Best-in-class commercial catering ovens for your professional kitchen
Commercial oven bestsellers
The quality of a commercial oven can make or break a working kitchen. Essential for the delivery of cooked meals at a large scale, professional kitchens rely on oven systems which are not just reliable, but can withstand the heat of a high-demand environment. At JLA, you’ll find the following key appliances…
Multifunction cooking with next generation features
Combi ovens, use the fan heating power associated with convection ovens, combined with steam. Popular because of their flexibility to cook everything in one appliance whether you’re steaming, frying, baking or braising, combi ovens can take complex cooking and make it simple.
A convenient option for catering establishments of all sizes.
Convection ovens evenly distribute heat through the oven to ensure that all food within the oven is heated at the same time, no matter which shelf it’s on. It’s for this reason, it’s a top choice for restaurants and caterers alike thanks to them being slightly more compact than a range oven.
Range ovens - the workhorse of any kitchen
Thanks to their combination of both hob and oven, giving them the versatility to perform most cooking methods that a commercial kitchen could need. This dual functionality, and large internal space can help save kitchen space thanks to their two-for-one approach.
A great investment for any commercial kitchen
Whilst named after one specific food type, pizza ovens can in fact cook anything from garlic bread to lasagne or jacket potatoes. These ovens are ideal for high volume, consistent cooking, whether you are simply looking to expand your lunch offering or want a slice of the pizza pie.
Commercial ovens designed for heavy-duty catering
JLA’s commercial ovens are robust and built to last, with a focus on delivering ultimate cooking performance no matter if you’re running a busy restaurant or a small bakery.
Our extensive range of commercial ovens covers every professional kitchen need from combination steaming and convection cooking to traditional range options and pizza baking solutions. With gas, electric options and 4 or hob burner combinations built in collaboration with some of the world’s leading oven manufacturers, you’ll find the model that’s right for your business at JLA.
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Our range of commercial ovens
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No. You should use a commercial oven in a professional kitchen for various different reasons.
Commercial ovens are designed for heavy-duty use and have the capacity and capability of cooking large batches of food. JLA commercial ovens are constructed of durable stainless steel and built to last, whilst domestic models are less likely to be durable or as long-lasting.
Professional ovens also have more advanced features, including safety features not available in domestic ovens. They can also reach higher temperatures for faster and more effective cooking.
Yes. It is a requirement for all commercial kitchens to have effective ventilation and extraction.
Ventilation helps to maintain a safe, healthy and comfortable environment for staff by preventing grease and contaminants from building up, which can increase the risk of fire and contribute to poor air quality.
Yes. They are a critical piece of safety equipment that remove heat, smoke, steam and emissions, ensuring the kitchen is safe and comfortable for staff. Cooker hoods should also be serviced and maintained regularly, and with JLA Total Care, we’ll take care of everything for one monthly fee.
Both gas and electric ovens provide a high-performance cooking solution for commercial kitchens and have different advantages depending on customer requirements.
Gas ovens offer precise temperature control and usually heat up much faster, which can be beneficial for certain cooking techniques. Electric ovens are slower to heat up, however, they can provide a superior heat distribution and more consistent baking results.
Other factors include the availability of energy sources, especially considering some commercial premises may not have immediate access to gas. Commercial gas ovens are usually more affordable to run in the long term, but may require more maintenance and are considered less environmentally friendly compared to electric models.