Pasadena, CA (PRWEB) September 3, 2009
The Wok Water Saver Company, the company behind the water-saving invention that promises to revolutionize the restaurant industry, has just teamed up with two companies for future wok productions: Banner Beer Equipment Company and Omni Team, Inc. These companies will help Wok Water Saver in the supplying and fabricating process involved in producing more wok tables. Production will commence in September 2009.
The wok table is the brainchild of Hector Delgadillo, who once worked as an air conditioning and refrigeration repairman. Delgadillo noticed along his daily travels that that traditional wok tables wasted literally thousands of gallons of water every week. He sold his first invention to a restaurant called the Asian Buffet in Rialto, California in the summer of 2009.
The man he worked with, Ven Cun of The Asia Buffet, stated that woks typically burn 200-300 degrees and are in need of constant cooling. This is why almost one thousand gallons of water will be used in the cooling process, demanding in excess of $3,000 a month from the average restaurant. The specially made wok water saving table cools the top of the cooker using only a minimal supply of water. Instead of water, the device uses a refrigeration system that is turned on whenever woks are first started. Therefore, there is continuous cooling in place of millions of wasted gallons of water.
Banner Beer Equipment Company and Omni Team, Inc have united with Delgadillo's Wok Water Saver, Inc. to start production on these tables stop in an effort to stop the waste of precious water resources. Additionally, Wok Water Saver is already working with the Metropolitan Water District, the Department of Water and Power for the City of Los Angeles and the City of Alhambra in an effort to help minimize the use of water for Chinese Wok Ranges.
All of these organizations and companies are coming together to help with the manufacturing of new wok tables and hoping to end the age of needless water waste. Wok tables waste more water than any other cooking device in the world. Wok Water Saver, Inc. is spouting that 90,000 gallons of water a month for one restaurant is simply too expensive for business and too harmful for the environment.
For more information about the Wok Water Saver contact http://wokwatersaver.com/.