Synergy Grill Technology will today take the wrapping off of what it is calling the “world’s first” chargrill oven, designed with secrecy at the company’s Cambridgeshire factory in recent months.
The as yet unnamed unit aims to combine in one unit the best features of a grill and an oven, and requires no charcoal, using up to 72% less gas than a standard chargrill.
Visitors to HRC at the ExCeL will have a chance to see the product for the first time.
Synergy says it achieved the energy saving through heat retention via a special lid design and temperature control system.
This, the brand claims, also reduces cooking time by as much as half over a traditional charcoal grill.
The oven also uses the company’s patented fat atomising technology, keeping food moist yet reducing fat quantity.
Richard Ebbs, commercial & marketing director at Synergy, commented: “Menu versatility and shrinking kitchens are two of the most prominent trends that are shaping the foodservice arena at the moment – trends which can be ticked off the checklist when an operator invests in a Synergy Chargrill Oven.
“From perfectly crisp pizzas and breads, right through to succulent veggies, burgers and whole roast chickens, the best-of-both Synergy Chargrill Oven is able to steam, smoke, slow-cook or grill any desired food item to perfection, in an exceptionally energy efficient way, within a single unit.”
Synergy will be based on stand P210.