The Hotel, Restaurant & Catering Show 2020 – We’ll Be There!
We are delighted to attend this year’s Hotel, Restaurant and Catering (HRC) show and will be showcasing our innovative FiltaFOG GreaseMaster grease recovery unit, our new FiltaVent automated extraction cleaning system to help caterers meet new fire risk management standards and our FiltaSeal refrigeration seals, which help you keep food fresh and work out 40 percent more cost-effective than competitors on the market. In this post we’ll give you an overview of what you can expect to see when you visit us during the HRC from the 3rd – 5th March at ExCel in London.
Grease Management At The HRC – Conquer Your FOG
Grease Management Made Easy
Super easy for kitchen staff to manage, you can very visibly see the grease build-up in the FOG container and any water is automatically taken away from the business. Installed in a matter of hours by one of our trained technicians, there are also no moving parts, making it easy to clean in just a few minutes with no costly repairs. Its robust stainless steel casing means there is less potential for damage.
Significantly reducing the amount of grease collecting in a foodservice operator’s on-site pumping stations in a world increasingly looking to be sustainable, FOG collected from the grease recovery unit also has very minimal water content and is, therefore, also suitable for use in the production of biodiesel. The greasemaster also helps reduce food waste in public sector kitchens.
Automated Duct Cleaning at HRC – Meet Your TR19 Obligations
Filta’s Lee Shelton said the system was a must-have in a commercial kitchen, especially with revisions to the TR19 standard from the UK’s leading trade organisation for building engineering services contractors. Lee said:
“Relying on a quarterly deep clean of the ductwork can put operators at risk of failing to meet the recently updated TR19 health and safety standard, which relates to grease accumulation within kitchen extraction systems. By installing the Filta system with its pre-programmable automatic dosing, you can rely on continually clean ductwork to greatly reduce this risk, keeping you and your systems operational, compliant and safe from prosecution.”
Refrigeration Seal Replacement – Keep Your Food Fresh & Bills Down
Risks Associated With Damaged Refrigeration Seals
To protect those you are feeding and to maintain optimum energy efficiency, you must maintain an airtight seal between a refrigerated space and the surrounding ambient temperature and you can’t just assume the seals on your fridges and freezers are in pristine condition because they don’t look soiled. Telling signs that they need to be replaced include if your fridge is not staying as cold as it used to and food is spoiling faster or the door pops open repeatedly, which is usually due to a weakened seal that can no longer remain suctioned closed. As a result, caterers should replace fridge seals, also known as door gaskets, every 6-18 months for total peace of mind.
Refrigeration Seal Replacement Made Simple
- Upright fridge cabinets
- Under counter chillers/freezer bottle coolers
- Chest freezers
- Cold drawers
- Walk-in chiller cold rooms
- Walk-in freezer cold rooms
The pricing for fridge and freezer door seals vary depending on size and model, make sure to visit us at the HRC to find out more!
The HRC Show 2020 – Visit The Commercial Kitchen Specialists
All of us here at Filta are eagerly gearing up for the HRC Show in the ExCel in London which will run from the 3rd – 5th March. For those of us who work on helping commercial kitchens across the UK it is one of the standout events of the calendar. We are excited to be able to showcase our innovative FOG fighting and refrigeration seal saving products that we know will benefit your kitchen. Make sure you visit us at the HRC or to talk to the commercial kitchen experts today give us a call on 08452 022 999 or contact us online for more info!