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Tramshed’s Cock & Bull Refrigeration

26 June 2012

Dynamic new restaurant uses Precision to store exclusive ingredients such as ‘mighty marble’ steaks Executive chef Kevin Gratton describes Tramshed, Mark Hix’s new site in Shoreditch, as a ‘sharey’ sort of a place.  The menu has limited options, with three starters and three sweets that change daily and, that customers usually share.  The main courses are all about steak and chicken – as underlined by Damien Hirst’s ‘Cock and Bull’ sculpture, a Hereford cow and a cockerel, preserved in a...

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Precision blast chiller brings calm to Norfolk pop-up restaurants

25 November 2011

Owsley-Brown Food Company finds ‘really useful’ refrigeration technology Running an outside catering company from a smallholding in Norfolk may be many people’s idea of a perfect job.  However, in high season the Owsley-Brown Food Company, West Bilney, near Kings Lynn, might be catering for 250 people every other day, with a mix of weddings, anniversary parties, pop-up restaurants, corporate events and shoots.  It’s a small team, so life can get hectic.  They’ve recently invested in a Precision blast chiller –...

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British-built, green blast chiller slashes energy consumption

27 October 2011

Blast chill 35kg from a 13 Amp socket Precision’s latest blast chiller is so energy efficient the British manufacturer is offering it in green.  It uses microprocessor-controlled, variable speed fans to ensure that blast chilling or freezing is fast, efficient and consistent throughout the cabinet – so much so that it can chill or freeze up to 35kg of food, within government guidelines, using only a standard 13 Amp supply. 

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