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Moffat counts on new hot-tops

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A drop-in hot-top from Moffat.

Moffat has launched new hot-tops to add more flexibility to its range of modular drop-in display counters.

The hot-tops are designed to slot into any new or existing ambient counter structure. They can be dropped into custom-built breakfast bars, shop-fitted service counters or buffets made from different materials including stainless steel, granite, marble, tiles or Corian.

A Neo-Ceram glass construction allows the hot-tops’ surface to keep pre-cooked food at a safe serving temperature. The ceramic glass is designed to be robust, provide constant heat over hot surfaces and be easy to clean and keep hygienic.

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Central to the quality of food presentation is a quartz illuminated gantry, which is mounted above the hot-tops. This heated device should provide clear visibility of the food served, while protecting it with a shielding glass panel. The profile for this panel can be tailored for the best fit for a site, with both curved and square options available.

All drop-in models are designed to coordinate with each other, and are ‘plug and go’ units. This means that once dropped into the counter, a hot-top can be plugged into a power socket and is ready to go.

To promote the launch, Moffat is offering an extra 5% discount off list price for all orders placed and invoiced before 31 January 2020. List prices for the drop-in hot-tops start from £1,076.

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Clare Nicholls

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