ADA-Compliant Wall Ovens

GE oven models that meet ADA Regulations are equipped with controls that are operable with one hand and require no more than five pounds of pressure. Inside, all racks are designed for easy front access, and are adjustable for loading flexibility.

These wall ovens can be installed at various heights to reduce bending and stooping. ADA compliance is dependent upon the height at which a wall oven is installed. Follow up with your appliance installation professional to ensure your wall oven is installed at the proper height.

GE ADA-Compliant Wall Ovens

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ADA-Compliance Requirements

To be considered ADA-compliant, a GE wall oven must meet the following requirements:

  • Maximum high forward reach for controls and operating mechanisms is 48"; maximum low forward reach is 15".
  • Controls and operating mechanisms must be operable with one hand and shall not require tight grasping, pinching, or twisting of the wrist. The force required to activate controls shall be no more than 5 lbf.
  • Ovens shall have controls on front panels; they may be located on either side of the door.
ADA-Compliant Wall Ovens