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.

Grill & Griddle Applications

Grills and griddles are primary pieces of equipment in commercial kitchens that perform a variety of cooking tasks.

How to Know When to Replace Grills & Griddles

When properly maintained, grills and griddles can last 10 years or more. However, here are four issues that indicate replacement may be necessary.

Grills & Griddles: An Overview

Grills have heat sources located below the cooking grate and food, while griddle controls determine how much thermal energy is stored.

Grills and Griddles

Grills and griddles are major pieces of cooking equipment that many restaurant operators use to cook signature dishes. Grills, in particular, provide a flavor profile that other types of cooking equipment cannot replicate.

Energy Efficiency and Microwaves

Microwaves are energy efficient by design.

Spec Check: Microwave

Due to varying sizes, wattages and capabilities, it is important for operators to do their homework before choosing a microwave.

Maintaining a Microwave

Microwaves are simple units that require minimal maintenance. Still, there are steps operators can follow to prolong the service life of these units.

Microwave Applications

All types of restaurants have applications for microwaves, from quick-service operations to casual and even fine dining.

How to Know When to Replace a Microwave

While some units from the 1970s remain in use, the typical service life for a microwave oven is about 2,500 hours. A number of signs will signify that a microwave may need replacing.

Microwaves: An Overview

Commercial microwave ovens can be one of the most indispensable and frequently used pieces of equipment in the kitchen.

The Importance of Ventilation and Exhaust Service

With foodservice operators looking at every dollar, there is a tendency to prolong or forego necessary maintenance and service. In the case of ventilation and exhaust systems, this mistake may not only be costly, but could also be deadly.

 

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