Custom EcoDeck Series Commercial Wok Range (Waterless)

Featuring fiber ceramic insulation, and a unique design, EcoDeck is Town’s patented waterless wok range.

Town has been refining the art of wok cooking since 1929. Working closely with our customers, Town wok ranges are intelligently designed, and made to fit the ever changing needs of the industry.

EcoDeck, Town’s waterless wok range, is available from one chamber all the way up to 6 chambers, fiber ceramic insulation. Its unique design allows the range to operate continuously without the need for cooling water. Complete stainless steel exterior. The ability to fully customize our commercial wok range is what makes Town ranges unique. With a vast array of made-to-order options, and standard convenience features available, Town Chinese commercial wok ranges are perfect for any cuisine involving wok cooking.

All Town ranges are built-to-order. Customers can choose from a wide array of sizes, wok burners, faucets, finishes and configurations, to produce equipment that precisely fits their needs. All wok range models feature cast iron wok rings – slanted 13” Mandarin and 16”, 18”, 20”, 22” Cantonese. Rear gutters are standard. One burner units can have a stainless steel, perforated strainer in gutter. Front access 5″ sink is standard. A water wash line is standard. A gas pressure regulator, water pressure regulator and stainless steel drip pans are supplied. Mounted on tubular stainless legs with adjustable feet and gussets.  All units are pre-plumbed to single-point water, drain and gas connections.  

Standard Specs
Height 56.5″ (without flue), 62″ (with flue)
Depth 41″ (without flue),  47″ (with flue)
Gas Load Varies
Chamber Liner York Fiber Ceramic

Available Models
Model Type Length Crated Weight
E-1-SS-* 1 chamber EcoDeck 36″ 450 lbs
E-2-SS-* 2 chamber EcoDeck 60″ 800 lbs
E-3-SS-* 3 chamber EcoDeck 86″ 1000 lbs
E-4-SS-* 4 chamber EcoDeck 112″ 1200 lbs
E-5-SS-* 5 chamber EcoDeck 137″ 1650 lbs
E-6-SS-* 6 chamber EcoDeck 137″ 1900 lbs

* Replace with “N” for natural gas or “P” for propane gas


Visit our Resource Center for spec sheets, parts lists and more.

Waterless Wok Range

EcoDeck’s patented design allows the waterless wok range to operate continuously, without the need for cooling water. EcoDeck retains the traditional spray bar, for intermittent deck washing and cleaning. Great for utility-conscious and earth-friendly restaurateurs.  

Chamber Rings

Town’s cast iron chamber rings are great for both Cantonese and Mandarin woks. They’re superior to welded steel rings. Chamber rings can be removed, when required, without tools. 13″ Mandarin chamber rings have a sloped top that enables the chef to easily flip and toss food within the pan.  

York Fiber Ceramic Insulation

1″ thick insulation sleeves provide excellent insulation, containing intense burner heat, and focusing it to the wok. The round sleeves are easily replaceable, without the need for tools.


Modern and clean design, with minimally exposed piping. Chrome faucets and stainless steel panels complete the look.


A full 304 stainless steel exterior ensures longevity, and ease of maintenance.


Solid brass gas valves, with precision-molded, cast aluminum, knee-operable “L” handles, last longer than plastic and stay tight and secure after prolonged usage.

Scrap Drawer 

A front access, pull-out stainless steel mesh strainer collects debris, captured in the water wash flow, for easy removal.  A 5″ wide strainer is standard, with a larger 10″ wide version available, as an option.

Integrated Water Wash Bar, Including Timed Water Bursts

The unit comes with a stainless steel spray bar, which is used to clean the deck, and for active cooling. The spray bar is mounted underneath the 8″ plate shelf. If the unit has the waterfall backsplash option, the spray bar is mounted on the top of the backsplash, though the waterfall unit is not recommended with the EcoDeck model. A timed plunger valve, mounted on the top of the plate shelf, gives on-demand water bursts, allowing chefs to wash the deck throughout the day. A bypass valve, located on the front panel, can be used to release water for an extended period of time, allowing for end-of-service cleaning.

Three-Pipe Wok Rack

A convenient wok rack, located above the faucets, provides an area to strain foods, or store cooking tools.

Choice of pre-plumbed faucets

A Chinese swing faucet, mounted on the backsplash, comes standard over each wok chamber, and allows for cleanup between batches of food. Or replace it with one of our various faucet options, depending on your needs.

Choice of high-power burners

Choose from Town’s proprietary and proven, high-performance burners. Chefs can enjoy a massive amount of heat from our flow-tested and nationally-certified burners.

Choice of chamber sizes

Wok ranges can be built with any combination of hole sizes, subject to space and design constraints. Design your range for batch cooking, à la carte cooking or both.

Stainless Steel Everything

EcoDeck models feature a full stainless steel exterior, including drip pans. EcoDeck stainless steel decks are laminated with a hot rolled steel plate, to prevent warping and improve the service life of the range. A 400 series stainless steel subdeck is also available as an option.

Gutter Options 

Rear gutters are standard, and suffice for 90% of all design configurations. A front gutter is available, which is especially useful in waterfall display type ranges. However, waterfall backsplashes are not recommended for EcoDeck units.

Warming Chambers

Small, non-insulated chambers are available, for soup, stock or oil. Only available as unheated for EcoDeck ranges.

Waterfall Backsplash

A spray bar on top of the backsplash cascades water down the backsplash to keep it clean and cool. This attractive and functional waterfall display feature is ideal for commercial wok ranges, exposed to customers, though not recommended for EcoDeck units.

Strainer Holders

Suspend strainers from the backsplash with an optional strainer holder. Strategically-placed holders allow for oil or stock to drip back into insets.

Pilot-Safety System

This option turns off gas to pilot light, and burner, if pilot light goes out. Required by some municipalities.

Custom Dimensions

Smaller footprints to accommodate limited hood space are possible. Enlarged footprints allow for the placement of a vast array of add-ons, cooking tools, and accessories. Low-height backsplashes are available for display cooking.

Battery Options

Combine multiple ranges in the field into a continuous battery. Splice fit units combine two or more ranges to form a continuous deck. A cap seals standing seams on butt fit batteries.

Chamber Reducers

Accessorize a unit with large chambers with chamber reducers for ultimate flexibility.

Soup Pots & Cooking Tools

Town’s unique “T” shaped accessory soup pots are designed specifically for Town ranges, and allow for blanching, steaming or boiling. Browse our vast array of ladles, shovels, woks and strainers.


Add optional casters for increased mobility. Cross-bracing may be recommended. Special installation requirements for units on casters must be adhered to.

Build Your Custom Wok Range

Walk through our customization process to learn more about what’s needed to build the best wok for your needs. For best and detailed results, please make a selection for each step. Certain parts may only be available depending on the options chosen.

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What's some important terminology to know when dealing with wok ranges?

Town refers to each hole in the top deck as a chamber.  Each wok chamber includes its own gas valve, recessed burner, insulation, and chamber ring.  They can also be referred to as holes, burners, wells or stations.  Ranges can be built with any combination of hole sizes subject to space and design constraints.

Chamber ring
Also known as a wok ring, this is the round cast iron ring that sits on top of the deck that the cooking wok sits on.  A wok ring uses a wok pan that is 2” to 4” larger in diameter than the wok hole size.  The exception is for 13” chambers, which usually use a 14” or 16” Mandarin (single stick handle) wok.  Larger sizes use Cantonese (two loop handle) woks.  Mandarin chamber rings have a sloped top that enables the chef to easily flip and toss food within the pan.  Town uses easily replaceable cast iron wok rings instead of welded steel rims or prongs that do not stand up to massive heat over time, and require welding to repair.

Optional flue risers are located in the rear of the unit that direct excess heat from the chamber up galvanized flue risers and through stainless steel flue caps on top of the backsplash.  Also known as chimneys or exhaust vents, they allow for greater chef comfort.  Town wok ranges have a flue for each chamber, allowing for the most direct and efficient flow of exhaust gases.  Flues are not available on EcoDeck units.

A recessed channel in the deck that collects cooling water and debris from the deck into our internal sink and strainer system.  Also known as a trough.  Rear gutter is standard and is most common.  Front gutter is available as an option.

An internal front access drawer that water and debris from the deck and gutter flows to.  It holds a stainless steel mesh strainer that catches debris before going into the drain.  When full, the mesh strainer can be easily removed from the front.  A 5″ wide version is standard, with a 10″ version available as an option.

An attractive and functional display feature in which a spray bar mounted on top of the backsplash cascades multiple streams of water down the length of the backsplash.  A unique look that’s ideal for display ranges and keeps the backsplash clean and cool. 

Chinese swing faucet
A type of faucet that turns on automatically by moving its spout over the wok.  Swing the spout to the left or right to turn it off.

Knee valve
Town wok ranges are provided with “L” shaped gas valve handles for each burner.  They allow chefs to adjust the flame with their knee, even while both hands are already being used.

Volcano and jet burner
A jet burner is a type of burner that has round brass tips.  The brass jet tips are oriented in different directions and the orientations will affect the flame characteristics.  A volcano burner has all jet tips pointed up and inwards, leading to a tall focused flame.  Jet burners have a minimal control range but have high flame heights.

Shield or duck bill burner
Refers to a type of burner with brass jets that looks like a duck bill, as opposed to a round shaped tip.  The duck bill shape is more clog resistant when compared to round jet tips. Jet burners have a minimal control range but have high flame heights.

Ring burner
Refers to a type of cast iron burner with many small flame ports.  An air mixer in between the burner and gas valve controls the air/fuel ratio.  Ring burners have lower flame heights but have a flexible control range.  They are thus known as saute-to-simmer burners.  Town offers a 2 ring burner (consisting of 2 concentric rings) and 3 ring burner (3 concentric rings).

Pilot safety system
A flame failure device that turns off gas to the pilot light and burner if pilot light goes out.  This is a code requirement is some locations.  Contact your local authorities for more details.  If the range is interlocked to a hood, pilot safety systems are not needed.

Warming chamber
A small non insulated hole that accepts insets or bain maries for oils and stock.  Only available as an unheated option in EcoDeck units.  See our York or MasterRange series wok ranges if a warming chamber is needed for boiling or blanching.  Also known as oil holes, or recessed holes.

Wok rack
A rack consisting of 3 tubular bars located above the faucets and running the full length of the range.  It provides an area to strain foods, or store cooking tools.

What do I need to know about delivery and installation?

Wok ranges have high performance burners that require high gas loads.  The gas system must be able to provide enough gas to feed the range’s required volume at the required pressure.  The gas load will depend on the burners specified.  Performance will be impaired if the required gas system specs are not met.

Ranges are shipped via common carrier, class 92.5.  All heavy equipment is shipped in a custom fully enclosed and framed wooden crate fabricated by our in house carpenter.  Wok ranges are shipped with legs, drip pans, gas pressure regulators, and other accessories detached and packed in boxes on top of the range deck.  Large wok ranges will not fit on a liftgate and will need additional machinery or a loading dock to reach ground level.

Ensure door and hallway clearances allow for the unit to get into the kitchen.  The unit ships with the backsplash and side splashes assembled.  The backsplash and side splashes on non-flue and non-waterfall units can be removed with the loosening of two screws and a union.  Flue and waterfall units will need additional work.  More details can be found in the owner’s manual.  Seams need to be resealed with silicone after splash removal.  

Whether or not the unit requires filtered water is at the discretion of dealer/installer/end user based on water conditions on site.  It is highly recommended in areas commonly associated with high turbidity water sources.

Units are to be installed and connected by a licensed plumber. All units come pre-plumbed with single point connections.  An electrical connection is not needed.

    1. 2″ NPT drain connection (copper piping recommended)
    2. 1-1/4″ NPT gas connection (pressure regulator included but not pre-installed)
    3. 1/2″ NPT water connection (pre-plumbed pressure regulator included) Cold or tempered water only

For more details, see the wok quick start guide in our resource center.

Does this have to go under a hood?

Wok ranges are high BTU appliances that typically emit grease laden vapors.  They are required to go under a hood. 

What is the lead time on this unit?

Lead time typically varies from 4-8 weeks based on shop load. Inquire with Town for a more accurate lead time.  Note that lead times will vary day to day.  Expedited options may be available. 

Can I use a stock pot on the wok range?

Town wok ranges with chambers 16″ and larger accept our “T” shape soup pots.  They can be ordered in several variations depending on usage.  Soup pots (SP) have plain rolled edges.  Blanching pots (B) have an overflow spout that allows the pot to drain excess water.  Steaming pots (STM) have an overflow spout and a fill spout to add and/or cycle water in the pot even when covered with steamers.

Round bottom stock pots are also available.

Are flues or chimneys available?

Flues are not available on EcoDeck units.  See our York and MasterRange series wok ranges if flues are required.

What is the product warranty?

Ranges come with Town’s 1 year limited warranty.

Please see our warranty page for further details.

How do I schedule a service call to repair a range?

Initiate equipment repair requests by filling out our repair request form.

Field warranty service is only available for heavy equipment. If the issue is warranty related, Town will need to give approval before any work is done. Invoices for unapproved work will not be honored. Service is covered during normal business hours- Monday to Friday 8AM to 6PM. If it is covered under warranty and parts are needed, we will ship the part to the end user free of charge. Town must be contacted so we can initiate the service call.

In instances of claims which we do not believe are covered, the end user or dealer must call in their own service company. If the service report indicates that it is covered under warranty, it will be reimbursed at the standard labor rate. This is at Town’s sole discretion.

Please see our warranty page for further details.

Does this unit come with a gas pressure regulator?

The range is supplied with the required appliance regulator.  Depending on the gas system, a first stage regulator may be required.  This scenario likely when using high pressure natural gas or propane gas in general.  Confirm with the licensed plumber installing the unit. 

This is a high BTU range and any inline devices and piping upstream of the range must be sized appropriately.  Improper gas systems will result in poor performance.