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Smeg showcases new patented steam heat recovery glasswashers

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Smeg’s new 400 series glasswashers were showcased on its Host stand.

At the recent Host Milano 2019 trade fair, Smeg Foodservice presented its growing collection of existing and new concept products due to launch over the next year.

On show for the very first time was the company’s new line of 400 glasswashers which are said to have superior performance as well as featuring the brand’s S.H.R + (Steam Heat Recovery) steam removal system, developed and patented by Smeg.

The feature is designed to ensure the energy is not wasted and to minimise heat transferring into the kitchen or service area. This update follows the SHR technology used on Smeg’s larger hood type machines.

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The Host stand also gave Smeg the opportunity to showcase its new UG425DH 400 glasswasher which has been awarded the show’s Smart Label 2019award for innovation within the hospitality sector.

Sitting alongside established Ecoline and Topline glass and dishwashers and bake off ovens, prototype combi ovens were also shown for the first time featuring new TFT touch screens with user-friendly menus. A number of other new developments for the professional cooking sector were also debuted at the show, including a blast chiller and its upgraded mini bars designed for hotel rooms.

Phil Coulstock, commercial channel director, Smeg UK, commented: “Host is always the main place to visit and see the very latest Foodservice innovations, and 2019 has been no exception.

“The amazing Smeg Foodservice stand, set amongst Smeg’s signature colours and greenery has showcased the entire range of our products, impressing many of our old and prospective new customers with innovative new products which we will now begin to manufacture and bring to market over the next 18 months.”

Tags : combi ovenseventexhibitionHosthost 2019Host MilanSmegtrade showwarewashers
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