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Electric Aga's

Currently we are able to offer 2 types of electric AGA, ensuring that all requirements are met. The 2 different types are detailed below and can be viewed in working order in our showroom. For any further information, please do not hesitate to contact the office or Martin direct.


13amp Electric Aga
This type of electric AGA looks and functions like a conventionally fuelled AGA, with a single heat source (in this case, an electric element) heating the cast iron components to ensure perfect cooking everytime. It is powered by a single 13amp supply and does not need to be vented to outside, enabling the owner to site it wherever they choose. As there is no flue for heat to escape from and the clever recirculation system inside, this AGA uses the generated heat to best effect, keeping running costs down and maintaining ideal cooking conditions.

The AGA is adjusted via a control box which will sit externally to either the left or right of the AGA. If you have cupboards directly adjacent to the AGA, this control panel can be placed within the cupboard.

13amp Electric delux AGA in Pearl Ash with matching lid bands

This AGA allows you to experience the traditional AGA way of cooking whilst minimising costs through the use of electric rather than oil or gas.

The Updated Classic Electrickit AGA
The Electrickit AGA allows you to have the traditional AGA look with the ease of use of a normal electric oven. It's revolutionary design uses separate elements for the ovens and hobs and so creates a flexible approach to cooking, with the ability to control the hobs and ovens independently. The new improved Electrickit Classic, uses separate elements under each hob (controlled by separate knobs in the control panel), and has 3 elements placed between the ovens (in the 2 oven AGA), to give ultimate flexibility. The top oven's temperature is set via the LCD display and, with elements at the top and bottom of the oven, roasting temperature can be reached in as little as 60 minutes from cold. The bottom oven tends to run around 60-70deg lower than the top oven temperature but, thanks to the addition of a boost element at the bottom of the oven which is controlled by a separate knob, it can also reach roasting temperature. This gives the Classic Electrickit a huge advantage over a traditionally fuelled 2 oven AGA.

All of this flexibility is operated by the control panel, housed behind the burner door.

Electrickit Classic Control Panel


The hobs can be used independently of each other and of the ovens, allowing reduced running costs and heat produced by the AGA, especially useful in the summer months! They are controlled by the knobs on the control panel and, from cold, can be up to boiling temperature in just under 20 minutes. Should you require a more instantaneous cooking surface, then an induction hob can be fitted as an optional extra. This would replace the left hand standard hob and is controlled by buttons on the hob. The addition of an induction hob gives yet another level of flexibility to this excellent electric AGA. As with the 13amp electric AGA, there is no need to vent to the outside, and so it can be positioned anywhere in the kitchen. It requires 2 separate 13amp supplies, or a single 32amp and it is possible to fit a timer to it in order to maximise the cost efficiency.

Optional Induction Hob


Oil Conversion

Here at Traditional Cookers of Yorkshire Ltd we have successfully carried out oil conversions for many years.

To carry out a conversion of your solid fuel Aga Cooker to oil there are basically 2 methods:

1st. This method is the quicker and less expensive of the two. The solid fuel round riddling grate would be replaced with a 6" sleeved oil burner. This method is the most commonly used and will achieve comparable hot plate, simmer plate and top oven temperatures to solid fuel, but the bottom oven will be 20 - 30 degrees cooler. The oil float valve can be mounted up to 6 feet away from the cooker. I strongly recommend that all oil conversion flues be lined from top to bottom.

2nd. This method is costlier due to the fact the cooker has to be stripped down. The ashpit in the Aga is replaced by one which we lower. In effect the sleeve burner sits lower in the Aga giving a bottom oven temperature comparable with a purpose built Aga. The Aga will then function totally as a purpose built oil Aga would.

As mentioned we recommend that the chimney be lined. This is not mandatory, but it does give the Aga a stable flue draught. We can do this work.

The oil tank...from the bottom of the oil tank to the base of the Aga the tank must be at least 2 foot higher. The tank must be fitted in line with Oftec recommendations or local building authority regulations ie. siting of the tank and bundied or non-bundied tank. We supply and fit the tank if required.

A site visit is strongly recommended before any works commence.


Gas Conversion

Here at Traditional Cookers of Yorkshire Ltd., we have successfully carried out gas conversions for many years.

To carry out a conversion of your solid fuel Aga Cooker to gas there are basically 2 methods:

1st. The On Site Kit: The gas valve is fitted to either the left or right of the Aga. The pipes, being main burner and pilot, run along the front of the Aga, all being concealed by a black conduit.

2nd. This method involves the stripping down of the Aga and all pipe work is then run internally. The valve remains to the left or right hand side.

When converting to gas, the flue box to the top of the cooker has to be altered to a different diverter assembly. There must be at least 600 mm of straight lift in vitreous pipe off the Aga before a bend is introduced to the flue. Nearly always there is a bit of preparation to do in this area.

The flue has to be lined from top to bottom in accordance with gas regulations. This work must be carried out by a Gas Safe Registered fitter.

The basics of converting to gas are; firstly a gas supply is laid on to the left or right hand side of the Aga depending on personal preference or kitchen layout. It is then connected to a gas valve which is thermostatically controlled via a sensor to the top oven, which modulates the gas valve that is connected to a burner which works dependent on demand of the Aga.

A site visit is highly recommended before any works commence.