Cooking Equipment

Cooking Equipment provides features and benefits of all types of ovens, grills and griddles, cooktops, pots and pans, ranges, rotisseries, steamers and fryers.

How to Know When It’s Time to Replace Your Combi Oven

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.

Ranges

Combi Ovens

Induction Cooktops

Charbroilers and Broilers

Cook and Hold Ovens

Specifying Checklist: Combi Ovens

Combi ovens consolidate the conventional cooking technology of steamers and convection ovens to cook food up to 30 percent faster than convection ovens do. Generally speaking, low-pressure steaming units offer lower operating costs and higher productivity than pressure-less units do in the preparation of single items. This versatility allows foodservice operators to control the moisture level of foods being cooked and substitute for multiple pieces of equipment.

Cooking Equipment: Wood-Fired Ovens

Wood-Fired Ovens

Panini Stations: Panini Proves Popular

Adding panini grill equipment allows an operator to create a signature identity for a sandwich concept and add value for the customer, without the need to retrofit kitchens with extra exhaust hoods and other expensive items.

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