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Rotisseries

The KA7E rotisserie is easy to clean and operate.

With the KA7E, cleaning a rotisserie is as easy as cooking with one.

The KA7E self-cleaning rotisserie makes cooking and cleaning one-button simple.

Self-cleaning means the operator simply presses the “Clean” button and walks away.

Press-and-go capability lets the operator choose the cooking program by number and press “Start.” A digital marquee display shows the operator the exact status of the oven—Preheating, Cooking, Hold, etc.

new rotisserie imageThe KA7E Self-Cleaning Rotisserie

Click here to tally your energy and labor savings using our simple calculator.

The $64,605.00 Question:
Tally up the saving in energy and labor, plus the increased revenues of the KA7E.

The only real question is how much more can you make and save with the KA7E? Our equation is simple:

One hour per day of labor saving + 20% increased efficiency in energy saving + 20% increased cooking productivity = more than $64,000 per year

Let’s do the math.

Commercial Rotisserie OvenThe Labor Saving. Self-cleaning will save you at least an hour of labor every day. Let’s assume the labor rate is the same as the federal minimum wage. This is what you would save annually. 1 hr/day x $7.25/hr x 365 days = $2,646.25.

The Energy Saving. The KA7E actually cooks 22% faster than comparable rotisseries, and that converts directly to energy saving. On average, cooking six loads of 35 chickens each per day in a comparable rotisserie would cost you $7.14 a day in energy. At a 22% faster cooking rate, the KA7E would cost you only $5.57 a day, a saving of $1.57. Over the course of a year, your savings would be: $1.57 x 365 days = $573.05.

The Big One: The Increased Productivity Revenues. With its 22% faster cooking, the KA7E can cook 269 chickens each in a nine-hour day, compared to only 210 chickens in a comparable rotisserie. That’s 59 more chickens per day. Even assuming a bargain price of just $3.00 a bird, the annual payout is very impressive. 59 x 365 x $3.00 = $64,605.00

The Grand Total: $64,605.00 in energy and labor saving, plus increased revenues from roasting and selling more chickens. Like they say, that ain’t chicken feed.

When you factor in the KA7E’s durability and reliability—after all, it’s a Hobart—and the fact that it’s been especially designed to be easy to install and service, you have the first rotisserie oven that’s as convenient for the owner and operator as it is for the customer.

Product Spec Sheets

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