Rational has unveiled the second in its series of new combi launches, following the introduction of the high-tech iCombi Pro last week.
This week’s reveal is the iCombi Classic, aimed at offering cooking quality for those sites providing a simpler menu with less demanding options.
The combi oven features up to 100 individual cooking programs for consistent results, dehumidification performance for crispy crusts, as well as more fan wheels for a greater distribution of hot air. It also features automatic cleaning with descaling.
The new model is claimed to be environmentally friendly, and the cleaning tabs are phosphate-free. Optional LAN or WLAN interfaces can enable quick and easy integration into ConnectedCooking, the digitalisation solution from Rational.
Simon Lohse, MD, Rational UK said: “The iCombi Classic is quickly becoming an indispensable assistant in the professional kitchen due to its performance.”
Operation is via a rotary wheel with push function, colour display and intuitive symbols on the user interface. This is supported by simple programing of individual cooking programs. ClimaPlus, the measuring and control centre in the iCombi Classic, is responsible for achieving the desired result.
With a dehumidification capacity up to 105litres per second, a steam generator, humidity adjustment in 10% steps, up to three fan wheels and optimum cooking cabinet geometry, it is designed to create a precise cooking cabinet climate for large load quantities and uniformity across all trays.
Lohse commented: “With 10% less energy and water consumption compared to the previous model CombiMaster Plus, the iCombi Classic is a green kitchen aid.”
The iCombi Classic is now available from dealers in various sizes, from 6-1/1 for the classic restaurant to 20-2/1 for catering.
As part of its More Tour 2020, Rational will be demonstrating the performance of its combi-steamers in the form of webinars. The manufacturer intends to hold live demonstration events again soon, and the dates and numerous locations will be available on its website when they are arranged.