GALLERY: 8 fantastic food prep appliancesIn Depth by Andrew Seymour on 3rd July 2015 facebookTwitterLinkedIn The Sammic CK-302 food processor consists of a variable speed motor block with a regular hopper and an 8 litre food processor bowl complete with a hub with serrated blades. As a food processor it boasts a polycarbonate lid complete with scraper that allows consistent and homogeneous mixing and avoids product overheating. The Edlund ARC! XL stainless steel manual slicer purports to take on the big guys that other slicers are afraid of — including the big beefsteak tomatoes and the colossal onions that are just too big or too hard to slice in other machines. It can slice a range of hard and soft products in the same machine and the hopper is large enough to do a great job on Iceberg and other lettuce products. The British-made Hobart A120 bench- and floor-mounted planetary mixers have a 12 litre capacity and come complete with a stainless steel bowl, beater, whip and hook. The mixer has an efficient planetary action, operating on single phase, with a three-speed option that is ideal for a wide variety of applications. Designed to save on the labour-intensive process of hand-making dough rolling, the Somerset CDR-100F is able to produce uniform sheets of up to 10” wide in seconds. Providing maximum versatility and performance, the unit features a compact design to make use of limited space while the latest materials and manufacturing techniques make the unit safe and easy to use. The Williams PW4 is designed to help with the makeup of pizzas, salads and sandwiches. The mobile prep well is a highly flexible, compact unit, making it ideal for sites that have to replenish ingredients from the coldroom and have no room for a conventional prep counter with wells. Whether blending, chopping, grinding, emulsifying or making a purée, the compact Hamilton Beach HBF500 can complete most food preparation tasks in style. The unit is a slimmed-down version of larger models that remains versatile enough to meet the standards of the most demanding chef, as well as being able to keep up with the busiest kitchen. The Robot Cook purports to be the first cutter blender designed exclusively for the professional kitchen and is aimed at operators wanting to minimise preparation time and maximise creativity. The unit allows users to emulsify, grind, blend, chop, mix and knead to perfection, providing caterers with complete flexibility, whether the recipes you are making are hot or cold, sweet or savoury. This heavy duty Waring food processor with continuous feed is one of the brand’s top products thanks to its continuous feed function and 3.8 litre bowl capacity, which is sealed for processing liquids. The device comes complete with a number of discs and plates, turning the unit into a continuous vegetable prep unit. Advertisement Tags : catering equipmentEdlundfood prepHamilton BeachHobartRobot CoupeSammicSomersetWaringWilliams previous article App turns 2D kitchen designs into virtual reality next article Rotisserie restaurant skips to the Mersey beat The author Andrew Seymour you might also like UK catering equipment firms offered £1,500 grant to fuel export ambitions Catering equipment supplier loaned £500k to buy IP rights and save on royalties Dozen places available on specialist ‘how to grow a catering equipment business’ course Hobart and Foster owner ITW reels in Q1 catering equipment sales of £400m Hobart undeterred by Brexit as it breaks ground on giant European warewashing plant Leave a Response Cancel reply CommentName Email Save my name, e-mail, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.