Alto-Shaam will unveil the all new Vector® H Series Multi-Cook Ovens with its most advanced control yet during the National Association of Convenience Stores (NACS) show from October 1-4 in Atlanta.
The new Vector H Series ovens feature an enhanced user-friendly interface, made intentionally simple, as well as a sleek design and custom exterior color options.
“We’re constantly looking for ways to meet the needs of foodservice operators worldwide,” said Jeff McMahon, senior director of product management. “This is only the beginning of improvements aimed to better serve our customers and align with the latest industry trends.”
Providing unmatched volume and menu variety, the compact and ventless Vector H Series countertop models are designed for foodservice operations with limited space. The new model includes Alto-Shaam’s exclusive Structured Air Technology®, featuring four ovens in one. With independent oven chambers, operators are able to simultaneously cook a variety of menu items with zero flavor transfer.
Advanced Control Made Effortlessly Easy
Designed intentionally simple, the new Vector H Series Multi-Cook ovens significantly reduce training time. The control features multi-step, programmable recipes to ensure menu consistency in between shift changes. Operators can upload their own images, categorize food items and filter recipes for seamless cooking at your fingertips. Additionally, enhanced diagnostics keep foodservice operations up and running with easily accessible oven status updates and service details.
Combined with ventless operation, the new Vector H Series control and design offers a premium front-of-the-house appeal with its sleek design and customizable color options. Operators are able to adjust oven light intensity and sound levels to fit the needs, look and feel of their business.
Attend a Live Demonstration at NACS
To see the new Vector H Series Multi-Cook ovens in action, please visit booth 8705 during the NACS show.
Live cooking demonstrations take place on Wednesday, Oct. 2 and Thursday, Oct. 3 at the following times:
- 12:30 p.m.
- 2:30 p.m.
- 4:30 p.m.