Space Conscious Hot Cupboards

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Moffat’s light duty hot cupboards are designed for where space is at a premium.

Light duty hot cupboard from Moffat.

Hot food needs to be served on hot plates to ensure that it is of tip-top quality when it reaches the diner, but many smaller establishments often struggle to find space for a dedicated hot cupboard. E & R Moffat’s range of static light duty hot cupboards has been designed for smaller establishments where space is at a premium.

Built in Moffat’s factory at Bonnybridge, Scotland, these hot cupboards are ideal for heating plates and dishes and are available in three sizes. The smallest in the range is the FHC1. With a footprint of only 350mm x 600mm, it can house 140 ten-inch plates. The middle size FHC2 is 700mm x 600mm and can house 350 ten-inch plates, while largest FHC3 measures 600mm x 900mm and houses 280 ten-inch plates.

All models are 900mm tall and have a stainless steel construction with plain tops that can be used for further storage. Internally they have a base and intermediate shelf and are fitted with side hinged doors. Variable heating controls allow for a choice of setting depending on the application.

E & R Moffat is one of the UK’s leading manufacturers of quality foodservice equipment, designing and manufacturing in-house. Based in Bonnybridge, Scotland, the company manufactures standard and bespoke servery, regeneration and storage equipment with a full nationwide after-sales engineering team. E & R Moffat is accredited to ISO 9001:2008 and many of the products have gas approvals and are EMC tested. For more information on E & R Moffat visit the website on http://www.ermoffat.co.uk

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Toni Turner or Alison Haynes at The Publicity Works: 01263 761000 Email: moffat(at)publicityworks(dot)biz
For more news about E&R Moffat visit the press office at http://www.publicityworks.biz
Gordon McIntosh at E & R Moffat: (01324) 812272

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