The Middleby Corporation brings Q90 modular range to the UK

By Emma Eversham

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The Q90 modular range combines Southern European style with Northern European engineering
The Q90 modular range combines Southern European style with Northern European engineering
Foodservice equipment provider The Middleby Corporation is intent on bringing 'European style' to the UK with the launch of the Q90, a 70-piece modular range of 900mm deep commercial catering equipment. 

Product details:

The Q90 modular range comprises up to 70 pieces of equipment, including oven ranges, boiling tops, fryers, griddles, pasta cookers, boiling kettles, bratt pans and ambient units which are available in gas, electric or dual fuel. Each unit is wider than typical UK manufactured equipment with standard widths of 400mm, 800mm and 1200mm and have curved, hydro-formed door panels with a smooth finish and sleek handles. Conceived and developed in Italy, the range has been manufactured here in the UK at Lincat's production facilities, so it does not have far to travel. While the range is large, customers are able to pick and choose for their requirements. Individual pieces can be suited together with modular kick strips, connection strips and cover panels. 


“Q90 is a first for the European catering equipment sector”, said Richard Fordham, Q90’s international brand manager. “Never before has Southern European style been successfully blended with Northern European engineering rigour and manufacturing precision. The result is a genuinely new and different offer for high output, professional caterers everywhere.”


Will vary depending on units ordered. Visit​ for details. 


Contact Richard Fordham, international brand manager on​ or call 01522 875500.

Why you should buy it: 

If you're looking for equipment with a bit of style and greater output this could be up your street. Fordham says the range has also been designed to be easy to maintain as access to serviceable parts, where possible, is through the front of individual units. 

"Manufactured here in the UK, both products and parts are also readily available and don’t have far to travel, which is ideal for establishments concerned with corporate social responsibility and striving for a low carbon footprint," he adds. 

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