Whirlpool’s AquaLift(TM) Range

Whirlpool's AquaLift(TM) Range

Whirlpool's AquaLift(TM) Range

Whirlpool’s latest innovation is the AquaLiftTM technology. AquaLiftTM is a self-cleaning technology that uses 250-degree heat and a new oven-cavity enamel coating to clean without fuss or fumes. All you have to do is before cleaning remove the racks, scrape off excess debris, and pour two cups of water into the bottom of the cavity and after less than an hour, the cavity needs a wipe-down.

According to consumer reports, models that come with AquaLiftTM also feature a flat door with a larger viewing window – possible. The oven cavity is slightly large. And since the traditional self-clean cycle’s temperature over heats circuitry, the range requires less servicing.

Whirlpool brand places the bake element beneath the oven floor, creating a smooth, even surface that is easy to wipe clean because exposed bake elements have an irregular surface with hard-to-reach areas that are difficult to keep clean.

With Whirlpool’s 6.2 cu. ft. and 5.8 cu. ft. capacity gas ranges you can cook multiple dishes for a large family meal or prepare treats for a bake sale. You can achieve uniform baking results every time with the AccuBake® temperature management system it is a built-in sensor that monitors oven temperature and controls the cooking elements to deliver consistent results. Keep the heat inside your oven while checking on dishes when cooking without opening the door with the EasyViewTM extra-large oven window.

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