Southbend has rolled out a new series of commercial cooking equipment.
The company first showcased its new products from the X-range at the NAFEM Show in February.
Southbend’s new series allows operators to choose between hundreds of combinations to build the range that best suits the way they cook.
The X-Range lets customers choose customizations in three different categories.
Users can choose from the width of the product, from 12-72 inches, and base type, where customers can choose between convection and standard ovens, multifunction units, a refrigerator, or a cabinet.
Additionally, buyers can choose the type of top, where operators can choose to custom-build their product. The surface is divided into 12 and 18-inch sections that can combine griddles and grates, three types of burners (non-clog, sauté, and Piromax), a French top, charbroilers, work decks, hot plates and grills.
The X-Range is also divided into three series, the XP, for “exponential customization” which offers the widest choice of widths, bases, and tops.
The XH, for heavy-duty operations, width starts from 24 inches with three types of ovens or a cabinet, these “top-level” customizations were specifically designed for high-volume kitchens.
The XS, which features high-temperature rated knobs, one-inch thick griddle plates, and an optional shut-off valve.
The company said: “The X-range is the ultimate solution for foodservice operators who want complete control over how they execute their menus.”