With gentle air circulation and even heat distribution, Vulcan's Double Deck Electric Convection Oven is an all-purpose oven that produce delicious, evenly cooked casseroles, meats, vegetables and baked goods.
Vulcan's Convection Ovens gives you a versatile performance you need for preparing a varied menu with consistently great results. The ovens save on operating costs with an energy-efficient heat recovery system. They allow hot air to circulate throughout the oven to cook or bake your food more evenly than a non-convection oven.
Vulcan's VC44E Electric Convection Oven has solid state temperature controls that adjust from 150° to 500°F. The oven is heated by electric solid sheath elements rated at 25 KW. VC44E is furnished with a two speed 1/2 horsepower oven blower-motor. The double deck oven's top, sides, front and legs are made of stainless steel, and the independently-operated, stainless steel doors have double pane windows. The interior is porcelain enamel on steel. The non-sag insulation is applied to the top, rear, sides, bottom and doors. This VC44E oven has eleven nickel-plated rack position guides with positive rack stops for the five nickel plated oven racks. The five nickel-plated oven racks measure 28-1/4" x 20-1/2".
Other features for this VC44E Convection Oven are:
Moisture vent damper control
Two interior oven lights
60 minute timer with audible alarm
Oven cool switch for rapid cool down
NSF, UL, CUL
Red and Silver
Country of Origin
Made in USA
Manufacturer Part Number
Operating Temperature Range
150°F to 500°F
42-1/4" l. x 40" w. x 70" h. on 8" legs. Oven: 22-1/8" l. x 29" w. x 20" h.
Product Weight (lbs)
Special Order: Ships via common carrier (truck freight). 20% restocking fee. Not for residential use. Shipped to commercial addresses only. Consult a licensed professional for proper installation.
Usually ships within 14 to 21 business days
Unit of Measure
1 year limited parts and labor
Very good basic convection oven Review by Steve A
The Vulcan VC series is a very good basic convection oven. Controls are basic mechanical; without computer controls - I personally like the basic simple operation of a mechanical timer as opposed to a computer control for an oven; less concern with maintenance or repair cost for a circuit board down the road. (Posted on 10/4/2011)