Restaurant Development & Design

NOV-DEC 2018

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N O V E M B E R / D E C E M B E R 2 0 1 8 • r e s t a u r a n t d e v e l o p m e n t + d e s i g n • 7 7 All-In-One Custodial Cabinet Advance Tabco provides an all-stainless-steel, 84-inch, double-width mop sink cabinet. This all-in-one custodial closet may meet municipal codes that require enclosed mop sinks sanitation purposes. Units come in 300 or 430 grade stain- less steel. The doors close magnetically, while the side panels have ventilation slots. Includes •xed stainless steel shelf, mop holders, mop sink, drain and mop bucket storage. Additional mop sink cabinet sizes and con•gurations are available. NSF approved. Model #9-OPC-84DR shown. Advance Tabco Double-Mouth Rotator Oven The Double Mouth Rotator deck oven cooks pizzas in a half revolution due to forced air burner technology that pushes 60 percent gas and 40 percent air using only 84,000 Btus. The oven's design enables two chefs to cook simultaneously. For example, one on the bar side can maneuver dishes in and out of one opening while another operates the oven from inside the kitchen. Touchscreens allow operators to customize cooking temperatures and rotation direction and speed, as well as to activate automatic on/off functionality and control the unit's integrated exhaust fan. Tile designs can be customized. Marra Forni Compact Grease Interceptor The TZ-1826 Trapzilla grease interceptor holds the same amount of grease as a 1,000-gallon concrete interceptor in about a third of the space due to its interior baf•e design, per the maker. It is rotationally molded out of polyethylene. Trapzilla units have a variety of installation options, from in the •oor to out- side in a green space, in traf•c-rated areas, hanging between •oors, and more. The interceptors are sized based on •ow rate (GPM). The TZ-1826 is the largest Trapzilla model, at 100 GPM, but smaller units (down to 35 GPM) are available as well. Trapzilla Battery-Powered, Mobile Hand Sink This mobile hand sink uses a portable battery. The unit fea- tures 300 series stainless steel construction, a faucet that blends hot and cold water, a 6-inch boxed backsplash, stain- less steel paper towel holder and swivel polyurethane casters with brakes. The tub measures 10 by 14 by 6 inches, with a 3 1 / 2 -inch basket drain and a 13-ounce soap dispenser. With the help of a UL-listed mini wa- ter heater, the unit heats water to 110 degrees F and pumps it through a UL-listed water pump. The unit's battery can be recharged after 6 to 8 hours of operation. Winholt Equipment

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