Grant Instruments Introduces Integrated Sous Vide Cooking Baths

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Grant Instruments has introduced new integrated sous vide cooking baths designed to be built into kitchen worktops. The precision cooking system, an essential tool in the modern professional kitchen, is ideal for space saving and a seamless kitchen design.

Grant Instruments sous vide cooking baths

Ashley Palmer-Watts, Executive Head Chef of Dinner by Heston Blumenthal in The Mandarin Oriental & Group Executive Chef, The Fat Duck Group

Ashley Palmer-Watts, Executive Head Chef of Dinner by Heston Blumenthal in The Mandarin Oriental said: " With the built-in baths there is no need to move the baths to storage when not in use and it keeps the work-surfaces clutter-free.

Grant Instruments (http://www.grantsousvide.com) has introduced new integrated sous vide cooking baths designed to be built into the kitchen worktop.

The Grant sous vide built-in baths (SVE-IN) were developed as a result of an increasing need for better incorporation of this essential cooking tool into the kitchen without taking up valuable work space. The precision cooking system comes in 12L or 26L tanks and can be retro fitted. The baths are easily integrated into work surfaces, with controls located on the front panel for quick selection of required temperatures. Based on the current SVE Expert range, the sous vide baths feature a timer with an audible alarm, three programmable temperature pre-sets, and a fixed temperature cut-out for protection should the bath run dry or low water level.

In addition to Grant's famous reliability, the baths offer high precision temperature control and stability, sleek stainless steel case for easy cleaning, simple operation and outstanding value for money.

Ashley Palmer-Watts, Executive Head Chef of Dinner by Heston Blumenthal in The Mandarin Oriental & Group Executive Chef, The Fat Duck Group, said: "The Grant water baths are one of the most essential pieces of equipment in our kitchens. With the built-in baths there is no need to move the baths to storage when not in use and it keeps the work-surfaces clutter-free. With their precise temperature control, they are great for both cooking and development of new dishes. Equally important, they are also solid reliable ‘workhorses’, helping us to produce dishes of consistently high quality day in day out and with minimum hassle. Built in drainage means it is really quick and easy to operate and clean."

Roy Homent, Catering Sales Manager at Grant Instruments, said: “Our new built-in baths have been designed in collaboration with chefs and tested in their kitchens. Sous vide baths are an essential piece of equipment for the modern professional kitchen as they not only provide consistent, quality results and aid in workflow, but also create less heat in the kitchen -therefore saving energy. The built-in baths offer space saving, which in smaller kitchens is invaluable.”

Grant's high quality range of catering products - the SV200 Universal Stirred Heater, the highly affordable Professional (SVP) range of sous vide cooking baths, the Expert (SVE) range cooking baths and the new Built-In baths (SVE-IN) - are available through a network of global distributors.

For additional images, please visit the Grant Sous Vide Website.

For more information about Grant Sous Vide baths, please visit http://www.grantsousvide.com.

About Grant Instruments
Grant Instruments (Cambridge) Limited (http://www.grantinstruments.com) is a world renowned supplier and manufacturer of scientific, life sciences and data acquisition products. The company has been designing, manufacturing and distributing scientific products for over 60 years and has established a worldwide reputation for high quality, reliable and robust systems designed to satisfy the most demanding applications for research in life sciences, chemical and the general laboratory. Headquartered at Shepreth on the outskirts of Cambridge, England, the company has an extensive network of dealers and distributors servicing Europe, the Americas, and the Asia Pacific region.

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