Unified Brands, a leading manufacturer of foodservice equipment, has unveiled a twist to a classic product with the all new Randell BC Series Blast Chillers. The more competitive BC Series incorporates more technologically advanced features that give foodservice operators greater control over refrigerated food storage, such as:
- Easy-to-use intuitive touch screen controls
- No-program required, auto-launch cooling feature
- Color coded probe identification system ensuring proper probe placement
“We’re really excited about the new BC Series Blast Chillers,” says Dave Rademacher, Randell Product Specialist-Refrigeration. “Not only are we improving on an already stellar line of blast chillers, but we’re also providing a more competitive option for our reach-in models. Our customers expect the best from us, and we feel like we delivered.”
The reach-in Randell BC Series Blast Chiller (model no. BC-918RI) has a capacity of 9 standard sheet pans or 18 hotel pans (12x20x2) – or a combination of both. The work-top Randell BC Series Blast Chiller (model no. BC-510WT) has a capacity of 5 standard sheet pans or 10 hotel pans (12x20x2) – or a combination of both. Both the reach-in and work-top units will be shipped on heavy duty 6-inch high casters. The under-counter Randell BC Series Blast Chiller (model no. BC-003UC) has a capacity of 3 hotel pans (12x20x2) and is shipped on 3-inch high casters.
All new Randell BC Series Blast Chillers follow the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) food code for safe food handling. Each are tested and certified by the National Sanitation Foundation to rapidly cool food through the “danger zone” (135°F to 40°F) in four hours or less. The three models come standard with an easy-to-use touch screen display, and a front-mounted USB port for retrieving recorded data for HACCP program documentation.
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