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Should I go with solid doors or glass doors for my proofing cabinet?



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Kinnek Knowledge Team

This is totally a matter of personal preference and must also take into consideration your unique kitchen processes. Solid doors tend to be the best for insulation and offer the fastest recovery times (due to the lack of heat escape), but the problem is that with a solid door, kitchen staff won't be able to easily monitor the progress of bread inside. If the kitchen process requires regular monitoring, then the staff will have to constantly open and close the door, thus eliminating a great deal of the efficiency associated with solid doors. Glass doors may be the better alternative if your kitchen process requires regular monitoring.        

Sep 1, 2016

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