Charvet has evolved its Pro 800 series of heavy-duty cooking ranges.
New for 2021 are six burner ranges with a choice of large oven, open base or bridge unit, 660mm x 580mm smooth griddles and smooth and chrome planchas in gas and electric.
Charvet has also launched Pro 800 110 litre gas or electric boiling pans in direct heated and water jacketed versions. Plus there is also a new Pro 800 Multizone induction – replicating the traditional solid top – launching with a GN2/1 oven under.
Ian Clow, Charvet UK sales director, said: “Charvet has taken into account advances in technology along with customer demand to make some exciting additions to the Pro 800 series.
“I can categorically state that nothing has changed to Charvet’s heavy duty status; we have just got more versatile and especially agile with the benefit of age and experience.”
He continued: “The Pro 800 is evolving to changing surroundings and new style menus. While there is pressure from smaller kitchen footprints, there is also demand for even more productivity.
“Kitchens are increasingly ‘on show’ to the public and Charvet’s Premium Finish – a palette of ready-made colours – means chefs can economically and tastefully colour their range to suit the decor or logo.”
Noting that one-piece tops are also increasingly requested, for hygiene and good looks, Clow revealed: “Charvet also has added a ‘Vibro’ polished finish to the tops, which ensures the range carries its good looks into old age.
“If our traditional 900-deep ranges really are too big for the smaller kitchen, Charvet has the answer in the form of the Pro 700 series – saving 200mm depth.
“The ‘pocket rocket’ Pro 700 is tailored for smaller kitchens and even poolside catering. It is discreet and good looking enough for public display, with its choice of colours and finishes, but it is Charvet heavy duty build with a huge choice of powerful cooking options.”
Clow concluded: “The key to getting the right mix of cooking elements on top of the range is to have a complete choice of full and half-size gas, electric and induction modules – and Charvet has the lot. Charvet has evolved and heavy-duty is still the name of our game.”