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Guidelines for Convection Ovens 3
Source: U.S. Department of Defence
A. GENERAL INFORMATION No. 23(2)
GUIDELINES FOR CONVECTION OVENS
5. Close oven doors and set the timer for the desired cooking time. Check the baking/roasting progress periodically until
product is ready.
CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE: Refer to the manufacturer's operating manual for cleaning and maintenance
GENERAL NOTES: Most convection ovens are equipped with an electric interlock which energizes/de-energizes both
the heating elements and the fan motor when the doors are closed/open. Therefore, the heating elements and fan will not
operate independently and will only operate with the doors closed.
(Only one known company manufactures an oven in which the fan can be controlled independently.) Some convection
ovens are equipped with single-speed fan motors while others are equipped with two-speed fan motors. This information
is particularly important to note when baking cakes, muffins or meringue pies, or similar products, and when oven-frying
bacon. High speed air circulation may cause damage to the food (e.g., cakes slope to one side of the pan) or blow melted
fat throughout the oven. Read the manufacturer's manuals and determine exactly what features you have and then, for the
above products, proceed as follows.
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