Grouping your equipment

You may have invested in high-end Baron Combination ovens or Scotsman ice machines for your restaurant kitchen, but as long as you have not grouped them the right way, your kitchen can’t perform at its optimal levels. First of all, try to place your cooking appliances, except microwave oven, under well-designed and high quality ventilation hoods. These ventilation hoods will keep your kitchen comfortable for your staff by eliminating excessive moisture and heat from your kitchen. Another important thing to keep in mind is to locate your refrigeration equipment, such as Ice-O- Matic ice maker machine as far away from the cooking equipment as possible. If you are looking to buy fridges online, invest in one that meets all your needs and can be conveniently placed in a separate area of its own. Every time any of your staff members open the door of your fridge, hot air from outside rushes in and if your fridge is placed near high heat producing cooking area, it can drastically reduce its efficiency.
4. Buying your equipment – It doesn’t matter if you are planning to open a small café or a big restaurant, you’ll need to invest in the right equipment. If you are looking to buy your equipment, such as dishwasher, online, you’ll need to do proper research in order to find appliances that are designed specifically to meet the demands and rigours of your kitchen. Although you may feel tempted to choose cheap appliances, this choice can cost you much more in the long run. Always choose a reliable supplier, such as Channon, to buy your equipment so that you can access the widest range and can get the best value for your hard-earned money.