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The different types of oven

The different types of oven


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To choose a good oven, you must first take stock of your needs and desires. Once your criteria have been selected, you must then succeed in associating them with the performance of the ovens available today on the market and therefore understand what is hidden behind these specialized terms: what does pyrolysis mean? What do we mean by multifunction oven and what is pulsed heat? We tell you everything.

Depending on the type of cleaning

Among the criteria given for an oven, you often hear about catalysis and pyrolysis but do you know what it really hides behind these terms? This is in fact the cleaning mode: the pyrolysis oven has a specific cleaning program while on a catalyzed oven, the treatment of the walls acts during cooking by destroying the fats. The pyrolysis oven is usually more expensive to buy, but it is more efficient in cleaning and has a longer service life.

According to the type of cooking

By traditional ovens is meant appliances which operate by natural convection, that is to say thanks to resistors placed at the top and bottom of the oven. In this case, the heated air does not circulate in the oven and it is said to be static. Conversely, stirring or forced air ovens allow air circulation for faster and more even cooking. Many ovens offer these two types of cooking because each cooking has its advantage, it is generally multifunction ovens. Today, new types of cooking are appearing which complement them. Let us quote for example steam cooking or even low temperature cooking Finally there are other important criteria which must be taken into account such as energy consumption, the capacity of the cavity, the diversity of programs, safety, purchase price and of course, the aesthetics of the product.



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