Oven manufacturer Tom Chandley has launched a new, more environmentally-focused Rack Oven. The new model has been enhanced for more efficient running to save on energy use.
The connected load of the conventional Rack Oven has been reduced from 39kW to 33kW. The ovens have also been modified to incorporate more insulation and a deeper door than the previous oven, both increased by 50mm, reducing heat loss.
Another key feature of the new ‘Eco' Rack Oven is a brand-new colour turbo controller with a built-in 24-hour clock. This has a built-in sensor which puts the oven into a ‘sleep mode' if it sees no action for a period of time.
The user can then set the sleep mode temperature to, for example, 50°C below the bake temperature so the oven is constantly on stand-by to be brought quickly back up to bake temperature when required.
In addition to these enhancements there is a built-in steam system which, unlike most other ovens, requires no drain. This is because the steam system is balanced to ensure that no excess water is injected into it and therefore no waste water produced.
Similar to the original model, a self-condensing hood can be added to the oven if external extraction cannot be fitted. The oven also has built-in castors for ease of delivery and relocation.
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