So what do you consider when you replace the old convection oven workhorse? Do you go back with a convection oven? Do you upgrade into a combi oven? Or is there another way to improve the capability of your kitchen? Enter the Hydrovection Oven. Manufacturers now offer this choice to help upgrade performance and capability. Ideal endusers already have a steamer and do not want to go to the expense of a combi oven. Please consider:
Capability – Hydrovection ovens combine steam and heat and are set up like a traditional convection they come is electric and gas, both single and stacked. In these ovens you can Bake, Roast, Retherm, Oven Fry, Poach, Grill, Sear and Smoke
A La Carte – When you have many separate items that can be ordered on a menu, hydrovection supports restaurant style or room service dining. With a smartTouch dial, you can add the amount of steam and with Touchscreen you can add up to 255 individual recipes that will cook and finish product.
Economics – The Hydrovection oven produces as much as 25% more yield than a traditional convection oven. By using steam, it is also 15% faster than a traditional convection oven. When you compare the oven to combi oven pricing, you get a savings also.