Precision is the newest name in robust, dependable, UK manufactured refrigeration, for commercial catering environments.
From back bar, right through to upright gastronorm cabinets and prep counters, Precision products are manufactured in stainless steel inside and out – delivering the quality and reliability that you expect from a market leader – but at significantly better prices.
Japanese restaurant uses Precision’s individual refrigerated drawers for “optimum freshness”
Engawa is one of Japan’s top restaurant groups and has recently opened its first UK site in Ham Court, Piccadilly. Specialising in the delicacy of Kobe beef and offering seasonal set menus, as well as a stunning selection of fresh sushi and sashimi, Engawa in London is a compact, intimate site with just 29 covers and an open, galley kitchen. It also supplies room service for the Ham Court Hotel opposite.
Precision says its HSS 340 prep counter packs a punch. It’s built to the USA standard of 48” (1220mm) wide but, despite its compact size, it’s a real heavyweight when it comes to performance and construction. With pressure on kitchen space getting ever tighter, the company says the two-door HSS340 offers the perfect space-saving solution.
Innovative designs keep ingredients safe, whatever the temperature
Franco Manca’s sourdough pizzas are regularly voted the best in Britain and the group recently won best run chain with under twenty outlets in the UK. So what’s the secret? Nabil Mankarious, managing director, says it’s a combination of factors – including attention to detail, great quality food at great value, and close relationships with suppliers.
“My business partner David Page and I have been in catering since 1987,” he says. “We stick with suppliers who give us quality, consistency and reliability and who are prepared to go out of their way when we need them to.”
Superefficient upright cabinets will be on show
Stand 3550, Hotelympia, Excel London 29th Feb – 3rd Mar 2016
Refrigeration manufacturer Precision will be showing the latest versions of its products at Hotelympia 2016. These make significant increases in energy efficiency, in advance of the new EU directives coming into force. The improvements are so significant that the company is describing these new products as “superefficient”.
Latest Hollywood chef movie features Bradley Cooper and Precision Refrigeration
Hollywood came calling on British refrigeration manufacturer Precision last year, to help out a big film production that’s due on screens in October. Bradley Cooper stars as chef Adam Jones in ‘Burnt,’ much of which is based in Michelin-star kitchens, that needed to look as cool and sexy as the stars cooking in them – so naturally the film’s producers asked for Precision fridges.
“We supplied counters, uprights and even a blast chiller,” says Precision managing director Nick Williams. “Judging by the trailer, I’m pleased to say several of them made it past the cutting room floor!”
Precision shows Eco A*-rated upright cabinets
Stand N12/P13, Hall 2, Host 2015, October 23-27, Fieramilano, Italy
British refrigeration manufacturer Precision launches a variety of new models at Host in Milan, pushing the boundaries of energy efficiency with what the company describes as ‘superefficient’ upright cabinets. Reflecting the company’s rapidly increasing export sales, also on show are units designed specifically for overseas markets – such as the bright red ‘tropicalized’ bottle coolers, designed to operate in high ambient temperatures.
British manufacturer applauds ‘one stop BIM shop’
British refrigeration manufacturer Precision has joined the CESABIM database. Dealers, designers and consultants will find all the company’s products listed there, ready for download in IFC format and fully compatible with all major BIM software packages.
“We recently completed a significant upgrade on our products and wanted to ensure the CESABIM database had all the very latest information,” says Nick Williams, managing director of Precision. “We are very supportive of the CESABIM initiative – having a ‘one stop BIM shop’ for catering equipment has to be helpful for designers and specifiers.”
Precision says new 600x400mm range combines best value quality with ultra-low energy consumption
British manufacturer Precision has launched a new range of bakery cabinets that’s designed to offer the best-value quality refrigeration on the market and deliver ultra-low running costs. Built around the 600 x 400mm patisserie tray format, the new range features stainless steel construction throughout and the latest energy-saving technologies.
Compact, flexible, efficient storage solution
Precision’s individual, refrigerated self-contained drawer provides a compact and flexible storage solution that’s especially useful in kitchens with limited space. Now the company has upgraded the model, with new design features and a new model number – VUBC121 – to better reflect its categorisation as an under-broiler counter.
Precision claims its self-contained drawer delivers the best value on the market, while its variable temperature controls allow adjustment from -22°C to +4°C, so it provides a truly flexible storage solution.