Convectional Oven If you convect it we will perfect it.

Definition: it will allow for even, fast cooking because the temperature stays more consistent.
Pros: Ability to cook evenly, takes less time to cook, and the location is not an issue.
Cons: Adjusting recipes, doesn't raise the baked goods, more breakable parts
Tips for Using this Equipment: Lower the temperature by 25 degrees, check food frequently toward the end of cooking, don't crowd the oven, use low-sided baking sheets and roasting pans, don't use convection for cooking cakes, quick breads, custards, or souffles.
What to look for when buying: Figure out the utility you need it to run on, if you have the required hood and fire suppression system, and compare the different types of convection ovens to determine what kind you need.

Sources:

"9 Pros and Cons of Convection Oven." Green Garage. N.p., 09 Sept. 2016. Web. 15 Dec. 2016.

@chow. "What's the Difference Between a Conventional and a Convection Oven?" Chowhound. N.p., n.d. Web. 15 Dec. 2016.

Christensen, Emma. "5 Important Things to Know About Baking in a Convection Oven - Tips from The Kitchn." The Kitchn. N.p., 11 Dec. 2015. Web. 15 Dec. 2016.

"Convection Oven Buying Guide." WebstaurantStore. N.p., n.d. Web. 15 Dec. 2016.

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