Vulcan V60F - 6 Burner 2 Oven 24" Griddle Economy Range

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The Vulcan V60F gas range provides restaurants with both value and funcitonality. It features 6 burners, 2 ovens, and a 24" griddle in a fully MIG welded frame, and comes with 6" adjustable legs for stability. The Vulcan V60F also features an oven thermostat that's adjustable from Low to 500° F, giving cooks a wide temperature range to work with. Each oven features an oven rack along with four rack positions allowing a variety of different types of food to be cooked. In all, the V60F provides restaurant owners with a dependable range from an industry leader.

  • Stainless steel front, backriser, lift-off high shelf on a fully MIG welded frame.
  • Six 28,000 BTU/hr open top burners with lift-off heads, two 35,000 BTU/hr ovens, and one 24" griddle.
  • Comes in either a natural gas or propane model.
  • Thermostat is adjustable from Low to 500° F.
  • Warranty: one year limited parts and labor warranty.

Note: This unit is only for commercial kitchens and cannot be used in a residential kitchen


Standard Features

  • Features one oven rack and four rack positions for each oven.
  • 3/4" rear gas connection and gas pressure regulator.
  • 6" adjustable legs allow the range to be adjusted to stay level.
  • 12" x 12" cast top grates with aeration bowls.
  • Stainless steel front, backriser, lift-off high shelf on a fully MIG welded frame.
  • Ten 28,000 BTU/hr open top burners with lift-off heads and two 35,000 BTU/hr oven.
  • Individual pilot light for each burner.
  • Thermostat is adjustable from Low to 500° F.
  • Warranty: one year limited parts and labor warranty.


Manufacturer: Vulcan
Burners: 10
Ovens: 2
Griddle Size: 24"
Dimensions (W x D x H): 63" x 32" x 58"
Total Input BTU/HR: 268,000
Weight: 815 lbs


Vulcan has a reputation among chefs and restaurant owners for high-quality and energy-saving foodservice products that generate superior results time after time. Vulcan boasts that their equipment possesses "masterful design, precision performance, and state-of-the-art innovation," backing up their claims with a full line of exceptional gas and electric commercial cooking equipment that is among the largest in the world. Vulcan is a division of the Illinois Tool Works Food Equipment Group.



Is the griddle top interchangeable to allow for use of a broiler top?

Asked by: Sue F
This unit does not have an interchangeable top, but a similar product with a griddle-broiler is the Vulcan 60SS-6B24GB.
Answered by: Evan
Date published: 2015-07-01

How do you remove the burner plates to expose the burner assy.,or to get a look at how the burner is burning

Asked by: ezMoney
I am unsure on the exact procedure, but I must, unfortunately, inform you that this unit has been discontinued by Vulcan.
Answered by: PrimaJosh
Date published: 2015-09-16

do you deliver to Canada ? At what cost ? Is this the Vulcan brand ? Why is it so cheap ?

Asked by: Minsidhu
We are unable to deliver to Canada at this time. I recommend contacting Vulcan directly to find out if they have any Canadian distributors -
Answered by: DanPrima
Date published: 2014-10-15

What do you use to clean the griddle? The range is in our church kitchen and I don't think anyone has ever cleaned the griddle top. It is very sticky withhold grease. thank You, M. Strickland

Asked by: Lucy
Though you are welcome to contact the manufacturer for specific instructions, many griddles can be cleaned using the following steps: 1) scrape the griddle with a grill scraper each time you cook food to prevent build up, 2) remove grease from the trough and grill container each day, scrub with a grill brick daily, 3) each week clean the cool griddle with a degreaser, also coating the griddle with a small amount of cooking oil will help prevent rust. Again, the manufacturer might have different instructions, but these are the basic steps I would recommend to get you started.
Answered by: RossPS
Date published: 2013-12-02
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