Industry News | June 30, 2014

Alto-Shaam Oven Earns EPA Rating

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Alto-Shaam’s CT PROformance Combitherm 7-20G oven has earned an ENERGY STAR rating from the Environmental Protection Agency.

The ENERGY STAR rating was established to protect the environment by reducing greenhouse gas emissions and other pollutants caused from inefficient use of energy. Their label makes it easy for consumers to identify energy efficient products that will save them money and protect the environment. All ENERGY STAR products are independently certified to save energy without sacrificing features or performance.

“As an industry leading provider of ecologically and economically smart cooking solutions, we’re committed to helping our customers drive down ownership costs and protect the environment,” says Todd Griffith, vice president of sales and marketing at Alto-Shaam, Inc.

The CT PROformance with EcoSmart technology boosts energy efficiency by 40 percent over conventional cooking technologies, while using 80 percent less water. Considered an alternative for a convection oven, kettle, steamer, fryer, smoker, and dehydrator, this all-in-one, ENERGY STAR rated solution operates up to 20 percent faster than other combi ovens and up to 80 percent faster than conventional technology with a new PROpower “turbo” mode.

In order to earn an ENERGY STAR label, a product must meet specific energy efficient requirements established by the EPA. The CT PROformance oven was rated off its ability to contribute energy savings nationwide, deliver energy efficiency without foregoing innovative features or high quality performance, and verify energy consumption and performance by accurately measuring and testing the product.

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