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Precision’s new upright cabinets get labelled

Precision claims some of the best energy ratings and running costs in the market for its new cabinets

precisions-latest-pt-601-upright-cabinetFollowing the introduction of energy labelling for professional refrigeration, Precision redesigned its cabinets to conform to the European EcoDesign Energy Labelling Standard.  The cabinets can now claim some of the best energy ratings and ultra low running costs on the market. For example, the MPT601 only uses 1.25kWh/24hr under EcoDesign test conditions, giving running costs of just £50.19 a year. (Based on energy price of £0.11/kW).


Seafield scores a birdie with Falcon

Falcon’s F900 range helps popular luxury hotel stay above par

the-seafield-hotelLocated in the idyllic countryside of County Wexford and overlooking the Irish Sea, the Seafield Golf & Spa Hotel is one of the best hotels in Ireland. Visitors can enjoy a choice of spa treatments, a round of golf or explore the beautiful countryside.

With a range of dining options available for guests, the hotel serves an average of 1,200 covers every week. During the summer it can reach a peak of 600 every Saturday. (More…)

Ultra-reliable, ultra-simple ice: the new Scotsman NW 608

Hubbard Systems says new icemaker is the hassle-free, competitively-priced ice solution

hubbard-systems-has-launched-the-scotsman-nw-608-here-seen-on-a-sb-393-storage-binThe new Scotsman NW 608 ice machine, distributed in the UK by Hubbard Systems, combines ultra-reliability with ultra-simple controls and a compact, industry-standard footprint.  According to Hubbard it delivers hassle-free, high volume ice production in a quality, stainless steel build at a very competitive price.

This latest Scotsman makes dice ice in either standard 12g cubes or half cubes, weighing 6g.  It can produce up to 280kg of ice per day, or over 23,300 standard cubes, making it ideal for high volume sites requiring a reliable supply.  A modular machine, it sits on top of a separate storage bin and is compatible with a variety of different bin designs.


Frima shows new factory to UK partner network

“Fantastic trip” for 15 UK catering equipment companies

graham-kille-of-frima-uk-second-left-accompanying-the-frima-business-partner-visit-to-the-new-factoryOn 13th and 14th October, 26 foodservice professionals representing 15 leading catering equipment distributors and kitchen design houses visited the new Frima factory extension, in Wittenheim, Alsace. The new factory has doubled the company’s production capacity and has been built to keep up with increasing demand for the multifunctional VarioCooking Center cooking technology.

Graham Kille is managing director of Frima UK.  “These trips give our partners the chance to get training on the VarioCooking Center and learn about our business and the partner programme,” he says.  “There is also the chance to network and find out about the opportunities and issues they face in designing modern commercial kitchens.  The trips are very popular and, as our dealer partner network grows, we will be arranging more of them.”


Winterhalter builds the case for carbon footprinting

Catering equipment supplier speaks at Carbon Trust’s ‘Standard Bearer’ Conference

paul-crowley-2016Winterhalter talked about its experiences with carbon footprinting at a workshop held by The Carbon Trust as part of its recent Standard Bearers’ Conference, held on 12 October 2016 at 30 Euston Square, London.  The Conference attracted big names including Lego, McDonald’s and GlaxoSmithKline.

“Many of the delegates were looking at the science behind our carbon footprinting,” says Winterhalter marketing manager Paul Crowley, who made the workshop presentation jointly with Dominic Burbridge of The Carbon Trust.  “The Trust required a huge range of elements to be factored in before they could create a carbon footprint for each Winterhalter warewasher model – most of the questions from the floor focused on how those elements came together to create the footprint figure.”  (More…)