Cooking range specialist Rosinox has redesigned and reengineered its Rosichef Signature 900, modular cooking range to offer more flexibility, efficiency and performance.
The new line of cooking appliances which is exclusively available from Jestic Foodservice Solutions, combines technological innovation, modularity and ergonomic design, with Rosinox’s craftsmanship, materials and production process.
The Rosichef Signature 900 range enables end users to select from interchangeable appliances including fryers, bains-maries, hobs, induction units and planchas to optimise culinary creativity and productivity.
The new Optima plancha heats 100% of the surface and can achieve 320°C in less than 4 minutes. The new pasta cooker offers a claimed 53% energy saving and a steam mode to reinforce the versatility of the unit. Different types of mounting are available, including on feet, on a base, on a bridge or installed on refrigerated undercounters.
Jestic Foodservice Solutions sales director Steve Morris commented: “The Rosichef Signature 900 from Rosinox has been hugely popular with demanding chefs in a variety of settings for many years, from high-end restaurants to public sector kitchens in schools and hospitals.
“The all new Rosichef Signature range offers a wide choice of superbly engineered, stylish appliances and components, enabling chefs to create a high performance kitchen suite tailored to meet their exact needs, which can be easily changed in response to new menu trends or operational requirements.”
The new Rosichef Signature 900 range was developed in conjunction with an ergonomist to optimise ease of use for chefs and has resulted in a number of design innovations including an ergonomic control panel with easy to use touchscreen technology and automated lifting of frying and pasta baskets.
Cooking appliances can be combined edge to edge without screws to create a single, smooth work surface which should be easy to clean, as are the cupboards which incorporate rounded interior corners to optimise hygiene. Service technicians were not forgotten in the redesign of the Rosichef Signature range as technical parts and USB connections for software updates should be easily accessed from the front of each appliance.
Requirements for cooking suites are unique to each site and Jestic works in partnership with consultants and kitchen houses to design and deliver the Rosinox range. Jestic’s support continues after installation with on-site product training from its experienced Culinary Team – whilst its Technical Services team of 45 factory-trained technical specialists offer a range of preventative maintenance and reactive repair services.