Kettles with four sturdy castors and a wide handle gives a mobility which opens up new possibilities for the use of tilting kettles. It could for example be used to provide temporary additional capacity, or it could be shared between several kitchens/departments or used to transport prepared food in.
In kitchens where space is limited, the kettle could be brought in from a storeroom when the need arises. From there, it could be moved to where the food is to be served and then back again to the kitchen for cleaning.
This saves space in the kitchen and gives the kettle more flexibility in terms of its use, without compromising functionality.
The upper rim of the kettle is unheated and insulated. This reduces heat radiation and saves energy, also minimizing the risk of burn to the operator.
This design also ensures that the food does not burn in the kettle spout when the kettle is emptied, which would reduce the quality of the food and cause cleaning to take longer.
The TiltBack function enables the user to determine whether and, if so, how much the kettle should tilt back after a tilt. This reduces dripping during emptying and makes pouring easier.
The control box is placed at a good working height and can be read easily. The control box can be orientated so that it faces in towards the kettle. This ensures that the user is in no doubt as to which control box belongs to which kettle, and also minimizes any reflections.
This makes operating the kettle easy and fast, and enables the user to quickly gain an overview of the condition of each of the kettles, even at a distance.
The on and off buttons for the kettle are easy to reach so the kettle can be switched off after use. By switching off the standby consumption is reduced.
Water is added to the kettle by setting the required quantity and starting the filling process. Filling stops automatically when the required quantity of water has been added. The required quantity can be set to one decimal place.
The remaining quantity is displayed while the water is being added. The user can easily stop the filling process and adjust the required quantity.
Small quantities of water are best added manually. Water is added to the kettle when the key is held down and the quantity added is shown in the display to one decimal place. The water passes through a large drip-free spout on the pillar.
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