Moffat redesigns Turbofan series of electric ovens
December 14, 2012 By Bakers Journal
Dec. 14, 2012 – Moffat Inc. will showcase the redesigned Turbofan series
of electric ovens at the NAFEM Show, Feb. 7-9, at the Orange County
Convention Center in Orlando, Fla.
Dec. 14, 2012 – Moffat Inc. will showcase the redesigned Turbofan series of electric ovens at the NAFEM Show, Feb. 7-9, at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Fla.
The new Turbofan E33 convection oven features an improved bi-directional fan system for superior bake results. Its compact 610-millimetre width is ideal for a small footprint. Moffat has introduced a new touch controller for the 30 series that offers up to 50 pre-set menu items, three stage cooking, and an icon-driven menu system for intuitive functionality and pre-programming.
The portable E33 has 5.8 kilowatts of cooking power, and a compact footprint for half size sheet pan or hotel pan capacity that is ideal for baking, roasting, and regenerating food products. The unit also includes a core temperature probe and five moisture injection levels, without the need for drain connections.
The E32D5 is a five-tray model listed at 78 per cent energy efficient. A single phase connection and 6.5 kilowatts of power means it can cook and bake for every need while still being portable enough to be used anywhere, with or without a stand.
The Energy Star-qualified E32D5 and G32D5 (gas model) are both only 29 inches wide by 32 inches deep while holding five full size sheet pans. The ovens also include electronic controls, high visibility digital displays, and a water injection feature that brings excellent results when moisture or steam is required. Outside, the exterior is full stainless steel. Inside, a bi-directional reversing fan system enhances the efficiency and evenness of heating. www.moffat.com
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