Freezers & Refrigerators. All commercial kitchens require a refrigeration unit of some type. Refrigerating food items prevents them from perishing quickly, preserves freshness, and provides cold food storage space.
Food Preparation Counters. Prep tables, counters, and cutting surfaces are essential to any commercial kitchen and come in various sizes. Choose preparation surfaces made of stainless steel. Stainless steel is sturdy against corrosion, resists attack from food and meat juices, and can withstand the harsh cleaning products used in commercial kitchens.
Slicers are often tasked with cutting meat, cheese, or other foods with speed and precision. If you need to purchase a slicer, consider how often you’ll need to use it. If your slicing is low volume or infrequent, a manual food slicer is a better, less expensive option. However, for larger amounts of food or foods that need to be cut to specific proportions, choose an electric slicer instead. Electric slicers are automatic, which can save you time and labor. Moreover, most electric slicers allow you to turn off the automatic function and operate the machine manually.
Mixers. If your operation involves baking or bread making, a commercial mixer is a mandatory purchase. Just like slicers, it’s important to choose a mixer based on the volume of food you’ll need and how frequently the mixer will be in use.
Ranges. If your commercial operation prepares food over an open flame, you’ll need a kitchen range. The range is the powerhouse of the kitchen, so it’s important to choose one that meets both your cooking and aesthetic needs. Like residential ranges, commercial units can be either gas or electric. If you’d prefer to have visual, responsive cooking experience, purchase a gas range.
Ovens. Most, if not all, ranges come outfitted with an oven. If your operation centers around baked goods, it may be in your best interest to purchase a range with a convection oven setting. Unlike regular ovens, a convection oven has a fan and exhaust system that blows hot air around the food. They are an excellent appliance for roasting, toasting, making pies and cookies, or dehydrating.
Sink. Sinks are vital to any kitchen because they provide running water as well as washing space for food and dishes. Local health authorities typically require commercial kitchens to install a triple-sink wash station and a commercial dishwashing unit.
Shelving. Appropriate shelving can provide an ideal solution for storing various appliances in your kitchen as well as perishable and nonperishable foods. Moreover, having an organized storage system will help streamline your kitchen operation. Shelves and racks come in a variety of sizes and materials to satisfy your aesthetic preferences and storage needs.
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