Exclusive Ranges introduces induction technology in a class of its own

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Menu System’s new Celsius Class technology is available through Exclusive Ranges.

Exclusive Ranges has brought the latest induction technology innovation from Menu System to the UK.

Celsius Class, the newest innovation from the Swiss cooking range manufacturer, offers precision cooking and energy management.

Installed in every Menu System induction suite, Celsius Class offers a number of features that are said to improve the equipment’s ease of use, efficiency and cooking results.

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With three independent modes and turn and push operation, the new system provides control over the cooking process. The power mode offers speed and efficiency with the potential to reach boiling temperatures quickly, meaning that equipment does not need to be left on for long periods.

While the temperature control function allows chefs to set and hold food at the right temperature, to the exact degree; using Hall-effect sensors, chefs can monitor the temperature of the food as well as the induction, to achieve consistent results.

The multi-mode controller is designed to resist wear and tear to maximise the equipment’s service life.

Said to represent the latest in energy management, Blueline induction allows operators to track energy usage in real-time via a connection to energy optimisation system, DIN 18875. Detecting temperature changes to one tenth of a degree, the monitoring could help operators to optimise efficiency, avoid power surges and reduce energy costs.

Blueline is also compliant with EN/IEC international standards and featuring the Swiss S+ safety mark.

Furthermore, designed to increase operational life and ease of service, star induction bases should optimise induction performance, meeting the capacity demands of a professional kitchen at high ambient temperatures.

With quick-fix inserts, if something does go wrong, the equipment can be quickly repaired.

Trevor Burke, MD and founder of Exclusive Ranges, commented: “The Celsius Class technology addresses the main challenges chefs have in the kitchen, speed, precision and efficiency, all the while improving occupational health and safety.

“Precision cooking enables chefs to showcase the best their ingredients have to offer and maintain quality across every service. Whether simmering a sauce or searing a steak, the new temperature holding technology means that the same perfectly prepared dish is produced every time, at any point during service, no matter which team member is preparing it.

“With more and more operators focused on energy efficiency and sustainability in the kitchen, Celsius Class features also supports operators to optimise energy usage and identify areas of wastage. Furthermore, with high quality components and simple maintenance, operators can expect the same high performance from their Menu System range across its entire lifespan of more than 25 years.”

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