FEM toasts new Vollrath conveyor

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Vollrath’s new high speed conveyor toaster features a standby mode, designed to reduce power consumption by up to 75% when not in use.

Foodservice Equipment Marketing (FEM) has introduced new high speed conveyor toasters from Vollrath.

The new models are capable of toasting large quantities of bread in a fast and consistent manner, making them suitable for breakfast services in hotels or other situations.

The models available are the JT2 and JT3, which should be able to handle two or three slices simultaneously with a maximum output of up to 540 and 700 slices an hour respectively.

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Each unit incorporates what are said to be energy efficient, fast acting quartz heaters and forced convection with a variable speed control to give the required level of toasting. Both top and bottom sides can be set independently for greater control over results.

They also feature a standby mode that is claimed to reduce power consumption by up to 75% when not in use, but which should allow the toaster to get back up to operational temperature quickly.

The three slice units are recommended for high volume applications, while the two slice units are suitable for both low volume and self-serve applications. Both are constructed with what is said to be hard wearing, easy to maintain stainless steel, allowing them to keep pace with the busiest working environments.

Mark Hogan, commercial director of FEM said: “These toasters are simple to use but their configurability makes them a powerful addition to a range of foodservice styles and businesses.”

Each unit is 603mm deep and 356mm high, while the two slice is 359mm wide and the three slice is 458mm.

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