Ovens

Ovens cover a broad range of equipment pieces and include combi, deck, cook and hold, microwave and convection.

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A good combi oven can easily cost an operator tens of thousands of dollars. That sort of investment is worth protecting with regular care, cleaning and maintenance. Here are a few tips to keeping combis up and running.

Range/oven combinations are found in many operations, and staff use them for everything from cooking bacon, making baked goods, producing soups and sauces, and sauteing proteins and pasta. Here are a few tips to keeping your range/oven in good working order.

While they’re best known for cooking pizzas, operators can also use conveyor ovens to produce breadsticks, baked goods and even proteins like chicken breasts and hamburger patties. Here are a few tips to keeping conveyor ovens in good working order.

To ensure a long and productive service life, operators should follow manufacturer recommendations for cleaning and maintaining their combi ovens. In general, operators should rinse their combi units daily and thoroughly clean this equipment weekly.

When deciding whether to purchase a combi oven, begin by assessing the menu to ensure the equipment can handle the operation’s cooking needs and volume. Two stacked combi ovens will provide more cooking versatility than a larger, single unit.

Versatility represents one key attribute that often makes combi ovens attractive to high-volume foodservice operators.

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