When to Replace: Dual Technology Ovens

When to Replace - Foodservice Equipment & Supplies

May 17, 2011

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Dual technology ovens use multiple energies that include impingement heating, high-speed vectored air or a combination of impingement, microwave and radiant heating. This process provides added speed, flexibility and consistency.
When properly maintained, dual technology ovens typically have a service life of between five and seven years. Although there is no steadfast rule for replacement, there are a few signs that may signify an oven has reached the end of its service life.

 

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Dual technology ovens are generally pre-programmed, which makes it easier to achieve desired food temperatures when cooking consistent items. Here are some of the most common uses for this equipment.
Dual technology oven maintenance is not complicated. Still, regular cleaning and preventative maintenance is recommended in order to increase the service life of these units.

 

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Dual technology ovens are not typically customizable. As a result, operators purchase these units based on size and features. Here are a number of factors foodservice operators and their supply chain partners should consider when specifying a dual technology oven.
Although dual technology ovens are not Energy Star rated, these units are energy efficient by design.