From now on, everybody can smoke in a Rational combi-steamer. This is now possible thanks to Rational's new VarioSmoker.
“With our VarioSmoker, chefs can cook and smoke at the same time and even overnight. This saves on time, space, and investment costs, because there is no longer any need to buy a separate smoker,” says Björn Rowland, Rational Area Vice President North America.
The VarioSmoker is suitable for smoking meat, fish, and vegetables. It works with conventional smoke materials, such as wood chips or pellets. The real, original, and individual smoke flavor is achieved by natural fillings.
“Through the variation in temperature and preparation time, chefs can affect flavor and intensity according to their choice,” Rowland explains.
Rational is also extending the warranty period of its steam generators to five years.
The fresh steam generator in Rational cooking units ensures that colors, flavor, and vitamins are retained during cooking, while fish, vegetables, and other sensitive products do not dry out. It combines the benefits of cooking in water, i.e. achieving maximum humidity, with the gentle properties of steam. During cooking, hygienic fresh steam flows constantly around the food, without the addition of water.
This is also what influences the precise interaction between power, time, heat, humidity, and air flow in Rational cooking units. In turn this guarantees maximum uniformity, even with full loads.
For all of this precision, the Rational fresh steam generator has proven to be particularly long-lived and robust.
“Because our steam generators achieve such impressive performance over long periods, we have decided to extend our warranty from two to five years,” Rowland says. “By doing this, we aim to demonstrate that not only do we give our customers the best possible technology, but they also receive a product that they can rely on in the long-term.”
The new five-year warranty onsteam generators is in immediate effect and applies to both Rational SelfCookingCenter and CombiMaster units.
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