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Cook top dimensions


Bryce Procter
 

Hi all, 

Can anyone give me the dimensions of the gas cooktop on the SM 2000 as per the pic. Looking to retrofit an induction cooktop which is 574mm square and hoping it will sit on the existing s/s ledge. 
Thanks in advance. 

Bryce
Seamaster II # 467


Elja Röllinghoff Balu SM 222
 

He Bryce,
I mesure it last week to do the sane for next spring ,
It is 590 mm .

What fo a model you by
You change the back oven too by elektrik ?

Best Elja
SM Balu 222

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Bryce Procter
 

Many thanks Elja, 590 should work perfectly.
I am currently locked down away from my boat.
Yes, I am also converting my oven to electric.
My idea is to insert 2 small ovens into the current oven space inside the existing stainless steel gimballed frame. If you like I can send you a photo in the next day or two of how the two ovens look together along with dimensions. Each oven draws a maximum of 2400W.

Regards

Bryce
SM 2000 #467




On Sun, Aug 9, 2020 at 4:42 PM +0800, "Elja Röllinghoff Balu SM 222" <Bijorka@...> wrote:

He Bryce,
I mesure it last week to do the sane for next  spring ,
It is 590 mm .

What fo a model you by
You change the back oven too by elektrik ?

Best Elja
SM Balu 222

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Annsofie & Jonas Svanberg
 

We changed both cook top and oven on Lady Annila, last year


Hälsningar
Ann-Sofie Svanberg


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9 aug. 2020 kl. 11:05 skrev Bryce Procter via groups.io <Balibryce@...>:


Many thanks Elja, 590 should work perfectly.
I am currently locked down away from my boat.
Yes, I am also converting my oven to electric.
My idea is to insert 2 small ovens into the current oven space inside the existing stainless steel gimballed frame. If you like I can send you a photo in the next day or two of how the two ovens look together along with dimensions. Each oven draws a maximum of 2400W.

Regards

Bryce
SM 2000 #467




On Sun, Aug 9, 2020 at 4:42 PM +0800, "Elja Röllinghoff Balu SM 222" <Bijorka@...> wrote:

He Bryce,
I mesure it last week to do the sane for next  spring ,
It is 590 mm .

What fo a model you by
You change the back oven too by elektrik ?

Best Elja
SM Balu 222

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Elja Röllinghoff Balu SM 222
 

Yes, I'd like to have pictures.
For the oven I think we'll take a company-shaped oven from the household area that should fit well in there
Hot air consumes least energy

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Oliver Henrichsen, SV Vela Nautica
 

Hello,

Why don' t you install electric heating elements in the existing oven? 

You may even install them additional beside the gas heaters. So you can use both. 

Oliver from Vela Nautica 
A54#39 
Martinique 

On Sun, Aug 9, 2020, 01:32 Bryce Procter via groups.io <Balibryce=yahoo.com@groups.io> wrote:
Hi all, 

Can anyone give me the dimensions of the gas cooktop on the SM 2000 as per the pic. Looking to retrofit an induction cooktop which is 574mm square and hoping it will sit on the existing s/s ledge. 
Thanks in advance. 

Bryce
Seamaster II # 467


 

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On Sun, Aug 9, 2020 at 4:41 AM Elja Röllinghoff Balu SM 222 <Bijorka@...> wrote:
Yes, I'd like to have pictures.
For the oven I think we'll take a company-shaped oven from the household area that should fit well in there
Hot air consumes least energy

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Gerhard Mueller
 

Same measurement at the Sharki.
I have installed the 2 flames Silvercrest inductive cooker from the Lidl company in Germany for 79.- Euro.

--
Gerhard Mueller
Amel Sharki #60
Currently Kalamata, Greece


Gerhard Mueller
 

Sorry, it is cheaper now, below 70 Euro:
https://www.lidl.de/de/silvercrest-doppelinduktionskochplatte-3500-watt-3-programme-mit-spezialglasoberflaeche/p331109
--
Gerhard Mueller
Amel Sharki #60
Currently Kalamata, Greece


Elja Röllinghoff Balu SM 222
 

He Oliver
I dont now that is possible do you have any advice ?

Thanks Elja
SM Balu 222

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PAOLO CUNEO
 

Hi all,
I suggest to make double sure about the measurement we are referring to. On my SM, 590 mm is the space available for fitting the entire oven set. The gimballing steel frame  outer width is 570 mm and, given a 3mm steel plate thickness, the inside clearance is 570-6 equal 564 mm.
If the idea of Bryce is to place the new set on top of the existing frame, the width shouldn't be a problem. If the set is a square, the trouble is with the depth as te current ss frame is only  550mm and then, leaving some clearance for safeguarding your fingers, you run into the crash bar. This at least on my boat
Hope this helps
Best
Paolo Cuneo
SM 454 Whisper, currently in Sardinia


Gerhard Mueller
 

Paolo,
as you can see from my photo above the 2 flame Silvercrest inductive cooker from Lidl fits perfect.
The space is 590 and the device is 580 mm. So no problem at all.
--
Gerhard Mueller
Amel Sharki #60
Currently Kalamata, Greece


Bryce Procter
 

Hi Paolo,

Point taken. Yes depth appears it would be a problem. Thanks for the tip.
I will follow up with Bills suggestion re the option from the UK.

Cheers

Bryce
SM 2000 #467




On Mon, Aug 10, 2020 at 4:58 PM +0800, "PAOLO CUNEO" <pc43ge@...> wrote:

Hi all,
I suggest to make double sure about the measurement we are referring to. On my SM, 590 mm is the space available for fitting the entire oven set. The gimballing steel frame  outer width is 570 mm and, given a 3mm steel plate thickness, the inside clearance is 570-6 equal 564 mm.
If the idea of Bryce is to place the new set on top of the existing frame, the width shouldn't be a problem. If the set is a square, the trouble is with the depth as te current ss frame is only  550mm and then, leaving some clearance for safeguarding your fingers, you run into the crash bar. This at least on my boat
Hope this helps
Best
Paolo Cuneo
SM 454 Whisper, currently in Sardinia


Elja Röllinghoff Balu SM 222
 

Hey, Paolo.

please what are the mass of the microwave compartment , there are microwaves with seperate home-air levels then you would have a hot air / microwaves/ grill
downstairs the induction field
and the reserve of the gas oven

Greetings to Elja
SM Balu 222
Kalamata

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PAOLO CUNEO
 

Responding to Gerhard, yours seems a brilliant solution but from the photo I cannot understand if the system is gimballing or you  are using it only in the fixed position
Paolo Cuneo
SM454 Whisper 


Oliver Henrichsen, SV Vela Nautica
 

Hello Elja,

I did not convert my gas oven to electric because I am happy with my gas oven. 

But its not a big deal to convert it. It will probably cost about 200 euros max.

You only need a heating element, a thermostat and a switch, and any electrician who understands his profession could do it. 

Look at the link about changing the heating element its a cheap job. These appliances heating elements are everywhere available. 


Hope that helps. 

Oliver from Vela Nautica 
A54#39 
Martinique 

On Mon, Aug 10, 2020, 01:16 Elja Röllinghoff Balu SM 222 <Bijorka@...> wrote:
He Oliver
I dont now that is possible do you have any advice ?

Thanks Elja
SM Balu 222

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PAOLO CUNEO
 

Hi Elja,
Unfortunately I have left Whisper a few hours ago and I shall be away for  month or so, and much to my regret I cannot help you this time. By sure some other Amelian friend will show up with the answers
Bests

Paolo Cuneo 
SM 454 Whisper 


Bryce Procter
 

Hi Paolo,

Thanks and apologies for the slow reply. The cooktop I am looking at is the Miele KM 7200 FR with dimensions of 574mm W, 504mm D and 48mm H.
Looks like this should fit well. Not cheap but quality is remembered long after price is forgotten. If I ever get back to my boat I'll post some photos :)

Cheers

Bryce
SM #467




On Mon, Aug 10, 2020 at 4:58 PM +0800, "PAOLO CUNEO" <pc43ge@...> wrote:

Hi all,
I suggest to make double sure about the measurement we are referring to. On my SM, 590 mm is the space available for fitting the entire oven set. The gimballing steel frame  outer width is 570 mm and, given a 3mm steel plate thickness, the inside clearance is 570-6 equal 564 mm.
If the idea of Bryce is to place the new set on top of the existing frame, the width shouldn't be a problem. If the set is a square, the trouble is with the depth as te current ss frame is only  550mm and then, leaving some clearance for safeguarding your fingers, you run into the crash bar. This at least on my boat
Hope this helps
Best
Paolo Cuneo
SM 454 Whisper, currently in Sardinia


Gerhard Mueller
 


Responding to Gerhard, yours seems a brilliant solution but from the photo I cannot understand if the system is gimballing or you  are using it only in the fixed position
Paolo Cuneo
SM454 Whisper
Paolo
Since I don't have 220 Volt on board I can use the cooker only in the harbor.
--
Gerhard Mueller
Amel Sharki #60
Currently Kalamata, Greece