Checking the dimensional information is important for all kitchen implements. It helps determine the layout of your appliances to allow for the optimum utilization of available space. For conveyor toasters, you will also want to check the size of the opening, especially the height, to determine the maximum thickness of product that will fit inside the toaster. Many conveyor toasters are designed with larger opening that allow you toast thicker products like Texas toast or even sandwich halves.
Lastly, when shopping for a conveyor toaster, you may also want to look for one with an adjustable conveyor speed. Changing the conveyor speed will affect the number of slices you can produce in an hour, but it also allows you to easily adjust the toasting or browning level of the final product. If your breads are coming out burnt or not evenly toasted, speeding up or slowing down the conveyor is an easy way alleviate this problem, and it allows you to evenly toast a variety of products with just one simple adjustment.