Williams introduces new space saving refrigeration products

Williams Onyx CPC2 prep counter

Refrigeration manufacturer Williams is expanding its offering of compact commercial kitchen units with launches at upcoming trade events.

Williams will be showing its latest product in its Small Kitchen line at both GulfHost Dubai and Host Milan.

All the refrigeration on the Williams stands at both shows is either new or has been extensively redesigned since July 2016, when MEPS (minimum energy performance standard) came into effect in the EU.

The new Onyx CPC2 comprises a two-door, 355 litre storage counter with four GN 1/1 shelves.  The top mounted wells can hold up to four 1/3 Gastronorm pans. The new unit measures just 955mm wide.

In the CPC2, the internal airflow plus an air curtain over the wells ensure absolute temperature control.  Its high performance refrigeration system means it can operate safely in ambients as high as 43°C.

Other Small Kitchen products on show will include HJ400U Jade Slimline single-door cabinet, the HJSC3 Jade Slimline three-door counter, and the space-saving LAZ10CT Aztra undercounter freezer cabinet with innovative new drawer system.

“The new and redesigned models are part of our Refrigeration for the Real World initiative,” said Martin Laws, marketing manager of Williams.  “While they have multiple energy-saving features, we also took the opportunity to examine and, where possible, upgrade areas like robustness, temperature control and ease of use.”

Much of the Williams stands will be devoted to compact equipment.  “The shrinking kitchen is a global phenomenon,” says Laws.  “Everywhere operators are looking to get more output from a smaller space.  That’s why we developed our Small Kitchens range – it features slimline designs, with all the features of the standard sized models, but in a compact footprint.”

Also launching at the two shows is Williams ‘greenest’ range of grab and go multideck display units. The model on the stand will have natural R290 refrigerant, improved panoramic ends to maximise the total display area, new EC fans for improved efficiency, LED strip lighting and sliding front doors.

GulfHost has taken over from GulFood as the major catering equipment show for the Middle East region and is at the Dubai World Trade Centre, September 18 to 20.

Meanwhile, Host 2017 will once again take place at Fieramilano, Milan, October 20 to 24.  It is Europe’s leading catering equipment show.

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