Industry News | February 16, 2010

Conveyor Oven, Now with Digital Touch Pad

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Lincoln, a Manitowoc Foodservice brand, announced that its Countertop Impinger (CTI) conveyor ovens were updated with a digital touch pad as a standard feature. Located on the front of the oven, the interface of the new push-button control panel gives operators the ability to quickly and easily set conveyor direction, speed, and temperature. The new controls also feature four preset menu buttons with digital time and temperature display.

Lincoln’s CTI countertop impinger puts large oven capacity almost anywhere it’s needed; small enough to fit on most commercial countertops, but large enough to replace a half-sized convection oven or up to five microwave ovens. The CTI utilizes a 16-inch-wide conveyor belt and 20-inch baking chamber and can be stacked up to two high. In most applications, ventilation is not required.

In addition to a more robust conveyor stepper motor, the digital CTI offers a wider range of oven temperatures adjustable from 90º F to 600º F, and a broader range of conveyor speeds adjustable from 30 seconds to 15 minutes of cook time.

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