New Turbofan 40 Combi Series

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The Turbofan’s consistent performance, compact footprint and many innovative features have been hugely popular in recent years. Now, with the launch of the Turbofan 40 Combi Series, there’s even more in less.

Officially launched in September at the Melbourne Fine Food Show, the new series delivers enhanced flexibility and convenience with the new combi-oven mode. Importantly, it retains Turbofan’s legendary compact size, and boasts a small 812mm-wide footprint.

Perhaps the most notable feature of the new series is its versatility. Each of the ovens in the Turbofan 40 Combi Series can operate in three modes: combi, convection, or steam. This means they can provide high-quality output across a very wide range of products, from patisserie-style baked goods to meat, fish and vegetables.

The combi mode enables excellent results for proteins without the need to continually baste products to keep them from drying out. Temperature and humidity are automatically controlled, and juiciness and tenderness are ensured when regenerating pre-cooked foods.

The convection mode provides delectable dishes at full loads, with a variable high or low ventilation speed with automatic power reduction to slash energy consumption and waste while delivering perfect cooking uniformity.

The steam mode creates flavour, colour and consistency with maximum precision and control (even at low temperatures) thanks to an automatic steam saturation regulator in the cooking chamber.

Importantly, the new series provides flexibility in cooking capacity–there’s even a unique grill support system with variable positioning for specialist savoury baking trays.

With its compact size the range is ideal for the smaller kitchens in cafes or bars too. Every oven in the series can be bench or stand mounted. The sophisticated modern design makes it ideal for front of house cooking and bar areas.

There are manual and digital ovens to choose from. Manual provides everyday ease of use, with three controls to set cooking mode, time and temperature. Digital includes a ‘touch and cook’ function with ten pre-set cooking programs with easy-use food design icons and a central scroll and push knob for settings and options–all important functions for use in a busy kitchen. A further 89 programs can easily be set for future use.

On the inside, all 40 Series ovens have perfectly smooth cooking chamber walls with rounded edges for easy cleaning. The double-glazed doors also have thermo-reflective tempered glass, and the air cavities prevent heat radiation and increase efficiency.

Automatic inversion of the direction of the fan ensures perfectly uniform cooking. An ‘ecospeed’ function on the digital version calibrates power levels based on the amount of food that is being cooked, optimising consumption and minimising waste. Cleaning is also easy. There’s an externally fitted hand shower on all models and an automatic cleaning system with replaceable liquid detergent on the digital models.

As always, the ovens also represent excellent value.

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