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The Next Generation Hotel Kitchens

 

What is an Induction Cooking

An induction stove, magnetic energy inside the coils of the stove top generate electromagnetic fields that initiate a warming reaction with the substance of the steel-based cooking vessel. This, in turn, causes the cooking vessel to heat. The coil does not heat up during this process. However, because all of the energy is transmitted to the base of the cooking vessel only, the cooking vessel actually cooks the food, not the stove. Additionally, because there has to be stimulation between the metal of the vessel and the coil, once the vessel is removed, the process is broken.

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How it works

Equipments for commercial kitchen

Equipments for commercial kitchen

Equipments for commercial kitchen

Kitchen in US with all cooking Hobs

 
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Equipment can be fit closer in a small kitchen since the heat emission is zero. Can use for Next Gen Hotel Restaurants Kitchen inside the Restaurant.

Direct and Long term Benefits

 

  • Little wasted heat as energy is supplied directly to the cooking vessel.
  • Less wasted heat results in cooler kitchens.
  • Clean cooking as induction cooking does not result in vaporized by-products, Unlike burning gas.
  • Cooler kitchens and less vaporised by products result in less (or no) ventilation requirement and no gas interlock.
  • Additional energy savings can be achieved from reduced ventilation.
  • Heat supplied directly to cooking results in cooler hobs, making them safer to use.
  • No flame or heated element results in improved safety in the kitchen.
  • Faster cooking speed than a standard gas or electric hob.
  • Precise control, with the ability to change temperature instantly and accurately.
  • Uses less energy than conventional gas and electric hobs.
  • Lower operational costs than conventional gas and electric hobs

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Cons to look for,

Requires specialist cooking utensils with a high ferrous content, which may be more expensive. Availability of parts and servicing of induction cookers should be considered. Check warranties, servicing and parts availability with your supplier before purchase. Potentially inadequate power supply for induction cookers may be an issue in some commercial kitchens.
Commercial hobs start at 2.2kW per hob and can go up to 16kW per hob, so for example a twin 3kW hob would need a 20amp electrical supply.

Make sure your supply can meet the demand of induction equipment. No flame, therefore some limitations in cooking such as no charring of food. Equipment is more expensive but this can be offset against operational savings over the life of the equipment. What Famous Uk Chef says about induction cooking.

Induction suites by Swiss company Menu Systems were fitted in London’s Lanesborough hotel kitchens three years ago and executive chef Paul Gayler has no regrets. “I was doubtful about the idea of induction at first because I like a gas stove, but we got used to it very quickly,” he says. “One of the nicest things is having a cool kitchen and the units are easy to keep clean with a little soapy water and a scourer.Since the induction suite was installed, Gayler says, energy savings have amounted to roughly £600 a month.

As well as rising gas prices, the requirement to fit an expensive gas interlock between gas equipment and ventilation canopies is another reason why kitchens are keen to look at alternatives.

Gayler says chefs need to “take everything into consideration” when thinking about the cost of induction kitchens. “While induction is not a cheap piece of equipment it is worth the money,” he argues. “You’ve also got to look at it as having a happier team working in an environment where they are not physically tired out by heat.” “The base of the pan must be magnetic – place a simple fridge magnet against it to check.”

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Benefits for Hotels

Leading by example in green revolution through kitchen by reducing carbon emission. International Recognition and National support. Long term benefit in energy saving, Alternate energy ready equipment as the gas prices increase or immediate shortage.

Electricity can be produced in Hotel by solar energy,

  • Cleaner and efficient kitchen
  • Cooler and smart kitchen attracts chefs and even retains
  • stops fire break out from kitchen as there is no naked flames
  • Tremendous Cost saving in avoiding Gas interlock system and High cost ventilation
  • Induction Cooking barely needs a ventilation or a Low powered one

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Approximate price list can be bought tremendously down by Hotels Purchasing Power

Twin H.D. Tabletop 100025 £2,250.00 Twin heavy duty induction hob (2 x 3.5kW) with flush fitting glass and all stainless steel construction. Overall size: 425 x 800 x 225
Quad H.D. Tabletop 100026 £4,500.00 Two off twin induction zones (4 x 3.5kW) with flush fitting glass and all stainless steel construction Overall size: 800 x 800 x 225
Inbuilt H.D. Twin £3,294.00 Twin heavy duty i-hob (2 x 3.5kW) built into workbench with flush fitting glass Bench size 1200 x 700 with fixed shelf and adjustable shelf.Other sizes can be specified
Quad 800 H.D. 100027 £5,860.00 One piece glass with 4 x 3.5kW induction zones.Overall size 800 x 800 with fixed shelf, adjustable shelf and 60mm up-stands to sides and rear.
Quad 900 H.D. 100028 £5,990.00 Two off twin induction zones (4 x 3.5kW).Overall size 900 x 800 with fixed shelf, adjustable shelf and 60mm up-stands to sides and rear.
Quad H.D. with Blue Seal E31D4 100031 £7,205.00 Two off twin induction zones (4 x 3.5kW).Overall size 1150 x 800 with 60mm up-stands to sides and rear.Blue Seal E31D4 Convection oven positioned under.

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Six Zone H.D. 100029 £8,350.00 Three off twin induction zones (6 x 3.5kW).Overall size 1300 x 800 with fixed shelf, adjustable shelf and 60mmup-stands to sides and rear.
Six Zone H.D. with inbuilt Refrigeration Unit. 100030 £10,137.00 Three off twin induction zones (6 x 3.5kW).Overall size 1540 x 800 with Infrico MSG 1400 Refrigerated Drawer Unit installed under. 60mm up-stands to sides and rear.
Eight Zone H.D. 100032 £10,450.00 Four off twin induction zones (8 x 3.5kW).Overall size 1700 x 800 with fixed shelf, adjustable shelf and 60mm up-stands to sides and rear.

Companies in Uk

http://www.cooktek.com/induction-cooking
http://www.targetcatering.co.uk/induction-hobs
http://www.menu-system.com/en/standaloneappliances/inductionhobs.html

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