Polyscience started in 1963 as a Startup. As many companies began as a small but still thinking big. They have been pioneers in innovation with the first zero-switching circulators, cooling systems for a DNA amplification and an award-winning line of culinary products. More than one million control solutions have been sold of temperature under your brand or for large manufacturers and distributors. Their dedication to clients has turned them into a
global company that covers six continents and most major cities.
All its products (Refrigerated Circulators, Heated Circulators, Chillers, Recirculating Coolers, Water Baths, and Custom Equipment) are developed by a team of engineers trained in U.S.A with rigid standards and ISO 9001 quality requirements.
The Control Freak induction cooking system is known as one of the first in measuring and adjusting cooking temperatures of 397 with precision between 86 and 482 F. It has an exclusive system to detect in real time and in turn has a glass sensor to measure the temperature of the surface. You can try the Remote Control to control the temperature of the liquids. It has an intensity function to have control over the heating speed.
- Directly sensing the temperature of the ingredients, Probe Control can hold temperature stability of ingredients to within 1.8 Degree
- The Control Degree Freak's patented twin fan cooling system keeps you cooking all night, even at searing temperatures in the hottest kitchen.
- Can be used with any induction compatible pot or pan
Professional delivery is available for every product we sell. We would be happy to coordinate delivery for you.
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