Hospital Foodservice Regen: The Versatile V-Gen Trolley
Chill, store, regen and serve, all from one trolley...
Moffat at the Hospital Caterers Association National Conference and Exhibition,
Celtic Manor, 11-12 April 2013
Moffat has developed a wide choice of equipment to suit the different meal delivery systems operated by hospitals. At the HCA Conference the company will focus on regen, emphasising the range by showing a single tray regen trolley alongside a bulk food model.
Moffat’s V-Gen regen trolleys for hospitals are surprisingly versatile – some versions can even be used to rapid chill bulk food for storage. They are a chiller, fridge, regen oven, hot cupboard and food servery, all in the one cabinet. Food is stored, chilled, in the cabinet until service is required. It can be programmed to automatically commence the heating cycle at a preset time, or at the push of a button. At that point it starts to regenerate the food to your preferred temperature.
Other smart features designed to enhance food quality in hospital regen include the zonal temperature control system, which uses multi-fan technology to enable the unit to regenerate dense and light textured foods in the same cabinet, at the same time.
Where appropriate, V-Gen trolleys can even be used to cook food from fresh.
E & R Moffat is one of the UK’s leading manufacturers of quality foodservice equipment, designing and manufacturing in-house. Based in Bonnybridge, Scotland, the company manufactures standard and bespoke servery, regeneration and storage equipment and runs a full nationwide after-sales engineering team. E & R Moffat is accredited to ISO 9001:2008 and many of the products have gas approvals and are EMC tested. For more information on E & R Moffat visit the website on www.ermoffat.co.uk
HCA Conference 2013.docx – Mar-13
Toni Turner or Alison Haynes at The Publicity Works: 01263 761000 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Gordon McIntosh at E & R Moffat: (01324) 812272
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