Warewashing manufacturer Maidaid-Halcyon has revamped its offering by announcing a string of new equipment launches across its portfolio.
The company is rolling out three new under-counter machines, an improved heavy duty pass-through model with built-in heat recovery and a brand new series of compact ice machines.
The under-counter line-up includes the C515, which features a built-in continuous auto water softener and drain pump as standard; the D515, a fully double-skinned machine with noise reduction and heat retention; and the MH525, which has been specifically developed for the healthcare market. It includes built-in UV germicidal lamp and 9 wash cycle selection, full LCD display and soft-touch controls.
“These new models are just a further illustration of Maidaid-Halcyon’s strong commitment to the commercial catering industry,” said sales director Julian Lambert. “Listening to our customer’s feedback has always been the cornerstone of our progress within the industry and these new models are just another step towards offering the most comprehensive range possible to our customers.”
The introduction of the MH2150 model, meanwhile, comes in response to requests for a pass-through machine with a larger wash tank reveals operations director, Chris Myhill. He said that Maidaid had succeeded in creating a deeper wash tank while still promising energy savings of 35% on previous models due to the efficiency of the heat recovery system.
“To maintain the heat recovery efficiency, this models incorporates a flushing system,” says Myhill. “It also utilises a multi-chrome start button that gives highly visible status updates, Along with other features this machine is designed for the toughest environments.”
Elsewhere, Maidaid’s new SLIM modular ice machines offer production of between 154kg and 225kg of cube ice per day. The introduction of a machine in the SLIM range using one of the new generation of environmentally-friendly R290 hydrocarbon gases is a first for the company.
The full interview with Julian Lambert and Chris Myhill on the development of Maidaid’s portfolio is featured in the current issue of Foodservice Equipment Journal. You can read the article here.