Microwave wholesaler Regale is packaging its Microsave CPS3A microwave cavity liner for free with the first 300 Panasonic NE1878 microwave ovens it sells.
The latest Panasonic model features new ‘inverter technology’, meaning that the microwave no longer needs heavy transformers, making it 12kg lighter. The inverter also means that should give a faster and smoother cook pattern without cold spots.
Said to actually be the lightest high powered microwave oven at 20kg, the power consumption has been measured at 6% less than normally required, which could save sites hundreds of pounds a year on energy costs.
Patrick Bray, MD of Regale Microwaves said: “We were very excited when we learnt that that this fabulous innovation was about to happen so we immediately designed a brand new Cavity Liner (the Microsave CPS3A) and invested in a new tool so that we could launch both the microwave and the new Cavity Liner at the same time.
“In order to add to the launch we decided to unbox our first 300 NE1878 microwave ovens, put the new CPS3A Cavity Liner inside the cavity free of charge (worth £69.00), reseal the box ready for despatch.”
Another main feature of the Panasonic NE1878 is the stainless steel outer door and metal inner door which is claimed to cut down 99% of door faults which are not covered by any manufacturer’s warranty. The unit is designed to be suitable for front of house as well as busy kitchens.
Bray added: “We are confident that this will revolutionise the future of microwave ovens and are proud that Panasonic has recognised our Cavity Liner system, having already launched the Microsave CPS2A not only in Europe, and will be doing so too at the NAFEM tradeshow in Florida, USA in February 2019.”