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Energy efficient induction units hit the market

By Rachel Johnson , 04-Oct-2010

Related topics: New Products, Equipment

Garland has launched a new range of induction units which it claims can save up of 80 per cent of energy costs

The Garland range of induction units deliver concentrated magnetic energy to generate heat

The Garland range of induction units deliver concentrated magnetic energy to generate heat

Garland has launched a new range of induction units which it claims can save up of 80 per cent of energy costs.

A unique feature on the higher range models is the "Real Time Temperature Control System", which allows the user to cook recurring food items exactly the same way every time, using patented technology which controls the temperature to increments of 1ºc.

 

According to Manitowoc Food, which owns Garland, the new units create very little heat around the cooking process, making it ideal for front of house cooking where ventilation may not be available, or for smaller kitchens where reducing heat is paramount.

 

The induction units deliver concentrated magnetic energy to generate heat, which generates heat to what ever is being cooked, whether that is meat, fish or roasted vegetables.  This instant heat on demand means that the heat is directed directly on to the product and once removed is then stopped.

 

www.manitowocfsuk.com

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