Restaurant Equipment Spotlight: Southbend Silverstar Convection Oven

One Fat Frog is pleased to introduce you to the Southbend Silverstar Convection Oven. Take a look. Ain’t she perrty?

Southbend Silverstar Convection Oven

This Southbend oven is one of the top models in the industry, and here’s why. It’s a 64” high double deck, which gives you plenty of oven without taking up a lot of space in your kitchen. It also has a lot of power, coming in with 72,000 BTUs per deck. The doors are stainless steel, which makes it more durable and protects against rust, and they include double pane glass that lets you monitor the cooking progress without opening the door and letting heat out. Speaking of heat, you can set the oven temperature from 140 degrees to 500 degrees F.

The Southbend Silverstare convection oven has eleven rack positions and a porcelain enamel interior. Both doors can be opened with a single handle, perfect for when you have your hands full. But let’s back up a second and go over some more basic things, just in case you don’t know much about restaurant equipment and are lost at this point. Here are some frequently asked questions (FAQ):

Is Southbend an Indiana company? Nope, it has nothing to do with the Indiana city that is home to Notre Dame University. However, they are an American company, based in North Carolina.

Why should I use a convection oven? Convection ovens cook faster and more uniformly than radiant ovens. No more hot and cold spots and you’ll save energy.

What is a BTU and why does it matter? BTU stands for British Thermal Unit and is basically just a measurement of energy. The more BTUs your convection oven has, the more cooking power it has. So if you need more power for searing, you need a lot of BTUs. It’s basically the equivalent of your car’s horsepower.

You can get this Southbend Silverstar convection oven in our new 100,000-square-foot warehouse and showroom. Come visit us.

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