OVEN WALL CONSTRUCTION -. worth owning
can strip a Chambers Range of ALL WHITE PORCELAIN OUTSIDE PANELS. except the
oven door. and cook just as well as with all panels in place.
is this important?" you ask.
impossible to insulate heavily enough to cook efficiently with the gas turned off,
the outside panels as retaining walls for the rock wool.
CHAMBERS RANGE INSULATION IS
HAND-PACKED TO CAPACITY in
separate Oven and Thermowell hulls.
little Willie ever runs his villocipede into your Chambers Range, thereby
cracking the porcelain finish-or if the enamel is chipped by movers or anyone
else - the outside panels can be changed without affecting the insulation in any
you can check heat distribution in a Chambers Oven today, and recheck it in ten
years, and find the distribution to be practically identical. Only when
insulation is packed as tightly as it is in Chambers Ovens and Thermowells can
you be assured that heat distribution will not shift and change through the
years. Any less insulation can settle and shift, and eventually change oven
show front and back views of this unique Chambers structure-with cooking units
built up separately and assembled in a welded steel frame. Thermowell and
broiler are fastened into the extra-heavy cooking top .
Originator of Insulated Ranges
They All Cook with the GAS TURNED OFF
WHEN Chambers introduced insulated ranges nearly 30 years ago the entire cooking appliance industry scoffed at the idea. Yet insulation today is common. So-
Look to Chambers today for cooking trends of tomorrow
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