All types of restaurants have applications for microwaves, from quick-service operations to casual and even fine dining.
Microwaves are typically used in conjunction with other cooking equipment to enhance speed of service.
Typical commercial foodservice applications include single-portion and bulk reheating, steaming and boost heating, in addition to cooking and defrosting. Vegetables and seafood are two foods that are ideal for microwaves.
These units work well when used with foods that are moist, such as vegetables and pasta.
Not so typical microwave applications include non-commercial food applications, such as drying out chemicals, sand, rubber and wood.
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