What are the Different Types of Commercial Convection Ovens?

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commercial countertop convection ovenWith designs to cater to all kitchen sizes, commercial convection ovens are available as countertop models, or full and half-size floor models. Let’s take a look at what each size has to offer:

Countertop Convection Oven Models

  • Ideal for smaller establishments, such as convenience stores and quick service restaurants with little to no floor space for an oven.
  • Easy installation with no overhead vent requirements.
  • Electric power supply for easy plug-in installation and portability.
  • Variety of interior capacity ranging from four 9.5″ x 13″ cookie trays to eleven 13″x18″ half-size sheet pans.
  • Model sizes vary from 18″to 36″ wide (left to right) and 17″ to 34″ deep (front to back.)

Floor Convection Oven Models

floor model commercial convection ovenHalf-Size

  • Suitable for light duty applications and food products such as cookies, pastries, appetizers, or in any application where a full size oven won’t physically fit or menu and volume dictate a smaller oven.
  • Sizes vary from 24″ to 36″ wide (left to right) and 30″ to 36″ deep (front to back.)
  • Available with gas and electric power.
  • Variety of interior capacity ranging from 5 to 22, 13″x18″ half size sheet pans.

Full-Size

  • Excellent fit for high-volume kitchens serving up to +/-250 servings per meal of roasted meat and vegetables, breads or large batch recipes.
  • Full-size units have the capacity to hold 10 to 26, 18″ x 26″ full-size sheet pans.
  • Model sizes vary from 36″ to 42″ wide (left to right) and 36″ to 40″ deep (front to back.)
  • Available with gas and electric power.

full-size convection oven

Bakery-depth

  • Ideal for high-volume caterers and bakeries or hotel kitchens with extra floor space to accommodate the large foot print of this oven.
  • Bakery-depth units have the capacity to hold 22 to 28, 18″ x 26″full-size sheet pans and 44 to 56 13″x18″ half-size sheet pans.
  • Model sizes vary from 40″ to 75″ wide (left to right) and 42″ to 54″ deep (front to back.)
  • Available with gas and electric power.
  • Suitable for high-volume bakeries and food-service operations.

 

 

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