SALINI Pyrolytic Oven
Finish: Black Glass with Chrome Handles & Touch Control
Appliance: Electrical Pyrolytic Fan Forced Oven, Digital Display
Configuration: 70L, 13 Function, 4 Layer Glazed Door
Certification: AU Standard, SAA Compliant #SAA-161596-EA
Warranty: 2 Years Parts & Labour
The Salini Pyrolytic oven is a top-of-the-range model, sporting the Salini signature look with their contemporary black glass and chrome styling. Complete with an elegant white LED display and a huge 70L capacity, the oven also has full touch control and 13 functions including conventional and fan-forced cooking as well as specialised modes for defrosting, multi-cooking, baking, and pizza.
The oven has the latest in Pyrolytic technology, making it easier than ever to keep your oven clean. The pyrolytic function allows the oven to reach extremely high temperatures, turning any spillages and residue to ash; simply wipe away with a soft cloth, no more need for harsh and abrasive oven cleaners. For additional safety, the oven has a child lock and a 4 layer glazed door, this extra insulation also means the oven is more energy efficient.
Why buy a pyrolytic oven?
Pyrolytic ovens boast cutting-edge technology that will help you to save time throughout the day. These designs come with a self-cleaning function where the oven heats to high temperatures (approx 300-500°C) to incinerate any food residue on your oven walls, turning it into a fine ash. After the cleaning process has finished, all you have to do is use a damp cloth to wipe away the ash. Say goodbye to harsh chemicals and cleaning products as a result.
What features does a pyrolytic oven come with?
Pyrolytic ovens come with a range of features, making them a fantastic addition to any kitchen. Along with a self-cleaning function, you can expect superior enameling and better insulation (due to the high temperatures), which equals increased efficiency as well as a cooler kitchen. A cooling fan, programmable timer, and multiple cooking settings also come as standard.
What's the difference between pyrolytic ovens and catalytic ovens?
While similar in design, pyrolytic and catalytic ovens have a number of differences. Pyrolytic ovens work just like regular electric ovens for the most part, and they can self-clean when the mode is selected. Catalytic ovens (another type of self-cleaning oven) on the other hand, have a catalytic panel lining, which makes cleaning inside the cavity much easier. While both the catalytic oven and pyrolytic oven come with a self-cleaning function, a catalytic oven will require the oven liners to be regularly replaced.
Are pyrolytic ovens safe?
Yes, they sure are. Pyrolytic ovens have superior enameling and better insulation to ensure that your kitchen remains safe at all times. In fact, pyrolytic ovens boast triple and sometimes even quadruple glass glazing which helps to keep the kitchen area cool. These appliances also have a door lock feature which prevents the oven from being opened while the high-temperature function is in use.
Is a pyrolytic oven worth the money?
If you want to save time and effort throughout your day, then a pyrolytic oven is a great idea. These appliances make cleaning super easy, and you won’t have to use harsh chemicals and cleaners to keep it in mint condition, either. Keep in mind, however, that the self-cleaning function does require more energy than standard cooking due to the high temperatures reached.
How long does pyrolytic cleaning take?
The pyrolytic cleaning process takes around 1.5-2.5 hours. The reason being that the oven needs time to reach 500°C, and to subsequently cool down afterward. For the safety of your family, the oven door will lock at 300°C to reduce the risk of people getting burnt should they attempt to open it while it is self-cleaning.
Do self-cleaning ovens really work?
Yes, they definitely do. Pyrolytic or ‘self-cleaning’ ovens are perfect if you want to spend less time cleaning and more time relaxing. They work by reaching extremely high temperatures to incinerate any food residue that may be clinging to the walls of your oven. All you have to do is wait for the oven to cool down and then wipe away the ash with a damp cloth.
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