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  • 1. Being environmentally responsible can have $ benefits for your business
  • 2. Most modern ovens must be capable of :  Baking evenly Baking in the required bake timeBeing able to load any product after any product without delay Making steam in the most efficient mannerBeing able to control top and bottom heat perfectly on all productsBaking an ever increasing variety of products at the same time
  • 3. Computerisation
  • 4. The challenge therefore is to build an oven that bakes precisely, yet uses less power and labour to do it...
  • 5. The higher the baking temperature, the higher the running cost of the oven.
  • 6. How can you bake in the sametime but at lower temperature?
  • 7. What is variable temperature loading (VTL)?
  • 8. Advantages of VTL  Quicker heat up time Lower power consumptionFaster bake periods (no waiting for ovens to cool or pre-heat) More consistent bake and bake times
  • 9. Final 10% of bake is done using latent heat from the elements
  • 10. Review of power savingsHeating ovens for only the time they are required, including turning them off if not used for an hour or more.
  • 11. Review of power savingsWhen you have a Multi deck or Rotel, only heat the decks you will need, and turn them off as soon as possible.
  • 12. Review of power savingsDo not heat ovens higher in temperature than you really need.
  • 13. Review of power savingsTry to stage production that allows the oven to stay at the one temperature or bake onever decreasing temperatures until bake ends.
  • 14. Review of power savingsDo not open doors to check bake progress, instead clean the viewing windows.
  • 15. Review of power savingsDo not use steam on products that do notrequire it, and only use enough to obtain the desired result.
  • 16. Review of power savingsDo not open flues on ovens for product that can bake in a moist environment.
  • 17. Review of power savingsOn Multi decks or Rotel, do not bake hightemperature product in the very bottom deck unless unavoidable. Top deck next most expensive to run.
  • 18. Review of power savingsUse blackened baking trays and tins, and avoid anything that is reflective, such as pie tins with the bottom paint worn off and silver.
  • 19. Review of power savingsIncrease gap between bread tins when baking 16 inch straps in an 18 inch oven.
  • 20. Review of power savingsTrial new baking implements such as sandwich loaf drop on lids that will bake faster, and avoid “aircraft carriers”.
  • 21. Review of power savingsTry to keep ovens full by partnering theproducts that can bake at the same general temperature and close to the same time.
  • 22. Review of power savingsAvoid using the exhaust fan on the canopy unless you are working on the oven and baking.
  • 23. Review of power savingsKeep the oven serviced and in good working order.
  • 24. Review of power savings Avoid over baking product as anything darkerthan necessary has a cost for making it so. Whenusing a mix of oven types such as Rack ovens and Multi deck, use each for its best intended purpose.  Rack oven – larger batch of similar product Multi deck – small batches of a large variety
  • 25. Review of power savingsNever open doors on ovens to cool them down.
  • 26. Review of power savingsDo not cram ovens with product beyond the intended limits the manufacturer sets.
  • 27. Review of power savingsClose oven flues after the day’s use.
  • 28. Review of power savingsUse the ovens latent heat for warming pies or baking meringues.

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