10 Best Pyrolysis ovens of 2018

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Pyrolysis ovens guide

Pyrolysis ovens are ovens with self-cleaning function. They are therefore attractive to all those who do not want to spend their free time with cleaning and scrubbing. Pyrolysis is a function of automatic cleaning in modern ovens. After activation of pyrolysis baking, roasting and grilling residues are decomposed. The remnants in the form of ash can then be easily wiped. Chemical detergents are completely superfluous.

Oven with special program

Pyrolysis ovens start the cleaning program after use at the touch of a button. In this way, the cleaning of the oven – with one of the most laborious and unpopular work in the kitchen – designed completely quickly and easily. Whether cheese rices from the pizza or grease splashes from the crust of the chicken, the bottom and walls of the oven somehow always get something off. Nowadays, almost all the major, renowned manufacturers of kitchen appliances have one or more Pyrolysis ovens in program. The special program of the oven heats its interior to a temperature of over 500 degrees Celsius. The heat simply breaks down organic matter such as fat or carbohydrates. The molecules separate from each other. All that’s left is ashes.

Advantages and disadvantages

The word „pyrolysis“ comes from the Greek. Literally translated, it means „heat splitting“ from „pyro“ („fire“, „heat“) and „lysis“ („splitting“). Nowadays, the word is the technical term for a modern oven function. This has numerous, not to be underestimated advantages. So can the ovenbe cleaned quickly and easily both light and heavy soiling. Also feature Pyrolysis ovens compared to conventional ovens on a better thermal insulation. In this way, less power is used during baking and frying. The self-cleaning function saves time and the need for chemical cleaning agents. In addition, suitable sheets, such as nano-coated suspension grids, can be left in the oven during the process of self-cleaning. So they will be cleaned with you. But beware: aluminum sheets are not suitable for this purpose. A disadvantage of the pyrolysis oven is the high energy consumption of the self-cleaning – the heating elements of the oven must be heated intensively and for hours at least. However, the energy expenditure can be compensated – for example, by a better thermal insulation. Also disadvantageous: The cleaning process of Pyrolysis ovens takes a lot of time. So it takes up to three hours. Rust and other utensils made of stainless steel or aluminum can not be cleaned. These almost always include the extendable rails. Experience from customers also suggests that places in the interior such as the glass panel of the door are not always completely clean. A shower sponge is and remains indispensable. In addition, ovens with pyrolysis function are relatively expensive: Compared to conventional ovens can be up to an additional cost of up to 200 € on the customer. And: They do not always have the function and features of conventional models.

No scratching, scrubbing or soaking

The self-cleaning function or pyrolysis function of a pyrolysis oven works solely by heat. When it is started, the oven heats up to a temperature of up to 600 degrees Celsius. In this way, the dirt particles and molecules are burned. They remain in the form of ash in the oven. Once the interior of the oven has cooled, the ash can be removed with a damp cloth. Depending on the content and use of the pyrolysis oven this is more or less polluted or encrusted. A pyrolysis oven therefore usually has several – usually three – stages of pyrolysis. These can be set high or low depending on the degree of soiling of the oven. In this way eliminates annoying scratching and scrubbing the oven surfaces. You can also save yourself the hours of soaking the floor and the walls. Another advantage: During the baking or roasting process, the unpleasant smoke or odor development due to the burning of residues of the last baking process is eliminated. You save yourself the unpopular and exhausting cleaning work. After the self-cleaning program has ended, it will switch itself off.

Online trade and kitchen business

One pass of the cleaning program of Pyrolysis ovens costs between 60 and 90 cents – depending on duration, temperature and electricity price. Compared to the disadvantages of chemical oven cleaners (cost, environmental impact) this is not too much. The purchase of a pyrolysis oven is especially worthwhile for ambitious bakers and brokers, who are reluctant to clean. If there are frequent drips and splashes in the interior of the oven, a basic cleaning in a conventional oven can be extremely tiring and time-consuming. High-quality ovens with pyrolysis or self-cleaning function, such as the HND72PS50 oven-hob combination from Bosch, can be found both in online shops and in the kitchen trade.

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