Halton moves into 'plug and play' cooking market

Halton believes partnering with Welbilt will help it expand its Mobi-Chef solution.

Halton is gunning for the ‘plug and play’ cooking market after officially launching its new MobiChef solution in the UK.

The system is a highly efficient and totally autonomous mobile cooking station that utilises all of Halton’s experience and knowledge in the field of ventilation and emission control.

Free from any ventilation ductwork, the MobiChef is designed to bring the show into traditional dining areas.

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Halton insists it is an ideal solution for restaurants and hotels that wish to capitalise on the increased value and growing market of visual food theatre.

The MobiChef can be used with all electric cooking appliances, from light table top equipment to traditional 700mm and 900mm depth modular equipment. Fryers, grills and woks are easily managed by the system, which utilises a combination of Halton technologies, including Capture Jet and KSA cyclone filters, along with a touchscreen control panel.

The Capture Jet technology creates an air curtain which contains fumes, smoke and heat within the cooking area while at the same time protecting the glass front from grease.

The smoke and odour is steered toward the integrated recycling unit holding the KSA cyclonic filters, removing odours and grease. Fan speeds are controlled by Halton’s touchscreen control panel and enable ease of use for maximum efficiency.

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