Vollrath has rolled out its Modular Induction Dry Well Drop-Ins which use induction technology to deliver hot food holding and precise temperature control in a waterless well.
The company has promised “unmatched flexibility” by offering the product with one or up to as many as six wells.
Each well contains two induction capsules for two warming zones per well and the zones can operate independently or be synced and run through a single control panel per well.
Additionally, each well can accommodate both 2.5” and 4” pan depths with easily adjustable risers on the induction capsules.
Temperature and power control includes a temperature setting of 140°-190°F (60°-88°C) or choice of three power levels in order to maintain the freshness and quality of the food.
The company said that the “efficient” temperature control should result in less food waste and better food consistency.
The wells can also be cleaned with soap and water and the sealed well design contains spills and prevents them from reaching the more sensitive components of the unit.
The Dry Well is NSF and FCC certified, UL listed and comes with a one-year warranty.
Watch the video below for a closer look at the technology behind Vollrath’s Modular Induction Dry Well Drop-In.
Last week, Catering Insight USA reported on the company’s latest deal with the Mercedez-Benz stadium in Georgia.
Vollrath Company fitted 170 of its serving systems throughout the stadium in Atlanta, which is considered to be the “most advanced” in its field.
The company said: “From customization and consultation to design quality and convenience, our partnership with dozens of stakeholders with the Mercedes-Benz Stadium project is proof of how we help our partners discover the possibilities and breadth of capabilities that Vollrath can deliver.”