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The company subsequently became part of the Gruppo Ali SpA, number one in Europe and one of the sector leaders worldwide.  Numerous collaborations with major chefs, which continue to the present day, enable the company to constantly improve its products.

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Lainox®

La Storia Lainox®

2013

Naboo, the revolution

Lainox has transformed itself from a manufacturing company into an "Application Company". Naboo, a new generation of combination ovens which unites technology and know-how, is constantly connected to the Internet via Wi-Fi and the Lainox Cloud: an encyclopedia collecting chefs' recipes from around the world.

2011

Heart Green, no wasted energy

In 2011 Lainox focused its attentions on the environment and energy efficiency, introducing green technology on the market in the form of:
Ecospeed Dynamic
Ecovapor
GFT
Heart Green allows only the energy necessary to cook foods to be used, without any waste.

2006

Heart and the Touch Screen/ICS

For the first time in history, Lainox added a touchscreen to its ovens to make them even easier to use, as well as launching ICS technology on the market: Interactive Cooking System, technology capable of mixing the advantages of completely automatic cooking with every chef's desire for personalization.

2001

the Cube Automatic control with scroller and autoclima

Launch of The Cube, the third generation combi oven. With Scroller© control and the Autoclima© system, the first oven to feature user-friendly technology that is easy to learn and use. Completes the “Lainox Cooking System”.

1991

Cucinatore automatic with new autoclima

Launch of the "Cucinatore", the second generation combi oven, complete with numerous automatic functions, including the innovative automatic humidity control system AUTOCLIMA. Ahead of its time, this was a universal machine that allowed a product requiring different cycles and stages to be cooked simultaneously. 1991 also saw the launch of the “Lainox Cooking System”, a range of equipment designed to complement the combi steamer to provide a complete answer for all food preparation, cooking, conservation and reheating requirements.

1983

Gas and Electrical Programmable

Production of the first generation combi oven offering both convection and steam cooking. This was a compact model with outstanding performance, able to run on both gas and electricity, with programmable digital controls which became the industry benchmark worldwide.

1981

A perfect convection

The launch of the first fan-assisted hot air oven characterised by perfect distribution of the air inside the oven.

Why

Lainox®?

Always Excellence in the kitchen

Research, innovation and training: these are the main “ingredients” of the Lainox philosophy. A consistent choice that has enabled the company to give maximum attention to satisfying the expectations of the customer, even to the point of anticipating his needs.
The corporate mission, "Excellence in the kitchen", summarises the company’s drive for improvement and the courage to take on the most difficult challenges of the market.

But from now on it is mainly Device for Cooking.

Lainox from today, such as "Application Company", can effectively guarantee that its products are not only operational tools for cooking or food storing, but they are real devices for preparing food. The culinary essence by Lainox is introduced in the 2.0 era through the new technologies, and the new pay-off gives the brand a strong digital identity, giving a broad idea of ​​its business and witnessing the approach of research and development and international character Lainox has won over the years.

THE VALUES LEADING US

Why Lainox?

Contacts

LAINOX® ALI S.p.a.

Via Schiaparelli 15
Z.I. San Giacomo di Veglia
31029 Vittorio Veneto (TV) · Italy

(tel) +39 0438 911 0
(fax) +39 0438 912 300

 

lainox@lainox.it

Find Us

Aereo

From the Marco Polo Airport in Venezia, take the shuttle bus headed to Stazione Ferroviaria Conegliano Veneto/Vittorio Veneto and get off at the Stazione Ferroviaria Mestre/Venezia stop.

For more information contact LAINOX staff (tel.+39-0438 9110). We will be pleased to help you in any way.

Auto

Highway A4 from Milan: after the Tangenziale di Mestre (VE) turn right onto A27 and continue on toward Belluno. Exit recommended: Vittorio Veneto SUD
For more information contact LAINOX staff (tel.+39-0438 9110). We will be pleased to help you in any way.

Auto

Highway A4 from Trieste: before the Tangenziale di Mestre (VE) turn right onto A27 and continue on toward Belluno. Exit recommended: Vittorio Veneto SUD

Treno

Closest railway station: Vittorio Veneto (TV) or Conegliano Veneto (TV).

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