Lincat has redesigned its popular Silverlink 600 V6 oven to enable it to be used with a choice of three Silverlink 600 induction hob tops.
The move has been prompted by customer demand and is particularly significant as up to now it has not been possible to combine the two due to the induction hobs’ sensitive electronics.
Helen Applewhite, marketing manager of Lincat, said: “Our SLI induction hobs are incredibly popular due to their energy efficiency, ability to suite, performance and robust construction. By re-routing the oven’s hot air vent away from the induction hob’s cooling fan intake, our research and development team has found a solution whereby the two can be used together.”
The manufacturer’s plug-in 3kW V6 oven remains a popular solution for pubs, cafés, care homes and community centres.
There are three compatible Silverink 600 induction hob tops – a single heat zone, a twin heat zone and a concave surface for wok cooking.
Each delivers almost twice the power of a similarly rated gas hob, according to Lincat.
The Silverlink 600 is one of several branded lines that Lincat manufactures from its base in Lincoln. It also produces the Opus 800, Phoenix, Lynx 400, FriFri, FilterFlow, Cibo, Panther and Seal lines.