CT Express Step-By-Step Manual (2016-04-01)

CT Express Step-By-Step Manual (2016-04-01)
Combitherm®
Combination Oven/Steamer
CTX4-10E
CTX4-10EVH
CTX4-10EC
CombiOven
shown with ExpressTouch™ control
Step-By-Step
Cooking Guide and
Operation Manual
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PHONE: 262 .251 .3800•800 .558 .8744 U .S .A ./CANADA
FAX: 262 .251 .7067•800 .329 .8744 U .S .A .ONLY
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Consultinstructions
foroperationanduse .
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Introduction
EcoSmart Technology. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Simple Control. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
ExpressTouch™. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Safety Precautions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Cleaning & Maintenance
Cleaning Agents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Precautions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
First Aid . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Preventive Maintenance. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Preventative Maintenance. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Protecting Stainless Steel Surfaces. . . . . . . . .
Cleaning Schedule. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Probe Usage and Cleaning. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Ventless Hood Filters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
ExpressTouch with CombiClean®. . . . . . . . . .
Simple Control with CombiClean®. . . . . . . . .
Cleaning without CombiClean® . . . . . . . . . . .
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ExpressTouch™ Operating Instructions
Start-Up Procedures. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Main Menu Screen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Settings Screen. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Upload/Download Screen. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Cooking Mode Screen. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Factory Default Settings. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Steam Mode. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Combination Mode. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Convection Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Retherm Mode. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Broiler Mode (optional) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Core Temperature Probe Mode (optional). . . 20
Calibrating ExpressTouch Probe. . . . . . . . . . . 20
Core Temperature - Delta-T (optional). . . . . . 21
CombiSmoker Procedures. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Ventless Hood Model. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
Auxiliary Functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
Using Preprogrammed Recipes . . . . . . . . . . . 27
Recipe Programming . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
Bakery Recipes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
Convenience Product Recipes. . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
Fish & Seafood Recipes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
Meat Recipes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
Miscellaneous Recipes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
Poultry Recipes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
Vegetable Recipes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
HACCP Access . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
Simple Control Panel Identification. . . . . . . . 40
Simple Control Operating Instructions. . . . . 41
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Trouble Shooting
Emergency Operation Mode. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56
Error Codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57
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Ecosmart® Technology
TheAlto-ShaamCTExpressCombitherm
combinationoven/steameremploys
Ecosmartoperatingefficienciesinthe
designandapplicationofalloperating
andprogrammingfunctions .Ecosmart
operationalcharacteristicsincludetheuseofa
waterbarriertoclosetheovencompartmenttothe
outsideair .Whilemaintaininganon-pressurized
atmosphere,theprimarypurposeoftheEcosmart
systemistopreventthesteamandheatgenerated
withintheovencompartmentfromfreelyescaping
totheoutside .
TheEcosmartdesigndisplacestheairwithinthe
cookingcompartmentandachievesahigherlevel
ofsteamsaturationthatoffersquick-steamingat
temperaturesabove212°F(100°C) .
Thisguideisprovidedasanoperationalaidwith
step-by-stepinstructionsofthebasicfunctionsof
theCombithermoven,alongwiththemanyother
additionalfeaturesofthecontrol .
Simple Control
TheCombithermSimplecontrolfeaturesasimple,Pressbutton
controlthatcommandsalltheovenfunctions .Whetheryoucookby
time,orcookusingtheoptionalproductprobe,restassuredyouwill
beabletobake,roast,steam,poach,grill,broil,proof,braiseandoven
frywithconfidence .
LED display -Easytoreaddisplayindicatestemperaturesettings,
timeremaining,andvariousinstructions .
STEAM MODE
COMBINATION MODE
CONVECTION MODE
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ExpressTouch™ Control
The Combitherm ExpressTouch control features a simple,
graphics-based control panel that commands all the
oven functions. Access up to 250 of your titled recipes. Manual Cooking by Time and temperature also are
easily accomplished. Intuitive interface - The Alto-Shaam ExpressTouch offers
a simple interface that commands all of the Combitherm’s
cooking functions. As the name
implies, it is fully operable by touch.
Graphic controls - The highly visual
graphic-based control with logical
procedures ensure that correct steps
are followed every time. An excellent memory - Access up to
250 of your titled recipes. The
CT Express with ExpressTouch also
comes standard with more than
100 pre-programmed recipes
covering most commonly prepared
food items. HACCP data access (option) The CT Express with ExpressTouch
offers a downloadable
HACCP function.
Six levels of Gold-n-Brown™ - Six precise and consistent
browning levels are standard with the ExpressTouch. The
exclusive Gold-n-Brown feature gives the operator the
ability to achieve the ideal cooking environment for the
ideal finish. Superior baking - The two-speed fan provides consistent
baking results. A moisture injection feature provides
perfect sheen and crust on breads and pastry items.
STEAM MODE
COMBINATION MODE
CONVECTION MODE
BROILER MODE
Multi-shelf timers - Track cooking
time of different food items in the same
oven with multi-shelf timers. Time is
tracked in minutes and seconds. On-board diagnostics - The
ExpressTouch system includes
on-board diagnostic functionality
with results displayed right on the
touchscreen.
Reduced energy setting ExpressTouch features
an interactive control display with
reduced energy setting.
RETHERM MODE
NOTICE: In a food service application, the catalytic converter technology does have limitations that are specific
to recommended use (product type and volume of food produced). Application, both menu type and
production, are limited. Overproduction and overcooking may result in exceeding conversion capability of
the catalytic system and proper use should be exercised. Additionally, the catalytic converter system will
not capture steam emission (during normal steam and/or combination cooking modes) from the oven cavity
when the oven door is opened. This product conforms to the ventilation recommendations set forth by NFPA96 using EPA202 test method. The oven shall be used for the cooking or warming of pizza, bread, bakery products, or similar items only. No raw animal protein products (skin-on poultry, ground meats, bacon, sausage, steak, etc) shall be cooked
in the equipment unless mechanical ventilation is provided. Precooked foods such as animal, fish, or skinless
poultry protein products may be reheated in the oven. The oven must be operated in a well-ventilated area
approved for food preparation. If cooking fatty proteins, it is recommended that the local HVAC codes and
authorities are consulted to ensure compliance with ventilation requirements. Ventless allowance is subject
to and dependent upon local jurisdictional approval and some jurisdictions may not recognize the NSF/UL
certification or application.
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Important Safety Precautions
NOTICE: • Automatic steam venting is a standard
safety feature built into all Combitherm
oven models. This feature vents all steam
from the oven compartment immediately
before cooking time expires or set probe
temperature is reached.
•Use authorized Combitherm oven cleaner only.
Unauthorized cleaning agents may discolor or harm
interior surfaces of the oven. Read and understand
label and material safety data sheet before using the
oven cleaner.
•Automatic steam venting does not function
if the oven door is opened before time
expires or when the oven has been set to
continuous operation.
For Operator Safety
Note and observe all safety precautions located throughout
this guide.
LA-22026
LA-22026
HOT STEAM CAUSES BURNS
Rotate the door handle to release the door latch.
Wait until the steam is vented before fully opening
the door.
CAUTION
To prevent SEVERE PERSONAL
INJURY or PROPERTY DAMAGE:
ALWAYS use hand protection when
operating this appliance to avoid
burns. Metal parts of this equipment
become extremely hot when in
operation.
DO NOT handle pans containing liquid or
semiliquid products positioned above the
eye level of the operator. Such products can
scald and cause serious injury.
DANGER
To prevent serious personal injury, death, or
property damage:
Do not steam clean, hose down or flood
the interior or exterior with water or liquid
solution of any kind. Do not use water jet
to clean. Failure to observe this precaution
will void the warranty.
CAUTION
To prevent INJURY or PROPERTY
DAMAGE, make certain the area
around the appliance is kept clear of
combustible items.
WARNING
DO NOT obstruct or block exhaust
flues or attach any flue extension that
may impede proper burner operation,
restrict the exhaust fumes and cause
negative backdraft or the appliance
to shut down. Failure to do so may
result in serious injury or death.
DO NOT use the attached hand-held hose to
spray anything other than the interior of the
combitherm oven compartment.
DO NOT use the spray hose on the surface
of a hot cooking compartment. allow the
oven to cool to a minimum of 150°F (66°C).
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Start-Up Procedures
When the oven is powered on, the ExpressTouch screen
illuminates. “Loading” indicates that the software
is booting up. The screen will also indicate what level
of progress has been made as the software becomes
fully operational.
Main Menu Screen
leaning Mode (optional)
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Four (4) cleaning levels are available:
rinse, light, normal, and heavy-duty cleaning.
ownload/Upload Files and
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HACCP Access (optional)
Download all preprogrammed recipes (factory
default and user-programmed) and HACCP data to a
USB memory stick.
Settings
Change factory default settings. See next page for
more information.
ervice Mode (password protected)
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This mode is only available to qualified
service technicians.
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CT Express Start-Up Procedures
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Turn on exhaust hood.
Turn on water supply.
Turn on main electrical power to appliance.
Pushthepowerbuttononthe
appliance control panel.
The oven will automatically heat to a stand-by mode
temperature of 188°F (77°C).
NOTICE: Topowerofftheappliance,pushandhold
the power icon until the red LED illuminates
to initiate power shut-down sequence to
the oven. Oven will not shut down during
a cooking cycle. ONLY if the control is
unresponsive,firmlypressandholdthepower
button.Theunitwillforciblyshutdown
10-seconds after the red LED illuminates.
If,foranyreason,theovenisturnedofforlosespower
duringthisstart-upprocess,theoperatorwillbe
prompted to calibrate the touchscreen when the oven is
next powered up.
Return to Home Screen - Touch the red arrow if
the touchscreen does not need to be calibrated.
Begin Calibration Process - Touch the green check
mark if the touchscreen does need to be calibrated. The
screen will switch to a grey background. A crosshair
icon will appear. The operator should touch the center
intersection using a stylus for an accurate calibration.
This prompt and required action will be repeated
severaltimesindifferentareasofthetouchscreen.
Whencomplete,theoperatorwillbereturnedtothe
home screen.
NOTE: Intheeventofapowerfailure,theoven
willnotoperate .
*TO CALIBRATE, TOUCH THE CROSS
HAIRS, NOT THE WORDS.
CALIBRATE
CALIBRER
CALIBRACIÓN
EICHEN
校准
교정
КАЛИБРОВКA
CALIBRATE
CALIBRER
CALIBRACIÓN
EICHEN
校准
교정
КАЛИБРОВКA
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Settings Screen
Fahrenheit or Celsius Function - Choose
temperatureformat .
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°C
°C
Notice:Afterchoosingyourformat,returnto
theMainMenuscreenandPressOven
PowerswitchtoOFF .
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Default Memo - Reverttime/temperaturesetting
tofactorydefaultswhenswitchingmodesor
keepthelastusersetting .
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Touchscreen Brightness - Adjustbrightnessof
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Set/Change Date & Time - Setorchangeoven
timeanddatesettings .
Calibrate Product Probe (optional)
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Lock/Unlock Recipes - Passwordprotect
preprogrammedrecipes .
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Multi-shelf Timer Number of Shelves - Choose
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thedefaultnumberofitemsintheoventobe
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usedbythemulti-shelftimer .
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Language Choice - English,Spanish,Mandarin,
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French,German,KoreanandRussianare
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Sound/Alarm Settings - Changealarmsounds
andvolume .
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Software update - Uploadnewcontrolsoftware
totheovenusingaUSBdrive .
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Return to Previous Screen - Returntoprevious
screenwhenfinishedadjustingsettings .
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Upload/Download Screen
Powerful tool -TheExpressTouchcontrolplaysan
importantpartinourcontinuousimprovementprocess .
Newfeaturesandabilitiescanbeuploadedtoyourovenas
theybecomeavailable .Visitourwebsite’sdownloadlinkat:
http://www .alto-shaam .com/en/expresstouch-download
OrsimplycallourServiceDepartmentforassistance .
Download Recipes
CopyallrecipesfromUSBmemorystick
tooven .Thiswillreplaceandoverwrite
existingrecipes .
HACCP
GO TO
PREVIOUS
SCREEN
DOWNLOAD
RECIPES
UPLOAD
RECIPES
DOWNLOAD
HACCP INFO
ADD ALL
RECIPES
Upload Recipes
CopyallrecipesfromovencontroltoUSB
memorystick .
Add All Recipes
CopyallrecipesfromUSBmemorysticktothe
ovencontrol .Thiswilladdtherecipestothe
beginningoftheexistingrecipelist .
HACCP
HACCP Data (optional)
DownloaddatatoaUSBdriveforreviewina
.txtfileformat .
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Cooking Mode Screen
Temperature
Steam
Mode
Time
Multi-Shelf
Timer
345°F
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225°F
Combination
Mode
Convection
Mode
Broiler
Mode
(Optional)
Delayed Start
Timer
Cleaning
Reduced
Power Mode
Add Recipe
Gold-N-Brown
Mode
Find Recipe
Smoker Mode
(Optional)
Retherm
Mode
Preheat
Core
Temperature
(Optional)
Fan Speed
Start
Cool
Down
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Cooking Mode Screen Identification
Main Menu Icons
Power ON/OFF button
ctivates/deactivatespowertotheoven .Itautomatically
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fillsthesteamgeneratorequippedmodelswithwaterthat
willheattoastand-bymodetemperatureof188°F(77°C) .
Time
sedtosettherequiredcookingtimeorrecalltheset
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cookingtime .
Core Temperature (optional)
Usedtosettherequiredinternalproducttemperature,
345°F
torecalltheinternalproducttemperaturesetbythe
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operator,ortodisplaythecurrentinternaltemperatureof
theproduct .
225°F
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5
NOTICE: Oven will not shut down during a cooking
cycle.Firmlypressandholdthepowerbutton
345°F
for 10 seconds to power down the oven ONLY
IF the control has locked and is unresponsive. 1:43 45 Preheat Mode
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225°FPreheatstheovencavitytoatemperaturesetbyuser .
Steam Mode
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Theovenwilloperateinthesteammodeatatemperature
Cool Down Mode
rangeof85°Fto250°F(30°Cto121°C) .
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4
Lowerstemperatureoftheovencavityatanaccelerated
•Automaticsteamingat212°F(100°C)
pacetotemperaturesetbyuser .
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factory-setdefault .
345°F
•Quicksteamingbetween213°Fand250°F
Delayed Start Time
2
345°F
(101°Cand121°C) .
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1:43
Quickandsimplewaytobeginpreheatingyouroven
•Lowtemperaturesteamingbetween85°Fand211°F
11:43
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whileyou’reaway,andreadytogowhenyouare .
225°F
(29°Cand99°C) .
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345°F
1:43
225°F
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225°F
345°F
Combination
Mode
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Selectioniconforcookingwithacombinationofsteam
345°F
andconvectionheat .Canbesetbetween212°Fto485°F
225°F
(100°Cand252°C) .
1:43 45
345°F
Convection Mode
225°F
Selectioniconforconvectioncookingwithoutsteamata
45
1:43
345°F
temperaturerangeof85°Fto485°F(29°Cto252°C) .
225°F
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Start/Stop
Initiatesallcookingmodefunctionsandprogrammed
proceduresstoredinmemory .Stopsanactivatedcooking
modeorprogrammedprocedurecurrentlyinprogress .
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Broiler Mode (optional)
2
Quicklyandefficientlytoastorbroilsandwiches,nachos,
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soups,anddessertswiththetopshelfbroilingelement .
1
225°F
2
Retherm Mode
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oodrethermalizationorreheatingmodewilloperate
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withautomaticsteaminjectionatatemperaturerangeof
245°Fto320°F(120°Cto160°C) .
Temperature
sedtosettherequiredcookingtemperature,torecall
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thesetcookingtemperature,ortochecktheactual
oventemperature .
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Auxiliary Function Icons
345°F345°F
1:43 45
345°F
1:43
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1:43225°F
225°F
225°F
Gold-n-Brown Mode
345°F
This indicator will illuminate when the browning
function is set by the operator in a timed or programmed
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cooking cycle in any mode. Level 1 provides least
amount
of browning, level 6 the most.
225°F
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Reduced Power Mode
4 power peaks and
Used to reduce
kitchen
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energy consumption.
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Fan Speed 4
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This indicator will illuminate
whenever the operator
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sets a reduced fan speed
to protect products affected by
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high‑velocity air movement.
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Multi-shelf Timer
Use separate
timers5 for one or more shelves in the oven
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compartment (only visible in time mode).
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Steam Injection
(not shown on illustration)
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Press to add
moisture in any cooking mode. Steam will
inject into the cavity
as long as the icon is touched.
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Delta-T Core Temperature
(optional) - only visible
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in certain1 2modes Cook5 by probe. Mode automatically
adjusts cooking temperature in proportion to the internal
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1
temperature
of the product. 3
Smoking Mode (optional) - only visible in
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convection mode or combination
mode. This indicator
will illuminate when the smoking function is set by the
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operator in a timer, probe
or programmed cooking cycle. 1
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Add Recipe
sed to create, change,
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duplicate, and delete
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programmed menus. Rest
This step allows you to pause the oven during a program. The
rest step is ideal for cold smoking. Infuse your food with smoke
flavor after the actual smoking step has stopped.
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Find Recipe
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Access a menu list 2of
all stored cooking programs.
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ExpressTouch Factory Default Settings
COOKING MODE
OVEN TEMPERATURE
CORE TEMPERATURE
COOKING TIME
Steam
212°F
(100°C)
160°F
(70°C)
25 minutes
Combination Steam
350°F
(175°C)
160°F
(70°C)
70 minutes
Convection
350°F
(175°C)
160°F
(70°C)
30 minutes
Broiler/Finishing (optional)
_ _ _ _ °F
N/A
—— : ——
Retherm (available on
ExpressTouch only)
275°F
(135°C)
160°F
(70°C)
5 minutes
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Steam Mode
TheSteammodeprovidestheoperatorwiththeability
tosteam,poach,orblanch .Thismodewillautomatically
steamattheboilingpointofwater;quick-steamabove
theboilingpointforfastercookingresults;orlow
temperaturesteam,belowtheboilingpoint,formore
delicateproductssuchaspâté,mousse,seafood,or
custard .
1 .
2 .
Cooking by Product Core Temperature:
1 .
TouchtheProbetemperaturefieldtotherightof
theicon .
PressthePower Buttontopowerovenon .
TouchtheSteam Modeicon .
Thelastsetvaluesorovencontroldefault
345°Fsettingfortemperatureandtimewillappearin
1:43 45thedisplay .
225°F
3 .
TouchtheStarticontocookatthe
displayedsettings .
Changing the Displayed Settings:
Touchthedisplayedtemperature .
Thecookingtemperaturewillappearatthetopof
thetemperatureselectionwindow .Typeindesired
temperatureoruseupanddownarrowstoadjust
temperature .Whenfinished,touchthebluecheck
markicon
toconfirmchange .
• Automaticsteaming212°F(100°C)
• Quicksteaming213°Fto250°F(101°Cto121°C)
• Lowtemperaturesteaming85°Fto211°F
(29°Cto99°C)
Cooking by Time:
Touchthedisplayedtime .
Thepreviouslysetcoretemperatureoroven
controldefaultsettingwillappearhighlighted
withintheovendisplay .Touchthedisplayed
coretemperature .Theinternalproductcore
temperaturewillappearatthetopofthe
temperatureselectionwindow .Typeindesired
internalproductcoretemperatureoruseup
anddownarrowstoadjusttemperature .When
to
finished,touchthebluecheckmarkicon
confirmchange .
345°F
Attachremovableprobebeforeactivatingcore
45
1:43temperaturefunction,andinsertintoproduct .
225°F
2 .
TouchthegreenStartarrowicontobegincooking
insteammode .
•Thecavityset-temperaturewillappearinthe
display .
•Ifcookingbyprobe,theactualinternalproduct
temperaturewillappearnexttothe
icon
duringoperation .Tochangethesetvaluefor
coretemperature,touchthetemperaturenextto
the
iconandmakechangesasrequired .
Whenthecookingtimehasexpiredorthe
operatorsetinternaltemperaturehasbeen
reached,analarmwillsoundindicatingtheendof
theoperatingmode .
•Tostopthealarm,touchtheredStopicon
opentheovendoor .
or
Tostopacookingprogramatanytime,touchthe
redStopicon .
Thecookingtimewillappearatthetopthetime
selectionwindow .Typeindesiredtimeperiod
oruseupanddownarrowstoadjusttime .When
finished,touchthebluecheckmarkicon
to
confirmchange .
Or,tosetContinuous Operationmode,touch
the--:--iconandtouchthecheckmarkicon
toconfirm .
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Operating Tips for Steam Mode
This mode will steam a full or partial load of a single
product, or multiple products without transfer of flavors. When steaming multiple products, however, individual
product cooking times must be taken into consideration. Steam
Perforated, 2-1/2" (65mm) deep pans
are particularly suitable for use in
this program mode. These pans will
provide a shorter cooking time and
will prevent product over-cooking at
the bottom of the pan.
Separate ice-encrusted vegetables
before steaming to ensure
even cooking.
A variety of products can be steamed
at the same time but attention must
be paid to the different cooking times
required for each food product.
The non-pressurized atmosphere of the Combitherm
also provides the ability to open the door during the
steam mode in order to monitor products more closely
throughout the steaming process.
High Temp Steam
Low Temp Steam
High temperature steaming is
suitable for hearty, root-type
vegetables such as potatoes, turnips,
carrots, and cabbage.
The low temperature steam mode
will function whenever the oven
compartment temperature is below
212°F (100°C).
High temperature steaming
provides a cooking time which is
approximately 10% shorter than the
regular steam mode temperature of
212°F (100°C).
It will take longer to steam products
using the low temperature
steam mode.
Set the steam cooking temperature
between 221°F (105°C) and 230°F
(110°C) for small loads and between
230°F (110°C) and 250°F (121°C) for
full loads. Steaming sausages in low
temperature steam prevents cracked
or peeling skins.
Use low temperature steam for
delicate foods such as shrimp, fish,
seafood, and crème caramel.
For best results, low temperature
steam all delicate food items at a
temperature of 210°F (99°C)
or below.
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Combination Mode
TheCombinationmodewillprovetobethemost
versatileandwidelyusedmodetheCombithermoven
hastooffer .Itwillproducethebestpossibleresultson
thewidestvarietyofproducts—allwithintheshortest
periodoftime .Theuniquecontrolfunctionofthismode
enablestheoperatortoroastorbakewithacombination
ofsteamandconvectionheat .Inadditiontoshorter
cookingtimes,thiscombinationofsteamandheatoffers
lessproductshrinkageandmoremoistureretentionthan
obtainedinastandardconvectionoven .
1 .
2 .
Cooking by Product Core Temperature:
1 .
PressthePower Buttontopowerovenon .
TouchtheCombination Modeicon .
TouchtheStarticontocookatthe
displayedsettings .
Changing the Displayed Settings:
345°F
1:43
225°F
Thecookingtemperaturewillappearatthetopof
thetemperatureselectionwindow .Typeindesired
temperatureoruseupanddownarrowstoadjust
45
temperature .Whenfinished,touchthebluecheck
markicon
toconfirmchange .
• Cookingtemperaturerange:212°Fto485°F
(100°Cto252°C)
TouchthegreenStartarrowicontobegincooking
incombinationmode .
2 .
•Thetemperatureandremainingcookingtime
willappearinthedisplay .
•Ifcookingbyprobe,theactualinternalproduct
temperaturewillappearnexttothe
icon
duringoperation .Tochangethesetvaluefor
6
coretemperature,touchthetemperaturenextto
the5
iconandmakechangesasrequired .
Touchthedisplayedtemperature .
3 .
4
TouchforSteam
Injectionatanytimeduring
cooking . Steamwillinjectintothecavityaslongas
3
theiconistouched .
Thecookingtimewillappearatthetopthetime
selectionwindow .Typeindesiredtimeperiod
oruseupanddownarrowstoadjusttime .When
finished,touchthebluecheckmarkicon
to
confirmchange .
2
Whenthecookingtimehasexpiredorthe
operatorsetinternaltemperaturehasbeen
1
reached,analarmwillsoundindicatingtheendof
theoperatingmode .
•Tostopthealarm,touchtheredStopicon
opentheovendoor .
Cooking by Time:
Touchthedisplayedtime .
Thepreviouslysetcoretemperatureoroven
controldefaultsettingwillappearhighlighted
withintheovendisplay .Touchthedisplayed
coretemperature .Theinternalproductcore
temperaturewillappearatthetopofthe
temperatureselectionwindow .Typeindesired
internalproductcoretemperatureoruseup
anddownarrowstoadjusttemperature .When
finished,touchthebluecheckmarkicon
to
confirmchange .
345°F
Attachremovableprobebeforeactivatingcore
45
1:43temperaturefunction,andinsertintoproduct .
225°F
Thelastsetvaluesorovencontroldefault
345°Fsettingfortemperatureandtimewillappearin
1:43 45thedisplay .
225°F
3 .
TouchtheProbetemperaturefieldtotherightof
theicon .
or
Tostopacookingprogramatanytime,touchthe
redStopicon .
Or,tosetContinuous Operationmode,touch
the--:--iconandtouchthecheckmarkicon
toconfirm .
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Operating Tips for Combination Mode
The Combination mode injects the optimum amount of
steam automatically. There is no need to select moisture
levels. Foods do not dry out. Flavors are retained with no
transfer of flavors when mixing product loads.
Due to automatic steam adjustment, the door can be
opened at any time during a cooking operation. Be
certain to observe the safety warning when opening the
oven door.
The Combination mode is particularly efficient when
used for baking, broiling, grilling, stewing, braising,
and roasting.
When using the Combination mode, cooking temperatures
can be reduced 10–20% below the temperatures used for
conventional cooking methods.
Food browning in the Combitherm begins at a cooking
temperature of approximately 250°F (120°C).
A higher cooking temperature results in heavier browning
but also results in greater product weight loss. To achieve
additional browning, use the Moisture Vent option or set
Gold-n-Brown into the product procedure. Gold-n-Brown
is particularly useful for adding color to high moisture
products such as chicken and other poultry items or
for additional browning of full loads and other
moist products.
The Combination mode provides even browning without
the necessity to turn the pans.
For more even cooking, do not cook in pans deeper than
4" (100mm).
Cooking time will be reduced approximately 40% when
cooking at the same temperature used for convection oven
cooking and up to 50-60% less time when cooking at the
same temperature used for a conventional oven.
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Convection Mode
TheConvectionmodeoperateswithhotcirculatedair
withinatemperaturerangeof85°to485°F(29°Cto
252°C) .Formanyapplications,betterresultsmaybe
achievedwiththeCombinationmode;therefore,the
operatormaywanttoconsiderusingtheConvection
modeonamorelimitedbasis .
1 .
1 .
TouchtheProbetemperaturefieldtotherightof
theicon .
PressthePower Buttontopowerovenon .
2 .
Cooking by Product Core Temperature:
TouchtheConvection Modeicon .
Thelastsetvaluesorovencontroldefault
345°Fsettingfortemperatureandtimewillappearin
1:43 45thedisplay .
225°F
3 .
345°F
Attachremovableprobebeforeactivatingcore
45
1:43temperaturefunction,andinsertintoproduct .
225°F
TouchtheStarticontocookatthe
displayedsettings .
2 .
Changing the Displayed Settings:
Touchthedisplayedtemperature .
Thecookingtemperaturewillappearatthetopof
thetemperatureselectionwindow .Typeindesired
temperatureoruseupanddownarrowstoadjust
temperature .Whenfinished,touchthebluecheck
markicon
toconfirmchange .
345°F
• Cookingtemperaturerange:85°Fto485°F
1:43 45
(29°Cto252°C)
225°F
Cooking by Time:
Touchthedisplayedtime .
Thecookingtimewillappearatthetopthetime
selectionwindow .Typeindesiredtimeperiod
oruseupanddownarrowstoadjusttime .When
finished,touchthebluecheckmarkicon
to
confirmchange .
Or,tosetContinuous Operationmode,touch
the--:--iconandtouchthecheckmarkicon
toconfirm .
Thepreviouslysetcoretemperatureoroven
controldefaultsettingwillappearhighlighted
withintheovendisplay .Touchthedisplayed
coretemperature .Theinternalproductcore
temperaturewillappearatthetopofthe
temperatureselectionwindow .Typeindesired
internalproductcoretemperatureoruseup
anddownarrowstoadjusttemperature .When
to
finished,touchthebluecheckmarkicon
confirmchange .
TouchthegreenStartarrowicontobegincooking
inconvectionmode .
•Thetemperatureandremainingcookingtime
willappearinthedisplay .
•Ifcookingbyprobe,theactualinternalproduct
temperaturewillappearnexttothe
icon
duringoperation .Tochangethesetvaluefor
6
coretemperature,touchthetemperaturenextto
the5
iconandmakechangesasrequired .
4
3 .
TouchforSteam Injectionatanytimeduring
cooking .
Steamwillinjectintothecavityaslongas
3
theiconistouched .
2
Whenthecookingtimehasexpiredorthe
1
operatorsetinternaltemperaturehasbeen
reached,analarmwillsoundindicatingtheendof
theoperatingmode .
•Tostopthealarm,touchtheredStopicon
opentheovendoor .
or
Tostopacookingprogramatanytime,touchthe
redStopicon .
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Operating Tips for Convection Mode
The Convection Mode can be used to roast or bake
products needing very short cooking times or for high
moisture products such as muffins, cakes, and cookies, or
for browning the surface of the product.
The Convection mode works best with foods containing
little moisture or for very moist food which require a
dryer finished product.
For baking, preheat the Combitherm at a temperature of
325°F to 375°F (163°C to 191°C). Once preheated, reset the
temperature as required.
higher cooking temperature results in heavier browning
A
but also results in greater product weight loss. To achieve
additional browning use the moisture vent option or set
the browning feature into the product procedure.
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Retherm Mode
TheRethermmodeoperateswithhotcirculatedair
withinatemperaturerangeof245°Fto320°F(120°C
to160°C) .
1 .
PressthePower Buttontopowerovenon .
2 .
Cooking by Product Core Temperature:
1 .
TouchtheRetherm Modeicon .
Thelastsetvaluesorovencontroldefault
TouchtheStarticontocookatthe
displayedsettings .
Touchthedisplayedtemperature .
Thecookingtemperaturewillappearatthetopof
thetemperatureselectionwindow .Typeindesired
temperatureoruseupanddownarrowstoadjust
temperature .Whenfinished,touchthebluecheck
markicon
toconfirmchange .
2 .
Cooking by Time:
Touchthedisplayedtime .
Thecookingtimewillappearatthetopthetime
selectionwindow .Typeindesiredtimeperiod
oruseupanddownarrowstoadjusttime .When
finished,touchthebluecheckmarkicon
to
confirmchange .
Or,tosetContinuous Operationmode,touch
the--:--iconandtouchthecheckmarkicon
toconfirm .
TouchthegreenStartarrowicontobegincooking
inrethermmode .
•Thetemperatureandremainingcookingtime
willappearinthedisplay .
•Ifcookingbyprobe,theactualinternalproduct
temperaturewillappearnexttothe
icon
duringoperation .Tochangethesetvaluefor
6
coretemperature,touchthetemperaturenextto
the5
iconandmakechangesasrequired .
• Cookingtemperaturerange:245°Fto320°F
(120°Cto160°C)
345°F
1:43 45
225°F
Thepreviouslysetcoretemperatureoroven
controldefaultsettingwillappearhighlighted
withintheovendisplay .Touchthedisplayed
coretemperature .Theinternalproductcore
temperaturewillappearatthetopofthe
temperatureselectionwindow .Typeindesired
internalproductcoretemperatureoruseup
anddownarrowstoadjusttemperature .When
to
finished,touchthebluecheckmarkicon
confirmchange .
345°F
Attachremovableprobebeforeactivatingcore
45
1:43temperaturefunction,andinsertintoproduct .
225°F
Changing the Displayed Settings:
345°Fsettingfortemperatureandtimewillappearin
1:43 45thedisplay .
225°F
3 .
TouchtheProbetemperaturefieldtotherightof
theicon .
4
3 .
TouchforSteam Injectionatanytimeduring
cooking .
Steamwillinjectintothecavityaslongas
3
theiconistouched .
2
Whenthecookingtimehasexpiredorthe
1
operatorsetinternaltemperaturehasbeen
reached,analarmwillsoundindicatingtheendof
theoperatingmode .
•Tostopthealarm,touchtheredStopicon
opentheovendoor .
or
Tostopacookingprogramatanytime,touchthe
redStopicon .
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Operating Tips for Retherm Mode
Since plated meals consist of dissimilar products, there
are several important factors to consider in order to
produce the finest results. Product density (compactness),
thickness, quantity of product on each plate, and quantity
of plates all relate to the length of time necessary to
reheat. Again, experience is the best method to determine
reheating time. Once the time has been determined and
recorded for a specific meal, the results will be consistent
for future reheating times.
Helpful Hints For Reheating On The Plate
Rethermalizing Prefabricated And
Vacuum‑Packed Frozen Foods
For bulk product rethermalization, completely defrost
product bags in walk-in cooler. Do not remove product
from the bag. Load thawed bags in preheated oven
and rethermalize in the Low Temperature Steam mode
until the required internal temperature is reached. Place
rethermalized bags in a preheated holding cabinet set at
140°F to 165°F (60°C to 74°C) until ready for service.
• All food components on the plate should be of
similar densities.
• All food components on the plate should be similar
in thickness.
• Arrange all food components evenly on the plate.
• Avoid excessive overlapping of product.
• Sauces must be heated and added to product
after reheating.
• A mixed variety of meals can be reheated at the
same time.
À La Carte Rethermalization
À la carte rethermalization is designed to take a single
plate from a refrigerated temperature to serving
temperature for immediate service. Plates are prepared
in advance, covered, and refrigerated. Preheat the
Combitherm oven. Remove plate from refrigeration and
place in the oven at 275°F (135°C) for an uncovered plate
or 300°F (150°C) for a covered plate. Plates with meat
components will take more time than plates containing
all vegetable components. Follow internal temperature
requirements for reheating and allow for override time. After reheating, remove the plate from the oven, add any
sauces, garnish, and serve. This process can be repeated
as required.
For the most efficient continuous service, it is suggested
that the Combitherm oven be dedicated to the
rethermalization process during serving hours.
PLATE COVERS MUST BE USED FOR ON-THE-PLATE REGENERATION.
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345°F
E X P R E S S T O U C H O1:43
P E R45A T I N G I N S T R U C T I O N S
345°F
225°F
1:43
Broiling Mode (Optional)
5
4
45
225°F
TheBroilermodeoperateswithanoverheadbroiling
elementperfectforquicklyandefficientlytoastingor
6
broilingsandwiches,nachos,soups,anddesserts .
345°F
PressthePower
1:43 45Buttontopowerovenon .
225°F
TouchtheRetherm Modeicon .
1 .
2 .
5
Thelastsetvaluesorovencontroldefaultsetting
345°Ffortimewillappearinthedisplay ._ _ _ _ F 1will
1:43 45appearinthetemperaturefield .
225°F
3 .
• Thetemperature(_ _ _ _ F ) andremaining
cookingtimewillappearinthedisplay .
•Whenthecookingtimehasexpired,analarm
willsoundindicatingtheendoftheoperating
mode .
• Tostopthealarm,touchtheredStopicon
oropentheovendoor .
2
TouchtheStarticontocookatthe
displayedsettings .
2
TouchthegreenStart arrowicontobegin
1
cookinginbroilermode .
2 .
4
3
3
Tostopacookingprogramatanytime,touchthe
redStopicon .
Cooking by Time:
1 .
Touchthedisplayedtime .
Thecookingtimewillappearatthetopthetime
selectionwindow .Typeindesiredtimeperiod
oruseupanddownarrowstoadjusttime .When
finished,touchthebluecheckmarkicon
toconfirmchange .
Or,tosetContinuous Operationmode,touch
the--:--iconandtouchthecheckmarkicon
toconfirm .
NOTE: Broilermodedoesnotallowtheuseofanyauxiliaryfunctions,suchassmoking,Delta-T,waterinjection,energy
levels,browninglevelsorshelftimers .Broilermodewilldefaulttoafanspeedof50% .
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345°F
45
1:43
Core Temperature Probe
Mode
(Optional)
225°F
Asanalternativetotimeroperation,theCore
TemperatureProbemodecanbeusedinconjunction
withanyprogrammodetocookbysensinginternal
producttemperatureusingtheincludedprobe .For
amoreaccurateinternaltemperature,anoptional,
specialized,Combithermproductprobesenses
temperaturefromfourstrategicpointsanddisplaysa
temperatureaverage .
345°F
1:43 45
PressthePower Buttontopowerovenon .
225°F
1 .
2 .
Attachremovableprobebeforeactivatingcore
temperaturefunction,andinsertintoproduct .
Theprobemustbeinsertedsothatthetipis
positionedinthecenterofthefoodmass .For
liquidorsemi-liquidfoods,suspendtheprobe
inthecenteroftheproductandsecuretheprobe
wiretotheedgeofthecontainer .
3 .
Touchtherequiredcookingmodeicon .Thelast
345°Fsetvaluesorovencontroldefaultsettingfor
1:43 45temperatureandtimewillappearinthedisplay .
225°F
4 .
TouchtheStarticontocookatthedisplayed
settings .
5 .
Touchthedisplayedtime .
Thecookingtimewillappearatthetopthetime
selectionwindow .Typeindesiredtimeperiod
oruseupanddownarrowstoadjusttime .When
finished,touchthebluecheckmarkicon
toconfirmchange .
6 .
TouchtheProbetemperaturefieldtotherightof
theicon .
Thepreviouslysetcoretemperatureordefault
settingwillappearhighlightedwithintheoven
display .Touchthedisplayedcoretemperature .
Theinternalproductcoretemperaturewill
appearatthetopofthetemperatureselection
window .Typeindesiredinternalproductcore
temperatureoruseupanddownarrowstoadjust
temperature .Whenfinished,touchthebluecheck
markicon
toconfirmchange .
7 .
TouchthegreenStartarrowicontobegincooking .
•Theactualinternalproducttemperaturewill
iconduringoperation .To
appearnexttothe
changethesetvalueforcoretemperature,touch
6
thetemperaturenexttothe
iconandmake
changesasrequired .
5
4
TouchforSteam Injectionatanytimeduring
cooking .
Steamwillinjectintothecavityaslongas
3
theiconistouched .
8 .
2
•Whentheoperator-setinternaltemperaturehas
1
beenreached,analarmwillsoundindicating
theendoftheoperatingmode .
•Tostopthealarm,touchtheredStopicon
opentheovendoor .
or
Tostopacookingprogramatanytime,touchthe
redStopicon .
Calibrate the ExpressTouch Oven Probe
1 . WiththeExpressTouchovenon,fillapitcherof
icewaterandplaceinsidethecombioven .
2 . Inserttheprobeintothepitcheroficewater .
3 . CheckthetemperaturebyselectingtheProbe
buttononthecookingmodemenu .
4 . Oncethetemperaturereadingis35°F(2°C),
touchthebackarrowbuttoninthelowerleft
handcornerofthescreentoreturntothemain
menuscreen .
5 . TouchSettings .
6 . TouchProbe .
7 . Adjustthetemperaturecontrolback3degrees
usingtheminusbutton,thentouchtheback
arrowtoreturntotheSettingsscreen .
8 . Theprobehasnowbeencalibratedtothe
correcttemperature .
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Delta-T Core Temperature Cooking Mode (Optional)
345°F
Thisspecialprogramfunctioncooksbyinternalproduct
45
1:43TouchtheDelta-Ticonthatappearsinthelower
5 .
temperaturewiththeuseoftheprobe .Unlikethe
225°F
rightcornerofthetouchscreen .
standardcoretemperaturemodehowever,theDelta-T
oventemperatureautomaticallyincreasesindirect
proportiontotheinternaltemperatureoftheproduct .
TheDelta-Tmodecanbeusedwithbothconvection
andcombinationmodes,providingamoregentle
methodofcooking .Browningoccurstowardtheendof
thecookingcycle .
345°F
1:43 45
PressthePower Buttontopowerovenon .
225°F
1 .
2 .
4 .
TouchthegreenStartarrowicontobegincooking .
•Theactualinternalproducttemperaturewill
iconduringoperation .To
appearnexttothe
6
changethesetvalueforcoretemperature,touch
thetemperaturenexttothe
iconandmake
5
changesasrequired .
4
7 .
TouchforSteam Injectionatanytimeduring
cooking .
Eachtouchoftheiconwillreleaseone
3
pulseofsteam .
Insertprobeintoproduct .
3 .
6 .
Theprobemustbeinsertedsothatthetipis
positionedinthecenterofthefoodmass .For
liquidorsemi-liquidfoods,suspendtheprobe
inthecenteroftheproductandsecuretheprobe
wiretotheedgeofthecontainer .
Touchtherequiredcookingmodeicon .Thelast
setvaluesorovencontroldefaultsettingfor
temperatureandtimewillappearinthedisplay .
2
•Whentheoperator-setinternaltemperaturehas
1
beenreached,analarmwillsoundindicatingthe
endoftheoperatingmode .
•Tostopthealarm,touchtheredStopicon
opentheovendoor .
or
Tostopacookingprogramatanytime,touchthe
redStopicon .
TouchtheProbetemperaturefieldtotherightof
theicon .
Thepreviouslysetcoretemperatureordefault
settingwillappearhighlightedwithintheoven
display .Touchthedisplayedcoretemperature .
Theinternalproductcoretemperaturewill
appearatthetopofthetemperatureselection
window .Typeindesiredinternalproductcore
temperatureoruseupanddownarrowstoadjust
temperature .Whenfinished,touchthebluecheck
toconfirmchange .
markicon
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CombiSmoker® Procedures
Load Wood Chips
• Measure one container full of dry wood chips.
• Soak dry chips in water for 5-10 minutes.
• Shake excess water off wood chips.
• Place moistened chips back into the container and position
the container securely on the two prongs located on the
interior side panel of the oven.
A full container of wood chips will produce smoke for an
approximate period of one to two hours depending on the
cooking temperature being used for the selected product.
The recommended Touch recipes have been tested to ensure
complete product smoke penetration and full smoke flavor.
5015597
Chef Operating Tip
roducts such as ribs that require heavier smoke penetration
P
to reach full smoke flavor should remain in the oven after
cooking has been completed. Do not open the oven door.
Set the oven in the Low Temperature Steam Mode at 140°F
to 160°F (60°C to 71°C) and allow the product to remain in
the oven for a period of one hour.
I f you would like assistance, you are invited
to contact an Alto-Shaam corporate chef for
recommendations.
AVAILABLE FROM ALTO-SHAAM
WOOD CHIPS
20 pound bulk packs
THE
TOTAL
WEIGHT
OF
Apple WC-22543
WOOD CHIP BULK PACKS
MAY VARY DUE TO HIGH
Hickory WC-2829
CONTENT
MOISTURE
Cherry WC-22541
WHEN PACKAGED.
Sugar Maple WC-22545
NOTICE: Always keep the oven door closed whenever
operating the smoking function.
The Touch CombiSmoker can be operated without using
the smoking function. After using the oven as a smoker,
however, it is necessary to clean the oven in order to prevent
a transfer of smoke flavor to non-smoked products. Cleaning
instructions are provided in this manual.
NOTICE: W
hen smoking is completed, remove smoker box
from oven. Dispose of wood chips in a fire proof
waste receptacle to prevent the risk of fire.
CAUTION
DO NOT open the oven door during the
smoking function. The introduction of outside
air in the oven compartment may cause the
wood chips to flame.
The use of improper materials for the
smoking function could result in damage,
hazard, equipment failure, or could
reduce the overall life of the oven.
Do not use sawdust for smoking.
Do not use wood chips smaller than
thumbnail size.
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CombiSmoker® Procedures
CAUTION
heabilitytosmokeproduct,hotorcold,isofferedasan
T
optionontheCTX4-10ECTExpressoven.Thesmoking
function can be engaged in either the Combination mode
or the Convection mode of operation.
To prevent SEVERE PERSONAL
INJURY or PROPERTY DAMAGE:
ALWAYS use hand protection when
operating this appliance to avoid
burns. Metal parts of this equipment
become extremely hot when in
operation.
NOTICE: The fan will default to half speed. The
smokingfunctioncannotbeoperatedwhen
the oven is operating in the steam mode or
the retherm mode.
1 .
2 .
PressthePower Buttontopowerovenon .
1 . Ovenmustbecooledtoroomtemperature .
Touchthedesiredcookingmodeicon,
CombinationorConvection .
Changing the Displayed Settings:
1 .
2 .
Touchtheareatotherightofthe
temperatureicon .
Typeindesiredtemperature .
Cooking by Time:
1 .
2 .
345°F
To
Activate CombiSmoke:
1:43 45
TouchauxiliaryfunctionSmokingicon .
1 .
225°F
2 .
TouchtheStarticontobeingsmoking .
2 .
Placeafull-sizepanfilledwithiceonashelf
immediatelyabovethesmokerbox .
3 .
Fillbottomofovenwithice .
4 .
Placefoodinovenandclosedoor .
5 . Pressconvectioncookingmodeicon .
345°F
1:43 45
225°F
Touchtheareatotherightofthetimeicon .
Typeindesiredtime .
Cold Smoking Procedure
6 . ActivateCombiSmoke:
7 . •
TouchauxiliaryfunctionSmokingicon .
ChangeTheDisplayedSettings:
•
•
Touchtheareatotherightofthe
temperatureicon .
Typein32°For0°C
8 . CookByTime:
•345°FTouchtheareatotherightofthe
timeicon .
1:43 45
•225°F
Typeindesiredsmoketime .
•
Touch the Start icon to being smoking.
Chef Tip:
Leave food in smoke environment with oven door
closed 10‒60 minutes for penetration based upon your
taste preference.
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VENTLESS HOOD MODEL
TheVentlessHoodoptionisfactoryinstalled
directlyonthetopoftheAlto-ShaamCombitherm
oven .Thehoodisdesignedtoventcleanairback
intothekitchen,filteringvaporsandgrease .A
high-powerfandrawssteamandfumesintothe
hoodintakeandoutthetopsurfaceexhaustvent .
Fumesandvaporsarecirculatedthroughfilters .
Anactivatedcharcoalfiltercleanstheairbefore
ventingitoutthetopofthehood .
2
1
Operation
1. TurntheventlesshoodpowerknobON .
3
2.Indicatorlightwillilluminate .
3. Waitfiveseconds,thenpresstheCombitherm
ovenpowerON .
Filter Door Latch
Usingacoinorscrewdriver,
turntoopen;reverseprocedure
tocloseandlatch .
Hoodandovenwillnotoperate
unlessthisisclosedproperly .
Indicator Light
Iftheindicatorlightdoesnot
illuminate,thefiltersmaybe
missingornotproperlyaligned .
Checkthemforproperpositioning .
Ventlesshoodandovenwillnot
operateunlessthehoodisclosed
properly .
Timed Latching Mechanism: In
ordertoevacuatesteamand
grease-ladenairfromtheoven
interior,thismechanismprevents
theoperatorfromfullyopeningthe
ovendoorfor20seconds .Longer
waittimescanbeprogrammed
intothecontrol .Themechanism
automaticallydisengagesatthe
endofapre-settimeallowingfull
doorextension .
Emergency Latch Release:This
releaseistobeusedONLYif
thetimedlatchmechanismis
notworkingorintheeventofa
poweroutage .Repeateduseofthe
emergencyreleasemaydamage
theswitchingmechanism .Latchis
locatedontherightsideoftheoven,
towardtheback .
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Auxiliary Functions
Allauxiliaryfunctionscanbeengagedatanytime
duringanycookingmodeandcanbeprogrammedinto
cookingprocedures .Attheendofacookingmodeor
program,theovenautomaticallydisengagesallauxiliary
functions .
Preheating Feature
1 .Selectdesiredcookingmode .
2 .
TouchthePreheaticon .
Thepreheattemperaturewillappearatthetopofthe
preheattemperatureselectionwindow .Typeindesired
temperatureoruseupanddownarrowstoadjust
temperature .Whenfinished,touchthebluecheckmark
icon
toconfirmchange .
Whenthepreheattemperaturehasbeenreached,an
alarmwillsoundindicatingtheendofthepreheat
function .Tostopthealarm,touchtheredStopicon .
Thepreheattemperaturewillbemaintainedifthestop
iconisnotpressed .
Gold-n-Brown Feature
Thebrowningfeatureisanautomaticfunctiondesigned
toregulatehumiditytoprovideadditionalcolorto
productsasneeded .Thisfeatureisparticularlyusefulfor
addingcolortohighmoistureproducts,suchaschicken
andotherpoultryitems,orforadditionalbrowningof
fullloadsandothermoistproducts .Inaddition,this
featuremaybeusedtoaddtexturetofrieditemssuch
asfrenchfriesorbreadedchicken .Gold-n-Browncanbe
usedinanycookingmodeandcanbeprogrammedinto
acookingprocedure .
Browningcanbeusedforanyproduct .Dependingon
thetypeofproductandproductload,thebrowning
featuremayalsoslightlyincreasethesetcookingtimein
ordertofullycompletethebrowningfunction .Thisisa
standardoperatingconditionofthisfeature .
1 .Selectdesiredcookingmode .
2 .Adjusttemperatureandtimesettings .
3 .
TouchtheGold-n-Brownicon .
Choosethedesired
Gold-n-Brownlevel .(Level1providesleastamountof
browning,level6themost .)Afteralevelhasbeen
selected,thepreviousscreenwillbedisplayedandthe
345°F
Gold-n-Browniconwillbehighlighted .
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1:43
4 .
225°F
5 .
TouchthegreenStartarrowiconto
begincooking .
Theovenwillengagethebrowningfeatureinthe
cookingmodesetbytheoperator .Gold-n-Browncanbe
usedinsteammodetoreducemoisture .
Oven Cool Down Feature
Thecooldownfeatureprovidestheoperatorwith
theabilitytolowerthetemperatureoftheoven
compartmentatanacceleratedpace .Thisfunction
isusefulwhenitisnecessarytoimmediatelychange
fromahightemperaturecookingfunctiontoalower
temperaturefunctionortothesteamprogram .This
functionisalsousefultohelpcooltheovencompartment
inpreparationforcleaning .
Chef Operating Tip
When using the cool down feature in preparation
for cleaning, it is important to remember that
the temperature in the display indicates the air
temperature inside the oven compartment and not the
interior walls of the oven. Always allow the oven walls
to cool to a minimum of 140°F (60°C) before spraying
the compartment with oven cleaner.
1 .
TouchtheCool Downicon .
Thecooldowntemperaturewillappearatthetopof
thecooldowntemperatureselectionwindow .Typein
desiredtemperaturebetween50°Fand200°F(10°Cand
93°C)oruseupanddownarrowstoadjusttemperature .
Whenfinished,touchthebluecheckmarkicon
to
confirmchange .
2 .Openovendoor .
Aalarmwillsoundindicatingtheendofthecooldown
tostopthealarm .
function .TouchtheredStopicon
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Auxiliary Functions
Reduced Fan Speed
Multi-Shelf Timer
hereducedfanspeedfunctionisusefulforflow-sensitive
T
productssuchassoufflésandmeringues,oranyproducts
affectedbyahighvelocityofairmovement .
Themulti-shelftimerallowstheoperatortoprogram
alarmtimesfortheovenshelves .Thiscanbeonecommon
timeforallshelvesorindividualtimes .
1 .Selectdesiredcookingmodeandsetmodefunctions .
Setcookingmode,temperatureandtime .Thetimesetby
theuserwillbethedefaulttimefortheshelftimers .
2 .
TouchtheFan Speedicon .
345°F
TheFan
1:43 45Speedicontogglesbetween100%and50% .
Broilermodedefaultstoafanspeedof50% .
225°F
3 .
TouchthegreenStartarrowicontobegincooking .
Reduced Power
1 .
TouchtheMulti-Shelf Timericon .
3 .
TouchthegreenStartarrowiconforeach
individualshelf .Theunitwillimmediatelystart
runningincontinuousoperationmode .
345°F
2 .Adjusttimesettingsforeachshelfandpressbluecheck
1:43 45
markicon
toconfirmchange .
225°F
Thereducedpowerfunctioncanbeusedtoreducekitchen
powerpeaksandenergyconsumption .
Whentimeexpiresforashelf,thetimebackgroundwill
turnredandanalarmwillsound .
1 .Selectdesiredcookingmodeandset
6
modefunctions(notapplicabletobroilermode) .
OpenthedoorortouchtheredStopicon
alarm .Removefoodasappropriate .
6
345°F
TouchtheReduced Powericon .
345°F
1:43 45
3 .Thereducedpowericonwillbehighlighted .
225°F
1:43 45
2 .
5
4
4 .
3
TouchthegreenStartarrowicontobegincooking .
2
225°F
Theovenwilloperatewithreducedpowerinwhatever
1
cookingmodeissetbytheoperator .
tosilence
5
Steam Injection
4
Touchtoaddmoisturewhileinanycookingmode .
3
Steamwillinjectintothecavityaslongastheicon
istouched .
2
1
NOTICE:Reducedpowerwillresultin
longercookingtimes .
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Preprogrammed Recipes
The ExpressTouch Combitherm comes preprogrammed
with more than 100 recipes covering most commonly
prepared food items. ExpressTouch also allows you to
save up to 250 of your recipes.
Navigate to desired recipe icon using NEXT and
PREVIOUS SCREEN arrows. Touch recipe description for
desired recipe. Cooking steps will start immediately. (See
29-38 for a list of all preprogrammed recipes.)
Select Recipe Mode from any screen.
Main Menu Screen
Cooking Mode Menu
345°F
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225°F
RECIPE
MODE
RECIPE
MODE
Recipe Menu
STORED
RECIPES
1
Asparagus - Fresh
2
Asparagus - Frozen
3
Bacon
4
Baked Fish - Fresh
5
Baked Potatoes
6
Bakery retherm
7
Beef Roast - Cook & Hold
8
Beef Rounds - by Core Temp
9
Beef Rounds - by Time
10
Beef Short Ribs
11
Beef Tenderloin
12
Beef Tri-tips
1...12
RECIPE RANGE
DISPLAYED ON
SCREEN
PREVIOUS &
NEXT SCREEN
PREVIOUS
SCREEN
EDIT
RECIPES
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Recipe Programming Via The Touchscreen
Add A Recipe
Edit A Recipe
The recipe programming function allows the operator
to program a cooking procedure using multiple cooking
modes and any auxiliary functions desired. Recipes
6
remain programmed until deleted by the operator.
To edit an existing default or user-programmed recipe:
5
1. Select any cooking mode. 4
2. Touch Add Recipe icon.
3
3. Select first desired cooking mode. Last input
2
temperature, time and probe setting is displayed.
1
4. Change temperature, time and/or cook by probe
as desired.
5. Change auxiliary functions as desired (fan speed,
Gold-n-Brown, etc.)
6. When finished with cooking step, touch the
Write icon. The next cooking step's programming screen
is displayed.
7. Repeat steps 3 through 6 for each cooking step.
8. When finished programming a recipe, touch the
Confirm Changes icon.
1. Select Recipe Settings Mode from the Recipe Menu. The touchscreen background will turn red to indicate
that the user is in Edit Mode.
2. Touch the recipe to be edited. The selected recipe will
be outlined.
3. Touch
Edit Recipe. The first cooking step in the
recipe is displayed. Or touch
Touch
Delete Recipe to remove recipe. Confirm Changes to confirm deletion. 4. Edit cooking mode, temperature, time, probe
temperature, and/or auxiliary functions.
5. Touch
Confirm Changes. A keyboard will appear. Edit the title as appropriate. T
ouch
Confirm Changes at the bottom of
the keyboard.
6. Touch
Confirm Changes at the bottom of the
touchscreen to exit Edit Recipe mode.
9. A keypad will appear. Input name of recipe. Touch the
Confirm Changes icon.
10. The saved recipe will appear as the first recipe in
the list.
11. Touch the newly saved recipe icon. Cooking steps in
recipe will immediately start.
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PREPROGRAMMED RECIPES
Bakery Recipes
Recipe
Oven Mode
Temp
Time
Fan
Speed
Browning
Bakery Retherm
Retherm
275°F
(135°C)
4 minutes
100%
--
Brownies
Convection
325°F
(163°C)
25 minutes
100%
--
Cinnamon Rolls
Combination
350°F
(177°C)
20 minutes
100%
--
Cookies
Convection
325°F
(163°C)
12 minutes
50%
--
Croissants
Combination
325°F
(163°C)
15 minutes
50%
--
Danish Pastry
Combination
350°F
(177°C)
15 minutes
100%
--
Dinner Rolls
Combination
350°F
(177°C)
10 minutes
100%
--
French Bread
Combination
350°F
(177°C)
20 minutes
100%
--
Fruit Bread
Combination
300°F
(149°C)
50 minutes
100%
--
Fruit Pie
Combination
340°F
(171°C)
30 minutes
100%
--
Muffins
Convection
325°F
(163°C)
15 minutes
50%
--
Par-baked Bread (frozen)
Combination
340°F
(171°C)
15 minutes
100%
--
Par-baked Rolls
Combination
350°F
(177°C)
10 minutes
100%
--
Proofing
Low Temp Steam
90°F
(32°C)
30 minutes
50%
--
Puff Pastry
Combination
350°F
(177°C)
10 minutes
100%
--
Sheet Cake
Convection
325°F
(163°C)
20 minutes
50%
--
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Convenience Product Recipes
Recipe
Oven Mode
Temp
Time
Fan
Speed
Browning
Chicken Wings
Combination
400°F
(204°C)
10 minutes
100%
2
Corn Dogs
Combination
350°F
(177°C)
18 minutes
100%
1
Egg Rolls
Combination
375°F
(191°C)
15 minutes
100%
3
Frozen Entrée: Cabbage Rolls
Combination
350°F
(177°C)
160°F probe
(71°C)
100%
--
Frozen Entrée: Chicken Primavera
Combination
350°F
(177°C)
160 minutes
100%
--
Frozen Entrée: Macaroni & Beef
Combination
350°F
(177°C)
145 minutes
100%
--
Frozen Entrée: Macaroni & Cheese
Combination
350°F
(177°C)
140 minutes
100%
--
Frozen Entrée: Meat Lasagna
Combination
350°F
(177°C)
150 minutes
100%
--
Frozen Entrée: Ratatouille
Combination
350°F
(177°C)
35 minutes
100%
--
Frozen Entrée: Stuffed Peppers
Combination
350°F
(177°C)
150 minutes
100%
--
Hamburger Patties - Frozen
Combination
350°F
(177°C)
12 minutes
100%
4
Hamburger Patties - Thawed
Combination
350°F
(177°C)
5 minutes
100%
--
Hot Dogs - Low Temp Steam
Low Temp Steam
160°F
(71°C)
13 minutes
50%
--
Hot Dogs - Steamed
Steam
212°F
(100°C)
10 minutes
100%
--
Mini Pizza
Combination
350°F
(177°C)
10 minutes
100%
--
Precooked Chicken Pieces - Frozen
(MRB)
Convection
365°F
(185°C)
30 minutes
100%
3
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Convenience Product Recipes (Continued)
Recipe
Oven Mode
Temp
Time
Fan
Speed
Browning
Precooked Chicken Pieces Refrigerated
Convection
325°F
(163°C)
20 minutes
100%
1
Spring Rolls
Combination
375°F
(191°C)
15 minutes
100%
--
Tater Tots
Combination
375°F
(191°C)
10 minutes
100%
3
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Fish & Seafood Recipes
Recipe
Oven Mode
Temp
Time
Fan
Speed
Browning
Baked Fish - Fresh
Combination
400°F
(204°C)
6 minutes
100%
2
Grilled Fish Fillets
Combination
460°F
(238°C)
4 minutes
100%
--
Lobster - Whole
Steam
195°F
(91°C)
13 minutes
50%
--
Salmon - Filets
Low Steam
145°F
(63°C)
7 minutes
100%
--
Salmon - Steaks
Steam
145°F
(63°C)
8 minutes
100%
--
Shrimp - Steamed
Low Steam
160°F
(71°C)
12 minutes
50%
--
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Meat Recipes
Recipe
Oven Mode
Temp
Time
Fan
Speed
Browning
Bacon
Combination
375°F
(191°C)
10 minutes
100%
--
Beef Roast Cook & Hold
(1) Delta-T
125°F
(52°C)
Probe 120°F
(46°C)
50%
--
(2) Steam
135°F
(57°C)
Continuous
50%
2
Beef Rounds - by Core Temp
Delta-T
130°F
(54°C)
Probe 125°F
(52°C)
100%
1
Beef Rounds - by Time
Combination
250°F
(121°C)
130 minutes
100%
--
Beef Short Ribs
Combination
275°F
(135°C)
90 minutes
100%
--
Beef Tenderloin
Combination
250°F
(121°C)
Probe 125°F
(52°C)
100%
2
Beef Tri-tips
Combination
250°F
(121°C)
Probe 125°F
(52°C)
100%
3
Breakfast Sausage Links
Combination
350°F
(177°C)
8 minutes
100%
--
Grilled Pork Chops
Combination
460°F
(238°C)
6 minutes
100%
1
Grilled Steaks
Combination
460°F
(238°C)
Probe 130°F
(54°C)
100%
--
Ham - by Core Temp
Delta-T
125°F
(52°C)
Probe 150°F
(66°C)
50%
--
Leg of Lamb - by Core Temp
Delta-T
125°F
(52°C)
Probe 130°F
(54°C)
100%
2
Meat Loaf - by Core Temp
Combination
275°F
(135°C)
Probe 155°F
(68°C)
100%
3
Pork - Back Ribs - Raw
Combination
250°F
(121°C)
45 minutes
100%
--
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Meat Recipes (Continued)
Recipe
Oven Mode
Temp
Time
Fan
Speed
Browning
Pork - Loin Roast - by Core Temp
Combination
300°F
(149°C)
Probe 150°F
(66°C)
100%
2
Pork Ribs Reheat
Combination
400°F
(204°C)
7 minutes
100%
--
Rack of Lamb - by Core Temp
Delta-T
130°F
(54°C)
130 minutes
100%
2
Sausage - Fresh - by Low Temp
Steam
Low Temp Steam
160°F
(71°C)
15 minutes
50%
--
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Miscellaneous Recipes
Recipe
Oven Mode
Temp
Time
Fan
Speed
Browning
Casseroles - by Core Temp
Combination
350°F
(177°C)
Probe 150°F
(66°C)
100%
--
Casseroles - Time
Combination
350°F
(177°C)
30 minutes
100%
--
Custard/Crème Brulee
Low Temp Steam
190°F
(88°C)
45 minutes
50%
1
Eggs - Hardboiled
Steam
212°F
(100°C)
12 minutes
100%
--
Eggs - Poached - Low Temp Steam
Low Temp Steam
170°F
(77°C)
5 minutes
50%
--
Eggs - Poached - Steamed
Steam
212°F
(100°C)
3 minutes
100%
--
Eggs - Scrambled in bag; shake at
18 minutes
Steam
212°F
(100°C)
25 minutes
100%
--
Eggs - Scrambled in pan
Steam
212°F
(100°C)
15 minutes
100%
--
Eggs - Sous Vide
Steam
148°F
(64°C)
45 minutes
50%
--
French Fries - Full Load
Combination
400°F
(204°C)
1 minute
100%
4
(2) Combination
400°F
(204°C)
9 minutes
100%
2
Pasta
Steam
212°F
(100°C)
20 minutes
100%
--
Pate en Croute - by Core Temp
(1) Convection
350°F
(177°C)
10 minutes
100%
--
(2) Combination
350°F
(177°C)
Probe 135°F
(57°C)
100%
--
Pizza - Fresh
Combination
400°F
(204°C)
10 minutes
50%
1
Rice
Steam
212°F
(100°C)
20 minutes
100%
--
Soup in Bag
Steam
230°F
(110°C)
50 minutes
100%
--
Tamales
Steam
212°F
(100°C)
30 minutes
100%
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Poultry Recipes
Recipe
Oven Mode
Temp
Time
Fan
Speed
Browning
Chicken - Frozen Pieces
Combination
350°F
(177°C)
30 minutes
100%
3
Chicken - Oven Fried Pieces
Combination
450°F
(232°C)
18 minutes
100%
--
Chicken - Thawed Whole
Combination
350°F
(177°C)
35 minutes
100%
1
Chicken - Thawed Whole - by Core
Temp
Combination
350°F
(177°C)
Probe 175°F
(79°C)
100%
1
Chicken baked - Thawed Pieces
Combination
375°F
(191°C)
Probe 170°F
(77°C)
100%
2
Duck Pieces - Raw
Combination
375°F
(191°C)
25 minutes
100%
4
Duck Whole - by Core Temp
(1) Combination
250°F
(121°C)
15 minutes
100%
--
(2) Combination
300°F
(149°C)
10 minutes
100%
--
(3) Combination
400°F
(204°C)
Probe 175°F
(79°C)
100%
3
Galantine - by Core Temp
Low Temp Steam
160°F
(71°C)
Probe 135°F
(57°C)
50%
--
Grilled Chicken Breasts
Combination
460°F
(238°C)
6 minutes
100%
--
Turkey Breast - Precooked - by Time Combination
275°F
(135°C)
Probe 155°F
(68°C)
50%
--
Turkey Breast - Raw - by Core Temp Combination
275°F
(135°C)
Probe 155°F
(68°C)
50%
1
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Vegetable Recipes
Recipe
Oven Mode
Temp
Time
Fan
Speed
Browning
Asparagus - Fresh
Steam
190°F
(88°C)
3 minutes
50%
--
Asparagus - Frozen
Steam
212°F
(100°C)
30 minutes
100%
--
Baked Potatoes
Combination
350°F
(177°C)
40 minutes
100%
1
Beets - Fresh
Steam
230°F
(110°C)
20 minutes
100%
--
Broccoli - Fresh
Steam
212°F
(100°C)
6 minutes
100%
--
Broccoli - Frozen
Steam
212°F
(100°C)
3 minutes
100%
--
Brussel Sprouts - Frozen
Steam
212°F
(100°C)
6 minutes
100%
--
Cabbage - Fresh
Steam
212°F
(100°C)
10 minutes
100%
--
Carrots - Fresh
Steam
225°F
(107°C)
10 minutes
100%
--
Carrots - Frozen
Steam
212°F
(100°C)
6 minute
100%
--
Cauliflower - Fresh
Steam
212°F
(100°C)
5 minutes
100%
--
Cauliflower - Frozen
Steam
212°F
(100°C)
4 minutes
100%
--
Corn (Kernels) - Frozen
Steam
212°F
(100°C)
4 minutes
100%
--
Corn-on-the-Cob - Fresh
Steam
212°F
(100°C)
14 minutes
100%
--
Corn-on-the-Cob - Frozen
Steam
212°F
(100°C)
10 minutes
100%
--
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PREPROGRAMMED RECIPES
Vegetable Recipes (Continued)
Recipe
Oven Mode
Temp
Time
Fan
Speed
Browning
Green Beans - Fresh
Steam
212°F
(100°C)
8 minutes
100%
--
Green Beans - Frozen
Steam
212°F
(100°C)
5 minutes
100%
--
Parsnips - Fresh
Steam
230°F
(110°C)
10 minutes
100%
--
Peas - Frozen
Steam
212°F
(100°C)
4 minutes
100%
--
Potatoes, Red or Salad
Steam
212°F
(100°C)
30 minutes
100%
--
Squash - Fresh
Steam
212°F
(100°C)
3 minutes
100%
--
Turnips - Fresh
Steam
230°F
(110°C)
10 minutes
100%
--
Zucchini - Fresh
Steam
212°F
(100°C)
3 minutes
100%
--
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EXPRESSTOUCH OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
HACCP Access
The ExpressTouch Combitherm meets the requirements
of established HACCP criteria by providing automated
sampling, record keeping, set-point validation, recipe
used, dates and time. Data is captured when Core
Temperature Probe cooking method is chosen. This
information can be downloaded to a USB drive and then
copied to your computer. The file format is text (.txt).
NOTICE: You can access this information from the
Upload/Download Screen. See illustrations on
page 6 for navigation.
CAUTION: The CombiOven USB port is not
recommended for use with personal
hand held devices.
1. To download the data collected, remove the cap of a
USB port located on the side of the oven and insert the
USB flash drive. If the flash drive is not recognized
by the Combitherm, a question mark will appear on
screen. Try again with another flash drive device or call
Alto-Shaam Service. 2. Touch to download information.
3. Wait for the icon to change from loading to
complete. 4. Touch to confirm transfer.
5. Remove the USB flash drive and replace the cap on the
USB port. The download process will
automatically create a folder
on the USB flash drive titled
“haccp”. Each text file contains
cooking program specifics.
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SIMPLE CONTROL OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
Control Panel Identification
Set Oven
Temperature
Oven Temperature
Display Area
Steam
Oven Cool Down
Combination
Up/Increase
Convection
Down/Decrease
Cleaning
Start/Stop
Set Cook
Time
Cook Time
Display Area
The Steam mode provides the operator with the ability
to steam, poach, or blanch. This mode will automatically
steam at the boiling point of water; quick-steam above the
boiling point for faster cooking results; or low temperature
steam, below the boiling point, for more delicate products
such as pâté, mousse, seafood, or custard.
The Combination mode will prove to be the most
versatile and widely used mode the Combitherm oven
has to offer. It will produce the best possible results on
the widest variety of products — all within the shortest
period of time. The unique control function of this mode
enables the operator to roast or bake with a combination
of steam and convection heat. In addition to shorter
cooking times, this combination of steam and heat offers
less product shrinkage and more moisture retention than
obtained in a standard convection oven.
The Convection mode operates with hot circulated air
within a temperature range of 85°F to 485°F (29°C to
252°C). For many applications, better results may be
achieved with the Combination mode; therefore, the
operator may want to consider using the Convection
mode on a more limited basis.
Cook By
Probe Setting
Oven Cool Down Process:
1. Cooking process must be inactive
2. Press Cool Down button until LED lights (LED
remains ON while in Cool Down mode)
3. Press Decrease or Increase to adjust cool down
temperature
4. Cook temperature display area is used to display
cool down temperature
5. Display will show last valid cool down
temperature
6. Cool down temperature range is 85°F - 575°F
(30°C - 300°C)
7. Press Start/Stop until LED lights to accept cool
down temperature and initiate cool down process
8. Door must be open to start cool down process;
Cook time display area will display "door" if door
is not open
9. Cook temperature display area will display set
cool down temperature
10. Cook time display area will display current cool
down temperature
Fahrenheit or Celsius Function choose temperature format:
•Unit is not in a cooking or cleaning process
•Press Set Oven Temperature, Decrease and
Increase buttons simultaneously for 1 second
•Cooking temperature display area will display last
value "C" or "F"; Display will alternate between "C"
and "F" every 2 seconds
•Press Start/Stop icon when the display is showing
the desired value ("C" or "F")
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SIMPLE CONTROL OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
Turn On and Preheat the Oven
Cooking Manually by Time
Alto-Shaam recommends preheating the Combitherm before cooking.
®
1 . PressthePowerbutton .
2 . ChooseaMode .
Greenlightwill
appearwhileoven
isbootingup .
or
Steam
Combi
Convection
1 . ChooseaMode .
Steam
Combi
3 . PresstheOven Temperature button .
3 . PresstheCook Time button;adjust
timeusingthearrowbuttons .
4 . Adjustthetemperaturewitharrowbuttons .
4 . Loadfoodintooven .
5 . PresstheCook Time button .
5 . PresstheStart/Stop button .
6 . Adjustthetimewitharrowbuttons .
Cleaning the Oven
7 . PresstheStart/Stopbutton .
1 . PresstheCleaningbutton .
8 . Preheattheovenbeforeloadingfood .
Cooking Manually by Probe
1 . ChooseaMode .
Steam
Combi
2 .PresstheOven Temperature button;
adjustthetemperatureusingthe
arrowbuttons .
Convection
3 . PresstheProbe Temperaturebutton;
adjustthetemperatureusingthe
arrowbuttons .
2 . InsertappropriatenumberofCombiClean®tabs
asdirectedbytheLEDScreen(CLn4appears) .
3 . Closetheovendoorand
PresstheStart/Stopbutton .
•Ifovenistoohottoproceed,dOOrwilldisplayon
theLEDscreen .Opentheovendoortoallowthe
oventocool .Whentheovenisfinishedcooling,
beginthecleaningprocedureagain .
4 . Ovenbeepswhenitisdonecleaning .Leavedoor
slightlyajarwhencleaningisfinished .
4 . Loadfoodintoovenandinsertprobeintofood .
NOTE: to shut the oven off, press and hold
for five seconds. The red light will appear
5 . PresstheStart/Stopbutton .
Oven
Temperature
Button
Convection
2 . PresstheOven Temperature button;
adjusttemperatureusingthe
arrowbuttons .
indicating that the oven will begin the shut
Led
Screen
down process.
To force shut down in the rare event the
Cooking
Modes
Arrows
Cleaning
Start/Stop
CookTime
control locks up, press and hold
ten seconds.
Probe
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for
CLEANING & MAINTENANCE
CombiClean ® Cleaning Agents
DANGER
Rubber gloves must be worn when using
CombiClean tablets or spray oven cleaner.
DANGER
Protective eye wear must be worn when
using spray oven cleaner.
NOTICE: Use authorized Combitherm cleaner only.
First Aid:
Unauthorized cleaning agents may discolor or harm interior
surfaces of the oven. Read and understand label and material
safety data sheet before using the oven cleaner.
Skin: Flush with water. Remove contaminated clothing
and do not re-wear until washed. If irritation persists see a
physician.
CAUTION: C
auses eye, skin, and respiratory tract
irritation. Keep out of reach of children.
Eyes: Flush with water for 15 minutes. See a
physician immediately.
Precautions:
Inhalation: If difficulty in breathing occurs, leave area
immediately and do not return until dust is settled. If
irritation persists, see a physician.
- Do not take internally.
- Avoid contact with eyes and skin.
- Use rubber gloves when using this product.
- Wash hands thoroughly after handling.
- Avoid mixing with strong, concentrated acids.
Ingestion: Drink large quantities of milk or water. Do not
induce vomiting. See a physician immediately.
Tablet will begin to dissolve onto skin if
handled with damp or wet hands.
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CLEANING & MAINTENANCE
Preventative Maintenance
In addition to the routine cleaning and maintenance
procedures, there are several additional steps to be
taken for both sanitation and to keep the oven running
efficiently. These additional safeguards will help prevent
down time and costly repairs.
Do not dispose of grease, fat, wood chips or solid waste
down the oven drain.
Fats and solids will eventually coagulate in the drain
system, causing blockage. Consequently, water
will back-up into the condenser and interior oven
compartment, resulting in an oven that is inoperable.
Make certain the drain screen is always in place. Remove
any solid waste material from the drain screen before it
enters the drain system.
The routine removal of solids from the drain screen will
help prevent blockage. Use the authorized combitherm oven cleaner only.
The use of unauthorized cleaning agents may discolor or
harm the interior surfaces of the oven.
To prolong the life of the door gasket, clean this
item daily.
The acids and related compounds found in fat,
particularly chicken fat, will weaken the composition of
the gasket unless cleaned on a daily basis. Wipe with a
hot, soapy cloth.
To additionally protect gasket life, allow oven door to
remain slightly open at the end of the production day.
An open door will relieve the pressure on the door gasket.
Routinely clean door hinges.
Open oven door to relieve tension. Clean all parts of
the hinge.
Probe cable placement.
The probe cable should not be placed near the broiler
element at the top of the oven.
NOTICE: W
hen smoking is completed, remove smoker box
from oven. Dispose of wood chips in a fire proof
waste receptacle to prevent the risk of fire.
DANGER
To prevent serious personal injury, death, or
property damage:
Do not steam clean, hose down or flood
the interior or exterior with water or liquid
solution of any kind. Do not use water jet
to clean. Failure to observe this precaution
will void the warranty.
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CLEANING & MAINTENANCE
C H E C K L I S T - D A I LY
Unit Information
Business Name: _______________________________
Serial Number: _______________________________
Model Number: _______________________________
Daily Inspection Start Date: _______________________________
Product probe (thermometer)
Door gasket (inner door seal)
Inner Door glass
Front drip tray
Touchscreen & overlay
(inspect for cracks, peeling, moisture, etc.)
Execute automatic wash cycle
(with approved cleaning chemical ONLY)
Employee initials
Component Failure & Replacement
List details of the failure(s) besides the day they occurred. Leave blank if components are working properly.
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
Sunday
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Sunday
Saturday
Friday
Thursday
Wednesday
Inspect & clean:
Tuesday
Monday
Daily Inspection Checklist
CLEANING & MAINTENANCE
C H E C K L I S T - W E E K LY
Unit Information
Business Name: _______________________________
Serial Number: _______________________________
Model Number: _______________________________
Daily Inspection Start Date: _______________________________
Weekly Inspection Checklist
Inspect - Oven cavity lamp
Inspect - Oven cavity for signs of grease/carbon buildup
Inspect - Behind the fan panel inside the oven cavity for signs of grease/carbon buildup
Inspect - Behind the fan panel inside the oven cavity for signs of scale buildup
G
Inspect - The heat exchanger for any signs of major deformation. If yes, immediately remove from service and take corrective
action steps.
G
Inspect - The heat exchanger for any loose/disconnected pipes or flanges. If yes, immediately remove from service and take
corrective action steps.
E
Inspect - Convection elements for signs of cracking, deformation, or damage
Clean ventless hood grease filters
Employee initials
G Gas units only
E
Electric units only
Component Failure & Replacement
List details of the failure(s) besides the day they occurred. Leave blank if components are working properly.
Week 1
Week 2
Week 3
Week 4
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CLEANING & MAINTENANCE
C H E C K L I S T - M O N T H LY
Unit Information
Business Name: _______________________________
Serial Number: _______________________________
Model Number: _______________________________
Daily Inspection Start Date: _______________________________
Monthly Inspection Checklist
Inspect/Test - Proper draining of the oven cavity
Inspect - All drain lines for leaks or clogs
EB Descale the steam generator
Inspect - Oven cavity for any signs of scale buildup
Descale the oven interior
Inspect ventless hood paper filter (replace as needed)
Test ventless hood drain for proper drainage and signs of leaking
Employee initials
EB Electric boiler units only
Component Failure & Replacement
Summarize any component failure(s) that may have occurred during this month.
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CLEANING & MAINTENANCE
CHECKLIST - 12 MONTH
Unit Information
Business Name: _______________________________
Serial Number: _______________________________
Model Number: _______________________________
Daily Inspection Start Date: _______________________________
12 Month Inspection Checklist
Replace - Steam bypass hose
Inspect - Cleaning pump hose
Inspect/Test - Proper draining of the oven cavity
Inspect - All drain lines for leaks or clogs
Inspect - All solenoid hoses (both ends)
Inspect - Upper browning valve hose
Inspect - Lower pressure relief valve & hose
Inspect - Convection element seal (from the electrical compartment)
Inspect - Gas heat exchanger seal (from the electrical compartment)
Inspect - N6 oven temperature probe seal
Descale the steam generator
Remove & Inspect - Steam generator elements
Inspect - Hand shower hose
Inspect - Hand shower handle
Inspect - Product probe
Inspect - Water injection tube
Inspect - Oven cavity for any signs of scale buildup
Inspect - Oven cavity lamp
Inspect - Oven cavity for signs of grease/carbon buildup
Inspect - Behind the fan panel inside the oven cavity for signs of grease/carbon buildup
Inspect - Behind the fan panel inside the oven cavity for signs of scale buildup
EB Electric boiler units only
G Gas units only
E
Electric units only
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CLEANING & MAINTENANCE
CHECKLIST - 12 MONTH
Unit Information
Business Name: _______________________________
Serial Number: _______________________________
Model Number: _______________________________
Daily Inspection Start Date: _______________________________
12 Month Inspection Checklist
G
Inspect - The heat exchanger for any signs of major deformation. If yes, immediately remove from service and take corrective
action steps.
G
Inspect - The heat exchanger for any loose/disconnected pipes or flanges. If yes, immediately remove from service and take
corrective action steps.
Inspect & ensure - Exhaust pipes are exiting the oven cavity
G Inspect - Heat exchanger flange gasket (replace as needed)
G Inspect & tighten - Heat exchanger burner flange hardware & gasket (replace as needed)
G Inspect - Heat exchanger igniter flange hardware & gasket (replace as needed)
G Inspect - Heat exchanger exhaust pipes (ensure they are exiting out past the oven cavity ceiling flange) - ESG models only
G Inspect - Oven cavity ceiling flange & flange gasket - ESG models only
G Tighten - Burner flange bolts
G Tighten - Igniter flange bolts
Inspect - Heat exchanger weep holes to ensure they are free of obstructions (if the hole is obstructed, immediately remove oven
from service and replace the heat exchanger) - Not applicable to CTP/CTC models
E Inspect - Convection elements for signs of cracking, deformation, or damage
Replace - Oven lamp cover(s) & gasket(s)
Descale the oven interior
Inspect - Door gasket (replace as needed)
Wipe down the inner door glass
Inspect - Front drip tray (clean as needed)
Inspect - Front drip tray hose
Inspect - Control overlay
Inspect & tighten - All electrical connections
Inspect & tighten - All cooling fans for proper operation
EB Electric boiler units only
G Gas units only
E
Electric units only
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CLEANING & MAINTENANCE
CHECKLIST - 12 MONTH
Unit Information
Business Name: _______________________________
Serial Number: _______________________________
Model Number: _______________________________
Daily Inspection Start Date: _______________________________
12 Month Inspection Checklist
Inspect & tighten - Door hinges
Inspect & tighten - Door handle
Review - Error code history
Note the software version (update if not current)
Record - Water pressure (static & dynamic)
Record - Line voltage across all lines
Record - Line voltage to ground on each line
Record - Amperage across all three legs (when heating)
Function test all components (list components)
Component Failure & Replacement
Summarize any component failure(s) that may have occurred during this month.
Customer Signature: ___________________________________________________
Technician Signature: ___________________________________________________
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CLEANING & MAINTENANCE
Protecting Stainless Steel Surfaces
Cleaning Agents
Itisimportanttoguardagainstcorrosion
inthecareofstainlesssteel
surfaces .Harsh,corrosive,
orinappropriatechemicals
cancompletelydestroythe
protectivesurfacelayerof
stainlesssteel .Abrasive
pads,steelwool,ormetal
implementswillabradesurfacescausing
damagetothisprotectivecoatingandwill
eventuallyresultinareasofcorrosion .Even
water,particularlyhardwaterthatcontainshigh
tomoderateconcentrationsofchloride,will
causeoxidationandpittingthatresultinrust
andcorrosion .Inaddition,manyacidicfoods
spilledandlefttoremainonmetalsurfacesare
contributingfactorsthatwillcorrodesurfaces .
Usenon-abrasivecleaningproductsdesignedfor
useonstainlesssteelsurfaces .Cleaningagents
mustbechloride-freecompoundsandmustnot
containquaternarysalts .Neverusehydrochloric
acid(muriaticacid)onstainlesssteelsurfaces .
Failuretoobservethisprecautionwillvoid
thewarranty .Alwaysusethepropercleaning
agentatthemanufacturer'srecommended
strength .Contactyourlocalcleaningsupplierfor
productrecommendations .
Propercleaningagents,materials,andmethods
arevitaltomaintainingtheappearanceandlifeof
thisappliance .Spilledfoodsshouldberemoved
andtheareawipedassoonaspossiblebutatthe
veryleast,aminimumofonceperday .Always
thoroughlyrinsesurfacesafterusingacleaning
agentandwipestandingwaterasquicklyas
possibleafterrinsing .
CAUTION
RS
NO
S
C RA PE
NO
S
ST
E EL P A
DS
NO
HE
W
BRU
IR E
S
To protect stainless steel surfaces,
completely avoid the use of
abrasive cleaning compounds,
chloride based cleaners, or
cleaners containing quaternary
salts. NEVER use hydrochloric acid
(muriatic acid) on stainless steel.
NEVER use wire brushes, metal
scouring pads or scrapers.
Cleaning Materials
Cleaningcanusuallybeaccomplishedwiththe
propercleaningagentandasoft,cleancloth .
Whenmoreaggressivemethodsareneeded,use
anon-abrasivescouringpadondifficultareas
andmakecertaintoscrubwiththevisiblegrain
ofsurfacemetaltoavoidsurfacescratches .Never
usewirebrushes,metalscouringpads,orscrapers
toremovefoodresidue .Failuretoobservethis
precautionwillvoidthewarranty .
WARNING
To prevent SERIOUS INJURY,
DEATH, or PROPERTY DAMAGE:
The appliance must be cleaned
thoroughly to avoid deposits of
grease and or food residues inside
the appliance that may catch fire. If
fat deposits and/or food waste inside
the appliance ignite, shut down the
appliance immediately and keep the
appliance door closed to extinguish
the fire. If further extinguishing is
required, disconnect the appliance
from the main power and use a fire
extinguisher (do not use water to
extinguish a grease fire!). Failure
to clean the appliance properly
invalidates the warranty and relieves
Alto-Shaam of all liability.
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CLEANING & MAINTENANCE
Cleaning Schedule
Daily Gasket Cleaning
It is important to prolong the life of the oven gasket
by cleaning on a daily basis. Routine cleaning will
help protect the gasket from deterioration caused by
acidic foods.
1. Allow the oven to cool, then wipe the gasket
and crevices with clean cloth soaked in warm
detergent solution.
2. Wipe the gasket and crevices with a cloth and clean
rinse water.
Do not attempt to remove gasket or place
in the dishwasher.
Daily Oven Cleaning
To be performed at the end of the production day or
between production shifts.
Cleaning Cycle Needed After Smoking
To prevent the transfer of smoke residue to non-smoked
products, a cleaning cycle is required before cooking
non-smoked items.
Monthly Cleaning
1. Spray Head
2. Drain Pipe
Probe Usage And Cleaning
After each use of the CORE TEMP mode, wipe the probe
tip with a clean paper towel to remove food debris. Follow
by wiping the probe with a disposable alcohol pad. Return
the probe to the proper door bracket position. The probe
cable should not be placed near the broiler element at the
top of the oven.
Probe Cleaning Procedures
1. Remove all food debris from probe between loads and
at the end of each production shift. Wipe the entire
probe, probe cable assembly, and probe holding bracket
with a clean cloth and warm detergent solution.
1
TETHER BRACKET
REQUIRED FOR
220-240V, 1PH, 208-240V, 3PH
& 380-415V, CASTER STAND,
OR STACKING KITS
HI-LIMIT
RESET
ELECTRICAL CONNECTION
(CORD OR HARDWIRE)
TREATED WATER
INLET 3/4" G
2
UNTREATED WATER
INLET 3/4" G
HAND SPRAYER VALVE
REQUIRES SEPERATE
WATER CONNECTION
1-1/2" DRAIN
TANK CLEAN-OUT
2. Remove detergent by wiping the probe, cable, and
bracket with a cloth and clean rinse water.
3. Wipe probe and probe bracket with disposable alcohol
pad or sanitizing solution recommended for food
contact surfaces.
4. Allow probe and cable to air dry in the probe
holding bracket. The probe cable should not be placed
near the broiler element at the top of the oven.
5. Wipe the probe with a disposable alcohol pad prior to
inserting into a new food product.
DANGER
To prevent serious personal injury, death, or
property damage:
Do not steam clean, hose down or flood
the interior or exterior with water or liquid
solution of any kind. Do not use water jet
to clean. Failure to observe this precaution
will void the warranty.
TOLERANCE: UNLESS SPECIFIED:
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CLEANING & MAINTENANCE
VENTLESS HOOD MODEL
Top Exhaust Vent
Filter Track
Filter Switch
1
2
1. Charcoal Filter:Thecharcoalfiltershouldbe
inspectedforcontaminant'sonaregularbasis .
Replacementmustbemadeataminimumof
threemonthintervals—moreoftenifheavy
contaminant'sarevisibleorifthefilterno
longercontrolsodors .
2. Grease Filter:Cleaningfrequencyshouldbe
basedonovenusagewithamaximumoftwo
weeksbetweencleaningiftheovenisusedfor
non-greaseladenproductsorsteamapplications
only .Greaseladenproductsrequirecleaning
frequencyofatleastonceaweek .
oremovethecharcoalfilter,pullandslideout .
T
Whenreplacingthefilter,ensurethatthefilter
clipisinplaceatrearofthefilter .Makecertain
theairflowarrow(s)pointtowardthehoodfan
(backofunit),andthatthefilterisreplaced
usingthefiltertrackinthemetalbackplate
providedwiththehood .
emovethegreasefilterbypullingitstraight
R
outofthehousing .Placethefilterinthe
dishwasherorwashseparatelybyplacingin
hot,soapywateruntilallgreaseandparticles
havebeenremoved .Rinsethoroughly .Allow
thefiltertoairdrybeforereinstalling .
FI-24114
oreplacethegreasefilter,themetalhandles
T
onthefiltercasingshouldbefacingtowardthe
frontoftheunit .
FI-24113
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CLEANING & MAINTENANCE
ExpressTouch With CombiClean Option
3 .Selectthedesiredlevelofcleaning .
Four(4)cleaninglevelsareoffered:rinse,light,normal,
andheavy-dutycleaning .CombiClean®tabletsor
Combithermliquidspraycleanermaybeused .Sideracks
andshelvesmayremaininsideovenduringcleaning .
Removesolidwastesfromthebottomoftheovenandthe
drainscreentopreventblockage .
Rinse(20minutes)
Light(30minutes)
NOTICE: Ifapoweroutageweretooccurduring
anyofthecleaningcycles,theovenwill
beginasix(6)minuteforced-rinsecycle .
1 .
Normal(1hour21minutes)
Heavy-duty(2hours6minutes)
Selectcleaningmodefromanyscreen .
• Ifovenistoohottosafelyclean,anovenwithred
interiorwillappearonthescreenandthecool
downfunctionisautomaticallyactivated .Allow
oventocoolto200°F(93°C)beforecleaning .
Cleaning Mode Menu
4 .InserttheappropriatenumberofCombiClean®
CombiTabs™asdirectedbytouchscreenorspray
interiorofovenwithcombithermliquidspraycleaner .
Usermayaddoneadditionaltabletineithernormalor
heavy-dutymodesforparticularlydirtyovens .
Combi Cleaner Requirement
The number of required CombiClean®
tabs is shown.
Water On
4
Water Off
Previous
Screen
2 .
Start
TouchWATER ONicontoconfirmthat
watersupplyisturnedon .
5 .
Oven Too Hot Warning
TouchthegreenSTARTarrowicontobegin
cleaning .Ovenbeepswhencleaningisfinished .
Leavedoorslightlyajar .
Must allow oven to cool down before inserting
CombiClean® tabs or spraying with cleaner
Cleaning In Process
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Simple Control With CombiClean Option
One (1) heavy-duty cleaning cycle (2 hours 5 minutes)
is offered. CombiClean® CombiTabs™ or Combitherm
liquid spray cleaner may be used. Side racks and shelves
may remain inside oven during cleaning. Remove the
optional Grill Grate from the appliance interior and wash
it separately in hot, soapy water to preserve the special
non-stick coating. Remove solid wastes from the bottom of
the oven and the drain screen to prevent blockage. Notice: I f a power outage were to occur during any
portion of the cleaning cycle, the oven will
begin a six (6) minute forced-rinse cycle. Cook
temperature display area will display “RIN”.
Cook time display area will display “-.--”
1. Select cleaning mode.
• If the oven is too hot to safely clean, "door" will
appear on the screen and the cool down
function is automatically activated. Open the
oven door to allow oven to cool to 200°F (93°C)
before cleaning.
2. Cooking temperature display area will display "CLn". Cooking time display area will display "6" - referring to
the number of cleaning tablets to insert.
3. Lift interior oven drain screen and insert three (3)
CombiClean® CombiTabs™ or spray interior of oven
with Combitherm liquid spray cleaner. User may add
one additional tablet for particularly dirty ovens.
4. Close the oven door.
5. Press
button until the LED lights to begin
cleaning cycle.
6. Cooking temperature display area displays "CLn".
7. Cooking time display area displays time remaining.
8. The oven beeps when cleaning is finished. Leave the
door open approximately 2" (50mm) to allow the oven
to air dry.
Oven Temperature
Display Area
Cleaning
Start/Stop
Cook Time
Display Area
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Cleaning - Without CombiClean Program
The CT Express Combitherm can be ordered without the CombiClean® option. Combitherm
liquid spray cleaner should be used.
NOTICE: If oven is too hot to safely clean, touch the cool down function icon
to activate. Open the oven door to allow oven to cool to 200°F (93°C) before cleaning.
ide racks and shelves may remain inside oven during cleaning. Remove solid wastes from
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the bottom of the oven and the drain screen to prevent blockage. earing safety glasses and rubber gloves, generously spray the interior oven surfaces with
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an even coating of Combitherm Liquid Oven Cleaner. Spray all built in components, shelves,
and side racks. Spray both sides of the oven.
1. Securely close the oven door and let the solution stand for a minimum of 10 minutes.
2. Press Power
3. Press Steam
4. Set Time
on.
. for ten minutes.
5 . Oven beeps for 3 minutes at the end of the steam cycle or until the door is opened or until
a cook mode button is pressed.
6. Open door.
7. Make certain to thoroughly rinse all surfaces to remove any cleaning solution residue. Use
a non-abrasive cleaning pad for any problem areas.
8. Replace the side racks and shelves.
9. Wipe the door gasket with a hot, soapy cloth. Wipe the door gasket again with a clean rinse cloth.
10. Leave the door open approximately 2" (50mm) to allow the oven to air dry.
DANGER
To prevent serious personal injury, death, or
property damage:
Do not steam clean, hose down or flood
the interior or exterior with water or liquid
solution of any kind. Do not use water jet
to clean. Failure to observe this precaution
will void the warranty.
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Emergency Operation Mode
Iftheovenmalfunctions,anerrorcodewillappearinthe
display .Intheeventofanerror,theCombithermmaybe
operatedonalimitedbasis .Errorconditionsunderwhich
continuedoperationispossibleareindicatedby“Yes”
inthechartonthenextpage .Tooperatetheoveninthe
eventofanerrorcode:
1 .
TouchtheStarticontoacknowledge
theerror .
Theiconsthatbegintoflashrepresent
operationalmodesthatarestillusable .
3 .Settheovencontrolsasifoperatingundernormal
circumstances .
Dependingontheerrorcodeinvolved,ovenfunction,
suchastemperaturerange,maybelimited .
4 .
TouchtheStarticontobegincooking .
5 .
TouchtheStopiconwhentimerexpires .
TheCombithermwillreturntonormaloperation
whentheovenfaultiscorrected .
2 .Selectoneoftheavailablecookingmodes .
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Emergency Operation Mode (Continued)
ERROR CODES
Whentheovenmalfunctions,anerrorcodewillappearinthedisplay .
PresstheStarticontoacknowledgetheerror .
Theiconsthatbegintoflashrepresentoperationalmodesthatarestillusable .
Whentheovenfaultiscorrected,theCombithermwillreturntonormaloperation .
Error
Code
Model
Display Shows
ES
ESG
Mode
Steam
Combination
Convection
Retherm
ESI
E01
Low Water Boiler
Yes
No
No
No
To 365°F/185°C
No
E02
Control Temp High
Yes
Yes
No
No
No
No
E03
Fan Motor Error
Yes
Yes
No
No
No
No
E04
Fan Motor 2 Error
Yes
Yes
No
No
No
No
E11
Convection Temperature High
Yes
Yes
BOILER UNITS
No
No
No
E13
Boiler Temperature High
Yes
No
No
No
Yes
No
E15
Condenser Temperature High
Yes
Yes
No
No
To 356°F/180°C
No
E20
B11 Core Temperature Probe Single Point
Fault - HACCP only
Yes
Yes
No
No
No
No
E21
N6 Cavity Probe Fault
Yes
Yes
BOILER UNITS
ONLY
No
No
No
E22
B10 Core Temp Probe Fault
Yes
Yes
BY TIME ONLY
BY TIME ONLY
BY TIME ONLY
BY TIME ONLY
E23
B4 Boiler Probe Fault
Yes
No
No
No
No
No
E24
B5 Bypass Probe Fault
Yes
Yes
No
No
Yes
No
E25
B3 Condenser Probe Fault
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
To 356°F/180°C
No
E26
N8 Boiler Safety Temperature Probe Fault
Yes
No
No
No
No
No
E27
Boiler Element Temperature High
Yes
No
No
No
Yes
No
E34
Steam Generator Drain Pump Fault
Yes
No
No
No
No
No
E36
Steam Temperature High
Yes
No
No
No
Yes
No
E51
No Water in Boiler
Yes
No
No
No
Yes
No
E53
Fan Motor High Temperature
Yes
Yes
No
No
No
No
E54
Fan Motor 2 High Temperature
Yes
Yes
No
No
No
No
E55
Vent Not Open
Yes
Yes
Yes
(NO BROWNING)
Yes
(NO BROWNING)
Yes
(NO BROWNING)
Yes
(NO BROWNING)
E57
No Rinse Water
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
E93
Communication Error FROM Display Board
Yes
Yes
No
No
No
No
E94
Communication Error TO Display Board
Yes
Yes
No
No
No
No
ONLY
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ERROR CODES
If your Alto-Shaam®unitisnotoperatingproperly,checkthefollowingbeforecallingyourAuthorized
Alto-Shaam Service Agent:
☛ Check that unit is receiving power. Circuit breaker turned on?
NOTICE
This section is provided for the assistance of qualified and trained service technicians only and is not
intended for use by untrained or unauthorized service personnel. Do not attempt to repair or service
the oven beyond this point. Contact Alto-Shaam for the nearest authorized service agent. Repairs
made by any other service agents without prior authorization by Alto-Shaam will void the warranty.
Whentheovenmalfunctions,anerrorcodewillappearinthedisplay.
Press the Start icon to acknowledge the error.
Whentheovenerrornotificationhasbeenacknowledged,theCombithermwillattempttoreturn
to normal operation.
Error
Code
Error Call Out in Display
Description of Error
Possible Causes
E01
Low Water Boiler
Low water level in boiler
— Water supply is shut off.
— Low water pressure.
— Generator drain cap/hose missing or leaking.
— Generator drain pump is defective.
— Generator drain pump elbow leaking.
— Fill solenoid not energized.
— Fill solenoid faulty.
— Wiring or connection error at the solenoid or the
relay board.
— Water level probe connection/wiring error at
probe or relay board.
— Water level probe requires descaling and/or
replacement.
E02
Control Temperature High
Relay board surface
temperature too high
— Cooling fan(s) not being energized.
— Cooling fan(s) faulty.
— Wiring/connection error at cooling fan(s).
— Faulty relay board.
E03
Convection Fan Motor Error
Convection fan motor failure
— Motor VFD not energized.
— No input signal to VFD from relay board.
— Motor VFD faulty, not outputting to motor after
input signal received.
— Motor fan wheel blocked/obstructed.
— Connection/wiring error at VFD, motor, hall effect
sensor, relay board.
— Faulty motor.
E04
Lower Convection Fan
Motor Error
Lower convection fan motor
failure on 20-20 unit
— Motor VFD not energized.
— No input signal to VFD from relay board.
— Motor VFD faulty, not outputting to motor after
input signal received.
— Motor fan wheel blocked/obstructed.
— Connection/wiring error at VFD, motor, hall effect
sensor, relay board.
— Faulty motor.
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ERROR CODES
Error
Code
Error Call Out in Display
Description of Error
E11
Convection Temperature
High
Oven cavity temperature N6
too high
— Convection element contactor stuck closed/on.
— Faulty oven temperature probe connection at
relay board.
— Faulty N6 oven temperature probe.
— Faulty relay board.
E13
Boiler Temperature High
Steam generator
temperature too hot
— Immersion element is not submersed in water
due to scale build up on the water level probe/
inside the tank.
— Immersion element contactor stuck closed.
— Faulty B4 steam generator temperature probe
connection at relay board.
— Faulty B4 temperature probe.
E15
Condensor Temperature
High
Condensor water
temperature too high
— Untreated water supply line is disconnected or
shut off.
— Cooling solenoid is not being energized when B3
probe is above set point.
— Faulty B3 condensate temperature probe
connection at relay board.
— Faulty B3 condensate temperature probe.
E20
HACCP Only - B11 Core
Temperature Probe Single
Point Fault
Single point core
temperature probe defect or
disconnected
— Probe not installed inside oven.
— Faulty B11 Single Point Core Temperature probe
receptacle connection at relay board.
— Faulty B11 single point core temperature probe.
— Debris buildup on probe receptacle pins inside of
the oven.
Error E20 is not shown in display.
Instead a probe sign with “?” is
shown as popup window. In case
the customer cooks in time mode
during first step and during second
step switches to probe mode but has
no probe in place, the error E20 will
be shown in the error code list and
HACCP list.
Possible Causes
E21
N6 Oven Cavity
Temperature Probe Fault
N6 probe “open”
— Faulty N6 oven cavity temperature probe
connection at relay board.
— Faulty N6 oven temperature probe.
E22
B10 Core Temperature
Probe Multipoint Fault
Multipoint core temperature
probe defect or
disconnected
— Faulty B10 multipoint core temperature probe
connection at relay board.
— Faulty B10 multipoint core temperature probe.
E23
B4 Boiler Probe Fault
B4 probe “open”
— Faulty B4 boiler temperature probe connection at
relay board.
— Faulty B4 boiler temperature probe.
E24
B5 Bypass Probe Fault
B5 probe “open”
— Faulty B5 steam bypass probe connection at
relay board.
— Faulty B5 steam bypass probe.
E25
B3 Condensor Probe Fault
B3 probe “open”
— Faulty B3 condensor probe connection at relay
board.
— Faulty B3 condensor probe.
E26
N8 Immersion Element
Safety Probe Fault
N8 probe “open”
— Faulty N8 safety temperature probe connection at
relay board.
— Faulty N8 safety temperature probe.
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ERROR CODES
Error
Code
Error Call Out in Display
Description of Error
Possible Causes
E27
N8 Immersion Element
Temperature Too High
Immersion element too hot
E34
Steam Generator Drain
Pump Fault
Water level in steam
generator does not drop
during cleaning program
— Scale buildup inside the steam generator and/or
water level probe.
— Obstruction on inlet side of steam generator
drain pump.
— Boiler steam generator pump not being energized.
— Steam generator drain pump defective.
E36
Steam Temperature High
Oven cavity temperature is
too high when operating in
steam mode or combination
mode
— Water supply is not connected or shut off.
— Low water pressure.
— Y1 solenoid valve not energized on a call for steam.
— Y1 solenoid faulty.
— Flow restrictor obstructed.
— Water injection pipe obstructed.
— Steam bypass hose obstructed.
— B5 steam bypass probe dirty or faulty.
E51
No Water In Boiler
Steam generator fill error
— Water supply is disconnected or shut off.
— Low water pressure.
— Boiler drain cap leaking or missing.
— Boiler drain pump defective.
— Drain pump elbow leaking.
— Fill solenoid not energized.
— Fill solenoid faulty.
— Connection/wiring error at the solenoid or the
relay board.
— Water level probe connection/wiring error at
probe or the relay board.
— Water level probe requires descaling and/or
replacement.
E53
Fan Motor High
Temperature
Fan motor high limit
— Faulty motor high limit connection at relay board.
— Obstructed fan wheel.
— Faulty convection motor.
E54
Lower Fan Motor High
Temperature
(20-20 unit size only)
Fan motor high limit
— Faulty motor high limit connection at relay board.
— Obstructed fan wheel.
— Faulty convection motor.
E55
Vent Not Open
Browning valve does not
open
— Browning valve vent motor not being energized.
— Alignment issue between motor cam and vent
motor safety switch (micro switch).
— Faulty connection at vent motor, vent motor
switch or relay board.
— Fault vent valve safety switch (micro switch).
— Faulty vent motor.
— Scale buildup inside steam generator and/or on
water level probe.
— Immersion element contactor stuck closed.
— Faulty N8 safety temperature probe.
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ERROR CODES
Error
Code
Error Call Out in Display
Description of Error
Possible Causes
E57
No Rinse Water
During rinse no water
flow is detected through
solenoid valve
— Water supply is shut off.
— Low water pressure.
— Check wiring to all components mentioned below.
— Flow switch is dirty or defective.
— Double water solenoid valve defective (Y3.)
— Relay board, high voltage, defective.
E92
Communication Error,
RB Does Not Properly
Respond
Communication error
between display board and
relay board
— Faulty ribbon cable connections between boards.
— Faulty ribbon cable.
— Relay board, low voltage, connector defective.
— Display board connector defective.
E93
Communication Error,
FROM Display Board
Communication error
between display board and
low voltage relay board
— Faulty ribbon cable connections between boards.
— Faulty ribbon cable.
— Relay board, low voltage, connector defective.
— Display board connector defective.
E94
Communication Error,
TO Display Board
Communication error
between display board and
low voltage relay board
— Faulty ribbon cable connections between boards.
— Faulty ribbon cable.
— Relay board, low voltage, connector defective.
— Display board connector defective.
E98
RB is in Celsius and DB is
in Fahrenheit
Change the unit
configuration in the setup
menu
— Control programming issue.
— Ribbon cable defective.
— Relay board, low voltage, connector defective.
— Display board connector defective.
E99
RB is in Fahrenheit and DB
is in Celsius
Change the unit
configuration in the setup
menu
— Control programming issue.
— Ribbon cable defective.
— Relay board, low voltage, connector defective.
— Display board connector defective.
E100
DB version is not equal to
RB version. Error generated
by DB.
Software update may have
failed.
— Perform software update.
— Ribbon cable defective.
— Faulty compact flash card.
— Relay board, low voltage, connector defective.
— Display board connector defective.
— Software may need to be updated again.
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ERROR CODES
Error
Code
Error Call Out in Display
Description of Error
Possible Causes
E101
DB version is not equal to
RB version. Error generated
by RB.
Software update may have
failed.
— Perform software update.
— Ribbon cable defective.
— Faulty compact flash card.
— Relay board, low voltage, connector defective.
— Display board connector defective.
— Software may need to be updated again.
E102
Ventless Hood Fault —
Filters Not Present
Filter safety switches are
not properly activated.
— Grease and/or charcoal filter not installed.
— Faulty filter switch.
— Poor connection at safety switch or relay board.
E103
Ventless Hood Fault —
Pressure Failure
Ventless hood operation
failure.
— Hood power switch not turned to the on position.
— Hood power switch defective.
— Hood fan not operating.
— Filter(s) clogged/need replacement.
— Pressure switch tube plugged or disconnected.
— Faulty pressure switch or connection error/failure.
— Hood fan turning in the wrong direction.
E104
Ignition Failure
Attempt for ignition.
— Gas supply disconnected or turned off.
— Gas supply pressure too low/too high.
— Gas valve not being energized by ignition control.
— Ignition control not creating a spark.
— Faulty spark wire and/or igniter.
— Faulty flame sense wire or sensing wire connection.
— Faulty ignition control.
— Blocked or obstructed flue pipe(s).
E105
Low Water Pressure
Low or no water pressure to
oven.
— Water supply not connected or turned off.
— Water pressure too low.
— Solenoid valve not being energized.
— Solenoid valve not opening.
— Pressure switch faulty.
— Poor connection at pressure switch and/or relay
board.
E106
Cleaning Pump Fault
Cleaning pump is not
running.
— Cleaning pump motor not being energized.
— Cleaning pump faulty.
— Poor connection at pump motor and/or relay board.
— Hall effect sensor wiring/connection error/failure.
E107
Boiler Drain Pump Fault
Boiler drain pump is not
running.
— Boiler drain pump motor not being energized.
— Boiler drain pump faulty.
— Poor connection at pump motor and/or relay board.
— Hall effect sensor wiring/connection error/failure.
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