Alto-Shaam Introduces Vector Series Multi-Cook Oven

Feb 13, 2017 Industry News
Industry News

Alto-Shaam announced an oven innovation in a category by itself—the Vector Series Multi-Cook Oven offers up to four ovens in one. Control temperature, fan speed and time in each individual oven chamber, featuring exclusive Structured Air Technology for unmatched evenness in cooking.

Alto-Shaam has partnered with Appliance Innovation to introduce this game-changing advancement in cooking technology. Highlights of the Vector Series Multi-Cook Oven include:

  • Two, three or four ovens in one
  • Flexibility to simultaneously cook a variety of menu items with no flavor transfer
  • Control temperature, fan speed and time in each individual oven chamber
  • Improved throughput—Cook up to 2X more food than a traditional convection oven
  • Superior cooking evenness
  • Small footprint
  • Ventless option
  • Simple operation does not require skilled labor
  • No microwaves
  • No water

“Alto-Shaam is always looking for opportunities to provide innovative products that meet our customers’ needs,” says Steve Maahs, Alto-Shaam president and chief operating officer. “We’re excited to introduce this innovative oven to the market. We truly believe this oven is going to be a game-changer in the industry.”

Appliance Innovation, lead by Phil McKee, is well known in the foodservice industry for developing innovative technologies, including rapid cook technology in TurboChef, Planar Plume technology in MerryChef and Precision Impingement technology in Ovention.

“Alto-Shaam’s passion for innovation, quality, and service aligns well with Appliance Innovation’s dedication to providing breakthrough products to foodservice operators around the world,” McKee says. “We look forward to seeing a successful adoption of this new technology by foodservice operators on a global scale.”

Alto-Shaam debuted the Vector Series Multi-Cook Oven at NAFEM.

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