AGA Dual Control

AGA Three Oven in Pistachio

The Dual Control AGA is a 'New Generation' (more economic, more controllable) model.

As the name suggests - there are two controls (compared to the 'traditional' AGA's single control); one for the ovens (which work together and are normally on all the time, like a traditional AGA) and another for the hotplates which are normally off and are turned on when you need them.


(The hot-plates heat up very quickly - 8 minutes for the simmering plate and 12 minutes for the boiling plate).


This gives the Dual Control AGA the flexibility to reduce the heat-output to the room (and its running costs) whilst still retaining the gentle 'AGA warmth' and simple useability of the tradtitional models.

Options

- Three oven or Five oven

- Gas-heated or Electric-heated ovens

(The hot-plates are electric on all models)

- Single-zone induction hob

(Instead of the warming plate on the five oven AGA's hotcupboard.)

- Colours

(Dual Control models are not available in claret.)

- Integrated Module

All-electric Dual Control

One element maintains the heat in the ovens.


The electric hot-plates are heated separately by the elements embedded within them.


The all-electric model doesn't need a flue and is available with either in-room oven venting, or external oven venting (which has a 28mm copper pipe running from the cooker to a small fan box mounted externally).

Gas-electric Dual Control

The gas burner maintains the heat in the ovens


The electric hot-plates are heated separately by the elements embedded within them.


Available with either a 'conventional' flue (using a chimney), or horizontal 'power flue' (54mm diameter pipe runs at knee-height up to 4m in length to outside) if there's no chimney.

Three Oven

Two hot-plates: on the left a fast boiling plate (12 minute heat-up from cold) and on the right a simmering plate (8 minute heat-up from cold).


Three ovens: at the top right, a roasting oven and below that is a simmering oven. The third oven is at the bottom left and the fourth door at the top left is for access to the controls.

Five Oven

Two hot-plates: on the left a fast boiling plate (12 minute heat-up from cold) and on the right a simmering plate (8 minute heat-up from cold). There's also a warming plate on the top of the 'hotcupboard'.


Five ovens: at the top right, a roasting oven, below that is the simmering oven. Top left is a slow cooking oven and bottom left is the plate-warming oven. The baking oven is in the middle at the bottom and above it is a sixth door for access to the controls.

Five Oven AGA Cooker

AGA Five Oven

Induction Hob

There's also an option to have a single-zone induction hob instead of the hotcupboard's warming plate.

Hotcupboard (Five Oven)

(The extra two ovens that turn the three in to the five oven)

Independent of the main AGA, the hotcupbard has a slow-cooking oven at the top, a plate-warming oven below, and a warming plate on top. It has just one switch - so it's either all on, or all off.

There's the option to have a single-zone induction hob instead of the warming plate on the top.

Overall Dimensions


More Information

Plinth

The Dual Control AGA doesn't need a plinth - it is 910mm high (to the hot-plate), which is just right for a standard kitchen worktop height of 900-910mm.

Warranty

1 year labour and 5 year parts.


Clearances

Some clearances are required for installation - please contact us for more information


Maintenance

All-electric models - a safety check is required every 30 months (2.5years)
Gas-electric models - service every 12 months.

Gas and Electrical Requirements

Gas-electric Dual Control

Needs both an electric and a gas supply.

- A 32amp Cooker Circuit

- A 3kW gas supply (generally a 15mm pipe is fine but may need to be bigger if it's running a long distance).



All Electric Dual Control AGA

- A 32amp Cooker Circuit


Five Oven

- An additional 13amp socket for the hotcupboard to plug in to. **Socket MUST be to the left side**

Oven Venting

Gas

The gas Dual Control AGA vents its ovens through the flue.

All-electric - Two Options:

Room Vented Ovens

Which is designed to have an extractor above the cooker.

Externally Vented Ovens

With a 28mm copper pipe running to the externally mounted fan box.


Economy 7 Electric AGA Oven Vent Fan

Approximate Fuel Consumption

Ovens only (excludes hotplate use):

Dual Control: Gas Ovens

Gas: 250kWh/week

Dual Control: Electric Ovens

Electricity: 150kWh/week
(at the 3/4 setting)

Hotcupboard

Electricity: 54kWh/week