More than 60% of schools in Florida use foodservice equipment which has been provided by foodservice equipment manufacturer Blodgett.
The company’s list equipment of equipment featured in school kitchens includes convection and hyrdovection ovens and combi and ventless units.
Blodgett’s technology allows K-12 schools to select the ideal type of equipment to serve their desired menus in the space provided.
The company has more than 165 years’ experience in supplying kitchen equipment to schools and has helped directors provide meals for their students.
In particular, Blodgett provides solutions that can help in high volume operations such as Florida schools where its roll-in configurations can help districts meet some of their high-production challenges.
Blodgett’s convection roll-in configurations are designed for maximum production and transportation.
The company said: “They are the only roll-in ovens in the industry that allow for easy loading and unloading of the top oven unit without interfering with the cooking process in the lower unit.”
During manufacturing, full-size Blodgett ovens receive slight modifications to create the roll-in models.
“Instead of traditional racks and rack guides, stainless steel tracks are mounted on the bottom interior of the ovens, and a dock-and-lock mechanism is added to ensure safe transportation,” the company added.
In terms of operation, users can just “roll” their product into the oven, and then select one of a variety of transport cart options, roll-in pan racks, or basket dollies that operational demands.