Lincat turns up bratt pan volume

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The PHGBP80 is one of two new high capacity Lincat bratt pans.

Lincat has introduced two new high capacity bratt pans to its portfolio.

The new additions include two 81-litre models, one gas and one electric, which will be added to Lincat’s Phoenix range.

The electric bratt pan, PHEBP80, delivers 10kW of power via incoloy alloy elements. The gas model, PHGBP80, delivers 20kW of power from stainless steel tube burners, and convenient pilot ignition.

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Helen Applewhite, marketing manager for Lincat brands, said: “The Phoenix bratt pans are perfect for public sector applications such as schools, colleges, hospitals and MOD, as well as centralised production units, and hotels.

“When used in conjunction with Lincat combi ovens, the PHEBP80 and PHGBP80 can provide solutions to a wide range of bulk and batch cooking needs, for a full bulk cooking solution from a single supplier.”

Designed to solve cooking needs even at high temperatures, the tilting bratt pans are aimed at meeting the daily needs of high demand kitchens. The temperature range of 45°C to 295°C offers flexibility for a variety of dishes, from slow braising to shallow frying. The AISI 304 grade stainless steel pan should ensure uniform heat distribution.

With a robust 12mm thick base, the pan is built to withstand the rigours of a busy kitchen. Both models also feature manual operated tilting, controlled by the front-mounted handle, for a smooth tilting action, and a large pouring spout to prevent spillages.

As with other products in the Phoenix range, the PHEBP80 and PHGBP80 are designed to offer users power and performance, at a cost-effective price point, and are supplied with a comprehensive 2-year parts and labour warranty.

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