Turbo Chef HHC20201

Easy To Clean Design

Central Model#: 764-006 Brand: Turbochef Mfg Part#: HHC2020
Your Cost:
$12,916.00 /Each

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Product Details

This rapid cook Turbo Chef HHC2020 is a conveyor oven. This single deck unit has a small footprint. This Turbo Chef HHC2020, known as a countertop single oven, has independently controlled top/bottom air impingement. This model has a stackable design (up to three high with optional stacking kits). This Turbo Chef HHC2020 has variable-speed blower motors. This unit includes an idle mode for energy conservation. This electric countertop, Turbo Chef HHC2020 has built-in diagnositcs. This design has left of right feed conveyor belt direction via software. This electric conveyor Turbo Chef HHC2020 includes a 6' cord and plug. This model also comes with two 6" conveyor extensions. This Turbo Chef HHC2020 has smart voltage sensor technology that automatically detects/adjusts to 208V or 240V. This unit is 4811/16"Dx17"H and weighs 300 lbs. Central Restaurant Products offers this Turbo Chef HHC2020 with a one year parts and labor warranty.

This Turbo Chef HHC2020 has these main features:

  • Single deck
  • Includes two 6" conveyor extensions
  • 485/16"Wx3511/16"Dx17"H
  • 300 lbs.


Central Model#: 764-006
Width: 48516"
Depth: 351116"
Height: 17"
Size: 48516"W
Style: Impingement
Type: Conveyor Oven
Voltage: 208/240V
  • What is the primary application for this type of oven?

    • Turbo Chef is known for the fastest cooking times in the industry, and this conveyor pizza oven is no exception. This oven is designed for operations with medium to large capacity demands, as it produces high throughput in a smaller footprint. Can be stacked up to 3 units high for increased yield.
  • Do you need to place the TurboChef HHC2020 under a hood?

    • The TurboChef HHC1618 has ventless certification for all food items except for foods classified as "fatty raw proteins." This includes bone-in, skin-on chicken, raw hamburger meat, raw bacon, raw sausage, steaks, etc. If cooking these types of foods, consult your local HVAC codes and authorities to ensure compliance with ventiliation requirements.