Vulcan VC55E Electric Convection Oven - Double Deck with Legs

Five nickel-plated oven racks per deck with 11 rack positions each

Central Model#: 515-B30 Brand: Vulcan Series: Vulcan VC5 Series Mfg Part#: VC55E
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$9,605.70 /Each


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Product Details

The Vulcan VC55E is a two deck electric convection oven. It features solid state temperature controls from +150°F to +500°F. Its 60 minute timer has an audible alarm that can be heard over loud kitchens. Built to last, it has a stainless steel front, sides and top. The independently operated stainless steel doors with double pane windows are removable for easy cleaning and dishwasher safe. This double stack oven's porcelain enamel interiors have five nickel-plated oven racks per deck with eleven rack positions each. An oven cool switch allows for rapid cool down. The Vulcan VC33E is furnished with a 12 HP two speed fan. Its moisture vent helps remove moisture caused by frozen foods from the cooking chamber. It is NSF and UL listed. Central Restaurant Products offers free shipping on the Vulcan VC55E convection oven.

This item is Energy Star® rated and may qualify for energy savings rebates - contact your product consultant for details.


  • Weight: 572 lbs.
  • Width: 401/8"
  • Depth: 37"
  • Height: 685/8" on 8"H legs
  • Interior Width: 29"
  • Interior Depth: 2218"
  • Interior Height: 20"

Main Specifications:
  • Voltage: 480V, three phase; also available in 480V, three phase
  • 25,000 watts
  • Comes with 8" stainless steel legs
  • (5) nickel plated oven racks with eleven rack positions per oven
  • NSF and UL listed


This Product Ranks 73 Out Of 111 In Commercial Convection Ovens.

Central Model#: 515-B30
Width: 4018"
Depth: 37"
Height: 6858"
Phase: 3
Style: Double
Temp Range: +150°F to +500°
Type: Electric
Voltage: 480V
Watts: 25,000
Hertz: 60
Power Type: Electric
  • Does this Vulcan oven need to be placed under a hood?

    • Yes, this Vulcan oven needs to be placed under a hood in order to ensure compliance with fire code.