Alto-Shaam claims to have married ‘high-quality’ with ‘high-volume’ in its new Vector F Series of multi-cook ovens.
The update adds to the Alto-Shaam range a new design, advanced user-friendly interface, and the ability to stack with a Combitherm oven, which the brand says provides the most value from a single, vertical cooking footprint.
It is designed for foodservice operations that need to deliver a large amount of food but cannot sacrifice on quality.
Featuring three or four independent ovens in one, the F Series allows operators to control the temperature, fan speed and cook time in each individual oven chamber, and simultaneously cook a variety of menu items with no flavor transfer.
Alto-Shaam also claimed that, through its patented Structured Air Technology, the ovens can cook twice as much food up to two-times faster than their traditional counterparts.
Vector ovens are waterless and can be installed without the need for costly plumbing, drains, filtration or associated maintenance.
Jeff McMahon, senior director of product management at Alto-Shaam, commented: “This stacked solution unique to Alto-Shaam reduces or even replaces the need for multiple pieces of equipment, providing superior performance and savings in space, time and money.
“With this configuration, operators can create up to four or five distinct and separate cooking chambers and achieve a variety of advanced cooking applications within a single footprint while minimizing required hood space and saving on water and plumbing costs.
“These ovens empower kitchens to produce a large volume and variety of food the way it is meant to be cooked – effortlessly, consistently, and to the highest quality.”