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Pyrolytic Ovens Australia

Australian kitchens have evolved dramatically during the past few decades. Older appliances are being replaced by multifunctional products that work in tandem to produce superior culinary results by reciprocating with the user. Progressive ASKO ovens provide menu suggestions, utilise staged cook programs, offer eco-friendly solutions, and even self-clean for saving time and keeping up appearances. The ASKO pyrolytic oven range retains the tradition of Scandinavian minimalism, where sleek, seamless integrated design components conceal a cooking wall-oven powerhouse with the capability to satisfy the most discerning of tastes.

Why choose an ASKO pyrolytic built in oven?

Modern kitchens are generally more spacious and designed for entertaining as well as cooking. Slaving over a hot stove in isolation isn’t an option for most people these days, and open plan homes that take advantage of the Australian climate are the desirable alternative. The Scandinavian style, originating in cold Nordic climates, is compatible with harsh Australian conditions due to the focus on function as well as form. ASKO appliances are developed to withstand heavy use without compromising on energy efficiency and reliability for a long-life of consistent culinary results.

Pyrolytic ovens are built to withstand intense heat for extended durations, providing additional benefits for the chef. ASKO pyrolytic oven benefits include:

·        Self-cleaning ovens allow the chef to put their feet up and relax

·        Environmentally-friendly cleaning without using harmful chemicals

·        No more harsh scrubbing or scraping for little result

·        No cross contamination of food spills or chemical residues

·        Insulation that traps intense heat in the oven where it belongs

·        The kitchen remains markedly cooler compared to conventional ovens

·        Safety features include quadruple, glazed oven doors 

What is the pyrolytic clean cycle?

The pyrolytic clean cycle is a self-cleaning mode where extreme temperatures and associated pressure reduces food splashes, grease and stains to ash. Once the pyrolytic clean cycle commences the soft closing door automatically locks until the cycle is complete, taking approximately 1.5-2 hours. When the oven reaches the desired temperature the fans kick in, forcing extreme heat into every corner of the oven cavity where it breaks down all hard-to-remove food residues. Once the clean cycle is complete and the oven cools down, any residual ash is simply wiped away. Time saving, innovative appliances are the ASKO style, and Australian consumers are appreciating the difference. 

Do ASKO steam ovens also have a self-cleaning cycle?

They certainly do. ASKO steam ovens, steam assist ovens and combi ovens also utilise heat in the cleaning process. The steam oven clean cycle doesn’t require intense heat as in pyrolytic ovens, although when high temperature is combined with steam injection, food scraps and stains are defeated. Steam gradually soaks into stuck-on residues, ultimately breaking it down and leaving the oven interior clean and fresh. ASKO ovens incorporate steam cleaning, Aqua cleaning and descaling programs, all hands-free and without the need for harmful cleaning agents or harsh scrubbing. 

What makes the ASKO kitchen appliance range different?

It isn’t by accident that ASKO kitchen appliances stand out from the competition. Since 1950, when Karl-Erik Andersson built his mother a superior, multifunctional washing machine, the ASKO ideals haven’t wavered. To this day, ASKO remains dedicated to specialising in kitchen and laundry products that provide consistent performance, seamless integration, durability, and minimalist appeal favoured by Scandinavian appliance fans.

ASKO built-in wall ovens reciprocate with the user and with other ASKO products such as cooktops, Fusion Volcano wok burners, warming drawers and microwaves. ASKO 60cm and 45cm pyrolytic ovens fit seamlessly into existing cabinetry and can be placed above and below or side-by-side to maximise kitchen functionality, attract the eye, and satisfy the culinary expectations of every household member.