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Alto-Shaam starts cooking with gas for Vectors

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Vector F Series multi cook ovens are now available with a gas option.

Alto-Shaam has launched a gas-powered option for its Vector F Series Multi-Cook Ovens.

The full-size Vector F models, which are capable of cooking a wide variety of food, are specifically designed for foodservice operations where a high-volume of consistently high-quality food is required.

Featuring three or four independent ovens in one, users can control the temperature, fan speed and cook time in each individual oven chamber, and simultaneously cook a variety of menu items with no flavour transfer.

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The ovens use Alto-Shaam’s ‘structured air technology’, allowing them to cook twice as much food up to two-times faster than traditional counterparts.

The technology is designed to enable high velocity, focused heat for faster and more even cooking, without kitchen staff having to watch and rotate pans.

To maximise flexibility and volume, the ovens can be stacked with a Combitherm oven to provide the most value from a single, vertical cooking footprint.

The ovens can also be managed remotely through Alto-Shaam’s cloud-based remote oven management system, ChefLinc.

Jeff McMahon, senior director of product management at Alto-Shaam, said its full-size Vector ovens are designed to deliver the greatest flexibility and unrivalled cooking performance.

“Our Vector multi-cook ovens can do the job of multiple pieces of kitchen equipment and produce more food with a better result, giving operators the ability to expand their menu offerings while maintaining food quality and consistency.

“We value our customers’ feedback, and are constantly striving to improve and enhance our solutions to help meet their needs. We recognised the demand for gas-powered ovens, and see the full-size Vector ovens as an unmatched solution for cooking a variety of food in bulk at the highest quality and consistency.”

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