Moffat has launched a range of Drop In units designed to be dropped in to foodservice counters, breakfast bars and buffets.
Featuring a wide range of models, each unit comprises all the working parts of a foodservice counter. They are supplied ready to be inserted into any new or existing counter, whether shop-fitted or custom-built, including those made of stainless steel, granite, marble, ceramic tiles or Corian.
Being ‘plug and go’ units, once dropped into the counter, they can be plugged in to a power supply and are ready for action.
The Drop Ins are designed to be attractive and to coordinate with each other. The units can be tailored to the design of the site – for example, gantries can have curved or square glass profiles, both of which should ensure high visibility of the food.
The new series features bain-maries, with a choice of wet or dry heat models, both of which have ‘easy-lift’ raised pan lips to support Gastronorm containers. Optional well-adaptors include ones for round pots, a carvery pad and a ceramic hot-pad.
Moffat also offers the option of a faucet for wet wells. Gantry options include open front, closed front, which features a choice of standard or tall heights, and island, for units being accessed from both sides.
The Drop Ins feature Moffat’s technologies such as the Sahara multi-fan system. This is said to save energy by blowing re-circulated air through heating or chilling elements, rather than the conventional method of drawing air through the heat exchanger or heating elements first. In tests on a bain-marie it is claimed to have reduced consumption by nearly half, and it’s estimated to be up to 55% faster and offer more accurate temperature control than conventional systems.
As well as the standard Drop Ins, both for plated meal service and grab and go, Moffat offers a variety of other units such as soup stations, cutlery and condiment dispensers, and plate dispensers.