Catering equipment supplier Grande Cuisine will be exhibiting the the Mareno I-Chef system for the first time on UK soil at next year’s Hotelympia.
On stand 1440 at the show, to be held at London’s ExCel from 4-8 March, the I-Chef is a fully touch-controlled range, with no mechanical buttons or knobs.
The series comes with an exclusive system created by Mareno to control all its multiple functions: the Control Cooking System. The touchscreen’s bright display panel is said to be clearly legible under all lighting conditions.
Other launches on the Grande Cuisine stand will include the Adventys ‘No Limit’ induction unit. The multi-zone induction solution is designed to eliminate designated pan placement, as the entire surface becomes a cooking workspace.
By offering different temperatures, the ‘No Limit’ system is claimed to create wide-ranging and precise cooking options: a pan can be slid from one side to the other to increase or decrease its temperature; or different foods can be cooked at the same time, on the same surface.
A commercial multi-zone unit is suitable for chefs and cooks who require preparation capacity in the morning with larger pots, but later in the day want to carry out sauté and finishing work with smaller saucepans.
The appliance is designed to fry at high temperature, sous vide at a precise temperature over an extended period of time, or do both simultaneously.
New launches from other brands represented by Grande Cuisine are also expected, including products from Athanor and Capic.