A Guide to Choosing Commercial Refrigeration

A Guide to Choosing Commercial Refrigeration

Depending on the type of unit you’re purchasing, there are likely a few options in terms of size and capacity available. There are a few ways to categorize the size/capacity of a unit:


A Guide to Choosing Convection Ovens

A Guide to Choosing Convection Ovens

When choosing your convection oven, you’ll first need to ask yourself a few questions:

 

A Guide to Choosing Fryers

A Guide to Choosing Fryers

Tube-shaped gas heating elements are permanently affixed to the fry pot, giving this type of fryer more versatility.


A Guide to Choosing Steamers

A Guide to Choosing Steamers

Choosing between different models and sizes of steamers should be based on the amount of food you plan to cook within the cavity at once. In addition, you’ll need to consider the space accommodations allotted for your steamer, as one model may consume a footprint within your kitchen while another can sit comfortably on top of a shelving unit. 


A Guide to Choosing Griddles

A Guide to Choosing Griddles

Griddles are a type of range with a flat top, allowing for even heat distribution which makes it ideal for cooking items directly on the surface.


A Guide to Choosing Blast Chillers

A Guide to Choosing Blast Chillers

Reason for blast chilling or shock freezing : This guide won’t delve into the reasons to own a blast chiller which is reasonably well addressed here, and more details here. Let’s suffice to say that products that have been rapidly chilled will likely hold 2-3 days longer and taste better when rethermalized. Also, if you wish to refrigerate freshly cooked food, it can get contaminated while cooling down in a cooler. So whether you’re saving labor by cooking items in bulk or preparing for a catering event, Blast chillers can be very effective.


A Guide to Choosing Charbroilers

Charbroilers generally operate at temperatures of 550 degrees and up, regardless of make, model, or manufacturer. Burners are separated at widths of 12”-15” apart (with pricier models having more burners/width), and unlike a griddle, the cooktop has slats to give items that classic grillmark appearance.





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