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Stand-alone V Series Silverlink 600 ovens from Lincat

30 June 2009
Stand-alone V Series Silverlink 600 ovens from Lincat

Lincat's V series of Silverlink 600 electric ovens can now be specified with an optional top and stand to allow them to be used as stand-alone models.

The ovens were originally designed to work as part of a suite of modular Silverlink 600 equipment, carrying a griddle, boiling top or bain-marie unit, but Lincat was approached by the production team from the BBC's Hairy Bakers to see if a modification could be made to the V6/F oven as they wanted to use it as a stand-alone unit.

Lincat's team of design engineers produced the necessary components and these are now available as standard accessories.

There are six 3kW and 4kW V-series ovens to choose from, including fan-assisted models. Their plain or glass-fronted doors are side opening, with robust hinges and ball catch, to give safe, easy access.

Each oven features a vitreous enamelled interior with radiused corners and removable side shelf for easy cleaning.

All models offer four shelf positions and are supplied with two chromed rod shelves supplied as standard.

To buy it, callLincat
01522 875500

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