Welbilt bids to convert operators to new induction line

Garland Instinct series

Welbilt is set to give induction a big push this year as it prepares to introduce the new Garland Induction Instinct series to UK operators at Hotelympia.  

The range will make its debut at the March exhibition, with visitors offered the chance to receive expert tutorials from the company’s on-stand representatives.

With five table-top models in the series available in varying sizes, consisting of single and double hob modules, along with a wok and two griddles, Welbilt hopes the equipment will appeal to any operator requiring safe, compact and high quality table-top induction.

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The line also features the first and only comprehensive control and monitoring system for induction, Instinct’s RTCSmp (Real-Time Temperature Control System multi-point) technology, which visitors will be able to experience firsthand.

This technology provides fast heat up times, safe cooking and accurate temperatures by utilising the electronics within the modules to monitor the temperature of the induction coils and energy supply.

Designed for simple and intuitive operation, the Instinct series also features a new ‘Tip and Turn’ control system, which responds to light pressure on the control knob to activate the appliance and makes use of a ‘turn’ function to set the desired temperature level.

Hotelympia 2018 will mark Welbilt’s first appearance at the London show since rebranding from Manitowoc Foodservice last year.

As well as rolling out the Garland Induction Instinct range, the company is planning live cooking demonstrations, a new equipment launch from its Convotherm combi brand and a comprehensive showing of Merrychef ovens, which are manufactured in the UK.

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