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  • Durable full angle iron frame with 25" adjustable stainless steel legs
  • 5 racks that can hold (5) 18" x 26" baking pans in left to right or front to back positions
  • Powder-coated door handle that operates 2 dependent doors
  • 14 gauge double-sided porcelainized baking compartment liner for easy clean up
  • Temperature range from 200 to 500 degrees Fahrenheit and solid state manual controls
  • 11kW; three tubular heaters; 1/2 hp blower motor with thermal overload protection
  • 2 interior oven lamps
  • 208V, 3 Phase
Blodgett Zephaire Convection Ovens

Blodgett Zephaire Convection Ovens

Hi, I'm Chef Sarah Tressler, a baking applications specialist here at Blodgett ovens and today I'm going to go over cooking with your Zephaire. Before we begin, I'd like to go over a few general guidelines with you. One is always set your oven temperature 25 to 50 degrees less than you would if it was a range oven or deck. Two, preheat 25 to 50 degrees above your desired temperature to compensate for heat loss when you open the doors and load your product. Three, for all you new convection oven users, I would start checking your bake time halfway through because your cook times do vary based on the amount of loads you have in the oven. Then last but not least, the fans must be on for your ovens to be heating. So, now we're ready to cook in your Zephaire. Before we begin, I have a couple little tips for you. For a delicate product like I have here--cupcakes--I suggest that you preheat your oven 25 to 50 degrees above your desired set temperature and then you actually load your product in and shut your oven off. The reason I'm saying this is because the fan is continually running. For the delicate product, it can actually start to push it off over to the side. So, if you allow it to sit in the oven with the oven off, it'll start to set, and then you introduce the fan so that way your muffins or cupcakes will stay nice and tall. Similar suggestion for cookies, and the reason why we're going to do the load and then shut off is so your cookies can spread before they set because that fan makes those cookies set a little too fast. So, if you allow them to spread and then introduce the fan part way through, then you can give your cookies the color that you'd like. And for French fries, this is a nice hearty product, so we can actually just load this right into a preheated oven. My suggestion, though, is here I'm showing them on a fry screen and I've evenly distributed them throughout, even just lessening a little bit in the middle to try and promote a nice, even bake and really just having one layer, not overcrowding your pan. You just load that in and you're good to go! So, for roasting in your convection oven, I have a couple tips for you. One, I would take a hotel pan and fill it about halfway full of water and put it on the bottom rack of your oven. This will help reduce shrinkage. One thing to remember though is never place anything directly onto the floor or the bottom of the oven. This will restrict air flow and create an undesirable bake. For our roast, here I have a roast placed on a roasting rack within a pan so I can catch the juices and we can create gravy afterwards. So now we baked all of our products and I just want to do a quick, little recap for you. Here's those cupcakes that we did, nice and golden brown around the edges and standing upright. And that's because we compensated for the fans. So we loaded the oven in and shut it off and allowed those cupcakes to start coming up on their own, nice and gently and then introduced the fan to finish cooking them. Then, here's the sugar cookies that we did, nice and golden brown, evenly spread. They look great. And then, here's some crunch, crispy French fries and they're crunchy and crispy because we didn't overcrowd the pan and we made sure it was one, nice, even layer all the way around. I hope these tips were helpful. Thank you very much and have a great day!

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Learn a few tips and tricks to cooking with your Blodgett Zephaire convection oven! From french fries to cookies, this oven will help you cook evenly-browned products every time.

Blodgett ZEPH200ESGL208/3 -NO LEGS Specs
Width 38 1/4 Inches
Depth 36 7/8 Inches
Height 57 Inches
Interior Width 29 Inches
Interior Depth 28 1/4 Inches
Interior Height 20 Inches
Amps 29 - 31 Amps
Hertz 60 Hertz
Phase 3 Phase
Voltage 208 Volts
Wattage 11 Kilowatts
18 x 26 Pan Capacity 5 Pans
Control Type Dial
Energy Star Qualified Yes
Horsepower 1/2 HP
Installation Type Freestanding
Made in America Yes
Maximum Temperature 500 Degrees F
NSF Listed Yes
Number of Chambers 1
Number of Decks Single
Number of Doors 2
Number of Racks 5
Oven Interior Style Deep Depth
Power Type Electric
Size Full Size
Temperature Range 200 - 500 Degrees F

Blodgett ZEPH200ESGL208/3 -NO LEGS Details

Cooking your bakery's most famous streusels, muffins, donuts, and bread will never be easier than with this Blodgett ZEPHAIRE-200-E single deck bakery depth electric convection oven! Boasting a sturdy iron frame with a stainless steel top and 25" adjustable legs, this oven is sure to provide functionality to your kitchen while operating smoothly and productively. It features solid state manual controls with an electro-mechanical 60 minute timer for easy adjustment and monitoring of popular food items.

Thanks to a two speed fan and 1/2 hp blower motor, this convection oven efficiently recirculates heated air through its interior compartment, which reduces energy consumption and increases performance. This system offers a cost-effective way of cooking your product at a lower temperature for a shorter amount of time, allowing you to get food to the tables faster.

The powder-coated handle provides a comfortable grip when opening and closing the doors, which are tightly secured to the frame with a triple-mounted pressure lock design. The interior features five chrome-plated racks that can be configured into eleven rack positions with a minimum of 1 5/8" spacing to ensure that you are getting the most out of your oven, which has the capacity to hold up to (5) 18" x 26" standard full size baking pans. In bakery depth ovens, you can arrange the racks in either left to right or front to back positions allows for a "staggered" effect that improves airflow during baking. A 14 gauge double-sided porcelainized baking compartment liner allows for easy clean up of your unit. As an added benefit, the interior is illuminated with 2 interior oven lamps, giving you the ability to check on your product without opening the doors and letting excess heat escape.

The oven has three tubular heaters that are controlled by a solid state thermostat with a temperature range from 200 to 500 degrees Fahrenheit, which gives you the ability to prepare a wide variety of products. For safety, the blower motor has an automated thermal overload protection mechanism and a control area cooling fan. It requires a 208V, 3 phase electrical connection.

Overall Dimensions:
Left to Right: 38 1/4"
Front to Back: 36 7/8"
Height: 57"

Interior Dimensions:
Left to Right: 29"
Front to Back: 28 1/4"
Height: 20"

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  • NSF Listed

    NSF Listed

    This item meets the standards imposed by NSF International, which focuses on public safety, health, and the environment.

  • Made in America

    Made in America

    This item was made in the United States of America.

  • CE Listed

    CE Listed

    This item complies with the standards imposed by the Conformance European (CE), a division of the Intertek group.

  • Energy Star Qualified

    Energy Star Qualified

    This item has been Energy Star Qualified by the US Environmental Protection Agency and the US Department of Energy, making it an energy-efficient product.

  • ETL US & Canada

    ETL US & Canada

    This item meets the electrical product safety standards imposed by the ETL, a division of the Intertek Group, for use in the United States and Canada.

  • Hardwired

    Hardwired

    This product must be hardwired; it does not plug into a standard wall outlet.

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Please note there is an 8% administrative warranty fee and potential for additional export fees for units that are shipped outside of the United States RESIDENTIAL USERS: Vendor assumes no liability for parts or labor coverage for component failure or other damages resulting from installation in non-commercial or residential applications. The right is reserved to deny shipment for residential usage; if this occurs, you will be notified as soon as possible.

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