Induction Cooking Stations - Ships' Cooks Get The Latest Induction Cooking Technology
Problem: Ships' Cook Training Kitchen Needed To Replace Old Inefficient Gas Ranges
Solution: Energy Saving i-hob Induction Hobs With Intelligent Pan Sensing And Programmable Electric Convection Oven And Grill
- Low Energy And Power Consumption
- Easy To Wipe Clean - Ceran® Heat Resistant Glass
- Easy And Safe To Use
- Simple Rotary Control Hobs
South Tyneside College, world renowned Marine and Technical College is being led into the 21st Century by Principle Lindsey Whiterod. Senior Catering Technician, Peter Foley, was tasked to find energy efficient induction hobs and advanced convection ovens to replace antiquated gas ranges in the Ships' Cooks and Catering training kitchen.
Managing Director and ex Merchant Navy Engineering Apprentice Cadet David Pedrette, of Target Catering Equipment, was delighted to receive the enquiry from his former Marine Engineering Training College, where he had gained the skills and confidence to start his own business on leaving the Merchant Navy.
Target is currently manufacturing galley catering equipment for use by the Royal Navy in the two new aircraft carriers currently being built, as well as induction cooking stations and induction hobs which are being used extensively throughout the UK in schools, colleges, training kitchens and commercial kitchens.
Target specialise in keeping heat out of kitchens and galleys by optimising heat use with effective ventilation systems and cool operating i-hob induction hobs and induction cooking stations, designed and manufactured by Target.
Now the college has this latest up-to-date technology it hopes to increase student numbers. The portable induction hobs are also ideal for off site demonstrations, using standard 13 amp electrical plugs so outreach staff can introduce this new technology to other users.
South Tyneside College, which has a world renowned reputation for the quality of it's marine training, runs catering courses with ships' cook training in mind. The students, who learn in fully equipped kitchens which supply food to their commercial restaurant and retail outlet, are now able to enjoy cooking on the very latest induction cooking equipment from Target Catering Equipment.
Visit www.stc.ac.uk where you can find out more about the Ships' Cooks' course.