Electrical switch issue

In the kitchen I have an MK Grid Switch this has a nice neatly labelled switch for each of kitchen fixed appliances.
The Oven (not hob) is a 20A DP switch and is fed from a dedicated 20A radial cct on 4mm2 cable Grid switch feeds to an MK5045 cooker wiring point
Oven is being replaced with a Neff U1ACE2HN0B and information is that it is rated at 5.9kw ..... which to me says 26A
I can't find a Grid switch higher than 20A ..... I know I could increase breaker to 32A ... but would then need higher capacity grid switch
Anybody any suggestions ?
So far only thought is I would need to put a link in bypassing the GRID switch (and fit a blanking plate) and put a DP cooker switch instead of MK5045 connection point. Unless anyone else has a better idea.
If my idea is the option what in neatest way to 'bridge' the 4mm t&e ... use WAGO lever connectors ... https://www.tlc-direct.co.uk/Products/WA412.html They are good for 32A or WAGO push connectors rated at 40A https://www.tlc-direct.co.uk/Products/WA412.html
Anybody experience of using these ? which is easiest to use ... or is there a better way
Connection will be within confines of the 'back box' so all still protected.
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The 2nd product code link should have been: https://www.tlc-direct.co.uk/Products/WA173.html
Not used either so unsure which is easiest to use.
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On 28/08/2019 19:48, rick wrote:

I suppose you could use the existing grid switch to switch a contactor or relay, and have that switch the oven.

For applications like this, the non lever type are quick and easy.

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On Wednesday, 28 August 2019 19:48:13 UTC+1, rick wrote:

apply diversity
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On 29/08/2019 09:49, snipped-for-privacy@gmail.com wrote:

How does diversity help with a switch, can you be sure its not going to switch the 26A and weld the contacts?
Its not like heating of cables which is averaged over time its an instantaneous event.
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On 29/08/2019 14:13, dennis@home wrote:

Not only that, for a fixed appliance like an oven, double pole switching capable of proper (i.e. >= 3mm contact gap) isolation would be appropriate.
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On 29/08/2019 15:13, John Rumm wrote:

I would be surprised if a 20A DP grid switch did not have 3mm separation.
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On 29/08/2019 19:03, ARW wrote:

I was assuming it was SP, but that is possibly an assumption too far.
(still don't fancy a ~6kW load on it though!)
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