Imperial Convection Ovens are used for commercial baking and roasting applications. Imperial offers their Convection Ovens in standard and bakery depth models. They can be purchased in gas or electric power. Keep in mind, a gas convection oven will require 120 volt electricity to power the fan. Why a Bakery Depth Convection Oven? When a turning of the product is necessary, a bakery depth oven allows a sheet pan to be turned with ease because there is enough space within the oven to do so. It will eliminate taking the pan out and inserting it back into the oven. Also, this oven allows more space between the product and the oven walls.
Also called a fan-assisted oven or fan oven, a convection oven has fans that circulate hot air to cook the food faster. Unlike a traditional oven which relies on radiated heat from the walls and heating elements a convection oven spreads the heat to cook food. When researching these ovens you may find something called a European convection or true convection oven, which is an oven that has an additional third heating element that heats the air as it exits the fan.
Imperial was founded in 1958 and is a well-known distributor of reliable and affordable maintenance parts and accessories. They’re dedicated to tailoring their services to meet the changing needs of their customers, so you can rest assured they’re a brand to trust. Additionally, Imperial was the first national parts distributor to use bar code technology to innovate order entry and maximize efficiency.
Whether you run a restaurant, manufacturing facility, or cafeteria, Imperial has the parts and supplies your business needs. They offer everything from burner orifices and casters to griddle parts and hinge hardware, and all of their products are made of durable materials. Best of all, Imperial parts and accessories are sold at low prices that make it easy to stock up on what your business needs while still staying under budget.