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Oven Technology: Uniform Cooking


Oven Technology: Uniform Cooking
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Uniform Cooking By Design

Uniform Temperature in oven
Each product peice is identically cooked regardless of it position in the oven.
 
Uniform cooking across oven belt
Temperature is virtually identical across the width of the product belt.
 



Repeatable, uniform cooking is one of the design benchmarks of all Heat and Control ovens. Each oven component fans, nozzles, heating elements, conveyor supports and even the casing is engineered to maintain consistent temperature across the full width of the product conveyor. Even when the load or temperature of incoming product fluctuates, each piece of product is cooked equally regardless of its location on the belt.

Proven by temperature analysis and day-to-day production, the uniform cooking of Heat and Control impingement, spiral and convection ovens delivers significant production benefits over competitive ovens:

  • High finished product yields
  • Short cook times
  • Increased throughputs
  • Consistently safe, high quality product

Since inventing the continuous moisture-controlled cooking process over 35 years ago, Heat and Control has steadily improved oven performance and ease of cleaning. Put our ovens to the test using your own products. Contact Heat and Control today for a cooking test!

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