Cooking Equipment

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Rapid-cook ovens have been in use for more than two decades and represent a popular choice among operators looking to cook complicated menu items quickly as well as for reheating a variety of items in limited footprints.

The service life for commercial microwaves varies, depending on use. In high use applications, microwave ovens typically have an average service life of between 5 and 7 years.

For operators looking for speed and versatility, rapid-cook ovens not only save space but they also are convenient, affordable and easy to use.

Microwave ovens can work in operations of all sizes and do not require hoods.

Induction cooktops are a good solution for operations that need an easy, mobile cooking surface. Though their operation is straightforward, kitchen staffers need to follow some guidelines to keep them operating properly.

Due to their small size and versatility, microwaves have become a staple in many operations.