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OPALE

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Characteristics

  • Market:

    commercial

  • Power source:

    electric

  • Installation:

    built-in

  • Other characteristics:

    for bakeries, with fixed rack

  • Depth:

    Max.: 2,000 mm (79 in)

    2,000 mm (79 in)

    Min.: 1,600 mm (63 in)

Description

Opale Style Range
Opal Style Oven is ideal for a traditional baking on a deck, thanks to a perfectly homogeneous distribution of the heat in each baking room and to the separated setting of the bottom and the top.
Versatile, it will be the ally of your products, even the most refined.

Presentation
Reactivity and energy savings
An automaton programmable manages the energy saves by cyclic rotation during the oven is ON.
This regulation system enables to limit the total power conserving a good reactivity at each floor.
Thermal insulation is ensured by rockwool panels from 100 to 140mm of width according to the walls, for an improved security and an optimal energetic productivity.

Steam production
The steam generator partly based on the inferior part of the oven, is heated by 3 resistance shielded stainless steel. Steam production is important and sufficient to the most intensive rates.

A control panel readable and easy to program
Common operations, as the change and the display of the bottom and top temperature of the floors, are immediately available and easy to program.
And that, thanks to an innovative system of real-time clock with programmable start up which enables an effective management for a deferred baking.

Ergonomics and design

Ergonomics and user-friendliness
Column of the indicators of baking inclined towards the user to facilitate the reading
On the column the commands are protected by a bar in stainless steel
Ergonomics

New regulation
Clock with real-time display with start up of bake programmable at HH.MM by 7 days
Fast handling
Integration of the light command at the regulation