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1 1 Speed Cooking Technologies Jet-Impingement – Technical Background Technical Background – Companies Involved in JIM Ovens Companies Involved in JIM Ovens – JIM Ovens JIM Ovens TurboChef

2 2 Technical Background Technical Terms Hot Air Impinging on Food Applications and Advantages Temperature Profile Nusselt Number vs. Reynolds Number

3 3 Technical Terms Jet impingement technology Technology in which jets of gas or liquid are made to impinge on a desired product for faster heat transfer or faster chemical reactions Jet impingement oven Device used for baking and drying of food materials using jets of hot air at velocities (20-40 m/s) to impinge on the product Jet-impingement Microwave (JIM) Oven Ovens operated in jet-impingement mode and microwave mode either individually or in combination.

4 4 FOOD PLATE D Hot Air Jet-Impinging on Food Jet of hot air impinging directly on food

5 5 Applications and Advantages Applications – Baking for pizza shells, crackers, matzo, cookies – Toasting for ready-to-eat cereals – Roasting for coffee beans Advantages Over Other Technologies – Efficient heat transfer – Energy efficient – Uniform heating – Better moisture retention in food

6 6 Temperature Profile (Results from 3 Impinging Jets) Source: M. Karwe, Rutgers University

7 7 Nusselt Number vs. Reynolds Number Source: M. Karwe, Rutgers University

8 8 Companies Involved in JIM Ovens Enersyst Development Center KRh Thermal Systems Thermador Fujimak Incorporated

9 9 JIM Ovens Enersyst Development Center – Enersyst Prototype JIM Oven Enersyst Prototype JIM Oven KRh Thermal Systems – KRh JIM Ovens KRh JIM Ovens – Hot Choice Systems Hot Choice Systems Thermador – Thermador JIM Oven Thermador JIM Oven Fujimak Incorporated – Fujimak JIM Oven Fujimak JIM Oven

10 10 Enersyst Development Center A research and development company whose main business is to develop and license its flagship jet- impingement technology Licensees – KRh Thermal Systems KRh Thermal Systems – Thermador Thermador – A&W Restaurants Acquired by Moseley Corporation as an independently operated subsidiary in late 1999Moseley Corporation

11 11 Moseley Corporation Parent company of Enersyst Development CenterEnersyst Development Center A full service provider of merchandising solutions and consulting services for leading international corporations and emerging entrepreneurs in the food and beverage industry Located at Franklin, Massachusetts Appears to be a small private company (limited information available in the Internet)

12 12 Enersyst Prototype JIM Oven Prototype JIM oven developed by Enersyst for the NASA space station Source: NASA

13 13 KRh Thermal Systems Major Products – KRh Thermal Systems JIM Ovens KRh Thermal Systems JIM Ovens – Hot Choice System Hot Choice System Company Profile – A limited liability company managed by Kaiser Aerospace and Electronics and ThermalTech Development Inc.Kaiser Aerospace and Electronics ThermalTech Development Inc. – Located at Irvine, California –

14 14 Kaiser Aerospace and Electronics A U.S. defense contractor About 1200 employees and $226 million annual sales A partner of KRh Thermal SystemsKRh Thermal Systems

15 15 ThermalTech Development Inc. A marketing and development company for KRh Thermal Systems KRh Thermal Systems Directed by a consortium of business leaders, including a number of executives from Fortune 500 companies Appears to be a very small company with just a few employees

16 16 KRh Thermal Systems JIM Ovens All stainless steel construction Rotating turntable Programmable temperatures to 450 F May be stacked to 3 high Venting hood usually not required Manufactured by KRhKRh Source: KRh Thermal Systems

17 17 Hot Choice System A food service system marketed by KRh Systems

18 18 Components of Hot Choice System Vending Machine Menu Strategy Partnership with Food Manufacturers Partnership with Food Manufacturers Packaging Source: KRh Thermal Systems

19 19 Exterior Components (Hot Choice Vending Machine) (A) Customer display (B) Bill acceptor (C) Coin changer/return (D) Selection buttons (E) Price display (F) Delivery port Source: KRh Thermal Systems

20 20 Interior Components (Hot Choice Vending Machine) (H) Control board (I) Inventory System (J) Freezer deliver door (K) Food transfer system (L) Power supply box (M) Condenser unit (N) KRh oven Source: KRh Thermal Systems

21 21 Food Transfer System (Hot Choice Vending Machine) 1. Food package moves from the inventory freezer (I) to the transfer system (K) 2. Food package is "de- sleeved" and transferred in a tray into the oven (N) 3. Food is transferred out of the oven, re-sleeved, and placed in the Food Delivery Port (G) Source: KRh Thermal Systems

22 22 KRh Oven (Hot Choice Vending Machine) Air impingement browns and crisps the outside of the food, while the microwave heats the inside Source: KRh Thermal Systems

23 23 Sample Cooking Times (Hot Choice Systems) ProductsMicrowaveHot Air Pan Pizza50 sec60 sec Chicken breast strips60 sec Soft pretzel20 sec Grilled bacon cheeseburger60 secon at 15 sec for 45 sec Raspberry-filled croissant70 secon at 10 sec for 50 sec Source: KRh Thermal Systems

24 24 Menu Strategy (Hot Choice Systems) Breakfast Lunch/Light Meals Snacks Selection Factors – High perceived value – Excellent quality – Board based consumer appeal

25 25 Breakfast Hot Choice Systems Egg and sausage sandwich Raspberry croissant Breakfast pocket and potato stix Source: KRh Thermal Systems

26 26 Lunch and Light Meals Hot Choice Systems Deluxe pan pizza Golden chicken strip Smoked turkey and chicken calzone Grilled bacon cheeseburger Grilled chicken sandwich Source: KRh Thermal Systems

27 27 Snacks Hot Choice Systems Crinkle cut fries Soft pretzel Source: KRh Thermal Systems

28 28 Packaging System Hot Choice Systems Package size: 6" x 4 7/8" x 1 ¼“ Product dimensions: 4 ½" x 3 ½" x 1" Case size: 15 ¼" x 12 ½" x 5 9/16" Case count: 24 items Sleeve: 24# paperboard with poly coating on the inside and outside Shelf-life: six month

29 29 Food Manufacturers of Hot Choice J. R. Simplot Company Michael Angelo's Cousins' Foods Buddy's Kitchens Brakebush Brothers – Http:// Http://

30 30 J. R. Simplot Company One of Hot Choice Systems’ food manufacturer partners Annual revenues are approximately $2.8 billion, derived principally from food processing, fertilizer manufacturing, agriculture, and related businesses. Major food products: potatoes, vegetables and fruits

31 31 Thermador Company Profile Thermador JIM Oven

32 32 Thermador JIM Oven Marketed as CJ Oven by ThermadorThermador Features – 30” wide – 700 watt built-in microwave – CookSmart™ automatically converts the time and temperature of recipes CJ Oven versus Normal Oven CJ Oven versus Normal Oven Source: Thermador

33 33 CJ Oven versus Normal Oven Food FavoritesCJ OvenNormal Oven 12 lbs. Unstuffed Whole Turkey1 hr. 30 mins.3 hrs. 30 mins 2 lbs. Homemade Meatloaf25 mins.1 hr 4-8 oz. Baked Potatoes15 mins.1 hr 1 doz. Cranberry-Orange Muffins6 mins.20-25 mins. 2 doz. Fresh-Baked Cookies2 1/2 mins. 8-10 mins. Source: Thermador

34 34 Fujimak Incorporated Company Profile – Kitchen cooking equipment manufacturer – Established in 1950 – Located in Toyo, Japan – 2 factories, about 1000 employees Fujimak JIM Oven

35 35 Marketed as “Super Jet Heating System” by FujimakFujimak Width 570 mm length 625 mm height 540 mm 6 KW power Fujimak JIM Oven Source: Fujimak

36 36 TurboChef Heating Mechanism Air is forced across a heating element by a powerful blower Heated air is then pushed into and pulled out of the oven cavity The push-pull combination forms a hot-air wrap around the food creating even browning and moisture retention Microwave energy is combined with the hot air to speed the cooking process

37 37 TurboChef Jenn-Air Accellis 5XP Assistant Jenn-Air Brand Manager Gareth Morgan shows off the new Jenn-Air Accellis 5XP wall oven. The oven, the first to feature Maytag's exclusive "rapid cook" technology, can cook a three-pound chicken in under 20 minutes. (AP)

38 38 TurboChef Intelligent Cooking Feature Employs proprietary hardware and software technologies to "cook-to-order" a variety of foods very rapidly Use a microprocessor to control the cooking processes to ensure consistent quality and also has the ability to communicate with users and service personnel over computer networks and the Internet

39 39 TurboChef Company Profile Design, develop, assemble and market high- speed commercial cooking systems for foodservice industry Strategic alliance with Maytag Located in Dallas, Texas 50 employees

40 40 TurboChef Financial Summary Nasd aq symbol: TRBO For the nine months ended 9/30/00, revenues increased 52% to $5.4 million.Net loss increased 1% to $7.4 million. Results reflect an increase in research and development revenues pursuant to the commercial license agreement with Maytag, offset by increased marketing expenses associated with the Company's new C-3 counter top

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