Welbilt’s Merrychef eikon e2s high speed oven has received one of the Green Good Design Awards.
The prestigious awards, founded in 1950 by The Chicago Athenaeum: Museum of Architecture and Design has this year joined forces with The European Centre for Architecture Art Design and Urban Studies to present the new Green Good Design Awards.
This new edition aims to bestow international recognition to companies, organisations, governments, institutions and individuals who demonstrate an inspired and exceptional level of progress towards a more sustainable and ‘green’ way of working.
Out of hundreds of submissions only a handful are approved to use the Green Good Design logo and Welbilt says it is delighted that the Merrychef eikon e2s was one of those to hit the high standards required.
Merrychef eikon e2s models boast high-speed cooking up to 20 times faster than a conventional oven. In addition to the quick cooking functions, the Merrychef eikon e2s is claimed to be the best in class in terms of performance in measureable green features, including standby energy, noise levels and easiness to clean.
Graham Veal, Welbilt’s vice president marketing EMEA commented: “It is important that Merrychef products are recognised for the cutting edge design and dedication to sustainability that forms a key part of our research, development and manufacturing process.
“Most importantly however, is that our products are designed with simplicity at their heart; simple to install, simple to use and simple to clean and maintain. We are honoured to have now received recognition from The Chicago Athenaeum: Museum of Architecture and Design and The European Centre for Architecture Art Design and Urban Studies with this new award.”