“If you can’t stand the heat, get out of the kitchen.” No one is sure who first said that, although some have attributed it to Harry S. Truman. Whether ole Harry coined that phrase or not, we can all agree that kitchens are hot. Nobody wants some puny appliance that is going to collapse at the first sign of stress. That’s why Sharp has produced the R-22GTF, a heavy duty microwave oven built to withstand the fiercest kitchen conditions.
The Sharp R-22GTF comes with many features designed to endure and excel in tough working environments. It has 20% more wattage than standard commercial microwave ovens, with dual magnetrons (vacuum tubes that produce cooking radio waves) that are backed by a three year limited warranty. The door handle is designed to endure constant use, and its interior and exterior are constructed with stainless steel. These are just a few of the features that enable the R-22GTF to withstand the heat of rigorous cooking environments.
Not only is the Sharp R-22GTF built to last, but it is also designed to be easy to use. It features 20 programmable touch control memory settings, which make it possible to prepare a variety of items with the touch of a button. Stainless interior and exterior make for easy cleaning, as does the stainless air-intake filter. Just because it’s designed to run like a well-oiled machine doesn’t mean you have to train as a mechanic.
The Sharp R-22GTF is a workhorse made to perform in tough working conditions. If you expect a lot from your commercial microwave, then this is the one for you. It can withstand the harsh demands of a commercial kitchen and is easy enough to use that you won’t have to spend valuable time training new employees how to use it. The Sharp R-22GTF can stand the heat so you can get the most out of your kitchen.
In a hurry? Check out these key benefits:
Stainless Steel Exterior and Interior
Top and Bottom Microwave Energy Feed
One Year Parts and Labor Warranty
Additional Two Year Warranty on the dual magnetrons
20 Programmable Memory Options (10 Pre-programmed)