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Commercial Microwaves Save Time and Money

Updated on August 21, 2014

Save Money on Commercial Microwaves for Business or Home

Welcome to the Best Commercial Microwaves Review. Commercial equipment is essential for any business in the food service industry and is marked with UL listed or NSF certified rating per the industry standard.

As a retired restaurant owner, we know you want to spend your hard earned money on equipment that is heavy duty, quality made, built to last, works fast and cooks evenly for the best price available.

Here you'll find the top rated Best Commercial Microwaves with 1000 watts and 1700 watts of power with all the features that make them the best for restaurants, hotels, colleges, institutions, caterers, hospitals and any business in the food service industry or even your home!

You'll find higher watts of power but, in the 17 years of restaurant ownership in our 250 seat restaurant, we've never needed higher power and you probably won't either. Read on to find out which one we chose for our business. Oftentimes, offices and even homeowners search for commercial grade equipment for the benefits that commercial equipment offers.

(image of Panasonic 1700 Watt Commercial Microwave courtesy of amazon.com and featured below)

Best Commercial Microwave Review - 4.5 Star Rating on this Panasonic NE-1054F Commercial 1000watt Stainless Steel Microwave

I love the rubberized feet on this unit that lifts it off the surface for easy cleaning underneath it, prevents it from moving around and also helps the air flow. Any time is the right time to beef up your commercial grade equipment and if it's the holiday season, I hope you're prepared for the rush of customers coming your way. Don't disappoint them by slow service due to your ineffective equipment!

Panasonic NE-1054F Stainless 1000W 0.8 Cu. Ft. Commercial Microwave Oven with 10 Programmable Memory and Touch Screen Control
Panasonic NE-1054F Stainless 1000W 0.8 Cu. Ft. Commercial Microwave Oven with 10 Programmable Memory and Touch Screen Control

- 6 power levels

- 1000 watts of power

- Commercial NSF grade microwave

- Easy to open handle (no buttons to push)

- 20 Pre-programmable menu items

- Touch pad controls are really easy to use

- Accurate cooking time

- Braille function

- Double quantity button

- Cooks up to 99 minutes

- Stainless steel

- Rubber feet reduce counter top marring

- Interior light

- Great for office lunches, reheats, waitstaff will love how easy and efficient the Panasonic commercial microwave is to use.

 

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The Most Important Features to Look for in Commercial Equipment - Buying Guide for the Best Commercial Microwaves:

  • NSF Certified Commercial
  • 1000 watts of power or more
  • Stainless steel construction
  • Various power levels
  • Programmable menu items
  • Various cooking stages
  • Multiple items cooking
  • Ease of use and cleaning

The ACP by Amana - offers a full 1800 watts of power

10 programmable menu items at the ready. Fast food service businesses love this machine for the rapid and accurate cook times to get those subs heated, burritos cooked fully, fish sandwiches, soups and so much more.

Accelerated Cooking Products RFS18TS Touch Panel Commercial Microwave Oven, Amana RFS Restaurant Line Series, 1800W
Accelerated Cooking Products RFS18TS Touch Panel Commercial Microwave Oven, Amana RFS Restaurant Line Series, 1800W

This unit is stackable and loaded with heavy duty features you'll love for your own business.

 

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