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JennAir JDRP430WP vs GE Monogram ZDP304NPSS 30 Inch Pro Dual Fuel Ranges

Steve Sheinkopf  |  December 16, 2014  |  3 Min. Read

Jenn-Air  |  Professional Ranges  |  GE Monogram  |  Professional Cooking

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Jenn-Air and Monogram are two well known brands of professional gas ranges. Jenn-Air is owned by Whirlpool Corporation and Monogram is owned by General Electric, both are recognized as the elite brand within each of their parent companies. Both are very different ranges.


Jenn-Air was an independent company primarily manufacturing downdrafts. They languished when purchased by Maytag in the late 1980s. New corporate parent, Whirlpool, invested 300 million dollars about 3 years ago in Jenn-Air specifically in cooking, more specifically in wall ovens and professional ranges. Their 30 inch pro is their best selling piece. This new range has high output burners with a max of 20,000 BTUs, a great clock/oven control as well as dual convection.

GE Monogram

Monogram is the highest end of the GE corporation and is primarily sold through their builder channel. Monogram has been around since the late 1980s. At first, the products were manufactured by DCS and Fisher Paykel. Their current products are manufactured in Louisville by GE. Their current specification has not really changed over the years.

Jenn-Air JDRP430WP vs Monogram ZDP304NPSS Comparison

jennair 30 inch pro range JDRP430WP


ge monogram 30 inch pro range ZDP304NPSS

Jenn-Air JDRP430WP$4899.00
less $150 current mail-in rebate

  • Dual-Fan Convection: Two fans that distribute heat evenly throughout the oven.
  • High Output Burners: One 20K & two 15k btu burners, all of which are great for searing or boiling water fast.
  • Auto Convection Conversion: Converts your recipes cooking times & temperatures to convection settings, this will cook faster & more evenly.
  • 7 Inch Color LCD Display: Touch screen allows you to easily change oven temperatures & cooking times.
  • 4.1 Cubic Ft Oven Capacity: Large capacity allows you to cook several dishes at once.
  • Sealed Burners: Allows easy clean up of drips & spills.
  • Oven Probe: Takes the guesswork out of cooking foods to the exact temperature.
  • Free $1299 Dishwasher with purchase

GE Monogram ZDP304NPSS - $5900.00

  • Convection Oven: Single fan distributes heat throughout the oven.
  • High Output Burner: One 18k btu burner, great for searing or boiling water fast.
  • 5.30 Cubic Ft Oven Capacity: Large capacity allows you to cook several dishes at once.
  • Dual-Flame Stacked Burners: Sealed burner that gives you a range of high & low heat settings.
  • Oven Probe: Takes the guesswork out of cooking foods to the exact temperature.
  • Reversible Burner Grates: Flat on one side, contoured on the other to accommodate round bottom woks.


  • Oven: GE is larger, but it does protrude into the kitchen for the added size. Jenn-Air has twin convection for more even baking than Monograms single fan. Jenn-Airs Auto Convection is also a big advantage automatically converting a regular recipe to convection without guesswork
  • Burners: The newer Jenn-Air is hotter with one 20,000 BTU and two 15,000 BTU. Monogram has only one high powered burner rated at 18,000 BTU.
  • Price/Rebates: They both have rebate programs. Jenn-Air will offer a $1200 dishwasher free with the purchase of a range. Monogram offers a $1,000 discount with the purchase of two other appliances.

Whirlpool's 300 million investment looks like it has paid least in this comparison.

Additional Resources

For more information about pro ranges, read the Yale Pro Cooking Buyers Guide with features, specs and insider buying tips. Well over 20,000 people have read a Yale Guide.


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Steve Sheinkopf

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