Lincoln V2501-1353 - Ventless Digital Countertop Impinger Electric 31" Conveyor Oven - 208V

Lincoln's CTI 2500 Series Pizza Conveyor Oven

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The CTI 2500 by Lincoln
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SKU: V2501/1353
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Overview

In a hurry? Check out these key benefits:

  • Ventless system allows installation flexibility (must comply with safety codes)
  • Push button control panel includes digital temp display, speed, timer, and 4 pre-set options
  • Consistent bakes at least twice as fast as standard conveyor ovens
  • Heat barrier locks in flavors and crisps outside of product
  • Cooks wide variety of foods: bacon, burritos, burgers, bratwurst, bbq, chicken, corn dogs, cookies, egg rolls, fish, veggies, meatballs, pizza, fries, quiche, steak, sausage, toasted cheese, etc.
  • 1 Year Parts and Labor Commercial Warranty

The Other Easy Bake Oven

Your business relies on creating a consistent product. When customers order a pizza or a pastry from your restaurant, they want to know that they'll get the same crisp texture and delightful flavor each and every time. This often translates to loyalty and repeat customers, which is invaluable in the restaurant world.

Cooking with the Lincoln V2501/1353 CTI Digital Countertop Impinger Electric 31" Conveyor Oven ensures reliable and consistent results. For example, making your signature pizza is as simple as two steps - set the oven to 500 degrees and place the pizza on the conveyor. The Air Impingement Technology shoots jets of hot air onto food as it passes through the oven compartment, which results in shorter cooking times and crispier textures. In less than 6 minutes, guests will have a mouthwatering pie ready to be delivered to their table.

The V2501/1353 is equipped with a catalytic convertor which limits the output of smoke, grease, and odor. It meets the UL standards which allows it to be installed without ventilation. Of course, placement is determined first by local safety codes, but you will have more freedom in where you install it than other conveyor ovens.

Need this oven in 240 Volts? Check out the Lincoln V2502/1353 240V Ventless Conveyor Oven.

Features

Standard Features

  • Ventless system allows placement flexibility (check local code)
  • Push button control panel includes digital temp display, timer, and 4 pre-set options
  • Conveyor can reverse direction with the push of a button
  • Time adjustable from 30 seconds to 15 minutes
  • Temperature range: 90 degrees to 600 degrees Fahrenheit
  • 4 adjustable air distribution fingers
  • Outside constructed of No. 4 finish stainless steel
  • Removable panels equal quick cleanup.
  • Air Impingement creates a consistent bake at least 2X as fast as the standard
  • Ventless system allows placement flexibility (check local code)
  • Easily programmable digital controls
  • Heat barrier locks in flavors and crisps outside of product
  • Cooks wide variety of foods: bacon, burritos, burgers, bratwurst, bbq, chicken, corn dogs, cookies, egg rolls, fish, veggies, meatballs, pizza, fries, quiche, steak, sausage, toasted cheese, etc.

Specs

Specifications
Manufacturer: Lincoln
SKU: V2501/1353
Dimensions: W: 35 & 5/8. D: 31 & 1/4. H: 18
Power: 208 V, 27 Amps, Phase 1, 60 Hz
Commercial Warranty: 1 Year Parts and Labor
Weight: 240 lbs

Brand

Lincoln designs, manufactures, and markets commercial and institutional foodservice cooking equipment. In 1982, the Company introduced a line of forced hot-air conveyor ovens called Impinger® ovens. Impinger® ovens cook most foods approximately two times faster than standard convection ovens and two to four time faster than conventional deck ovens. Lincoln manufacturers a family of Impinger® ovens with various capacities and space requirements. The company also manufacturers and markets a line of electric Fresh-O-Matic® food steamers. Food steamers produce super-heated steam that permits rapid reheating or warming of bread, fast food, and convenience food products.

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