Electrolux Professional has launched the TrinityPro range of tabletop food preparation appliances.
Composed of a vegetable slicer, cutter mixer, and an all-in-one combined cutter-slicer, the TrinityPro offering has been designed to provide optimum results across a range of applications. Capable of slicing, grating, dicing, shredding, chopping, mixing, and emulsifying, it delivers this within a small customisable footprint that can be tailored to suit the requirements of any kitchen.
Usability has been extensively considered for the TrinityPro appliances, with dishwasher-safe components and an intuitive control panel for operation. It has also been awarded ErgoCert 4-star certification for ergonomic design and ease of use, meaning there should be less fatigue when slicing hard vegetables thanks to a patented vertical lever pusher.
Bradley Creese, training and development chef at Electrolux Professional commented: “We know that in any catering operation, whether it’s a school, the care sector, or a busy restaurant, space is something that is always at a premium. Kitchens are tight and it is vital that chefs have equipment that allows them to work efficiently.
“This underpins the design of the TrinityPro line, which provides caterers with a range of application. The fact that it is so compact, straightforward to use, and easy to clean makes it ideal for busy operations that require high-quality food preparation in a short period of time.”
Acting as a one-stop-shop for tabletop food preparation, the TrinityPro range contains a number of features that are specifically designed to make an operator’s life easier. For example, the variously sized transparent mixing bowls should provide visibility to the user, and the plastic it is made from shouldn’t get too hot, unlike with metallic bowls. The patented lever pusher is designed to offer consistent uniform cutting results, because it always presses down vertically, even when the hopper is filled.
TrinityPro is backed up by Electrolux Professional’s customer care offering, Essentia. It is aimed at ensuring that customers have access to all of the servicing and maintenance they may require, to keep their equipment running and minimise any potential downtime.
Bradley concluded: “The launch of our TrinityPro range is an example of a foodservice product that fulfils a number of different roles at once. Crucially, it does them all to a high standard and in a way that eases cooking processes, rather than complicating them.
“Everyone will find something to suit their needs on TrinityPro – whether that’s the fact that it dices as well as cuts, or because it is easy to clean and store after use. It is an ideal addition to any busy catering operation, and highlights the importance of customer-centric design.”