CVap (Controlled Vapor Technology)
All kitchen holding equipment uses hot air to affect food. Some equipment even uses “humidity” to indirectly attempt to improve the food holding environment. Though this does work, it is an old method for keeping food warm and it impacts the food’s moisture and texture.
Cooking and Holding the Right Way
Only CVap Cooking and Holding Ovens use heated water vapor to directly control food temperature. Pair that with heated air to directly control food texture and you have an unbeatable combo. Fried chicken stays crispy on the outside and moist on the inside. Cook your large proteins to the perfect doneness and hold them for hours without losing quality.