Convection Ovens

Convection ovens, also known as fan ovens and fan-assisted ovens, are ovens in which heat is assisted by fans to force the movement of hot air. This allows food to be cooked at lower temperatures and quicker than standard ovens. The air circulation also makes sure there are no "hot spots" during baking, ensuring food bakes evenly. Although convection ovens are a modern invention, the process of circulating hot air to help cook food has been used for centuries by fanning the heat manually.