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  • August 25th, 2021

    Commercial toasters are used to toast not just bread, but a variety of items such as bagels, english muffins, buns, frozen waffles, and many other types of bread products. There are 3 types of toasters that are the most popular: Pop-up, Conveyor, and Toaster Ovens. The right toaster for you and your commercial establishment will depend upon several factors that include the types of bread products best suited to the toaster, as well as the toaster's speed, toasting capacity, electricity usage and spatial requirements. Look at the options below to see how they stack up against your needs to narrow down your search:

    Pop-Up Toasters:

    A pop-up toaster is the perfect piece of equipment for any cafe, bakery, or small sandwich shop that has low-volume toasting needs. They are popular for smaller establishments that have low production needs and because they are easy to use and maintain. Thanks to their compact size, these products won’t take up much room in your prep area. Pop-up toasters also come in light, medium, and heavy-duty options, so you can be sure to find the one that best fits your needs. The capacities of commercial pop-up toasters can range from fifty to hundreds of slices per hour with an electricity requirement typically of 120 volts. Most commercial pop-up toasters have two or four slots into which the bread is dropped and heated.

    Conveyor Toasters:

    A commercial conveyor toaster is designed to keep bread, buns, bagels, and more traveling slowly on a conveyor belt through a heated section for consistent and fast toasting. The product is loaded into a feed area in the front of the unit and is drawn back into the heating chamber using a conveyor belt. After being toasted by heating elements located above and below the belt, your product falls down a slanted chute into a collection area. If you operate a breakfast buffet, catering business, or a busy restaurant, a conveyor toaster is a great option for your business. If counter space is an issue, some commercial conveyor toasters come available in vertical models for a smaller footprint.

    Toaster Ovens:

    A commercial countertop convection toaster oven delivers even and efficient cooking results to restaurants with limited floor space. These portable convection toaster ovens are equipped with a fan that circulates hot air in the oven cavity around food. These toaster ovens can be used for many foods other than bread. This design helps food to cook evenly and consistently in less time. Ideal for on-demand cooking, these ovens will reduce cooking time without sacrificing quality, helping you increase your kitchen's output. Ideal for any restaurant, cafeteria, buffet, or catering business.

    Choosing the Right Commercial Toaster

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