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EF10.1 Blast Chiller & Shock Freezer

Model ID: EF10.1

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All-purpose combination blast chiller and shock freezer suited for delicate and strong chilling and freezing.

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EF10.1 Blast Chiller & Shock Freezer

Model ID: EF10.1

Expand your menu, maximise food quality, and reduce waste with Irinox, the leading global brand in food preservation. Irinox blast chillers and freezers are essential for food safety.

Features & Benefits
  • Reduce food costs by buying raw materials in season and blast chilling to preserve quality
  • Dramatically reduce food waste by preserving the freshness of semi-finished and finished products
  • Lower staff costs - food produced in half the time, optimising staff work, managing market demand and peak periods in advance
  • Optimise production by blast chilling larger quanitities of food straight from the oven or cooker
  • Preserve the quality, freshness and safety of food, managing the cold chain according to HACCP standards
  • Adjustable multi-rack system makes it easy to reconfigure to fit your needs
  • Easy to clean and service
  • R452A refrigerant - a 45% reduction in GWP (global warming potential) over previous R404A
  • Best suited to: Clubs / Pubs / Bars, Food Production, Hospitality / Venues, Accommodation, Schools, Medical / Aged Care, Bakery / Pastry
Pricing and Availability

This product is made to order, contact us now for lead time and pricing

Product Overview

Category
Blast Chillers
Series
Irinox Series
Refrigeration Type
Blast & Shock Freezer
Unit Type
Self Contained, Bottom
Dimensions
535 W x 655 D x 760 H (mm)
Temperature Range
From +90°C to +3°C or +90°C to -18°C
Yield
Yield per cycle 10kg
Tray Capacity
Tray capacity 3 (GN 1/1) or 60 x 40

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