Food display technology is ever developing in several different equipment areas. Therefore we investigate the main

Food display technology is ever developing in several different equipment areas. Therefore we investigate the main categories and the latest advances in each: Heated displays are most often deployed in grab and go or café-style premises, as well as for buffets, and it is the latter that has piqued the interest of Scottish manufacturer Moffat’s research and development team. The firm recently launched a range of drop-in units designed to be, literally, dropped in to foodservice counters, breakfast bars and buffets. Featuring a 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. In terms of technology, the drop-ins feature the Sahara multi-fan system. This should 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. The heated grab and go display drop-in within the range also features a ‘Free Flow AirFlow’ system, which should main...

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