With the emphasis on fresh, locally-sourced food, caterers are finding they are under increasing pressure in the vegetable prep department
(Vocus/PRWEB) 20 March 2011
Peeling Action: New Sirman Potato Peelers From FEM
With the emphasis on fresh, locally-sourced food, caterers are finding they are under increasing pressure in the vegetable prep department. Foodservice Equipment Marketing’s (FEM) new Sirman potato peelers are capable of handling up to 10kg of potatoes at a time, to keep the kitchen supplied with a constant supply of freshly peeled spuds.
Made from heavy-duty stainless steel with a self tensioning poli-V belt drive and high efficiency ventilated motors, the peelers are built for continuous operation. An automatic unloading system further speeds up the prep times. Their sturdy construction means the peelers are suitable for high volume applications.
For ease of cleaning the bowl is removable and dishwasher safe as is the peeling disc, located at the bottom of the machine. The peeler’s design means access to all components is simple, providing easy servicing and prolonging machine life.
FEM supplies two models. The PPJ6 has a 6kg capacity and is powered by a 0.37kW motor. The PPJ10 can hold 10kg and has a 0.74kW power unit. Both models are covered with a one-year parts and labour warranty.
For more information and details of local stockists call FEM on +44 (0) 1355 244111, email sales(at)fem(dot)co(dot)uk or visit http://www.fem.co.uk
Toni Turner or Alison Haynes at The Publicity Works: 01263 761000; Email: fem(at)publicityworks(dot)biz
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Mark Hogan, Marketing Manager, Foodservice Equipment Marketing Ltd, +44 (0) 1355 244111
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Foodservice Equipment Marketing Ltd
Foodservice Equipment Marketing Ltd (FEM) is based in East Kilbride near Glasgow, Scotland. Since 1993 the company has represented leading foodservice equipment manufacturers in the UK and Irish markets. Over the years FEM has established partnership agreements with many of the industry’s top brands in both smallwares and equipment, including Vollrath, Manitowoc Ice, Cambro, Sirman, Prince Castle, San Jamar and Hamilton Beach. In 2003 FEM moved into manufacturing when it acquired Wardpark Gardner.
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