What Is A Pyrolytic Oven and How Does It Work?
Wondering what the term ‘pyrolytic’ means when looking at ovens? With so many Pyrolytic Ovens now on the market, we thought we’d provide you with the information you need to help you make informed decisions when purchasing your next oven.
Pyrolytic ovens refer to the cleaning process of using super high temperatures of 500°C, to turn food residue and grime into ash. This means that cleaning your pyrolytic oven requires minimal effort. Once the pyrolytic programme has finished and the oven has cooled down, it’s very easy to wipe the small amount of residue ash with a wet sponge and then dry with a microfibre cloth. Besides the easability of cleaning with a pyrolytic oven, did you know that the chemicals used to clean the inside of a regular oven can potentially contaminate food? Therefore choosing a pyrolytic oven for your kitchen can offer not only convenience but also health and safety benefits.
Below is a video of Co-Managing Director, Rob Sinclair providing you further information on what a pyrolytic oven is, and how it works.