Convotherm-compatible blast chillers from Enodis

25 July 2007
Convotherm-compatible blast chillers from Enodis

Ten new HACCP-compliant blast chillers that integrate with Convotherm combi-oven trolleys - along with a top-performance blast chiller with a small 600mm footprint (the T5) - have been launched by Delfield Sadia, part of the Enodis group.

The T5 blast chiller, which will fit under a Convotherm combi, has a capacity of 7kg for chilling and 5kg for freezing and will also operate as a shock freezer and a normal fridge. The unit, which comes with HACCP memory and a reversible door, will store food for five days chilled or nine months frozen.

The 10-strong ConvoChill range, which offers chilling capacities ranging from 7kg to 200kg, will also perform three functions. The units will soft-chill delicate foods to 3°C, hard-chill larger, denser foodstuffs, and shock-freeze to -18°C.

The ConvoChill range incorporates an electronic control panel that includes a cycle control with a core probe, temperature and time display, status display and integrated on-board printer. The preset programming can run to 99 different programmes and includes a hot gas defrost system. A HACCP record-keeping memory and an ultraviolet lamp sterilising cycle are also standard.

To buy it, call 0845 370 4888Enodis UK

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