Choose from a large selection of commercial grade toasters here at Rapids, all ideal for use in big restaurants, cafés, and other food-service establishments. Our commercial toasters are manufactured by reputable brands like APW / Wyott, Hatco, Hamilton Beach, and Waring.
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A Look at Commercial Toasters
Restaurant owners who are looking to serve breakfast or toasted sandwiches at their establishment would do well to invest in a quality commercial toaster. There are different types of commercial toasters available in the market today, and each one differs depending on their function.
For instance, a commercial toaster oven features several racks that, aside from toasting bread, also allows you to cook small food items. A pop-up commercial toaster, on the other hand, features slots where breads are placed to be toasted. The toasted bread, once ready, pops up for easy serving. Lastly, a conveyor toaster features powered conveyor belts in the baking chamber that results in consistent toasting. Conveyor toasters are ideal for use in limited spaces.
Types of Commercial Grade Toasters
A pop-up toaster is a simple toaster wherein bread slices are inserted vertically into the slots located at the top of the toaster. When a lever situated at side of the toaster is depressed, the toaster is activated. The toaster is then automatically turned off when the bread is ready, popping the toast up and out of the slots. This type of toaster is perfect for home use or for smaller restaurants.
Another type of commercial toaster is the commercial toaster oven, which is more versatile than pop-up toasters. A commercial grade toaster oven, aside from toasting bread, can also be used to bake small food items. Many commercial toaster ovens also feature one or two shelves that can be pulled out to make for easy loading and unloading of products.
Lastly, a commercial conveyor toaster is designed to make and toast many slices of bread and is typically used in the catering industry because it's more suitable for large-scale use. Using commercial conveyor toasters, you can produce around three hundred to nine hundred slices of bread per hour. This makes conveyor toasters perfect for use in busy restaurants.
Restaurants that serve breakfast or toast sandwich buns will need a commercial toaster to get the job done. The amount of toast, bagels or buns you want to make, as well as the available space, will help determine whether you need a simple pop-up model, one with a conveyor, or one that can do more than just brown bread.