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Kitchen appliances are the everyday items that help you prepare food and drinks in the kitchen. They range from tiny and compact appliances placed on countertops, to huge, heavy items that need lots of space to perform.
There are many types of kitchen equipment, all with distinct attributes and uses. Here's a list of the most commonly used kitchen appliances:
Mixers aid in automatising the tedious tasks of whisking, stirring or beating. If the beaters are replaced with a dough hook, a mixer can also be used for kneading.
A rangehood, fitted above a cooktop, has fans that filter the air during cooking. Some of the primary roles rangehoods fulfil include drawing water or steam away from nearby cabinets and helping to lessen the smell of cooking food.
Kitchen hobs are a surface on top of a stove or set into a work surface, which is heated in order to cook food on it.
Hot Water Boilers
Boilers are among the main energy-producing systems found in buildings, providing hot water to the building’s occupants.
Commercial refrigerators come in a range of sizes and shapes, but they are typically larger and more powerful than domestic models. With one or two shelves, they are designed to make stacking and storing food easier.
Commercial dishwashers are capable of washing, rinsing and drying a large number of dishes and utensils in only a few minutes.
Cake Display Fridges
A cake display fridge keeps cakes and desserts fresh while on display for an extended amount of time.
Chest freezers are designed as a big chest or box with the lid placed on top. Because of the position of the lid, a chest freezer requires space with ample headroom.
Water Cooler Dispensers
A water dispenser, known as a water cooler, dispenses cool water via a refrigeration unit.
Kitchen Air Vents
The kitchen air vent plays an essential part in the kitchen as it aids in air circulation.
An oven is used to cook, heat, grill and bake food. There are gas ovens and electric ovens, built-in and free-standing ovens, even double ovens. Commercial ovens tend to be bigger in size and are longer lasting, making them capable of cooking more food over a longer period of time.
A dishwasher is a machine that automatically washes and dries dishes.
Kitchen Water Filter Systems
Kitchen water filtering systems are among the most cost-effective ways to safeguard your drinking water from the common contaminants found in tap water. Point-of-use (POU) filter systems allow you to take advantage of the lower cost and availability of tap water by filtering drinking water on demand.
Cooktops are constructed into a counter and can be powered using electricity, gas or induction to heat food. Induction cooktops produce an electromagnetic field, creating energy around its glass surface which heats the cookware directly, rather than heating up the cooktop. Gas cooktops utilise a gas flame which ignites and lowers instantly. Electric cooktops have metal coils that heat up to cook your food, but they take a while to cool down when turned off.