Alto-Shaam launched the latest version of its Vector H Series Multi-Cook ovens at Host, featuring a new design, advanced user-friendly interface, and the ability to customise each oven with colours to match a customer’s desired front-of-house experience.
Two of the new ovens – one in black and one in red – were complemented by models with a more traditional stainless steel finish to show what’s possible.
The new ovens are said to feature Alto-Shaam’s most advanced control yet. Designed intentionally simple, they should require little or no operator training.
Further, recipes should also easily be loaded, with clear imagery and icons for easy reference. Recipes can be categorised and filtered for even easier identification. Improved diagnostics and reporting should mean it is easier to access oven status and service details for accurate service and repair.
Brian Jahnke, vice president of business development in Europe, said: “Our new advanced controls make them even easier to use, while the ability to customise our equipment with colour makes them ideal for front-of-house environments to enhance a customer’s brand.”
Thanks to Alto-Shaam’s Structured Air Technology, Vector H Series Multi-Cook ovens are said to be able to cook twice as much food up to two-times faster than their traditional counterparts. The patented technology should enable high velocity, focused heat for faster, more even cooking.
The compact and ventless Vector H Series countertop model is specifically designed for fast-food operations or any kitchen environment where space is at a premium. Featuring up to four independent chambers, operators can control the temperature, fan speed and time in each individual oven chamber for maximum flexibility, allowing them to simultaneously cook a variety of menu items with no flavour transfer.