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Oven Accessories

Oven Accessories with a robust and working commercial oven in your restaurant or café you’ll also need to consider relevant Oven to include with your purchase.

These parts include stainless steel oven stands for holding, steel hoods for protection and insulation, deck legs for sturdiness, trolleys with trays and legs with castors for easy movements around your commercial kitchen.

All of our commercial parts, tools and extras are composed with heavy duty components, which means that you’ll get your great use for each new accessory that is bought Federal Hospitality Equipment.

Using oven parts and accessories eases the use

of your commercial during those busy hours and adds versatile functionality to a staple piece within our cooking equipment range.

Convection Oven Sizes

        • Floor model and countertop convection ovens come available in a vast range of sizes in terms of overall dimensions, interior capacity, and deck number. You will likely consider this facet of the purchasing process at the same time, or right after, settling on the utility. Carefully measure your available space and consider your volume output Federal Hospitality Equipment
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    • Full or Half Size: Full size ovens, whether they be floor models or countertop, typically hold five or more standard 18″ x 26″ sheet pans. These sizes are the most common variety. Half size ovens are aimed toward lower-volume operations, as their interiors usually hold one or more half-sized 18″ x 13″ sheet pans.
    • Single or Double Deck: Single deck ovens provide a moderate amount of cooking space for lower-volume kitchens, and they’re often economical from a space perspective. When talking about floor models, single decks often have space underneath, which allow for placement of other accessories, equipment, and storage. Double deck ovens are perfect for kitchens with high output demands, as you can place double-digit cooking racks inside simultaneously. They are bigger in size, however, and that might make it more difficult to accommodate.
    • Standard or Deep Depth: If your demands are consistently high, you might benefit from upgrading to a deep depth convection oven. Also referred to as a “bakery depth,” this variation has an interior cavity that’s 4″ deeper than standard versions, and that seemingly small distance can make the world of difference for some facilities. Deep depth ovens allow you to load pans in left-to-right or front-to-back positions for improved air flow and adaptability. Take note that these units do jut out from the wall more, which demand a modified, overhanging exhaust system.

We supply high-quality Oven Accessories straight
from our very own product line in Melbourne, Sydney,
Brisbane, Perth, Adelaide, Darwin, Gold Coast, Newcastle,
Canberra, Wollongong, Sunshine Coast, Geelong, Townsville,
Cairns, Toowoomba, Albury-Wodonga, Ballarat, Bendigo,
Mandurah, Mackay, Burnie-Devonport, Latrobe Valley,
Rockhampton, Bunbury, undaberg, Hervey Bay, Wagga Wagga,
Coffs Harbour, Gladstone Mildura, Shepparton, Tamworth,
Port Macquarie, Orange, Dubbo, Geraldton, Nowra-Bomaderry.

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