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Alto-Shaam to unveil updated Vector H Multi-Cook oven

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Alto-Shaam will launch an updated version of its Vector® H Series Multi-Cook ovens at Host Milan in October, the manufacturer has announced.

The new model comes with a new design, advanced user-friendly interface, and the ability to customize each oven with colors to match a customer’s desired front-of-house experience.

The ovens require little operator training thanks to what Alto-Shaam is claiming is its most advanced controls yet.

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Recipes can also easily be loaded, with clear imagery and icons for easy reference, and can be categorised and filtered for even easier identification.

Improved diagnostics and reporting mean it is easier to access oven status and service details, guaranteeing accurate service and repair.

Brian Jahnke the firm’s vice president of business development in Europe, said the Vector H Series is designed to deliver the greatest flexibility and unrivalled cooking performance.

He said: “Our Vector Multi-Cook ovens can do the job of multiple pieces of kitchen equipment and produce more food with a better result. They empower foodservice operators, giving them the ability to expand their menu offerings and cook with up to four ovens in one. With Structured Air Technology, food quality and consistency is truly unmatched.

“Our new advanced controls make them even easier to use, while the ability to customise our equipment with color makes them ideal for front-of-house environments to enhance a customer’s brand.”

The compact and ventless Vector H Series countertop model is specifically designed for fast-food operations or any kitchen environment where space is at a premium.

Featuring up to four independent chambers, operators can control the temperature, fan speed and time in each individual oven chamber for maximum flexibility, allowing them to simultaneously cook a variety of menu items with no flavor transfer.

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