Alto-Shaam’s newest product, the Vector Series Multi-Cook Oven, received a Kitchen Innovations 2017 Award, which recognizes the biggest advancements of the year in the foodservice industry.
The Vector Multi-Cook Oven offers up to four ovens in one and features exclusive Structured Air Technology for unmatched evenness and flexibility in cooking. Structured Air Technology delivers high-velocity, vertical upward and downward airflow for faster, more even cooking than convection ovens.
“It’s an honor to receive this early recognition from the National Restaurant Association,” says Steve Maahs, Alto-Shaam president and chief operating officer. “This award and the overwhelming response and demand for Vector help affirm that this product is going to be a game-changer in the industry.”
The Vector Series Multi-Cook Oven was unveiled to the public at the North American Foodservice Equipment Manufacturers Show (NAFEM) last month in Orlando.
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
Simple operation does not require skilled labor
Alto-Shaam recently acquired the technology for the Vector Series Multi-Cook Oven from Appliance Innovation, developer of a number of innovative cooking technologies including rapid cook technology, planar plume technology and precision impingement technology. The Vector Series Multi-Cook Ovens will be manufactured in the USA at the Alto-Shaam factory in Menomonee Falls, WI.
Alto-Shaam will display the Vector Series Multi-Cook Oven at NRA. Visit the Alto-Shaam booth #4840 and the Kitchen Innovations Pavilion to see it first-hand. Visit vector.alto-shaam.com to learn more.
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