Hoshizaki has added to its design-led, commercial refrigeration solutions, having expanded its speciality sushi case portfolio with new LED models.
By offering LED lights as a feature with its sushi cases, Hoshizaki will be providing both the caterer and customer with a clear and illuminated view of the contents within the glass-fronted case, but they are also designed to operate in an energy efficient way.
Hoshizaki UK’s director, UK and Ireland, Simon Frost, explained: “Our new LED-light sushi cases are a perfect example of how Danish design principles and Japanese engineering techniques can come together to create innovative and sustainable catering solutions.
“Now, caterers can proudly showcase their sushi creations in an illuminated, clear, and cost-effective way.”
The new LED models are specifically configured to preserve the freshness of even the most delicate fish types. This is achieved by a cooling system which is designed to maintain the most natural level of humidity and food-safe temperatures, even during peak serving times with frequent door openings. These temperature readings are clearly shown on the inside of the refrigerator by thermometer.
For further temperature control, operators can flip the inside tray (up for delicate types of fish, down for fish-types with lower storage requirements) to set the most suitable inside temperature for different types of fish, meaning they should not dry-out, lose flavour or shrink in size.
Hoshizaki refrigerated sushi cases are available in a sustainable HNC HC model, in a range of sizes with either left or right-handed openings.