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Impingement Ovens or Conveyor Ovens? What's the Difference?

In this post, we’re going to talk a little more about ovens.  Specifically, we’re going to talk more about the differences between impingement ovens and conveyor ovens. On the surface, the two seem very much the same.

Both the impingement oven and the conveyor oven bring the raw food into the oven through the use of a conveyor belt.  However the impingement oven evenly distributes hot air throughout the oven’s chamber for faster cooking times.  They are much like convection ovens in that respect, except they run on a conveyor belt. A good impingement oven can give you:

  • Faster bake times
  • Uniform baking
  • Near-elimination of burning food

The impingement oven is able to cook the same things as the standard conveyor oven, but much faster. They can handle anything that you would normally cook in a conveyor oven including:

  • Calzones
  • Bread Sticks
  • Pizza
  • Pastries
  • Cookies
  • Hot Sandwiches
  • Hot Wings

If you’re able to lay your food flat, then you’re able to cook it in impingement ovens. Consider getting one for your restaurant if you need to cook things fast, like in a high-volume or on-demand fast food restaurant.

2014-09-04 00:00:00
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