Induced Energy prioritises collaboration for innovative products

Induced Energy Quadrochef and Mini Suite crop
Induced Energy’s Quadrochef (foreground) and Mini Suite (background).

Brackley-based induction hob specialist, Induced Energy, has unveiled two major new products which involve collaboration with fellow manufacturers.

The first is Quadrochef, which combines induction with a Unox oven. Induced Energy supplied a four zone induction hob for the top of the mobile unit, which is then situated above a Unox Rossella convection oven.

Induced Energy described the appliance as a “uniquely versatile piece of kitchen equipment” that “fills a large void in the market”.

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The Quadrochef has been field tested at the Bloomsbury Hotel, London, for the past 6 months, where head chef Paul O’Brien and pastry chef Mariatu Kargbo have reportedly praised it for its “rapid response”, “perfect results” and “ease of cleaning”.

The hob has a total three phase power rating of 13.5kW and requires a 415V electrical supply.

Priced at under £10,000, the unit comes with a 2 year parts and labour warranty and has the additional option of insulated side panels.

Induced Energy’s other recent collaboration is the Mini Suite cooking station. Fabricator, Stellex Manufacturing, provided the main carcass of the stainless steel unit, which incorporates a single zone induction hob.

There is also a recessed well for a Clifton Food Range water bath at the front of the appliance. Space above the main surface can be used for a grill or salamander.

Furthermore, the Mini Suite is equipped with two drawers for utensil storage, as well as a drawer for disposing of waste products.

Both new appliances were revealed at the recent Great Hospitality Show in the Birmingham NEC exhibition centre.

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