convection oven


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convection oven

[kən′vek·shən ‚əv·ən]
(engineering)
An oven containing a fan that continuously circulates hot air around the food being prepared.
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more than $8,200 for two double convection ovens and a commercial-sized cooler;
The company is now offering the flexible Blodgett SHO-E Convection Oven at industry-low pricing.
Featuring an impressive 24-litre capacity oven, the All-in-One has an advanced 1300W convection oven, which cooks fast, efficiently and saves energy.
Baxter's Hybrid Convection Oven combines the best features of the company's rotating rack oven and a traditional convection oven in a small footprint.
The wider convection oven can accommodate two rows of baking trays, positioned side-by-side, effectively doubling the throughput capabilities of the one-pan-wide model.
The company then joined forces with the University of Chile and developed a large-scale convection oven that used hot air to toast staves and chips.
based Alto-Shaam's Platinum Series gas and electric convection oven models are now available in a 12-pan capacity.
The pizza is made in a convection oven, and it has a bready, thick crust that doesn't seem fully baked, not much tomato sauce, and not a lot of cheese.
It works best when cooked in a convection oven, but it can be made in a conventional oven or, as you see, on the stove top.
Food cooks approximately 25% to 30% more quickly in a convection oven, according to experts.
If the time or required temperature varies in a convection oven, we note that in the recipe; likewise, if a dish is not suited to convection, we advise using a regular oven.
After building, the mold must be dried in a convection oven at 200C for a few hours (length is dependent upon size).