The Everhot 150

A higher heat-output Everhot

Features:

Extremely Versatile - Two cast-iron hotplates and four ovens, all independently controlled.


Approximately 1kW heat output to the room (when both sides are at 'normal' cooking temperature).


Electric consumption: 170kWh per week. (£22.00 at 13p/kWh)
Do note though that there is a lot of scope to reduce this down by about 50% by turning down (or off) ovens (or hotplates) that aren't in use.





Black Everhot 150 Cooker

Two-Piece Construction

Due to a combination of its weight and size the Everhot 150 is always a two-piece model (note the central brackets in the hand-rail on the front - it's essentially a 90 model at the left and a 60 model to the right with the door hinging arranged to make a symetrical design).

There's a smaller door in the centre with the two control boxes behind (one for each side).

There is a stainless steel joint-covering strip on the top and a colour-matched strip on the front to cover the small gap (2-3mm) between the two sections.

Two Control Boxes

The 150, like the 120, has two control boxes however these are 'on-board' behind the smaller central door.


Everhot 150 Control Boxes

Oven and Hot-plate Temperatures and Dimensions

Each side of the Everhot 150 is effectively a separate cooker; the left is an Everhot 90 (but without the extra simmering plate or induction hob) and the right side is just like an Everhot 60. In total you have two large dual-zone cast-iron hot plates, two ovens (maximum 250 C) with integral grill and two lower ovens (maximum 180 C).

There are also two control boxes (one for each side of the cooker) and you can use the ECO energy-saving mode separately for each side.

Hot Plate #1 (Under Left Lid):

Left side:
225mm wide x 355mm deep
Maximum: 400 degrees C
Heat-up time to 300C: 20-40mins


Right side:
175mm wide x 355mm deep
Maximum: 400 degrees C
Heat-up time to 300C: 20-40mins

Hot Plate #2 (Under Right Lid):

Left side:
225mm wide x 355mm deep
Maximum: 400 degrees C
Heat-up time to 300C: 20-40mins


Right side:
175mm wide x 355mm deep
Maximum: 400 degrees C
Heat-up time to 300C: 20-40mins

Pan Rest

Between the two lids there's an area ideal for resting pans, proving bread or generally keeping things warm.
It's not 'heated' as such but is warm by virtue of the fact that it's next to / between the two hotplates.
The cooker comes with a stainless steel trivet for this area to prevent scratching to the main top-plate when utensils are placed on it.

Top Oven #1 (Left)

Dimensions

W: 395mm
H: 290mm
D: 490mm

Maximum temperature

(Measured at top): 250 C
Heat-up to 200C: 120-150min

Grill

Full area 2.5kW grill with 30min countdown timer

Top Oven #2 (Right)

Dimensions

W: 395mm
H: 290mm
D: 490mm

Maximum temperature

(Measured at top): 250 C
Heat-up to 200C: 120-150min

Grill

Full area 2.5kW grill with 30min countdown timer

Bottom Oven #1 (Left)

Dimensions

W: 395mm
H: 290mm
D: 470mm

Maximum temperature

(Measured at top): 180 C
Heat-up to 120C: 60-90min

Bottom Oven #2 (Right)

Dimensions

W: 395mm
H: 290mm
D: 470mm

Maximum temperature

(Measured at top): 180 C
Heat-up to 120C: 60-90min

Power Requirement

All that's required are two 13amp power sockets (these must be two single sockets, NOT a double) to the side of the cooker (NOT BEHIND IT!) - there are two cables exiting the back of the cooker (1.3m long), with plug-tops to go to the sockets which must be no more than 0.3m from its side.


Why two single sockets?

Everhot Electrical Supply - two single socket outlets needed

Socket Position

Everhot 150 Electrical Socket position

Dimensions

(The 150 and 150i share the same dimensions.)

Everhot 150 - dimensioned drawing

Everhot Side Elevation - dimensioned drawing

Weight

The Everhot 150 weighs approximately 550kg.


Colours

Available in all colours - see colours page for more information).