Meet the ES Series
ENERGY STAR specifications were modified for gas commercial convection ovens beginning January 2014. To meet the new specs (of 46% efficiency) we had to redesign our most popular models. The ES Series (ES=ENERGY STAR) was born! The ES Series have the Blodgett Signature Features, are built to last decades and have reached an energy efficiency of ±54%.
The 2014 ENERGY STAR modifications affect only Gas Commercial Convection Ovens. We did not modify the design of our electric ovens and models remain ENERGY STAR qualified. We did not make changes to the DFG-XCEL models.
To simplify our naming process, all convection models that are standard depth will have “100” in the model name and models that are bakery depth will have “200” in the model name. Click here to view all convection models.
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How much can I save?
The difference between 54% and 44% might not seem like much but it can save your $100s of dollars each year in utility costs. Here’s how the ES Series compares to our Heritage models:
*Using oven 12 hours a day, every day of the year, cooking 100 lb. of food per day with one pre-heat cycle and average pricing for Vermont natural gas and propane found at US Energy Information Administration on 9/24/2014. Your results will vary.
Note: To find your actual savings, visit Fisher-Nickel and enter numbers specific to your use. To determine $/therm, use the following formulas:
- To find Natural Gas Cost per Therm ($/therm): Natural Gas cost for 1,000 cubic feet and divide by 10.23.
- To find Propane Cost per Therm ($/therm): Propane cost per gallon and multiply by 1.0917
To find if there are additional rebates available for you, visit the ENERGY STAR web site.
Not every model that is ENERGY STAR qualified is listed as a separate product. To confirm that the models are ES, please look at the Additional Model information tab. Models that fall under the same qualification standard will be listed there.