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Thermodyne low-temperature cooker from ACE

27 November 2009
Thermodyne low-temperature cooker from ACE

Developed in the USA, Thermodyne is a low-temperature system for holding, slow-cooking and reheating food without overcooking or drying out.

Used as a hot cupboard, it maintains food quality better and for longer than traditional methods. As a slow cooker, it produces superior results, even with cheaper cuts of meat, and minimises food shrinkage. It is also simple to use and enhances food safety.

Unlike conventional ovens and hot cupboards, where the heat is introduced to the cabinet cavity, with Thermodyne the heat is transferred by conduction from glycol liquid within the shelves of the oven. This "Fluid-Shelf" technology distributes heat uniformly throughout the cabinet, so food is held at precise temperatures and maintained at the same high quality.

Even continuous door openings do not cause temperature loss as the technology continues to deliver accurate temperatures to the food, ensuring the highest level of food safety possible.

Thermodyne is available in a choice of sizes, from compact counter-top units to high-volume, dual-cabinet models.

To buy it, callAdvance Catering Equipment
0800 597 7427

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