Foodservice Equipment Marketing (FEM) will be demonstrating the Vector four in one oven for the first time in the UK at this year’s Commercial Kitchen exhibition.
On stand C17 at the Birmingham NEC between 5-6 June, the supplier will be revealing the multi-compartment oven that should allow chefs to cook several different foods at the same time. Each compartment has its own temperature and timer controls.
The Vector is also claimed to be fast, thanks to a new technology called Structured Air, which has been developed by manufacturer Alto-Shaam. It delivers a high velocity, vertical airflow from the bottom and top of each oven chamber, designed to produce even temperature control and faster cooking times. The vertical airflow should also mean that when the door is opened, very little heat escapes.
The Vector is designed to be simple to operate, using the programmable touchpad. The temperature control should mean there’s no need to monitor or check during cooking as consistent results are claimed to be produced.
FEM will show the top-of-the-range four-chamber model, the Vector VMC-H4H, and company representatives will be able to take visitors through its technologies. Visitors will be able to sign up for cooking demonstrations with the new oven.
Vector ovens are also available in two- and three-chamber models. The full range is available through FEM’s nationwide dealer network.