The service life for braising pans/tilting skillets is between 7 and 10 years on average, but it can be as few as 3 years and as many as 20 years, depending on a variety of factors.
Operators should first determine their needs and volume prior to choosing a tilting skillet/braising pan for prep use. These versatile units are typically for high-volume use since large batches can be prepared at one time. Operators can use tilting skillets to replace other pieces of equipment, including grills, stoves and steamers.
Groen braising pans come in gas and electric versions that can braise, roast, boil, pan-fry, grill, sauté, steam and hold food items. Each unit features 3-inch radius coved corners, which make it easier to move food inside the pan and makes cleanup easier by eliminating corner buildup.
A deck oven is a crucial piece of baking equipment for pizza operations as well as restaurants needing quick baking. While these ovens tend to take up more real estate in a kitchen or bakery and require skilled bakers to operate, a deck oven’s ability to produce many baked products around the clock makes it an invaluable addition to many commercial kitchens.