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Rack Oven: A Giant And Versatile Baker

Rack ovens are high-capacity commercial ovens that can accommodate one or two entire racks with up to 30 pans. The racks feature heavy-duty casters so that you can load pans with products in advance for a quicker morning bake cycle. You can easily move the rack into the oven. Rack ovens have a gear-driven system to lift the racks before baking so that the items on the bottom racks don't burn. These ovens use convection heat: Electric or gas burners generate hot air, which is then circulated all around the baking chamber through fans to distribute heat consistently. Racks rotate during the baking process to provide perfectly even cooking.

The incredibly high capacity and flexibility make rack ovens an ideal baking solution for busy bakeries, restaurants, and food production facilities. Your baking capacity and potential are almost limitless. You can bake sweet pastries like cookies, muffins, cakes, or croissants all at once. With bread and bagels prepared and placed on the pans the night before, all you need is to wheel the rack into the oven, choose the menu and timing settings, and wait. You can thus spare more time for other tasks. In traditional ovens, you need to take care of loading and unloading each pan separately. A rotating rack oven saves you from the "first-in, first-out" chore.

All rack ovens generate convection heat, but the quality of the heat exchanger makes a difference. It should be powerful enough to circulate the heat evenly, but the airflow should be adjustable to prevent products from drying out. Steam generation is another critical point. Moisture inside the cooking chamber is essential for baking crusty bread or roasting juicy meat. Like heat, steam distribution should also be consistent throughout the oven deck. A self-contained high-volume steam generation system would make a more efficient commercial rack oven. Finally, you can get a rotating rack oven with multiple-step cooking controls and programmability features.

A rotating rack oven is the most versatile and voluminous commercial oven. Get one of these giant ovens at Chef's Deal with affordable financing options from baking equipment giants Doyon and LBC Bakery. You may also wish to check out other commercial ovens to find the best unit for your business.