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What is the difference between a "normal" oven and a "convection oven"? That is a great question with some technical answers. But to be brief, a convection oven uses forced air (from a fan or multiple fans) to circulate hot air. This allows the food to be cooked more quickly and evenly as there should be no dead spots or uneven temperature in the oven as the air is circulated to maintain a consistency. Normal ovens rely on more on reflected heat from the sides and walls of the oven and to a lesser extent on air temperature, this can cause food to be unevenly baked as the position of the food in relation to the walls of the oven causes differences in cooking times. Convection ovens avoid this downfall and increase productivity all because of air flow. Check out all of our different models below to find the right commercial convection oven for your needs.