Induction cooking gets the tech treatment


Exclusive Ranges has confirmed its attendance at next month’s Hotelympia show, where it will unveil a new concept from Menu System that allows chefs to access detailed information on how their suite is performing through a PC link-up.

Menu Systems’ ‘NetComfort’ solution can tell a chef how often a particular cooking appliance is used, the rate of power consumption and whether the appliance is working with the correct temperatures.

The data is saved by the cooking suite and can be transmitted either automatically or on demand. NetComfort cooking suites also support remote diagnostics to minimise servicing costs by locating the cause of a problem and indicating which spare parts are necessary to ensure that a repair can be completed during the first service visit.

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Menu Systems claims NetComfort will help operators ensure their induction cooking suites maintain value, remain reliable and cost relatively little to run throughout their service life.

Additionally, Exclusive Ranges will be marketing Menu Systems’ range of tabletop 13 amp plug-in units at Hotelympia. Previously Menu System had only manufactured induction cooking suites and 3 phase induction appliances.

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