Cooking Equipment provides features and benefits of all types of ovens, grills and griddles, cooktops, pots and pans, ranges, rotisseries, steamers and fryers.
Like all equipment, ranges need to be regularly maintained and serviced. When taken care of properly, these units provide a long, safe service life.
A range is a piece of equipment that's common to most operations. And, at its most basic level, each foodservice operator uses their range for the same purpose: they need the heat it generates to cook food. As a result, specifying a range boils down to three distinct areas: features, efficiencies and labor. The importance of each area tends to differ dramatically on a case by case basis.
Foodservice operators that take proper care of their combi ovens can generate a long service life from these multi-function pieces of foodservice equipment.
Combi ovens are complex pieces of equipment that, if treated right, can last for long periods of time. Here are four signs a combi oven might need replacing.