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What constitutes a non-combustible floor under a commercial gas range?

Question asked by croust on Aug 11, 2019
Latest reply on Sep 15, 2019 by upnorth

Most commercial gas range manufacturers state that their product is for use on a non-combustible floor.  If a restaurant is planned to be installed in a building with an existing wood-framed floor, how can this requirement be handled?  Assuming that the range is installed on legs, would the addition of a sheet of stainless steel under the range meet this requirement?  Or could the legs be removed and a non-combustible (steel-framed) curb be used?  Would the addition of ceramic or quarry tile be acceptable?