IN-FOCUS: VT burner in conjunction with Venancio USA

VT burner

The VT burner has been named as one of The National Restaurant Association’s top 25 Kitchen Innovations for 2019.

Infrared cooking offers speed and other advantages, but conventional IR burners generate IR through ceramic shields that are prone to cracking and replacement.

Retrofittable VT Burner is cast steel, with a patented layered design that requires no ceramics to generate IR energy.

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It’s IR-fast, inexpensive, durable, and cuts gas consumption compared to standard burners.

The patented construction and VT fins are unique to its design, which helps magnify the heat beneath the pot and pans. Cooking speeds are increased and energy consumption is therefore reduced.


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