HOUSEHOLD- ELECTRIC OVEN
EH 3555 G
Instruction Manual
Contents
Introduction ……………………..………………….………………………………………………….…....
Page 3
General Notes …...……………………………………….……………………………………………..….
Page 3
Special safety Information for this Unit ……………………………...……………………………..........
Page 3
Unpacking the Appliance …...………………………………..……………………………………………
Page 5
Appliance Equipment ……………………..….…………………………………………………………....
Page 5
Installation …...…………………………………………………………………………………………..….
Page 6
Startup / Operation ……………………..………………………………………..…………………..........
Page 7
Cleaning and Maintenance …...……………………….…..………………………………………………
Page 10
Troubleshooting ……………………..………………......………………………………………………....
Page 11
Technical Data …...………………………………………...………..…………………...……………..….
Page 12
Disposal …...………………………………..………………..……………………………..………………
Page 12
EU Product data sheet …...………………………………..…………..…………………..………………
Page 14
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• The appliance is only to be used as described in
Introduction
the user manual. Do not use the appliance for any
Thank you for choosing our product. We hope you
other purpose. Any other use is not intended and
will enjoy using the appliance.
can result in damages or personal injuries.
• Do not use it outdoors. Keep it away from sources
Symbols in these Instructions for Use
of heat, direct sunlight
light and humidity.
Important information for your safety is specially
• Do not operate the appliance without supervision.
marked. It is essential to comply with these instrucinstru
• When not in use, for cleaning,
cleaning user maintenance
tions to avoid accidents and prevent damage:
damage
works or with disruption,, switch off the appliance
WARNING:
and disconnect the plug (pull the plug itself, not
This warns you off dangers to your health and indiind
the lead) or turn off the fuse.
cates possible injury risks.
• The appliance and if possible the mains lead have
to be checked regularly
larly for signs of damage. If
CAUTION:
damage is found
nd the appliance must not be used.
This refers to possible hazards to the machine or
• For safety reasons, alterations or modifications of
other objects.
the appliance are prohibited.
NOTE:
NOTE: This highlights tips and information.
• In order to ensure your children’s safety, please
keep all packaging (plastic bags, boxes, polystypolyst
General Notes
rene etc.) out of their reach.
Read the operating instructions carefully before putpu
WARNING
WARNING:
NING:
ting the appliance into operation and keep the ini
Do not allow small children to play with the foil.
structions including the warranty and the receipt. If
There is a danger of suffocation!
you give this device to other people, also pass on the
operating instructions.
NOTE:
NOTE:
The illustrations can deviate from the original appliappl
ance.
• The appliance is designed exclusively for private
use and for the envisaged purpose. This appliappl
ance is not fit for commercial use.
Special safety information for this
this Unit
WARNING
WARNING:
NING: Danger from electrical current! Contact with live leads or compocomponents can be fatal!
• The connection of the appliance must satisfy the relevant standards and regulations
and may only be performed by an authorized specialist.
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WARNING:
• Make sure that the appliance
ppliance is turned off from the power supply (fuse) before
changing the bulb in the oven.
• The use of high-pressure
pressure cleaners or steam cleaners is prohibited. Ingress of liqli
uids can lead to electric shock. Put the appliance never under water.
WARNING
WARNING:
NING: Hot surface!
surface! Risk of
of Burning!
• During operation the appliance will
will be hot. Special caution is required to avoid
touching heating elements inside the oven and the cooking zones.
• Accessible parts may be very high during operation of the appliance. Keep small
children away.
• Grasp the oven only on the door handle and switches.
swit
Use potholders if you want
to remove or insert the accessories.
• Let the appliance
ance cool down before cleaning or maintenance.
WARNING:
ARNING: Risk of Fire!
Fire!
• Unattended cooking on cooking hobs with fats or oil can be dangerous and can be
cause fires. NEVER attempt to extinguish a fire with water, but turn the unit off and
then cover the flames e.g. with a lid or a plate.
• CAUTION: The cooking process must be observed.
observed. A short cooking operation is to
be observed continuously.
• Never store objects on the cooking surface.
• It is only allowed using the factory fitted appliance (hob) cover. The use of unsuitaunsuit
ble covers can lead to accidents.
• Make sure that with installing adequate air circulations ensured and the ventilation
slots are not blocked.
• It is not allowed to place the appliance on a socket.
• Never pour liquids into a hot oven! Scalding by rising water vapor as well as pospo
sible damage to enamel.
• Do not place
ace any objects on the open appliance door.
• Do not store any cleaning agents or flammable materials in the appliance or in the
immediate vicinity.
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• This appliance can be used by children aged from 8 years and above and persons
with reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities or lack of experience and
knowledge if they have been given supervision or instruction concerning use of
the appliance in a safe way and understand the hazards involved.
involved.
• Children who are younger than 8 years must be kept away from the appliance.
• Children shall not play with the appliance.
• Cleaning and user maintenance shall not be made by children, unless they are
older than 8 years and are supervised.
supervised
• Do not use harsh abrasive cleaners or sharp metal objects for cleaning the glass
surface. The glass can be scratched or destroved.
• Do not try to repair the appliance on your own. Always contact an authorized
technician. If the supply cord is damaged, it must
must be replaced by the manufacturmanufactu
er, its service agent or similarly qualified persons in order to avoid a hazard.
Unpacking the Appliance
Appliance Equipment
• Remove the appliance from its packaging.
Appliance Overview
• Remove all packaging material, such as foils, filler
Oven
and cardboard packaging.
Backofen
• To prevent hazards, check the appliance for any
1 Appliance cover
transport damage.
2 Hob
• In case of damage, do not put the appliance into
3 Control panel
operation. Contact your distributor.
4 Oven chamber
NOTE:
NOTE:
5 Oven door
Production residue or dust may have collected on the
6 Dish compartment
appliance.. We recommend cleaning the appliance
7 Screw feet
according to chapter “Cleaning and Maintenance”.
Hob
NOTE:
NOTE:
• The listed power settings can vary depending on
the material and/or size of the cookware.
• The rapid plate is marked with a red dot in its
center. It heats faster than conventional plates.
5
Fasten the appliance
1 Ø 18.0 cm / 1500 W
WARNING:
2 Ø 14.5 cm / 1000 W
3 Ø 18.0 cm / 2000 W (rapid)
Fasten the appliance securely to the wall; otherwise
4 Ø 14.5 cm
m / 1000
10 W
the appliance may tip forward.
•
Determine the
he position of the appliance in accordance with the specified minimum distances.
Delivery
Delivery scope
•
1 x oven tray, 1 x grill grid, mounting material
Secure the appliance to the wall with the preasprea
sembled safety chain at the appliance rear.
Drill a mounting hole Ø 7 mm
Installation
at the respective positions in
the wall, measured in a height
WARNING:
from the ground of about 750
The installation and the connection to the main power
mm. Insert the dowel and
may only be performed by an authorized specialist.
screw in the hook (included in
CAUTION:
CAUTION:
delivery).
• The appliance must be installed so that heat can
• Connect the chain with the hook.
hook
be dissipated. The ventilation openings must not
be blocked.
Electrical connection
• Keep a distance to the appliances back in order to
Information for the authorized expert
guarantee a sufficient air circulation.
WARNING:
• Place the appliance only on a flat, stable, safe
• The installation to the mains supply must conform
and heat resistant floor.
to the local standards and regulations.
• The appliance must not be placed on a socket.
socket
• Connecting the appliance to a domestic power
• Place the appliance so that all controls are easily
socket or using multiple sockets or extension cac
to reach and the appliance door can open without
bles is not permitted.
being impeded.
• Improper connection may cause to
t an electric
• The appliance can be installed between two piecpie
shock!
shock
es of furniture with the same level. The lateral disdi
• Before connecting, ensure that the power supply
tance between a piece of furniture and the appli-
corresponds with the information on the rating lal
ance must be at least 30 mm.
bel (appliance back) and the wiring diagram.
• The distance between the hob and an extractor
• The appliance is suitable for three-phase
three
and AC
hood must be at least as large as specified in the
current (220-240/380-415V
415V 3N~
3N 50Hz).
instructions of the extractor hood.
• The appliance can be adjusted for single-phase
single
• If the appliance is not horizontally leveled, adjust
current by a respective bypass on the terminal
the screw feet accordingly. Turn clockwise shortshor
block, based on the circuit diagram below. Select
ens the unit base, turning it counterclockwise exe
a suitable cord as mains cable, considering the
tended it.
connection type and nominal power of the oven.
• Fix the mains cable in the tension relief.
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• Make sure to connect the protective ground to the
NOTE:
NOTE:
terminal of the marked terminal block.
The occurring odor and possibly a slight smoke
• The electrical installation of the oven should be
development cannot be avoided. Therefore ene
equipped with an emergency switch, which
sure for a good ventilation of the room during
switches off the whole appliance from the mains
heating.
supply
ly in an emergency. The distance between
Operation
the contacts of the emergency switch must be at
least 3 mm.
• Arrange the mains cable in such a way that it
does not get in contact with any hot components
of the appliance. Do not lead it over sharp edges
1 Level regulator of cooking zones
or corners.
The temperature setting is set for each cooking zone
separately by using the respective level regulator.
Connection wiring diagram
= Position of cooking zone
Permissible connection methods
0
= Off-position
Each connection requires the protective ground of the
1
= Lowest setting (keep food warm)
mains to be connected to the E
6
= Highest setting (quick heating and
a cooking,
CAUTION:
terminal.
roasting)
NOTE:
NOTE:
L1, L2, L3 = Phase
2 Cooking zone power control lamp
N = Neutral
E
The power control lamp indicates the operation of the
= Protective ground
380-415V 3N~ 50Hz
cooking zones. It lights up as soon as a cooking zone
is put into operation and goes off if all level regulators
380-415V
415V 2N~ 50Hz
points to the off-position.
3 Oven function selector switch
The function selector switch is used to set the type of
H05 VV-F 5G 1.5mm²
heating. Rotate the function selector switch until the
H05 VV-F
F 4G 1.5mm²
icon for the desired type of heating points upwards.
4 Oven temperature selector switch
Startup / Operation
The temperature selector switch is used to adjust the
Before initial use
oven temperature. The thermostat allows the temte
• Clean the oven interior with all therein located
perature setting from 40°C
0°C to 240°C.
2
accessories. Follow the instructions that we give
CAUTION:
you in the chapter "Cleaning and Maintenance".
Turn the temperature selector switch only clockwise
• In order to burn any manufacturing residue, heat
h
and back again. Otherwise the switch will be damda
the closed oven for approx. 40
0 minutes at 200°C.
aged.
Use the heating function [Upper/lower heating].
heat
Then switch to the heating function [Grill] for ana
other 20 minutes.
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5 Oven temperature control lamp
The cookware base is fully resting and the lid closes
The temperature control lamp indicates the heating
properly.
operation. If the lamp goes off, the set oven temperatemper
CAUTION:
ture is reached.
The cooking surface and the base of the cookware
During operation, the oven must continuously reheat
rehea
must always be clean
an and dry.
to keep the temperature stable. When reheating the
Switching on and off
control lamp is lighting (thermostat function).
...the oven
NOTE:
NOTE:
The oven is equipped with various functions. Baking
If the recipe recommends putting the food in the pre-
can be done with upper-,, lowerlower and grill- heat. Set
heated oven only,, this should not be done before the
the required operating
perating conditions.
control lamp turns off for the first time.
• Set the oven function selector switch to the ap-
Oven lighting
propriate position.
• Turn the oven temperature selector switch in
The oven lighting automatically turns on as soon as
clockwise direction to the desired temperature.
the oven is in operation.
• To switch the oven off, both switches must be
Using the accessory
turned to the off-position
position again.
Inside the oven are levels for inserting the accessoac
…the hob
ries. The accessories are safely used between the
• Place suitable cookware on the respectively cook-
side levels.
ing zone.
CAUTION:
• Turn the corresponding level regulator to the de-
Always insert the accessory completely into the ovo
sired temperature level.
en; otherwise the glass door can be scratched.
• After the end of the cooking process turn
t
the level
regulator back to the off-state.
state.
Dish
Dish compartment
Oven functions
The compartment beneath the oven chamber is used
to store the accessories.
Symbol
0
Selecting appropriate cookware
Description
OffOff-Position: Switching the oven off.
Upper/lower heating
heating:
ing: The heating is done in a
Wrong!
Wrong!
conventional manner. The dish gets evenly
Cookware is too small.
heated from the top and bottom.
Heat loss!
Upper heating
heating:
ing: The heating is done with active
Cookware ground uneven.
top heat. The dish gets heated from the top.
Use when re-baking
baking from above or for keeping
Poor heat transfer!
warm
Lid does not close properly.
Lower heating
heating:
ing: The heating is done with active
Heat loss!
bottom heat. The dish gets heated from the
Correct! To save time and
and energy!
bottom. Use when re-baking
re
from below.
Diameter of the cookware corresponds
with the diameter of the hob.
hob
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Symbol
Grilling
Description
Grill: Only the grill heating element is in
CAUTION:
operation. Ideal for scalloping or grilling
• Grill exclusively with the oven door closed!
meat, casseroles, toast etc.
• Supervise the grilling process, the grilling food
can burn rapidly due to the intense heat!
Notes for baking, cooking and grilling in the oven
• Turn the function
ction selector switch in the corre-
NOTE:
NOTE:
sponding position.
• Use the included accessory.
• Preheat the oven for approx. 5 minutes.
• In principle, you may use any heat-resistant
heat
• Brushes the grill grid with a little oil, so that the
cookware for your food.
grilling food does not stick on it.
• Unsuitable is cookware of bright, shiny aluminum,
• Slide an empty baking tray for dripping grease to
unglazed clay and tableware made of plastic or
directly lower level, below the grill grid. Pour some
with plastic handles.
water into the baking tray for later easily cleaning.
• Follow the instructions for the duration of the
completion in your recipes and preparation ini
Energy saving tips
structions on the product packaging.
• Only preheat if it is specified in the recipe.
• Use dark, black painted or enamelled tins. They
The
Baking
absorb the heat particularly well.
• For good baking results, preheating is recomreco
• Open the oven door as less as possible during
mended up to the desired temperature.
operation.
• After finishing the
he baking process, we recommend
• Use the residual heat after cooking process.
resting the food for about 5 minutes in the oven.
Switch the oven off a few minutes before ending
• Before removing the cake, check if it is done by
using a wooden stick.. When the cake is done, no
the cooking / baking time. So your baking product
dough residue will stick to the wooden
wood stick.
even cooked in the stored oven heat.
• Put on the cookware before switching on the
Cooking and roasting meat & fish
cooking zone.
• Only cook meat of maximum 1 kg in the oven. We
• The base of the cookware and the cooking zone
recommend roasting or cooking smaller
s
portions
should use the same size.
on the cooking hob.
• If possible, always cover the
t cookware on the
roasting we recom• When using the grill grid for roasting,
cooking zone with a lid.
mend placing a baking sheet with some water
wa on
• Switch off the cooking zones before ending the
the lower level.
cooking time, to use the residual heat.
• At least once after half of the cooking time,
time the
roast should be reversed; sprinkle the roast dur-
Information to reduce the environmental effect of
ing cooking now and then with the resulted
result roast
cooking
liquid or with hot, salty water, thereby not using
(acc. VO (EU) No. 66/2014 appendix I, No. 2)
cold water.
Hob / Induction hob
Use pans and pots with flat floors. Uneven floors
increase the energy consumption.
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The diameter of the pot and pan floors should be
Save electricity! If you do not need the oven, switch
according to the size of the cooking zone, or bigger.
off functions such as interior lighting, program, temte
Pans and pots, which are too small on the cooking
perature
zone lead to energy losses. Note: Dishes producer
Clean the oven after each application, to keep the
partly indicate the upper pot diameter. It is usually
cleaning
aning effort as low as possible.
larger than the diameter of the pot floor.
We recommend the use of biological cleaners.
Use a small pot for small quantities. A large pot,
which is only slightly filled, required a lot of energy.
Cleaning and Maintenance
Use as little water as possible. This saves energy.
WARNING:
Vegetables retain their vitamins.
• Always switch off the appliance completely and
Alwayss close pots with a suitable lid. When cooking
where required, disconnect the appliance from the
without lid you need four times more energy. When
power supply.
using glass lids, more energy can be saved because
• Allow the appliance to cool down sufficient before
you can see into the pot without open the lid.
cleaning.
Use a quick cooker to clearly reduce the cooking
• Do not use steam cleaners for cleaning the appli-
time and save energy.
ance;; moisture could enter electrical components.
After boiling or frying, switch off the used cooking
Risk of electric shock! Hot steam could damage
zones to a smaller power level.
the plastic parts.
Use the residual heat of the pan, the pot and the
• Never use flammable substances, such as thinthi
food. Switch off the cooking zones 5--10 minutes be-
ner, kerosene, gasoline or acids for cleaning.
cleaning
fore cooking time.
• The appliance must be dry before restarting operope
Information to reduce the environmental effect
effect of
ation.
cooking
CAUTION:
CAUTION:
(acc. VO (EU) No. 66/2014 appendix I, No. 2)
• Do not use a wire brush or other sharp, abrasive
Oven
items.
We recommend the use of dark baking molds and
• Do not use harsh abrasive cleaners or sharp metme
plates, because they conduct the heat better.
al objects for cleaning the glass surface. The sursu
Any unnecessary accessories should be removed
faces can be scratched or destroyed.
from the baking chamber before using the appliance.
• Always consider the application and safety notes
During cooking, the oven door should remain closed
of the detergent.
to avoid unnecessary heat loss.
Cleaning the hob
Only preheat the oven if required by the recipe.
• Clean the hob and the cooking zones with a soft,
If a selection of cooking time is specified, always use
damp cloth or a commercial cleaner.
the lowest recommended temperature.
• Ideally, you maintain the steel hobs in lukewarm
Use the residual heat by switching back to minimum
temperature shortly before the end of the cooking
state after cleaning with some lubricating oil (a
time.
very thin oil film is sufficient).
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Removing the oven door
• Take off the glass carefully forward.
• Replace the glass panel and the retaining strip
You may remove the oven door to facilitate cleaning
properly; after you’ve cleaned the glass and dried
and to get better access to the oven interior.
it thoroughly.
• Open the appliance door completely.
• Push the retaining brackets (a) of
Reverse the bulb
the hinges on both sides up-
WARNING:
wards.
• Make sure that the appliance is turned off from
• Slightly close the door and lift it up to remove it.
the power supply (fuse).
• When reinstalling the door, make sure the notch
• Allow the lamp to cool down before replacing the
of the hinge is properly aligned with the protrusion
bulb. There is risk of burns!
of the hinge holder.
NOTE:
NOTE:
• Then press down the
the retaining brackets (a) again,
Use the correct bulb, heat resistant up to 300°C:
otherwise the hinges could get damaged when
1 x 15 W, 230 V~
V~
closing the oven door.
• Unscrew the lamp cover anti-clockwise
anti
and clean
Cleaning the oven
it with a dry cloth.
• Change the bulb.
NOTE:
NOTE:
• Reattach the lamp cover and screw it tight in a
By cleaning after each use, you avoid that food rer
siduals and soiling will be burning-in
in at the next op-
clockwise direction.
eration. Then the cleaning is only possible with a lot
• Check the functionality.
of effort.
• Clean the appliance and accessories depending
Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting
on the soiling degree and depending on the sursu
Before you contact an authorized specialist
face only with a soft,
ft, damp cloth and commercialcommercia
ly, food safe cleaners.
• Soak heavily soiled areas with some warm soapy
water or a vinegar cleaner.
Problem
Possible causes
What to do
Appliance
The power supply
Check the fuse
does not
is disconnected.
of your domestic
work
• Wipe off grease residues from the sealing framed
the cooking chamber.
• Use a soft absorbent cloth for drying after cleaning.
wiring system.
Oven lamp
Bulb
ulb is defective,
Check the bulb,
does not
has been inserted
see “Reverse
work
incorrectly or not
the bulb”.
firmly.
Cleaning the glass panel
If necessary, clean the inside of the glass panel.
Strong for-
Grease residue in
Switch off the
mation of
the oven.
oven and allow
smoke
to cool down
before cleaning.
• Open the appliance door.
• Press the release tabs at the side of the retaining
strip in order to remove it.
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NOTE:
If a problem still persists after following the steps
above, contact your distributor or an authorized techtec
Disposal
nician.
Meaning of the “Dustbin” Symbol
Technical Data
Protect our environment; do not dispose of electrical
Electrical connection…………………………...………..
equipment in the domestic waste.
Connection voltage: .........220-240/380
240/380-415V 3N~ 50Hz
Please return any electrical equipment that you will
Connection power: ………………………..…........7300 W
no longer use to the collection points provided for
Fuse protection: …..………….………………...…3
………….………………...…3 x 16 A
their disposal.
Protection class: …...…………………..……………I
…………………..……………I /IP20
This helps avoid the potential effects of incorrect
Measures H x W x D / Weight……...………
Weight……...…………………..
disposal on the environment and human health.
Unit sizes: …………….....……...…85.0
…85.0 x 50.0 x 59.0 cm
This will contribute to the recycling and other forms of
Oven interior: ……….………approx. 37.0
3
x 41.0 x 32.0
reutilization of electrical and electronic equipment.
Net weight: ………….……………..…......………...44.9
……………..…......………...44.9 kg
Information concerning where these can be disposed
The right to make technical and design modifications
of can be obtained from your local authority.
in the course of continuous product development
WARNING:
remains reserved.
Remove or disable any existing snap and bolt locks,
This appliance has been tested according to all relerel
if you take the unit out of operation or dispose it.
vant current CE guidelines, such as electromagnetic
Information to professional users for disassembly
compatibility and low voltage directives, and has
(acc. VO (EU) No. 66/2014 appendix I, No. 2)
been constructed in accordance with the latest safety
Hob / Induction hob
regulations.
Information for non-destructive
destructive disassembly for
maintenance purposes
A further disassembly for maintenance purposes by
the user is not provided. Do not disassemble the unit.
For repair and replacement of defective parts, please
contact our customer service.
Accumulators are not included.
Information for disassembly in terms of recycling,
recovery and disposal at the end of the life of the
appliance
The disassembly of appliances with a gas connection
should only be carried out by a licensed gas and
water installer.
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The disassembly of appliances with electrical con-
- a dedicated disposal company, offering a return
nections should be carried out by a licensed electri-
system
cian.
- a resident electric trader, who voluntary withdraws
For the recycling and recovery of resources give the
electrical appliances
appliance to:
- a communal collection point waste disposal authorities
- a dedicated disposal company, offering a return
system
- a resident electric trader, who voluntary withdraws
electrical appliances
Information to professional users for disassembly
(acc. VO (EU) No. 66/2014 appendix I, No. 2)
Oven
Information for non-destructive disassembly for
maintenance purpose
Remove the lamp as described in the manual.
For maintenance purposes, the oven door can be
hang out and reinstalled, for the procedure please
refer to the manual.
A further disassembly for maintenance purposes is
not provided.
If you would like to exchange defective components,
please contact our customer service.
Accumulators are not included.
Information for disassembly in terms of recycling,
recovery and disposal at the end of the life of the
appliance
The disassembly of appliances with a gas connection
should only be carried out by a licensed gas and
water installer.
The disassembly of appliances with electrical connections should be carried out by a licensed electrician.
For the recycling and recovery of resources give the
appliance to:
- a communal collection point of public waste disposal authorities
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EU Product data sheet
Product information for domestic electric hobs according EU 66/2014
Position
Symbol
Value
Brand
BOMANN
Model identification
EH 3555 G
Hob of a free-
Type of hob
standing cooker
Number of cooking zones and/or areas
4
Heating technology (induction cooking zones and
Radiant cooking
cooking areas, radiant cooking zones, solid plates)
For circular cooking zones or area: diameter of
useful surface area per electric heated cooking
zone, rounded to the nearest 5 mm
Unit
zones
Rear left
Rear right
Front right
18.0
Ø
Front left
For non-circular cooking zones or areas: length
B
cooking zone or area, rounded to the nearest 5 mm
Rear left
Energy consumption per cooking zone or area
Rear right
calculated per kg
Front right
ECelectric cooking
-
cm
186.27
183.96
Wh/kg
186.27
ECelectric hob
14
cm
194.44
Front left
Energy consumption for the hob calculated per kg
18.0
14.5
L
and width of useful surface area per electric heated
14.5
187.74
Wh/kg
Product information for domestic ovens according EU 6565-66/2014
Symbol
Value
Brand
BOMANN
Model identification
EH 3555 G
Type of oven
Unit
Freestanding cooker
Mass of the appliance
M
Number of cavities
32
kg
1
Heat source per cavity (electricity or gas)
Electricity
Volume per cavity
V
48
l
Energy consumption (electricity) required to heat a
standardised load in a cavity of an electric heated
oven during a cycle in conventional mode per cavity
ECelectric cavity
0.78
kWh/cycle
ECelectric cavity
-
kWh/cycle
ECgas cavity
-
ECgas cavity
-
(electric final energy)
Energy consumption required to heat a standardised
load in a cavity of an electric heated oven during a
cycle in fan-forced mode per cavity (electric final
energy)
Energy consumption required to heat a standardised
load in a gas-fired cavity of an oven during a cycle in
conventional mode per cavity (gas final energy)
Energy consumption required to heat a standardised
load in a gas-fired cavity of an oven during a cycle in
fan-forced mode per cavity (gas final energy)
Energy Efficiency Index per cavity
EEIcavity
Energy efficiency class (2)
103.8
A
(1) 1 kWh/cycle = 3.6 MJ/cycle
(2) A+++ (highest efficiency) to D (lowest efficiency)
15
MJ/cycle
kWh/cycle (1)
MJ/cycle
kWh/cycle
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