The Next Generation: Cookshack’s IQ3 Controller with Meat Probe Gives Chefs More Control over Product

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Cookshack, Inc. announces the release of the IQ3 Controller to the commercial cooking industry. With the addition of an electronically-controlled temperature probe to Cookshack smokers’ time and temperature control system, chefs will be able to set the smoker for the desired internal product temperature, the cook and hold temperatures, and let the smoker take care of the rest.

Cookshack, Inc., manufacturer of high-quality commercial smoker ovens, has added an optional electronically-controlled temperature probe to their IQ controller, allowing chefs more precise cooking than ever before.

The probe will allow the user to set the desired internal product temperature, and the cook and hold temperatures. When the meat reaches the pre-programmed desired internal temperature the smoker automatically goes into a holding cycle, keeping the meat at optimal temperature.

The controller comes standard on new Cookshack smokers, and can be retrofit to older models.

For more information about the IQ3 controller or for images, please contact Cayley Armstrong or visit our website’s press section at http://www.cookshack.com. The IQ3 is scheduled for immediate release.

About Cookshack, Inc:

Cookshack manufactures smoker ovens for commercial, home, and competition use under the brand names of Cookshack and Fast Eddy’s by Cookshack. Cookshack has an industry-wide reputation for its high quality products and exceptional customer service. The company has been in business for over 40 years and ships its products worldwide. Cookshack is privately held and is located in Oklahoma. Commercial equipment is NSF approved and UL listed; most stainless steel models are USDA approved. Residential equipment is UL listed.

Contact:

Cayley Armstrong, Marketing Coordinator

Cookshack, Inc

580-765-3669

http://www.cookshack.com

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