Rational’s latest SelfCookingCenter combi ovens feature a triple pane glass cabinet door and are equipped with efficient LED lighting.
These innovations are said to have further reduced the energy requirements of the cooking appliances. The integrated energy meter on the new generation units also displays and saves the energy consumption figures.
Rational’s research and development teams have made every effort to reduce the energy consumption of the new generation SelfCookingCenter even further.
This is claimed to have been achieved in various ways. The combi oven is now equipped with a triple glass pane cooking cabinet door with a special heat reflective coating, which is designed to significantly reduce heat losses through the door. This alone is claimed to have reduced the overall energy consumption by up to 10% compared to the previous model.
Unlike standard triple glass pane, the panes on the SelfCookingCenter can be opened, which allows each individual pane to be cleaned easily. This should ensure full visibility, even after years of operation.
However, Rational believes this does not restrict the full insulating effect, and this can be felt in that the outer pane of the oven’s door hardly heats up and can be touched without risk of burning.
The modern LED lighting in the cooking cabinet and door is also said to contribute to the energy saving and provide optimal lighting right into the rear corners of the cabinet. LEDs are also very durable and therefore low-maintenance.
A new function also displays the energy consumption of the SelfCookingCenter. This can either be displayed according to individual cooking processes, or at the end of the day or week. Viewed via the control panel, the data can be downloaded and processed on a PC, using software such as MS Excel.