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Benefits of Light Duty Deck Ovens

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Light Duty Deck Ovens are great for commercial or even residential use, heating a simple pizza to serve a customer or to feed a family. Light duty models are much less intrusive on your space and energy costs, keeping floor space open in any size kitchen for other equipment.

Burkett Restaurant Equipment offers various pizza oven styles to fit your restaurant countertop requirements. We offer deck style, conveyor, and wire rack oven types. Pizza oven door styles include pull down doors, and drawer-style openings that allow for easy rack sliding and product loading and unloading. Our models range from 4,000 watts up to over 10,000 watts, with BTU options ranging from 40,000 BTU up to 150,000 BTU. Electric and gas models are available to meet your commercial kitchen’s specific electrical specifications.

Are you curious about some of the features and benefits of light duty deck ovens? See below for more information.

  • – High quality brushed stainless steel exterior
  • – Durable heating elements provide even heating performance throughout the oven.
  • – Wider oven opening provides more versatility than standard pizza ovens.
  • – Adjustable Temperature Control
  • – Easy set timer.
  • – Heavy duty chrome plated baking rack.
  • – Removable, stamped aluminized steel crumb tray for easy clean-up.
  • – Ergonomically designed and convenient space saving flip-up handle.
  • – Skid-resistant feet.

Blodgett Hydrovection-Convection Cooking With Moisture

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Full Size Gas Hydrovection Oven

The latest buzz in the convection oven industry is being brought to you by Blodgett Oven Company in Burlington, Vermont. They currently have the only continuously humidified convection oven being produced and it’s sure make your baking more efficient and delicious. But what is Hydrovection, and how can it help you save time and money?

The Hydrovection oven has two settings: convection only cooking and Hydrovection at high and low humidity. It’s two ovens in one, somewhere in between convection and Combi, and is conveniently the same size as a standard convection oven. Although you cannot do a steam only cook as with a Combi (you always have to have convection with the moisture), the benefits come without debate. Not only will you see higher yields of 15% over convection cooking, but cooking times will also be reduced. You’ll save both time and money without sacrificing kitchen space. Also, you’ll enjoy the eco-friendly benefits found in the insulation and overall construction and as well as the water saving technology found in the quench system.

Don’t be fooled by the higher price tag-this oven will be paying for itself in no time with ease of use and higher yields. It comes in gas and electric models as well as a half size electric version. You can also upgrade to some pretty handy control options, including but not limited to the SmartTouch which can hold up to 255 recipes and allows for cavity moisture to be changed in accurate 10% increments.

This method of cooking is economical and eco-friendly, in a durable, space-saving machine. With a Blodgett Hydrovection oven, you can cook faster and serve your customers more in less time. A great addition to any kitchen, this equipment will produce for years. Three control options also give you a range of options to meet your cooking needs. Check out our website for all Blodgett hydrovaction ovens today!

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