Pantheon switches on toaster improvements

Pantheon has added an on/off switch to its CT1 Conveyor Toaster.

Pantheon has updated its CT1 Conveyor Toaster with an on/off switch, which it believes is an unusual feature on these type of units.

The appliance is said to be able to cope with high demand and can either be configured for customers to use in a breakfast buffet by using the feed ramp option or, alternatively, it can be switched to a manual setting for staff use.

It is designed to process between 300 and 350 slices of bread per hour, with other bread-based products dependent on size and texture. Pantheon says the CT1 Toaster is built with high quality components which contribute to a long usable life with minimal maintenance.

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It also features: single or double sided toasting option, variable speed belt control, durable metal elements, four-position rotary switch, automatic or manual feed options, a removable crumb tray for easy cleaning and non-slip rubber feet.

The CT1 Conveyor Toaster measures 370w x 420d x 430h (mm), weighs 20kg and has a power rating of 230V.

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  1. Nikola Tesla said:

    A switch that turns it on and off? What a time to be alive! I never thought i’d see the day

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