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Banquetline from Victor

27 August 2008 by

Banquetline is a flexible range of microprocessor-controlled cabinets for holding and transporting hot and chilled foods in high-volume food service operations.

The robust gastronorm-compatible units will stack plated meals using plate covers, or hold them individually on the adjustable shelving.

The nine-strong range of heated cabinets include the Banquetline 50 Slim, the Banquetline 200 - which comprises two side-by-side cabinets - and a two-door combi-unit with a heated top and chilled bottom.

The range encompasses one-, two- and four-door models that can cater for between 48 and 228 plates, or between four and 32 gastronorm 1/1 x 150mm containers. Temperatures can be controlled between 65°C and 95°C; an integral water reservoir prevents food drying out; and a special module reduces hot spots.

The one-door Banquetline refrigerated cabinet, which uses an integral blown air cooling system, will hold up to 48 chilled plate meals, or 14 gastronorm 1/1 x 150mm deep containers.

Both hot and cold cabinets run off a 13amp plug.

To buy it, call 01274 722125
Victor Manufacturing

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