The second generation of the Synergy Grill is now available for dealers to specify with immediate effect, its parent company Active Food Systems has announced.
The Synergy Mk2 has been extensively tested at the firm’s Cambridgeshire base, where it has worked hard to achieve the optimal combustion mix to vaporise oils back through the original foods to give them a unique flavour and deliver enhanced heat distribution.
Chairman Justin Cadbury feels there are differences [with the original version] which are mainly centred on the robustness and reliability of the product.
“Many of these cannot be seen because they are internal changes to the electronics and bespoke variations on the ceramics. The key factor for the Synergy grill, however, remains that we bring to the market a unique bit of technology which allows restaurateurs to produce a better food product at a lower cost price,” he explained.
Cadbury said much of the company’s latest development work has been focused on operational reliability and heat uniformity. “We can now also set up the Synergy grill set to operate at different temperatures so as to optimise the different menu profiles for individual restaurants,” he said.
Mk2 has been put through its paces by a broad spectrum of clients ahead of its formal launch, allowing Synergy to track its performance in a live environment.
Cadbury promised dealers that the product delivers the “value for money and speed of service” that the market is demanding.
The Synergy Mk2 is available in three sizes: 630, 900 and 1300.