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Gamble launches Ovention Shuttle

By Lauren Houghton contact

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The Ovention Shuttle has three catalytic converters, a USB port and a front panel cooling system
The Ovention Shuttle has three catalytic converters, a USB port and a front panel cooling system
Gamble Foodservice Solutions has launched the Ovention Shuttle, an oven which allows high capacity conveyor cooking.

Product details:

The Ovention Shuttle focuses on two main oven technologies; its improved conveyer and its cooking control. The oven has customised temperatures as well as time and blower speeds for each item. It uses a one-touch Graphical User Interface-based control system and features as many as 1000 cook settings and four peak time conveyor mode settings.

The Ovention Shuttle has three catalytic converters, a USB port and a front panel cooling system for improved performance and user experience.  It has RapidLoad technology with touchpads and stepper motor automation to move food into the oven capacity in under three seconds.


The oven benefits foodservice teams by having two main conveyor modes. This means it can switch between a traditional conveyor, which gives maximum throughput of a high-volume menu item during peak periods, and precise cooking, which works when footfall is lower. 

Why you should buy it:

Sales director for Gamble Foodservice Solutions Andy Piggin said: “The Shuttle delivers two essential oven technologies, combining high performance cooking with flexibility and innovation. It is comfortable and quiet, ticks the box for energy efficient cooking and does not require a hood, which makes it a perfect solution for busy kitchens in a wide variety of sectors.

“The launch of the Ovention Matchbox Oven to the UK market last year was a revolution in commercial cooking and it has been a huge success, giving caterers the flexibility to cook precisely and efficiently.

“We are confident that the new Ovention Shuttle, which offers all of the same benefits alongside high performance, high capacity cooking at the touch of a button, will have a similar impact for caterers who are continually looking for new ways to make time, space and energy savings in the kitchen.”

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