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This type of pint-sized oven is a great solution for cramped kitchens that need the power of convection without a big footprint and for operations that want to supplement a floor model. Providing heating power similar to those larger units in a design that takes up only a few square feet on a stand or table, these are available in a number of sizes and power ratings. More ▾
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Waring WCO500X Half-Size Countertop Convection Oven, 120v/1ph
  • Waring WCO500X Half-Size Countertop Convection Oven, 120v/1ph
  • SKU: 141-WCO500
  • Commercial Convection Oven, countertop, 23'W x 23"D x 15"H, electric, 1/2 size, die-cast manual control knobs, 150-500F temperature range, holds (4) half-size sheet pans (not included), (3) baking racks & (1) half-size sheet pan included, double-wall glass oven door, stainless steel construction, 120v/60/1-ph, 1700 watts, 14 amp, NEMA 5-15 plug, ETLus, NSF, UL
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Star Manufacturing CCOH3 Half-Size Countertop Convection Oven, 120v/1ph
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Equipex FC60/1 Half-Size Countertop Convection Oven, 208-240v/1ph
  • Equipex FC60/1 Half-Size Countertop Convection Oven, 208-240v/1ph
  • SKU: 569-FC60120
  • Sodir Ariel Convection Oven, electric, 1/2 size, single-deck, 570ŠF thermostatic controls with 120 min. timer, rear fan, (4) 13"x18" wire shelves, stainless steel construction, double glass door, internal light, 208/240v/60/1-ph, 13.0/15.0 amps, 3.3 kW, NEMA 6-20P, UL
$1,139.40
Cadco OV013 Half-Size Countertop Convection Oven, 120v/1ph
  • Cadco OV013 Half-Size Countertop Convection Oven, 120v/1ph
  • SKU: 516-OV013
  • Convection Oven, electric, countertop, 1.34 cubic feet, half-size, 175-500 F, time & temperature manual controls, end of cooking cycle buzzer, (3) shelves, holds (3) 1/2 size sheet pans, insulated double wall cool-touch glass door, heavy-duty stainless steel construction, 120v/60/1ph, 1450w, 12A, NEMA 5-15P, NSF, MET to UL
$960.00
Equipex FC-33/1 Half-Size Countertop Convection Oven, 120v/1ph
  • Equipex FC-33/1 Half-Size Countertop Convection Oven, 120v/1ph
  • SKU: 569-FC331
  • Sodir Convection Oven/Broiler, electric, countertop, single-deck, 480ŠF thermostatic controls, 2 quartz heating elements overhead, separate convection & broiling modes, drip tray, (3) wire racks, aluminum bake pan, stainless steel construction, 120v/60/1-ph, 15.0 amps, 1.7 kW, NEMA 5-15P, UL
$921.60
Equipex FC261 Quarter-Size Countertop Convection Oven, 120v/1ph
  • Equipex FC261 Quarter-Size Countertop Convection Oven, 120v/1ph
  • SKU: 569-FC261
  • Sodir Convection Oven, electric, countertop, single-deck, 480ŠF thermostatic controls with 120 min. timer, rear fan, (2) wire racks, aluminum bake pan, stainless steel construction, safety glass door with handle, 120v/60/1-ph, 15.0 amps, 1.7 kW, NEMA 5-15P, UL
$606.00
Waring WCO250X Quarter-Size Countertop Convection Oven, 120v/1ph
  • Waring WCO250X Quarter-Size Countertop Convection Oven, 120v/1ph
  • SKU: 141-WCO250
  • Commercial Convection Oven, countertop, 21'W x 19"D x 12"H, electric, 1/4 size, die-cast manual control knobs, 150-500F temperature range, holds (3) quarter-size sheet pans (not included), (2) baking racks & (1) quarter-size sheet pan included, double-wall glass oven door, stainless steel construction, 120v/60/1-ph, 1700 watts, 14 amp, NEMA 5-15 plug, ETLus, NSF, UL
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Adcraft COQ-1750W Quarter-Size Countertop Convection Oven, 120v/1ph
  • Adcraft COQ-1750W Quarter-Size Countertop Convection Oven, 120v/1ph
  • SKU: 122-COQ1750W
  • Convection Oven, quarter size, countertop, electric, (3) quarter size sheet pan capacity, 3-1/2" spacing, 120 - 480 temp. range, manual controls, 120 minute timer, double wall glass door, stainless steel constructed, 120v/60/1-ph, 14.5 amps, 1750 watts, NEMA 5-15P, CE, NSF
$295.61
Cadco OV-003 Quarter-Size Countertop Convection Oven, 120v/1ph
  • Cadco OV-003 Quarter-Size Countertop Convection Oven, 120v/1ph
  • SKU: 516-OV003
  • Convection Oven, electric, countertop, .83 cubic feet, quarter-size, 175-500 F, time & temperature manual controls, end of cooking cycle buzzer, (3) shelves, holds (3) 1/4 size sheet pans, insulated double wall cool-touch glass door, heavy-duty stainless steel construction, 120v/60/1ph, 1450w, 12A, NEMA 5-15 plug, NSF, MET to UL
$639.00
Cadco XAF193 Full-Size Countertop Convection Oven, 208/240v/1ph
  • Cadco XAF193 Full-Size Countertop Convection Oven, 208/240v/1ph
  • SKU: 516-XAF193
  • LineChef Rosella Heavy-Duty Convection Oven, electric, countertop, 3.85 cu ft., holds (4) full size sheet pans (not included), (4) shelves, 175-500 F, time & temperature manual controls, 60 minute timer or continuous on, interior halogen light, insulated double wall cool-touch glass door, includes electro valve for direct water connection, heavy-duty black/brushed stainless steel construction, 208-240v/60/1-ph, 5600 watts, 23.3 amps, NEMA L6-30P, NSF, MET to UL & CSA standards
$2,394.00
Adcraft COH-2670W Half-Size Countertop Convection Oven, 220v/1ph
  • Adcraft COH-2670W Half-Size Countertop Convection Oven, 220v/1ph
  • SKU: 122-COH2670W
  • Convection Oven, half size, countertop, electric, 4 half-size sheet pan capacity, 3" spacing, 120 - 570 temp. range, manual controls, 120 minute timer, double wall glass door, interior light, stainless steel constructed, 220v/60/1-ph, 12 amps, 2670 watts, NEMA 6-20P, CE, NSF
$526.01
Equipex FC60 Half-Size Countertop Convection Oven, 208-240v/1ph
  • Equipex FC60 Half-Size Countertop Convection Oven, 208-240v/1ph
  • SKU: 569-FC60
  • Sodir Ariel Convection Oven, electric, 1/2 size, single-deck, 570ŠF thermostatic controls with 120 min. timer, rear fan, (4) 13"x18" wire shelves, stainless steel construction, double glass door, internal light, 208/240v/60/1-ph, 13.0/15.0 amps, 3.3 kW, NEMA 6-20P, UL
$1,139.40
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Convection ovens can deliver faster cooking times than conventional ovens because they use fans to force heated air around the cooking chamber. This feature helps break up the “cold halo” that surrounds food as it cooks. It also distributes heat more evenly, so there are fewer cold spots throughout the baking chamber, providing more consistent results and doing away with the need for rotating food during cooking.

Pan Size and Capacity

Pan capacity will likely be one of the most significant numbers for you to consider, as it will determine how much you can bake in your oven at one time. Get an idea of how many pans worth of products you'd like to bake in one batch and make that a key factor to consider while you shop. The max pan size that your oven accepts is also something to consider. These ovens will often accept half-size pans and smaller, while there is a selection that can accept full-size pans. The smallest ones can only accept quarter-size pans and smaller.

BTU and Watt Rating

BTU, which stands for British Thermal Unit, is a way to measure the amount of heat produced by gas-powered equipment. The higher the BTU rating of a given oven, the more powerful it will be, but the more gas it will burn. Wattage is a similar measurement for electric equipment. Higher-powered equipment can cook foods faster and will have shorter recovery times, meaning that they will come back up to the set baking temperature sooner after you add cold product. High-powered equipment is preferred if you'll be cooking a lot of chilled and frozen food. For finishing and reheating, a lower-powered option will probably work just fine.

Controls

Digital controls provide more customization for setting baking temperature and time. Most ovens with digital controls are also programmable, with the ability to store cooking times and temperatures for common items which can be recalled with the push of a button. This feature reduces the chance for operator error and can prevent having to throw away products because they've been baked at the wrong settings. Still, many operators prefer the simplicity and familiarity of manual controls, which are also available on these ovens.

The location of controls is important, too. Excessive heat from surrounding equipment can damage the electrical equipment. Indeed, one of the most common causes for repair calls is heat damage to the control components, so it pays to plan in advance so you can keep the controls of your oven away from the heat from other equipment like ranges, charbroilers, and griddles. You will find ovens with controls on the left side, right side, or near the bottom of the unit.

Additional Considerations

While it is common for manufacturers to build the interiors of their countertop convection oven with steel or aluminum, some coat theirs in porcelain. Porcelain reflects heat from the burners or elements, spreading it out across the baking chamber and providing a more even bake to everything in the oven. Also, because porcelain is smoother than bare metal, it is easier to clean than steel or aluminum and should last longer, since there is no potential for corrosion as long as the enamel stays on.

Most of these units have only one door, but the ones with two will have either dependent or independent ones. Dependent doors both open when only one handle is pulled. On an oven with independent doors, each door opens separately. Dependent doors can make it easier to get pans in and out, but independent ones can conserve energy if only one is opened at a time.