Welbilt has partnered with Brita Professional to offer a free Purity C Steam water filter with all of its Convotherm 4 combi ovens.
Available for a limited time, the offer includes a Brita Purity C Steam 500 with six and 10 grid models of Convotherm and Brita Purity C1100 with 20 grid Convotherm 4 units.
The manufacturers believe that premium cooking results can be achieved from the combi ovens when effective water treatment is in place. The Purity C Steam has been specifically developed for the foodservice industry, with the cartridges utilising decarbonation filter technology which should reduce the carbonate hardness in drinking water.
This is said to prevent scale deposits within the combi steamer over the entire lifecycle of the filter. The cartridge flow system distributes untreated water, ensuring that the filter medium is used evenly and to its full extent, for constant reduction of carbonate hardness throughout the filter’s period of use.
In addition, the filter should remove small particles in the water, as well as other substances that can affect the odour and taste of the food being cooking within the unit. By preventing this problem at the beginning of the cooking process, the taste and aroma of food is claimed to be enhanced.
Furthermore, the water filter is designed to help to maintain the working condition of the oven, keep the water connection clean and extend the overall life of the combi steamer.
Steve Hemsil, Welbilt sales director UK and Ireland said: “Chefs and operators are becoming much more aware of the affect that the water going into their combi steamers has on the food their cooking, so this partnership with Brita is a great opportunity for us to really provide our customers with the very best in combi steamer solutions.
“Combi steamers are now an essential part of the professional kitchen and we are delighted to be able to offer the Brita Purity C Steam water filters with all of our award-winning Convotherm 4 combi steamers as a solution to the rising issue of combi steamer water quality. Not only will it enhance the water quality, but the food and functionality of the unit will be greatly improved.”