If you own a restaurant or bakery, you likely understand how important ovens are for your daily operations. If you are looking at replacing your current oven with a new convection oven, it can be difficult to determine which option is best for your needs. That is why the experts at Raimac Industries have outlined what to consider when choosing a convection oven to help you make an informed purchasing decision.
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To ensure that you are choosing the best convection oven for your needs, consider the following factors when examining your options:
Convection ovens are available in countertop and floor-based models, allowing you to choose the perfect unit for your kitchen. Countertop models are compact and easier to fit into small kitchens, making them a great choice for food trucks or quick-serve restaurants. Floor-based models are available in half-size and full-size configurations based on the amount of space you have in your kitchen. These units have more capacity, making them a great choice for conventional restaurants that need to prepare larger dishes. In addition to these types, convection ovens can be powered by natural gas or electricity, allowing you to tailor your choice based on your available connections.
It is crucial to ensure that your new convection oven will fit safely into your kitchen without impeding walkways or blocking other equipment. Convection ovens are available in full-size, half-size, single-deck, double-deck, and standard-depth or deep-depth configurations, allowing you to choose the ideal unit for the amount of space you have. In addition to the space in your kitchen, you will need to ensure that your new convection oven can fit the baking sheets, pans, and other cookware required for your dishes. If a unit fits into your facility but cannot hold your cookware, it will not be able to get the job done properly.
Different dishes will require different cooking methods to ensure optimal quality. If you will be baking or cooking a variety of dishes in your convection oven, you will need to ensure that it can properly handle each dish. Look for options with controllable fans, cook-and-hold features, steaming capabilities, and programmable controls. These features will allow you to maintain a consistently high level of quality across various types of dishes.
To learn more about our selection of convection ovens or to inquire about our other products, get in touch with the experts at Raimac Industries. We can be reached through our online contact form and will be happy to answer any questions you may have regarding our products.
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