8�
3 mm
FRONT SIDE
pl a n ning not es
In order to protect the shelf it is recommended to use
the metal plate. The metal plate is supplied with the
Combination Oven.
SHELF
METAL PLATE
FRONT SIDE
pl a n ning not es
In the case that the appliance is under dynamic stress,
a more sturdy fixing to the furniture is necessary.
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pl a n ning not es
Access to the USB port is provided at the bottom of the
control panel.
Ensure that the furniture design allows appropriate
access for inserting and removing the USB key.
1
2
3
1 3/160
30 mm
1 9/640
28 mm
4 3/40
120 mm
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A I R OU T L ET
Provide external outlet to collect the oven exhaust air
“AO”. This will also help avoid humid air and cooking
smells inside the kitchen.
The Combination Oven is equipped with an air outlet
fan.
Outlet airflow
150 m3/h
Outlet air pressure
10 Pa
External outlet
pipe diameter 100 mm
(3 15/16)
Typical temperature
40 °C
Peak temperature
60 °C
Typical humidity
60%
Peak humidity
90%
AO
V
The evacuation of the air must be dimensioned in order
to guarantee 150 m3/h airflow and an outlet area of at
least 70 cm2.
Install an external extractor fan when:
» » The pipe ( 100) is more than 1.5 m in length
» » There is more than one 90° bend on the pipe
Avoid traps in the air outlet pipe in order to prevent
build-up of condensation.
The air outlet pipe should have a device to prevent cold
air backflow and prevent inflow of leaves, insects, etc.
CWI
D
EI
Technical symbols legend at page 7
E x t e r n a l Fa n c o n n e c t io n s
The exernal extractorfan can be controlled through the oven
connections K-IN and K-OUT by means of an external relay.
The grommet indicated in the figure is for the insertion
of an electrical cable for an external relay. The grommet is
located near the electrical cable.
Technical characteristics of the contact
»» Normally Open
»» Max Voltage 250V
»» Max Power 0,1kW
14 I m p o r ta n t
Do not directly connect the auxiliary fan to
the oven, use the oven connection to connect
the external relay, and connect the auxiliary
fan to the external relay.
The oven can not supply power to the
auxiliary fan.
E L EC T R IC I T Y
Power supply
400 3N~ 50/60 Hz
Max power
6.0 kW
Max current
13.2 A
pl a n ning not es
The Combination Oven is designed to be connected to
the power supply in a permanent way by means of a
flexible cable.
It is necessary to install an appropriate switch to
disconnect the appliance. This switch must be
installed in the building’s permanent electrical
system, in the immediate vicinity of the appliance.
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I N L ET WAT E R
Cold water inlet
3/4
Max temperature
20 °C
Pressure
1.5– 6 bar
Max water flow
2.6 l/min
Max water consumption per
cleaning cycle
18 l
pl a n ning not es
The inlet water must be drinking water, and meet
the following requirements:
Total hardness
0.5–5 °f
0.28–2.81 °dH
Chloride Cl –
< 10 ppm
< 10 mg/l
Conductivity (20 °C)
50 –2000 µS/cm
5–200 mS/m
pH
>7
In some areas a water treatment system may be needed
to prevent damage to the system. Data on total hardness,
conductivity, Chloride Cl – and pH, which are readily
available from the water supply company, are needed
for the evaluation.
Provide the cold water inlet pipe (CWI) with a water
tap in an easily reachable position close to the oven.
DR A I N I NG
Oven drain outlet
 25 mm
Drain temperature requirement
100 °C
Drain pipe’s slope
Min 5%
pl a n ning not es
MIN 120
MIN 300 mm
The drain connection must be equipped with a siphon
device.
Leave a minimum of 300 mm height between the oven
drain outlet and the drain connection point.
The drain pipe is not supplied with the
Combination Oven.
It is suggested to install an external air gap.
D
16 BL A S T C H I L L E R
The Blast Chiller is a powerful, rapid blast chiller
and freezer, even for food taken directly from the oven.
A key component in the cook-and-chill process.
A E S T H ET IC OV E RV I E W
K E Y F E AT U R E S
» » Side-opening door
» » 4 & 6 mm chamfered, patterned glass
» » Solid steel handles
» » Interactive touchscreen user interface
» » Automatic or Manual chilling strategies
» » Three-sensor Food Probe enables chilling or
freezing to exact temperatures
» » Removable rack support
» » Condensation collection tray
The appliance is designed for household use and is in compliance with the requirements of the following
European Community Directives (1) and their subsequent amendements and supplements, and with the following
Standards (2):
(1) 2004/108/EC (EMC); 2006/95/EC (LVD)
(2) EN 60335-1; EN60335-2-24; EN 55014-1:2006 + A1:2009
EN EN 61000-6-3:2007
EN 61000-3-2:2006 + A1:2009 + A2:2009
EN 61000-3-3:2008
EN 55014-2:1997 + A1:2001 + A2:2008; EN 61000-6-1:2007
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MENU
150°
5068%%
120°
120°
00°
3 5/16�
84 mm
START
3 3/16�
80 mm
EI
EI
35 9/32�
896 mm
33 5/8�
854 mm
4 23/32�
420 mm
27 5/32�
690 mm
3 1/2�
89 mm
11 7/8�
302 mm
AO
5 1/2�
140 mm
8 1/16�
205 mm
1 5/32�
29 mm
3/4�
17 mm
Technical symbols legend on page 7
100˚
28 3/8�
721 mm
t op v i e w
ME A SUR EMEN TS
External size (H  W  D) (including door handle)
606  896  779 mm
Cavity (H  W  D)
459  557  528 mm
Usable cavity capacity
100 litres
Net weight
100 kg
Full-load weight (to be considered for cabinet construction)
135 kg
18 23 7/8�
606 mm
00°
00:30
MORE
23 1/16�
585 mm
22 21/32�
576 mm
46°
75°
31°
60°
00:25
16 29/64�
418 mm
16°
°
105
125°
90°
gr a n d cuisin e bl ast chil l er
L E F T H I NG E D D O OR V E R S ION
f ron t v iew
si d e v i e w
MENU
150°
5068%%
120°
00°
3 5/16”�
84 mm
START
27 5/32”�
690 mm
3 1/2”�
89 mm
3 3/16”�
80 mm
33 5/8”�
854 mm
4 23/32”�
420 mm
11 7/8”�
302 mm
EI
EI
35 9/32”�
896 mm
AO
5 1/2”�
140 mm
599F02D00
1 5/32”�
29 mm
8 1/16”�
205 mm
3/4”�
17 mm
28 3/8”�
721 mm
100˚
t op v i e w
Technical symbols legend on page 7
ME A SUR EMEN TS
External size (H  W  D) (including door handle)
606  896  779 mm
Cavity (H  W  D)
459  557  528 mm
Usable cavity capacity
100 litres
Net weight
100 kg
Full-load weight (to be considered for cabinet construction)
135 kg
19 23 7/8”�
606 mm
00°
00:30
MORE
23 1/16”�
585 mm
46°
75°
22 21/32”�
576 mm
16°
°
105
31°
60°
00:25
16 29/64”�
418 mm
120°
125°
90°
gr a n d cuisin e bl ast chil l er
S TA N DA R D
I N S TA L L AT ION
Cab. niche (H  W  D)
590  860  700 mm
Thickness of the shelves
40 mm
Depth of the shelves
550 mm
pl a n ning not es
It is recommended to fix the cabinet to the wall.
The cabinet panels and shelves must be
waterproof.
The rear cabinet panels above and below the
Blast Chiller must to be removable for installation
and service.
Provide a vent on the upper and lower part of the
cabinet with an area of at least 560 cm2.
LEFT VIEW
F RON T VIEW
MIN 560 cm2
V
MIN 5 29/320
MIN 150 mm
REMOVABLE
1 37/640
40 mm
21 5/80
550 mm
1/80
3 mm
MIN 3/160
MIN 5 mm
21 5/80
550 mm
OVEN ARE A
IF PRESENT
21 5/80
550 mm
BL AST CHILLER
NICHE
23 1/40
590 mm
33 7/80
860 mm
MIN 5 29/320
MIN 150 mm
21 5/80
550 mm
TCA
V
MIN 560 cm2
EI
MIN 27 1/20
MIN 700 mm
MIN 5/80
MIN 16 mm
33/640
1 37/640 13 mm
40 mm
Technical symbols legend on page 7
20 FRONT SIDE
gr a n d cuisin e bl ast chil l er
S PEC I A L R EQU I R E M E N T S
pl a n ning not es
In order to protect the shelf it is recommended to use
the metal plate. The metal plate is supplied with the
Blast Chiller.
SHELF
METAL PLATE
FRONT SIDE
pl a n ning not es
In the case that the appliance is under dynamic stress,
a more sturdy fixing to the furniture is necessary.
p l a n n i ng no t e s
When the door is open the glass extends 3 mm from
the edge of the standard cabinet (900 mm width).
When opening the control panel (e.g. when servicing),
the panel extends 3 mm from the edge of the standard
cabinet (900 mm width).
35 7/16
900 mm
33 55/64
860 mm
1/8
3 mm
1/8
3 mm
21 gr a n d cuisin e bl ast chil l er
A I R I N L ET
Cabinet base air inlet
min 560 cm2
P l a n n i ng no t e
Provide an air inlet in the area below the appliance.
The air inlet for the Blast Chiller must have an area of
at least 560 cm2.
A I R OU T L ET
Cooling airflow
400 m3/h
Peak temperature
60 °C
Cabinet air outlet
MIN 560 cm2
P l a n n i ng no t e
Do not mount the cabinet adjacent to the ceiling. Leave
an area of at least 560 cm2 to discarge the hot air.
E L EC T R IC I T Y
Power supply
230V~ 50 Hz
Max power
0.87 kW
Max current
4.5 A
pl a n ning not es
The Blast Chiller is designed to be connected to the
power supply in a permanent way by means of flexible
cable.
It is necessary to install an appropriate switch to
disconnect the appliance. This switch must be
installed in the building’s permanent electrical
system, in the immediate vicinity of the appliance.
22 I N DUC T ION ZON E
The Induction Zone is a large induction cooktop offering
high power and complete flexibility. Features controllable
safe heat using pot detection technology.
A E S T H ET IC OV E RV I E W
K E Y F E AT U R E S
» » 4 mm chamfered, patterned glass
» » Stainless steel frame
» » Hand-built
» » Interactive touchscreen user interface
» » Zoneless cooking
» » Pre-set configurations for quick start
» » Large 260 mm diameter coils for uniform heating
» » Pot recognition system
The appliance is designed for household use and is in compliance with the requirements of the following
European Community Directives (1) and their subsequent amendements and supplements, and with the following
Standards (2):
(1) 2004/108/EC (EMC); 2006/95/EC (LVD)
(2) EN 60335-1; EN 60335-2-6; EN 50581;
EN 55014-1:2007; EN 55014-2 :1998 + A1:2002 + IS 1:2007; EN 61000-3-2:2005;
EN 61000-3-3:1997 + A1:2002 + A2/ IS1:2006; EN 61000-3-11:2001;
EN 55011:1999 + A1:2000 + A2 :2003; EN 61000-4-2:1996 + A1:2001 + A2:2003;
EN 61000-4-4:2006; EN 61000-4-6 :1997 + A1:2001 + IS1:2005; EN 61000-4-11:2006)
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bottom view
� 4 9/64”
105 mm
EI
20 5/16”�
516 mm
51/64”�
20 mm
AO
� 3 15/16”�
� 100 mm
AI
side v iew
7/8”�
22 mm
5 3/16”�
9 mm
5/8”�
17 mm
16 27/32”�
428 mm
17 3/16”�
437 mm
f ron t view
EI
2 1/2”�
63 mm
� 5 33/64”�
140 mm
3 1/8”�
130 mm
EI
19 5/16”�
491 mm
2 49/64”
70 mm
37 11/16”�
957 mm
40 5/32”�
1020 mm
20 7/8”�
530 mm
41 5/16”�
1050 mm
Technical symbols legend on page 7
top view
ME A SUR EMEN TS
External size (W  D)
1050  530 mm
Net weight (kg)
70 kg
Full-load weight (to be considered for cabinet construction)
100 kg
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S TA N DA R D
I N S TA L L AT ION
41 5/160
1050 mm
MAX 130�
MAX 330 mm
37 7/80�
962 mm
2 1/80�
59 mm
2 1/80�
59 mm
16 27/320
428 mm
2 1/80�
59 mm
(MAX 2 23/640) MIN 1 3/160
(MAX 60 mm) MIN 30 mm
MIN 180
MIN 457 mm
MIN 1 37/640
MIN 40 mm
V
MIN 1 37/640�
MIN 40 mm
14 13/160
376 mm
20 1/80
511 mm
2 15/160�
75 mm
V
MIN 314 cm²
(Cold air intake)
MIN 314 cm²
(Warm air exhaust)
� [4 1/40
� [108 mm
MIN 5 1/80
MIN 130 mm
(MAX 2 23/640) MIN 1 3/160
(MAX 60 mm) MIN 30 mm
MIN 300
MIN 762 mm
Electrolux Grand Cuisine recommends using the
dimensions specified in the above sketches.
MIN 27 1/20
MIN 700 mm
Part. A
Part. B
CUT-OUT
Technical symbols legend on page 7
Part. A, Part. B on next page
25 Part. A
39 3/40
1009 mm
39 5/160
998 mm
2 9/640
54,5 mm
CUT-OUT
Part. B
4”
/6
49 m
9 8m
24
60
5/1 mm
8
4”
/6
49 m
9 8m
24
80
3/ m
m
10
0
/16 m
15 3,5 m
2
3/8”
10 mm
UT
80
3/ m
m
10
26 0
64
9/ m
2 5m
,
54
-O
UT
C
0
/64
45 8 mm
1
60
5/1 mm
8
19 1/20
496 mm
� 3/80
� 10 mm
15 1/40
387 mm
Part. B
5/640
2 mm
MIN 27 1/20
MIN 700 mm
37 7/80
962 mm
g r a n d c u i s i n e i n d uc t i o n z o n e
S PEC I A L R EQU I R E M E N T S
E L EC T R IC I T Y
Power supply
400 3N~ 50 Hz
Max power
12 kW
Max current
18 A
p l a n n i ng no t e s
p l a n n i ng no t e s
The Induction Zone is designed to be connected to the
power supply in a permanent way by means of flexible
cable.
It is necessary to install an appropiate switch to
disconnect the appliance. This switch must be
installed in the building’s permanent electrical
system, in the immediate vicinity of the appliance.
For safety reasons respect the minimum distances
between the wall cupboards and the countertop.
Provide an opening (like a flip door or removable
panel) to provide access for service.
CUT-OUT
”
37 7/8
m�
962 m
19 1/2”
496 mm�
27 pl a n ning not es
In the case the appliance is under dynamic stress it is
recommended to install the special frame, available as
accessory, designed to avoid pot, pan sliding out of
cooking surface.
I m p o r ta n t
The special frame must be connected to
an efficient ground electrical system.
28 The worktop must be prepared with appropriate holes
for special frame fixing.
42 7/160
1078 mm
14 5/80
372 mm
12 3/80
314 mm
12 3/80
314 mm
2 5/160
58 mm
1/40
6 mm
2 5/160
58 mm
13 1/80
334 mm
1 1/80
29 mm
14 5/80
372 mm
18 1/40
464 mm
80
3/ mm
0
[1
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SPECIAL FRAME PASS-THROUGH HOLES
29 10
26 mm
1 5/160
33 mm
80
3/ mm
10
[
30 G A S HOB
Large, professional-standard gas hob with
continuous pan support and unique Flower Flame
that adapts to all pan sizes.
A E S T H ET IC OV E RV I E W
K E Y F E AT U R E S
» » Solid stainless steel tub
» » Cast-iron pan support
» » Hand built
» » Combination of matte and glossy surfaces
» » Patented Flower Flame burners that adjust to
the size and form of the cookware
The appliance is designed for household use and is in compliance with the requirements of the following
European Community Directives (1) and their subsequent amendements and supplements, and with the following
Standards (2):
(1) 2004/108/EC (EMC); 2006/95/EC (LVD);2009/142/EC (GAD)
(2) EN 60335-1; EN 60335-2-102; EN 50581; EN 30-1-1
EN 55014-1:2007; EN 55014-2 :1998 + A1:2002 + IS 1:2007; EN 61000-3-2:2005;
EN 61000-3-3:1997 + A1:2002 + A2/ IS1:2006; EN 61000-3-11:2001;
EN 55011:1999 + A1:2000 + A2 :2003; EN 61000-4-2:1996 + A1:2001 + A2:2003;
EN 61000-4-4:2006; EN 61000-4-6 :1997 + A1:2001 + IS1:2005; EN 61000-4-11:2006
31 gr a n d cu isi n e gas hob
f ron t v iew
7/8
22 mm
7/8
22 mm
7/8
22 mm
12 9/32
312 mm
8 3/8
212 mm
1 5/8
42 mm
7/8
22 mm
si d e v i e w
EI
G
1 7/8
47 mm
G
EI
UNI ISO 7/1-R 1/2 39 5/8
1006 mm
3 7/8
99 mm
19 1/8
486 mm
20 7/8
530 mm
41 5/16
1050 mm
Technical symbols legend on page 7
t op v i e w
ME A SUR EMEN TS
Size (W  D)
1050  530 mm
Net weight
40 kg
Full-load weight (to be considered for cabinet construction)
90 kg
Product class
3
32 gr a n d cu isi n e gas hob
Electrolux Grand Cuisine recommends using the
dimensions specified in the above sketches.
pl a n ning not es
For safety reasons respect the minimum distances
between the wall cupboards and the countertop.
The contact area between the Gas Hob frame and
the countertop can reach 130 °C. Ensure that the
countertop material has adequate temperature
resistance.
Provide a dedicated channel for the primary air
required for the combustion process. It should have an
area of at least 500 cm2.
Provide a front opening (like a flip door or removable
panel) to provide access for service.
MIN 1 37/640 (MAX 40)
MIN 40 mm (MAX 102 mm)
S TA N DA R D
I N S TA L L AT ION
6 45/640
170 mm
6 45/640
170 mm
19 7/160
493 mm
11/320
59 mm
Part. A
V
MIN 13 3/40
MIN 350 mm
Part. C
Part. B
MIN 1 3/160
MIN 30 mm
MIN 1 3/160
MIN 30 mm
MIN 500 cm2
(Cold air intake)
MIN 500 cm2
(Cold air intake)
Part. C
19 7/160
493 mm
CUT-OUT
V
MIN 1 37/640 (MAX 40)
MIN 40 mm (MAX 102 mm)
39 3/40
1010 mm
MIN 27 1/20
MIN 700 mm
(MAX 1 9/160) MIN 1 3/160
(MAX 40 mm) MIN 30 mm
MIN 180
MIN 457 mm
MAX 130
MAX 330 mm
CUT-OUT
3 9/640
80 mm
MIN 300
MIN 762 mm
41 5/160
1050 mm
MAX 1 3/160
MAX 30 mm
9/160
14 mm
Ø 3/160
6 mm
Part. B
25/640
10 mm
25/640
10 mm
25/640
10 mm
25/640
10 mm
3 9/640
80 mm
Part. A
1/80
3 mm
2 3/40
70 mm
9/160
14 mm
14 1/80
359 mm
11 3/160
284mm
90°
CUT-OUT
14 1/80
359 mm
40 9/160
1030 mm
Holes dimension
Technical symbols legend on page 7
33 gr a n d cu isi n e gas hob
S PEC I A L R EQU I R E M E N T S
E L EC T R IC I T Y
G A S R EQU I R E M E N T S
Power supply
230V~ 50 Hz
Max current
<1A
p l a n n i ng no t e s
The Gas Hob is designed to be connected to the power
supply in a permanent way by means of flexible cable.
It is necessary to install an appropriate switch to
disconnect the appliance. This switch must be
installed in the building’s permanent electrical
system, in the immediate vicinity of the appliance.
CONDITIONS
Gas supply connection
1/2
Burner’s max power
2  3 kW + 3  5.5 kW [gas]
Total max power
22.5 kW [gas]
p l a n n i ng no t e s
The Gas Hob is configured with nozzles for natural gas.
The nozzles for LPG configuration are supplied with
the Gas Hob as included accessories.
SUPPLY PRESSURE
GAS
MAX
CONSUMPTION
Dry Gas at 15 °C and
1013 mbar
Minimum
(mbar)
Nominal
(mbar)
Maximum
(mbar)
G31
50.37 MJ/Kg
25
37
45
1,61 Kg/h
G30
49.47 MJ/Kg
20
28-30
35
1,64 Kg/h
G20
37.38 MJ/mc
17
20
25
2,14 m3/h
3 4 CUT-OUT
39 3/4”�
m
1010 m
19 7/16”�
493 mm
”�
40 9/16
m
m
0
3
0
1
(MAX 1 9/160) MIN 1 3/160
(MAX 40 mm) MIN 30 mm
2 3/4”�
70 mm
SIDE VIEW
1/80
3 mm
4 23/320
120 mm
FRONT PANEL
KNOB
1 37/64”
40 mm
MAX 1 3/160
MAX 30 mm
4 23/32”
120 mm
2”
41 11/3
m
1050 m
35 36 S U R ROU N D I N DUC T ION ZON E
The instant power of induction heat meets the smooth contours
of an all-round cooking surface for effortless
cooking, frying and steaming.
A E S T H ET IC OV E RV I E W
K E Y F E AT U R E S
» » Evenly contoured rounded surface
» » 4 mm chamfered, patterned glass
» » Stainless steel frame
» » Hand built
» » Interactive touchscreen user interface
» » Powerful, safe and energy-efficient
» » Rapid heating and precise temperature control
» » Pot detection technology
» » Fast, even cooking with no hot spots
» » Healthier – needs less oil for sauté cooking
The appliance is designed for household use and is in compliance with the requirements of the following
European Community Directives (1) and their subsequent amendements and supplements, and with the following
Standards (2):
(1) 2004/108/EC (EMC); 2006/95/EC (LVD)
(2) EN 60335-1; EN 60335-2-6; EN 50581;
EN 55014-1:2007; EN 55014-2 :1998 + A1:2002 + IS 1:2007; EN 61000-3-2:2005;
EN 61000-3-3:1997 + A1:2002 + A2/ IS1:2006; EN 61000-3-11:2001;
EN 55011:1999 + A1:2000 + A2 :2003; EN 61000-4-2:1996 + A1:2001 + A2:2003;
EN 61000-4-4:2006; EN 61000-4-6 :1997 + A1:2001 + IS1:2005; EN 61000-4-11:2006
37 g r a n d c u i s i n e s u r r o u n d i n d uc t i o n z o n e
bot tom view
�1 1/80
28 mm
AI
��13 7/80
327 mm
EI
12 3/40
324 mm
�1 1/80
28 mm
f ron t v iew
9/160�
15 mm
13/160�
20 mm
19 5/160�
490 mm
13/160�
20 mm
AO
2 53/640
72 mm
�1 9/160
40 mm
120
305 mm
5/160�
9 mm
9/160�
15 mm
14 15/160 �
380 mm
si d e v i e w
EI
EI
AI
�4 61/640
126 mm
AI
7 29/320
201 mm
20 7/80�
530 mm
Technical symbols legend on page 7
MENU
16 1/80�
410 mm
t op v i e w
ME A SUR EMEN TS
Size (W  D)
410  530 mm
Net weight
20 kg
Full-load weight (to be considered for cabinet construction)
25 kg
38 g r a n d c u i s i n e s u r r o u n d i n d uc t i o n z o n e
S TA N DA R D
I N S TA L L AT ION
Electrolux Grand Cuisine recommends using the
dimensions specified in the above sketches.
pl a n ning not es
For safety reasons respect the minimum distances
between the wall cupboards and the countertop.
Provide a front opening (like a flip door or removable
panel) to provide access for service.
MAX 130�
MAX 330 mm
2 7/80�
74 mm
2 1/80�
59 mm
2 1/80�
59 mm
MIN 8/90�
MIN 23 mm
2 1/80�
59 mm
MIN 8/90�
MIN 23 mm
[ 4 1/40
� [108 mm
MIN 100 cm2
(Cold air intake)
V
12 19/320
320 mm
V
MIN 100 cm²
(Warm air exaust)
CUT-OUT
19 11/160�
500 mm
MIN 27 1/20�
MIN 700 mm
15 1/20�
393 mm
19 11/160�
500 mm
(MAX 2 23/64�) MIN 1 3/160�
(MAX 60 mm) MIN 30 mm
2 7/80�
74 mm
MIN 5 1/80
MIN 130 mm
MIN 180�
MIN 457 mm
MIN 300
MIN 762 mm
21 1/40
540 mm
Technical symbols legend on page 7
39 g r a n d c u i s i n e s u r r o u n d i n d uc t i o n z o n e
S PEC I A L R EQU I R E M E N T S
E L EC T R IC I T Y
Power supply
230V~ 50 Hz
Max power
3.5 kW
Max current
15 A
pl a n ning not es
The Surround Induction Zone is designed to be
connected to the power supply in a permanent way by
means of flexible cable.
It is necessary to install an appropriate switch to
disconnect the appliance. This switch must be
installed in the building’s permanent electrical
system, in the immediate vicinity of the appliance.
”
15 1/2
m
393 m
19 11/16”
500 mm
CUT-OUT
MENU
40 S E A R HOB
On the Sear Hob you can cook without a pan –
the energy-efficient chrome-plated surface heats directly and
swiftly with an even temperature right across the surface.
A E S T H ET IC OV E RV I E W
K E Y F E AT U R E S
» » 12 mm thick chrome-plated surface
» » 4 mm chamfered, patterned glass
» » Handcrafted stainless steel frame
» » Hand built
» » Interactive touchscreen user interface
» » Hidden collection tray
» » Energy efficient and won’t stain or dent
thanks to its chrome plating
The appliance is designed for household use and is in compliance with the requirements of the following
European Community Directives (1) and their subsequent amendements and supplements, and with the following
Standards (2):
(1) 2004/108/EC (EMC); 2006/95/EC (LVD)
(2) EN 60335-1; EN 60335-2-6; EN 50581;
EN 55014-1:2007; EN 55014-2 :1998 + A1:2002 + IS 1:2007; EN 61000-3-2:2005;
EN 61000-3-3:1997 + A1:2002 + A2/ IS1:2006; EN 61000-3-11:2001;
EN 55011:1999 + A1:2000 + A2 :2003; EN 61000-4-2:1996 + A1:2001 + A2:2003;
EN 61000-4-4:2006; EN 61000-4-6 :1997 + A1:2001 + IS1:2005; EN 61000-4-11:2006
41 gr a n d cu isi n e se a r hob
9/16
15 mm
19 11/16
500 mm
9/16
15 mm
10 7/16
265 mm
0 3/8
10 mm
6 7/16
164 mm
5 11/16
144.5 mm
3 15/16
100 mm
EI
7 11/16
194.5 mm
1/4
6 mm
3/4
18.5 mm
3 13/16
97 mm
3/4
18.5 mm
19 13/16
503 mm
si d e v i e w
5/16
9 mm
f ron t v iew
Grease Tray
EI
10 7/16
265 mm
20 7/8
530 mm
21 1/4
540 mm
MENU
Technical symbols legend on page 7
t op v i e w
ME A SUR EMEN TS
Size (W  D)
540  530 mm
Net weight
30 kg
Full-load weight (to be considered for cabinet construction)
35 kg
4 2 gr a n d cu isi n e se a r hob
S TA N DA R D
I N S TA L L AT ION
Electrolux Grand Cuisine recommends using the
dimensions specified in the above sketches.
p l a n n i ng no t e s
For safety reasons respect the minimum distances
between the wall cupboards and the countertop.
Provide an opening (like a drawer or flip door) to pull
out the grease tray and provide access for service.
3 1/16
78.5 mm
2 1/8
59 mm
MAX 13
MAX 330 mm
2 1/8
59 mm
2 1/8
59 mm
20 1/16
510 mm
(MAX 2 23/64) MIN 1 3/16
(MAX 60 mm) MIN 30 mm
3 1/16
78.5 mm
5 1/8
145 mm
MIN 18
MIN 457 mm
MIN 30
MIN 762 mm
26 3/8
670 mm
CUT-OUT
7 1/2
190 mm
MIN 8/9
MIN 23 mm
4 5/8
118 mm
5 3/8
136 mm
MIN 8/9
MIN 23 mm
CUT-OUT
20 1/16
510 mm
MIN 27 1/2
MIN 700 mm
20 3/16
513 mm
Technical symbols legend on page 7
43 gr a n d cu isi n e f ry top cook top
S PEC I A L R EQU I R E M E N T S
E L EC T R IC I T Y
Power supply
400V 3N~ 50 Hz
Max power
3.5 kW
Max current
5A
p l a n n i ng no t e s
The Sear Hob is designed to be connected to the power
supply in a permanent way by means of flexible cable.
It is necessary to install an appropriate switch to
disconnect the appliance. This switch must be
installed in the building’s permanent electrical
system, in the immediate vicinity of the appliance.
6”
20 3/1
m
513 m
20 1/16”
510 mm
CUT-OUT
4 5/8”
118 mm
7 1/2”
m
190 m
MENU
MENU
pl a n ning not es
In the case the appliance is under dynamic stress it is
recommended to fix the Grease tray so it cannot move.
4 4 Grease tray
PR EC I SION VAC U U M S E A L E R
The Precision Vacuum Sealer is the key to sous-vide cookery, sealing food,
nutrients and liquids in an airtight pouch to ensure the highest
levels of taste, quality and texture.
A E S T H ET IC OV E RV I E W
K E Y F E AT U R E S
» » 4 mm chamfered, patterned glass
» » Stainless steel frame
» » Interactive touchscreen user interface
» » Hand-built, minimal gaps between surfaces
» » Variable vacuum level
» » Professional performance
The appliance is designed for household use and is in compliance with the requirements of the following
European Community Directives (1) and their subsequent amendements and supplements, and with the following
Standards (2):
(1) 2004/108/EC (EMC); 2006/95/EC (LVD)
(2) EN 60335-1; EN 60335-2-45; EN 55014-1:2006 + A1:2009; EN 61000-3-2:2006;
EN 61000-3-3:2008; EN 55014-2:1997 + A1:2001 + A2:2008;
EN 62233:2008
45 f ron t v iew
17 23/32”�
450 mm
25/64”�
10 mm
si d e v i e w
15”�
382 mm
g r a n d c u i s i n e p r e c i s i o n vac u u m s e a l e r
EI
EI
13 1/2”�
342 mm
18 21/32”�
474 mm
3 5/32”�
80 mm
22 13/64”�
564 mm
20 7/8”�
530 mm
t op v i e w
MENU
Technical symbols legend on page 7
16 1/9”�
410 mm
ME A SUR EMEN TS
External size (W  D)
410  554 mm
Cavity size (H  W  D)
342  262  118 mm
Usable cavity
10 litres
Net weight
50 kg
Full-load weight (to be considered for cabinet construction)
70 kg
46 MIN 13/160
MIN 20 mm
200
510 mm
MIN 13/160
MIN 20 mm
MIN 2 3/40
MIN 70 mm
20 3/320
510 mm
MIN 27 1/20
MIN 700 mm
15 1/30
389 mm
CUT-OUT
Technical symbols legend on page 7
S TA N DA R D
I N S TA L L AT ION
Part. A
Part. A
2 21/640
58.5 mm
1/40
6,5 mm
R 13/640
R 5 mm
2 11/640
55 mm
R 63/640
R 25 mm
19/640
7,5 mm
t op v i e w
47 1
38 5 1
9 /30
m
m
C
U
TO
U
T
0
20 mm
0
51
3/640
R 1 mm
0
32
9/ m
20 3 m
52
2
15
1
55 1/6 404 7/8
m 40
m 0
m
m
2
25 10 5 11/
5 0 5 64
m 0
m
m
m
1/20
12 mm
1/100
2.5 mm
Electrolux Grand Cuisine recommends using the
dimensions specified in the above sketches.
(MAX 2 23/640) MIN 1 3/160
(MAX 60 mm) MIN 30 mm
MIN 180
MIN 457 mm
g r a n d c u i s i n e p r e c i s i o n vac u u m s e a l e r
g r a n d c u i s i n e p r e c i s i o n vac u u m s e a l e r
S PEC I A L R EQU I R E M E N T S
E L EC T R IC I T Y
Power supply
230V~ 50 Hz
Max power
0.75 kW
Max current
3.2 A
p l a n n i ng no t e s
The Precision Vacuum Sealer is designed to be
connected to the power supply in a permanent way by
means of flexible cable.
It is necessary to install an appropriate switch to
disconnect the appliance. This switch must be
installed in the building’s permanent electrical
system, in the immediate vicinity of the appliance.
pl a n ning not es
Provide an opening (like a flip door or removable panel)
to provide access for service.
48 S TA N D M I X E R
Restaurant quality-performance and durability, accurate speed,
special planetary movement and a whisper-quiet motor.
A E S T H ET IC OV E RV I E W
K E Y F E AT U R E S
» » Full metal body
» » Stainless steel tools, bowl, safety bowl guard
» » Planetary movement
» » Ergonomic patented bowl lift system
and knobs
linked to safety bowl guard opening
» » Removable safety bowl guard in stainless steel
» » Asynchronous motor driven by inverter with
energy saving system
» » Soft speed variation by control knob
The appliance is designed for household use and is in compliance with the requirements of the following
European Community Directives (1) and their subsequent amendements and supplements, and with the following
Standards (2):
(1) 2004/108/EC (EMC); 2006/95/EC (LVD)
(2) EN 60335-1; EN 60335-2-14;
EN 55014-1: 2006 + A1: 2009;EN 55014-2: 1997 + A1: 2007 + A2: 2008
EN 61000-3-2: 2006 + A1 : 2009 + A2: 2009
EN 61000-3-3: 2008; EN 62233:2008; EN 61000-4-2: 2009
EN 61000-4-4: 2004 + A1:2010; EN 61000-4-5: 2006; EN 61000-4-11: 2004
49 g r a n d c u i s i n e s ta n d m i x e r
13 5/64
350 mm
17 1/5
437 mm
22 43/64
576 mm
f ron t view
5 1/14
129 mm
8 3/14
208 mm
9 8/9
252 mm
15 5/8
397 mm
side v iew
ME A SUR EMEN TS
Size (H  W  D)
437  312  397 mm
Net weight
18 kg
12 1/3
312 mm
top view
S PEC I A L R EQU I R E M E N T S
E L EC T R IC I T Y
Power supply
208 – 240V~ 50/60Hz
Max power
0.45 kW
Max current
2.1 A
Noise
64 dB(A)
p l a n n i ng no t e s
The Stand Mixer is designed to be connected to a
socket by means of flexible cable with a plug.
50 BE S P OK E V E N T I L AT ION
The Grand Cuisine ventilation system offers the same degree of
high-powered odour and grease control capabilities found in professional
kitchens, with the added benefits of low noise and attractive design,
so nothing will detract from a pleasurable ambiance in the kitchen.
A E S T H ET IC OV E RV I E W
K E Y F E AT U R E S
» » Stainless steel and glass hood design perfectly
» » Ventilation systems tailored to meet
complements cooking appliances
» » Wall, island and ceiling configurations
» » Hand-built
individual needs
» » Powerful yet quiet running motors
» » Highly efficient filters for grease and
cooking aromas
» » Remote control
The appliance is designed for household use and is in compliance with the requirements of the following
European Community Directives (1) and their subsequent amendements and supplements, and with the following
Standards (2):
(1) 2004/108/EC (EMC); 2006/95/EC (LVD)
(2) EN 60335-1:2002 + A1:2004 + A11:2004 + A2:2006 + A12:2006 + A13:2008 + A14:2010 + A15:2011
EN 60335-2-31:2003 + A1:2006 + A2:2009
EN 55014-1:2006 + A1:2006 + A2:2011
EN 55014-2:1997 + A1:2001 + A2:2008 + IS1:2007
EN 61000-3-2:2006 + A1:2009 + A2:2009
EN 61000-3-3:2008
51 g r a n d c u i s i n e B e s p o k e V e n t i l at i o n
wa l l m o d e l – 1 c h i m n e y
Dg
bot tom view
f ron t view
side v iew
Lc
Dc
MIN 24 5/64�
MIN 630 mm
EI
Lg
Technical symbols legend on page 7
52 g r a n d c u i s i n e B e s p o k e V e n t i l at i o n
wa l l m o d e l – 2 c h i m n e y s
Dg
bot tom view
f ron t view
Lc
side v iew
Lc
EI
Dc
MIN 24 5/64�
MIN 630 mm
Ic
Lg
Technical symbols legend on page 7
53 g r a n d c u i s i n e B e s p o k e V e n t i l at i o n
isl a n d model – 1 chim n ey
Dg
bot tom view
f ron t view
EI
EI
Dc
MIN 24 5/64�
MIN 630 mm
Lc
side v iew
Lg
Technical symbols legend on page 7
5 4 g r a n d c u i s i n e B e s p o k e V e n t i l at i o n
isl a n d model – 2 chim n eys
Dg
bot tom view
f ron t view
EI
side v iew
EI
EI
Lc
Lc
Dc
MIN 24 5/64�
MIN 630 mm
Ic
Lg
Technical symbols legend on page 7
55 g r a n d c u i s i n e B e s p o k e V e n t i l at i o n
WA L L/ I S L A N D HO OD S
ME A SUR EMEN TS
Model
Hood (Glass)
Hood (Chimney)
Lg (mm)  Dg (mm) Lc (mm)  Dc (mm)
Axle base
Ic (mm)
Blower
Blower outlet
n  Q (m³/h) n   (mm)
Filter
n
Weight
(kg)
1 Chimney
1500  700
510  300
–
1  1200
1  200
1
65
2 Chimneys
1900  700
410  300
719
2  1200
2  200
2
110
2 Chimneys
2100  700
410  300
719
2  1200
2  200
2
115
2 Chimneys
2600  700
510  300
1038
2  1200
2  200
2
125
pl a n ning not es
Grand Cuisine Wall/Island hoods are recommended
for use with Grand Cuisine induction and gas cooktops
and integrated modules. These hoods have a customised
flue that allows you to reach a ceiling height of 2.4 m
to 3.0 m with a finished look.
The hoods are available with an internal or external
blower. The internal blower version is also available with
recirculated configuration.
The necessary hood size depends on the cooking unit,
the volume of air that needs to be moved and the
length of the duct run.
Consult pre-sales for specific installation and ducting
applications.
56 g r a n d c u i s i n e B e s p o k e V e n t i l at i o n
c e i l i n g m o d e l 70 0
19 19/64�
490 mm
3/14�
5 mm
27 1/2�
700 mm
20 55/64�
530 mm
R
EI
R
5/
4 32�
m
m
bot tom view
64 61/64�
1650 mm
f ron t view
side v iew
24 5/64�
630 mm
Dc
62 13/64�
1580 mm
Lc
1 3/8�
35 mm
1 3/8�
35 mm
57 1/15�
1 mm
EI
Hc
EI
g r a n d c u i s i n e B e s p o k e V e n t i l at i o n
c e i l i n g m o d e l 950
19 19/64�
490 mm
37 2/5�
950 mm
30 5/7�
780 mm
R
3/14�
5 mm
64 61/64�
1650 mm
f ron t view
side v iew
EI
34 9/14�
880 mm
EI
Dc
62 13/64�
1580 mm
Hc
1 3/8�
35 mm
58 Lc
1 3/8�
35 mm
14 9/16�
370 mm
1/15�
1 mm
EI
R
5/
4 32�
m
m
bot tom view
g r a n d c u i s i n e B e s p o k e V e n t i l at i o n
C E I L I NG HO OD S
ME A SUR EMEN TS
Model
External Dimension
L (mm)  D (mm)
Cut Out Dimension
L (mm)  D (mm)
Blower
(m³/h)
Filter
n
Weight
(kg)
700
1650  700
1590  640
2  850
3
65
950
1650  950
1590  890
2  850
3
90
Motor Type
Frame Height
Hc (mm)
Channel’s Dimension
Lc (mm)  Dc (mm)
External
200
300  110
Internal
200
220  90
Recirculation
250
220  90
pl a n ning not es
Grand Cuisine cooktop ceiling hoods are recommended
for use with Grand Cuisine induction and gas cooktops
and integrated modules.
The hoods are available with an internal or external
blower. The internal blower version is available also with
recirculated configuration.
The necessary hood size depends on the cooking unit,
the volume of air that needs to be moved and the
length of the duct run.
The exhaust connection can be placed on all four side
faces.
Consult pre-sales for specific installation and ducting
applications.
59 g r a n d c u i s i n e B e s p o k e V e n t i l at i o n
S PEC I A L R EQU I R E M E N T S
E L EC T R IC I T Y
Model
Power supply
Nominal power
(kW)
Max current
(A)
Blower
n  Q (m³/h)
Island/Wall
1 Chimney
230V~ 50 Hz
0.250
1.1
1  1200
Island/Wall
2 Chimneys
230V~ 50 Hz
0.500
2.2
2  1200
Ceiling
Internal blower
230V~ 50 Hz
0.850
4
2  850
Ceiling
External blower
230V~ 50 Hz
–
–
–
E L E C T R IC A L R E QU I R E M E N T S
Electrical connections must correspond with local
requirements for indoor installations. National or local
regulations set by competent supervisory authorities
must be observed.
The connection must be made in accordance with the
electrical diagram.
The hoods are designed to be connected to a fixed
socket by means of a flexible cable.
In the case of custom installations the values of power
and current may vary.
6 0 gr a n d cuisin e hoods
HO OD S T Y PE S
E x t r ac t io n h o od s
Extraction hoods are the ideal solution for removing
cooking fumes from the kitchen area. They can be
installed with either internal motors or external
motors. Internal motors cannot be used for an exhaust
air path longer than 5 m. Since the hoods can remove
an air volume of up to 3000 m3/h, the exhaust air
path must be designed and constructed accordingly.
This means a cross-section of at least 180 mm and a
minimum number of bends, angles and reductions.
Please note that when operating with air extraction
the discharged air must be replaced. Additional air
inlet vents may be needed and it may be necessary to
heat/cool the incoming air. Particular attention must
be paid in the case of open fires or gas heating in the
same area, and if the local regulations demand it, local
authorities must be consulted.
A i r c i r c u l at io n h o od s
Air circulation hoods differ from extraction hoods in
that the fume-laden air is not expelled but is returned
to the living area after being cleaned by the grease
and carbon filters. Fat and grease are absorbed by
multi-layer metal grease filters (this is also the case in
extraction hoods) and the cooking fumes are bonded
by active carbon filters.
Neither filter absorbs the moisture resulting from
cooking so it is important to air the room briefly after
cooking in order to remove the damp air and avoid the
possibility of mildew.
Air circulation hoods can be used in enclosed
kitchens, low-energy and passive houses and also if
an insufficient supply of air is available when an airoperated heating system is in operation at the same
time.
An air circulation hood should be avoided if a grill,
deep-fat fryer and a wok are in operation at the same
time.
When designing a system with a recirculation hood it
is necessary to allow approx. 2 m of free space for the
blow-out of the exhaust air.
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HO OD S I Z I NG E VA LUAT ION WA L L/ I S L A N D HO OD
pl a n ning not es
Island hoods and wall hoods are available in different
sizes to match the different cooktop configurations and
control the flow of air under the hood accordingly.
For maximum effectiveness, the distance between the
top of the cooking surface and the hood should be 750
mm (H). It is recommended to mount the hood more
than 750mm (H) above the cooktop depending on the
body height improving the visibility of the worktop and
avoiding small risk of head injury.
The distance must not be less than 750mm in case of
gas hobs. If the hood is mounted at a different height it
may be necessary to recalculate the width of the hood.
The necessary width (L) can be calculated using an
overlap angle of 7° for wall-mounted hoods and 10° for
island hoods.
The layout designs provided below apply to hoods for
induction and gas cooktops.
E X A M P L E O F H O OD C H OIC E C O N SI D E R I NG
H = 750 M M
Cooktop
C (mm)
Distance
H (mm)
Hood (Glass)
L (mm)
Model
1050
750
1500
Island/Wall – 1 Chimney
1610
750
1900
Island/Wall – 2 Chimney
1740
750
2100
Island/Wall – 2 Chimneys
2300
750
2600
Island/Wall – 2 Chimneys
75 cm
Minimum distance
166 cm
176 cm
186 cm
196 cm
di s ta n c e a b ov e t h e wo r k t o p (H) B ODY H E IG H T
62 gr a n d cuisin e hoods
HO OD S I Z I NG E VA LUAT ION C E I L I NG HO OD
pl a n ning not es
For ceiling ventilation the volume of the room is taken
as reference for the air flow calculation.
The volume of the room (m3) should be multiplied by
a factor of 10 to calculate the necessary air flow (m3/h).
In presence of Sear Hob or Surround Induction Zone
or in case of recirculation, the volume of the room
should be multiplied by 12.
Example of air flow calculation
- kitchen floor space = 25 m2
- ceiling height = 3 m
Volume of the room = 25 x 3 = 75 m3
Calculated air flow = 75 x 10 = 750 m3/h*
*In presence of Sear Hob or Surround Induction Zone
or in case of recirculation ceiling hood, Calculated air
flow = 75 X 12 = 900 m3/h.
WA L L H O OD
I S L A N D H O OD
MIN 7°
MIN 10°
L
L
H
H
C
C
6 3 gr a n d cuisin e hoods
A I R C U R R E N T S I N T H E RO OM
P l a n n i ng no t e s
w r o ng
The cooking area is subject to different air currents
caused by the movement of people or open doors and
windows. These factors must be considered for an
optimum hood function.
The function of the hood is to draw air from the room,
so it is necessary to ensure there is a good supply of
fresh air from the outside. In order not to interfere
with the correct operation of the hood, the current of
fresh air should not move sideways towards the hood
because it would have the effect of driving away the
fumes before they can be absorbed by the metal grease
filters.
Cooking fumes rise naturally towards the hood but are
only accelerated towards the area’s suction at a distance
of about 100–150 mm from the hood. Up to that point,
the heat of the fumes plays an important role. The
higher the temperature, the faster they rise.
If during this phase the flow of the fumes is disturbed
by lateral air currents, it will be pushed away from the
hood and spread into the room. In this case steam is
not the problem because it will be absorbed by the
replacement air, but the particles of fat could be
deposited on surrounding furniture and the cooking
aromas will not be properly captured.
To get the best possible effectiveness, the airflow must
always be directed towards the hood and be generated
by the suction fan itself. Windows and doors in the
immediate vicinity of the hood should remain closed.
c or r e c t
w r o ng
c or r e c t
64 gr a n d cuisin e hoods
E X H AUS T A I R M A N AG E M E N T
The management of exhaust air and the choice of
components used for this are important factors in
order to achieve a fully functioning system.
Fa br ic
t ube
Alu miniu m
pipe
P l a s t ic
pipe
The most commonly used air ducting materials are:
Folded spiral - seam pipe DIN 24145 – to be used if
intense fire protection is required.
Flexible ducting DIN 24146 - non-flammable according
to DIN 4102 Class A1 heat – resistant up to 200 °C.
PVC coated fabric tube – temperature resistant from
-10 °C to +75 °C.
PPS pipe according to DIN 4102, low flammability.
When planning the exhaust air path the frictional
resistance must be kept as low as possible. The
smoother the path, the lower the frictional resistance
towards the steaming air.
c or r e c t
Round channels are preferable to rectangular
channels. If for reasons of space flat exhaust ducts must
be used, a minimum height of 90 mm is recommended.
w r o ng

Noise can be caused by the flow of the air in the ducts.
Solid and flexible metal tubes and pipes and solid
plastic pipes can have disadvantages because their solid
bodies and hard surfaces carry noises more intensely
than fabric tubes.
The exhaust air path should not include any
unnecessary angles and bends. When using flexible
tubes it must be ensured that the tubes are installed
fully extended in order to keep the frictional resistance
as low as possible.
c or r e c t
Avoid reductions in the cross-section of the exhaust
path because this causes a performance reduction of
up to 30% and an increase in the airflow speed which
will result in an increase in noise. If reductions in
the cross-section cannot be avoided they should be as
smooth as possible in order to avoid air turbulence and
increased counter pressure.

Tube clamps and pipe connection parts must be linked
in such a way that no leakage can occur from the air
stream.
65 w r o ng
gr a n d cuisin e hoods
Duct connections leading through the roof and
telescopic in-wall connection boxes must have the same
diameter as the air tube.
Exhaust air pipes made of brick (ventilator bricks) are
not ideal as they cause a build-up of very high counter
pressure and are usually only produced with crosssections of 100 mm and 125 mm.
If exhaust air pipes need to be connected together,
a Y-piece should be used whose angle from the two
secondary pipes to the main pipe is as small as possible.
The cross-sections must be specified so that the
airflows in the secondary lines can be fully absorbed by
the main line without causing problems with counter
pressure.
In order to avoid or minimise the formation of
condensation, a back water lid should be built in at
the end of the exhaust air path. If the exhaust path
is installed horizontally it must be installed with
an incline approximately 1° in the direction of the
exterior wall. In the case of vertical air paths it can be
useful to install a condensation trap.
Joining
Upside down Y-branch
2 X  150 mm
 200 mm
2 X  180 mm
 250 mm
2 X  200 mm (*)
 315 mm
(*) normal installation
In the case of exhaust ducts leading through the roof
and installations with external motors, the exhaust
vent should be fixed on the side situated away from the
prevailing wind in order to prevent the back water lid
from flapping and allowing rain to enter.
For the optimal performance of an exhaust air system
the frictional resistance within the whole system must
be kept as low as possible.
Min. 15° inclination
Cold environment
Back water lid
Extracted air
Min. 1° inclination
Condensation
accumulator
Back water lid
Extracted air
Warm environment
6 6 S A F ET Y
Safety considerations must be observed when planning
an air extraction system in a situation with an air-based
heating system.
Modern homes and apartments, especially low-energy
and passive houses, are built to save energy and
consequently they are almost hermetically sealed.
Hood systems designed for air extraction will create
low pressure in the living area and/or house, unless
sufficient ventilation is ensured. This low pressure will
occur very quickly if there is no additional air supply to
compensate for the extracted air.
Heating systems based on room air, an open fire
for example, are significantly influenced in their
function by the operation of an air extraction system
and can cause problems with fume removal and an
accumulation carbon monoxide in the atmosphere of
the room.
If an air extraction system and an air-based heating
system are to be used simultaneously, the low pressure
in the room must not exceed 4 Pa.
In order to get an idea of what this means, here is a
small comparison:
1 bar = 1000 mbar = 100000 Pa
A digital meteorological station purchased in a normal
store measures air pressure with an accuracy of 1 mbar
or 100 Pa. 4 Pa are equivalent to 0.04 mbar.
Air extraction systems operate normally with
superchargers which stabilise at pressures of 400 Pa 1000 Pa, so low pressure of 4 Pa is reached extremely
quickly in a sealed room. The volume of the room plays
a small part here.
In order to ensure a safe installation it is recommended
to contact the relevant local authority, chimney sweep
or certified heating engineer before installing an air
extraction system in connection with an air-based
heating system. In some countries this is a legal
requirement.
There are various measures which can guarantee a
safe and efficient operation of both systems (forced
ventilation):
- Electrolux Grand Cuisine air supply systems
(which are activated by the hood)
- Window contact switches
- Installation of an air circulation hood
All forced ventilation measures must be calculated. It
cannot be assumed that in the case of an air extraction
path with a diameter of 180 mm an air supply with a
cross-section of 180 mm is sufficient.
Supply and extraction air-wall boxes should be avoided
since they have a volume flow of about 120 m3/h
and Electrolux Grand Cuisine extractor hoods have
significantly higher volume flows.
The required air supply can be calculated quite
easily from basic principles. If a local specialist (local
authority, chimney sweep or certified heating engineer)
is consulted at an early stage, problems later on can be
avoided.
Please note that in some countries if a chimney sweep
or other authority determines that an extraction unit
has not been correctly installed and is interfering
with the operation of the heating system and is thus
potentially dangerous, they are bound by law to stop
the system from being used.
6 7 6 8 S TAC K E D I N S TA L L AT ION
See the sketch below for the recommended layouts
for the installation of both the Combination Oven
and the Blast Chiller in kitchen cabinets; for different
layouts please consult the technical service.
The Combination Oven is not designed for stacking
or built-under installation.
6 9 p l a n n i ng no t e s
Cab. niches (H  W  D)
590  860  700 mm
Thickness of the shelves
40 mm
Depth of the shelves
550 mm
It is recommended to fix the cabinet to the wall.
The cabinet panels and shelves have to be waterproof.
The rear cabinet panels above and below the
Combination Oven and the Blast Chiller must be
removable for installation and service.
It is suggested to predispose a removable cabinet panel
on the left hand side of the Combination Oven for easy
service.
LEFT VIEW
F RON T VIEW
MIN 680 cm2
V
1 37/640
40 mm
AO
1/80
3 mm
MIN 3/160
MIN 5 mm
REMOVABLE
MIN 5 29/32”
MIN 150 mm
85 mm
23 1/40
590 mm
C O M B I N AT I O N O V E N
NICHE
3 11/320
33 7/80
860 mm
21 5/80
550 mm
Chek USB key access at page 13
21 5/80
550 mm
MIN 5 29/32”
MIN 150 mm
23 1/40
590 mm
MIN 360
MIN 850 mm
33 7/80
860 mm
BL AST CHILLER
NICHE
33/640
13 mm
1 37/640
40 mm
D
1/80
3 mm
21 5/80
550 mm
MIN 5 29/32”
MIN 150 mm
TCA
EI CWI
V
MIN 560 cm2
MIN 27 1/20
MIN 700 mm
MIN 5/80
MIN 16 mm
33/640
1 37/640 13 mm
40 mm
Technical symbols legend at page 7
70 p l a n n i ng no t e s
Provide an external outlet or hood outlet to collect
the oven exhaust air. It is recommended also to avoid
humid air and cooking smells inside the kitchen.
The pipe of evacuation of the air must be dimensioned
in order to guarantee 150 m3/h airflow and an outlet
area of at least 70 cm2.
Install an external extractor fan when:
» » The pipe ( 100) is more than 1.5 m in length
» » There is more than one 90° bend on the pipe
It is recommended to avoid traps in the air outlet pipe
in order to prevent deposits of condensation.
AO
V
"
8
7/ m
9 0m
25
Provide the air outlet pipe with a device in order to
prevent any cold air back flow and prevent the entrance
of any obstruction as leaves or insects.
It is recommended to avoid traps in the air outlet pipe
in order to prevent deposits of condensation.
It is necessary that the drain connection point is
equipped with a siphon device.
Leave a minimum of 300 mm height between the oven
drain outlet and the drain connection point.
The drain pipe is not supplied with the Combination
Oven.
CWI
D
EI
Technical symbols legend at page 7
Install the air conveyor (available as accessory).
71 When the depth of the cabinet is shorter than 750 mm,
it is recommended to respect the disposition of pipes
and cables shown in the sketches below.
R IGH T V IEW
F RON T VIEW
MIN 680 cm2
V
MIN 5 29/32”
MIN 150 mm
AO
REMOVABLE
MENU
150°
%
50
68%
120°
120°
°
16°
105
125°
31°
46°
75°
90°
MAX 350 mm
MAX 13 3/4”
60°
V
MIN 560 cm2
00°
00:30
MORE
00°
START
7 7/8”
200 mm
9 7/8”
250 mm
23 5/8”
600 mm
SERVICE
AREA
00:25
SERVICE
AREA
11 7/8”
300 mm
EI
It is important to close the Service Area with a
removable panel in order to guarantee correct
ventilation.
72 D
CWI
G E N E R A L PL A N N I NG NO T E S F OR C OU N T E RT OP I N S TA L L AT ION
In order to align the front edge of the appliances it is
necessary to position the cut-out at a certain distance
from the countertop front edge.
Look at the sketch below.
SE AR HOB,
INDUCTION ZONE
GAS HOB,
CUT-OUT
SURROUND INDUCTION
ZONE
CUT-OUT
SE AR HOB,
GAS HOB,
SURROUND INDUCTION ZONE
CUT-OUT
1/80
INDUCTION ZONE
CUT-OUT
SE AR HOB,
GAS
HOB,
PRECISION VACUUM
SEALER
SURROUND INDUCTION ZONE
CUT-OUT
CUT-OUT
PRECISION VACUUM SEALER
FRONT
CUT-OUT
1/80
3 mm
5/640 3 mm
2 mm
1/80
3 mm
5/640
2 mm
FRONT
A minimum distance between two cut-outs is
recommended.
IMPORTANT: The overlapping trim is different from
appliance to appliance: in order to keep the side edges
at the same distance refer to the technical drawings
contained in the previous sections. CUT-OUT
CUT-OUT
CUT-OUT
CUT-OUT
CUT-OUT
MIN 3 15/160�
MIN 100 mm
CUT-OUT
IMPORTANT: To ensure correct ventilation all appliances
inserted in the countertop need to be separated by
internal panels below the worktop. To calculate the
minimum distance between the appliance and the
internal panels refer to technical drawings.
If the Gas Hob is present the countertop thickness
has to be between 30 and 40 mm.
73 (MAX 1 9/160) MIN
(MAX
1 3/160
1 9/160) MIN 1 3/160
30 mm
40 mm) MIN 30 mm
(MAX 40 mm) MIN(MAX
MIN 3 15/160�
MIN 100 mm
MIN 3 15/160�
FRONT
MIN 100
mm
FRONT
(MAX 1 9/160) MIN 1 3/160
(MAX 40 mm) MIN 30 mm
INDUCTION ZONE
CUT-OUT
PRECISION VACUUM SEA
CUT-OUT
5/640
2 mm
S U M M A R Y OF T EC H N IC A L
R EQU I R E M E N T S
74 75 0.87 kW
12 kW
230V~ 50 Hz
(single-phase)
400V 3N~ 50 Hz
(three-phase +
neutral)
Blast Chiller
0.45 kW
208V–240V~
50/60 Hz
230V~ 50 Hz
(single-phase)
230V~ 50 Hz
(single-phase)
230V~ 50 Hz
(single-phase)
Stand Mixer
Island/Wall
1 Chimney
Island/Wall
2 Chimneys
Ceiling
Internal blower
4A
2.2 A
1.1 A
2.1 A
3.2 A
5A
15 A
<1 A
18 A
4.5 A
13.2 A
Max
Current
Water Drain
3/4 Cold water supply
Oven drain
(drinking water)
outlet diameter
Max temperature 20 °C,
25 mm
Pressure between
150 and 600 kPa
Max
(1.5–6.0 bar / 22–87 psi)
temperature
– Please see note on
100 °C
water quality below.
Inlet Water
Outlet at the front at
floor level through
the kickplate – see
diagram
Outlet at the front at
floor level through
the kickplate – see
diagram
Air inlets at the front
at floor level
through the kickplate
– see diagram
Natural Gas G20
Air inlets at the front
(20mbar), 1/2
at floor level
bottom side. For
through the kickplate
other gas families see
– see diagram
installation manual.
Air inlets at the front
at floor level
throgh the kickplate
– see diagram
Provide air vent exit on
upper side of cabinet
 100 mm (3 15/16)
Moist air/cooking smell
discharge at rear to be
conveyed externally.
Hot Air Exhaust
Outlet at the
backside of cabinet
– see diagram
Around door - no
connection required
Cold Air Intake
Air intake from the
front side - provide
the air vent inlet in
the area below the
appliance
Gas
In some areas a water treatment system may be needed to prevent damage to the system.
Data on total hardness, conductivity, Chloride Cl – and pH, which are readily available from the water supply company, are needed for the evaluation.
0.85 kW
0.50 kW
0.25 kW
0.75 kW
230V~ 50 Hz
(single-phase)
3.5 kW
Precision
Vacuum Sealer
400V 3N~ 50 Hz
230V~ 50Hz
(single-phase)
Surround
Induction Zone
Sear Hob
230V~ 50 Hz
(single-phase)
Gas Hob
3.5 kW
6.0 kW
400V 3N~ 50 Hz
(three-phase +
neutral)
Combination
Oven
Induction Zone
Nominal
Power
Electrical
Power Supply
PS
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