Bolton-based manufacturer Pantheon Catering Equipment wants to take advantage of the popular UK burger restaurant market with its range of heavy duty mincers.
According to Mintel, the UK burger market was worth £3,286m in 2016, and Pantheon feels its mincers should be on the radar of distributors looking to supply this sector.
The range is fabricated in stainless steel and polished aluminium and comes with stainless steel, self-sharpening plates and blades. The mincers are claimed to be corrosion- and rust-proof and easy to operate and disassemble for thorough cleaning of all parts that have contact with meat.
The precision, steel geared motors are designed to be well ventilated to ensure that the mincers can be used continuously in a warm, humid kitchen environment without danger of overheating. Also, a reverse control should release any trapped meat without the need to disassemble the machines. Because of the steel geared transmission and oil bath, motor noise is said to be minimised.
The smallest, the MM12 has an output of 120kgs an hour while the MM22 can process up to 150kgs an hour and the MM32 260kgs per hour. The machine’s design and speed of operation are said to prevent heat transference to meat so that it always remains cool.