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Buying A Commercial Convection Oven

Updated on January 18, 2013

Setting Up A Restaurant :: Convection Ovens Should Be Included In Your Startup Costs

The investment of appliances required to run a successful food preparation business is a major part of the business start up costs. It is also important to be sure to make the right choices when shopping for these items.

An appliance that is needed for any type of food preparation business is a convection oven, they can be used by restaurants, pubs, cafes, and bakeries. No matter the type of business, there are restaurant equipment convection ovens to meet every need, big or small.

A convection oven is an oven that uses circulated forced air that moves the heat around the oven, while maintaining a consistent temperature and thoroughly cooking the food. Commercial convection ovens cook food faster, utilize less energy, and cook foods at the same temperatures available with a full size oven.

Keep in mind that it may take some time for you to get used to cooking with a convection oven because they cook with a much dryer heat than a standard oven, so you will keep a close eye on the food so as not to over cook it.

A professional convection oven is much more costly than a standard oven, but they are so energy efficient, the extra expense is made up in the savings on utility bills. There are other benefits to the use of a convection oven especially when bout from a decent restaurant supplies company.

Food cooks faster in this type of oven with the use of lower temperatures and because food is prepared at lower temperatures it has a much better taste. Meats stay juicier, cakes, cookies, and brownies stay moist, a higher quality of food is the main advantage to the use of a convection ovens. Since the temperatures of the convection oven remain constant, it is possible to prepare several types of food at one time, a feature you will not find in a standard oven.

Last, but not least, knowing how to properly care for and maintain your convection oven is very important in prolonging its life. One important thing to keep in mind is to, promptly wipe spills from the oven as soon as they happen. Keeping spills wiped up will ensure that the inside of the oven does not rust or corrode. If you follow the owner’s manual for your commercial convection oven, and follow their suggestions for proper use, care and maintenance, then your will be able to protect your investment, while getting may years of use out of this great appliance.

Commercial Convection Ovens
Commercial Convection Ovens


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