The Thermo-Roll and Backmeister industrial ovens offer similar benefits as they both serve similar purposes, to bake bread in its different forms and to ensure that the maintenance of key baking factors such as moisture migration and oven temperature is controlled.
The hallmark of the the ovens is their 'radiant heat' feature, a convection current that consists of two different turbo heating options, that run through the baking chambers. They are also capable of running simultaneously.
With both systems running at the same time, it vastly increases the heat transfer - particularly important for baking rye and tin-baked breads - and therefore largely reduces the total baking time, the company claims.
The high temperature the ovens reach in the baking chamber is ideal for the baking of rye breads. This gives the bread a much longer lifespan, and allows quality to be maintained for a much longer period of time - thus making the ovens much more cost effective.
Daub Hamburg is a traditional Hanseatic company that has maintained a strong presence in the oven market since 1938. In its many years of experience developing ovens of varying sizes, it has catered for a whole range of different baking methods.