Maidaid Halcyon has launched the UT Range, its latest line of utensil and pot-washers built for the catering market.
Available from August 2019, Maidaid Halcyon has developed this new portfolio of products with efficiency, reliability and wash results in mind. The equipment should be suited to all catering applications and sectors.
Maidaid Halcyon is committed to continuous research, development and product innovation, which it feels is mirrored in the features and benefits of the UT Range, including being built for ease of use.
Sales director Julian Lambert detailed: “The UT Range comes with a polychromatic LCD display and user interface, giving an uncomplicated machine status with a four-button control.
“This display offers so much to the user, with the entire screen changing colour according to the machine status, whether that’s heating, cycle, ready or alarm mode, making it so much easier to understand.”
The model is designed to be easy to maintain, with a composite quick-release wash and rinse combination arm, which is available on the UT61e and UT61 models and allows for good hygiene levels and extended product lifecycle.
Energy savings are a key part of the new UT Range, according to Lambert: “A factory-fitted heat recovery module is available on all of our models to enable 30% power savings when rinse water is being heated. In addition, this heat recovery module will greatly improve the environmental impact and will almost completely eliminate the steam released upon the door being opened, which will drastically improve the working environment.
“A patented dual flow wash pump is also fitted to reduce power consumption whilst retaining wash efficiency, which can result in energy savings of up to 20%.”
A full range of accessories are available and are designed to hold and present equipment such as mixer bowls, chopping boards, baking trays, gastronorm GN 1/1, utensils and food processing items at an angle for best results.