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FHA 2014

The 19th Food & Hotel Asia (FHA) will be held at Singapore's EXPO Convention and Exhibition Centre from April 8 – 11, 2014. FHA is Asia’s largest international food and hospitality trade event featuring specialized shows in: food & drinks, hotel, restaurant, bakery & food equipment, kitchen equipment technology and the FHA Culinary Challenge.

Our principals will be showcasing new kitchen equipment, so visit us at ATA, Frigomeccanica, Sagi and Staff Ice Systems booths in Hall 3.

One of the latest launches will be the Sagi ULTRA Multifunction Blast Freezer that will significantly improve the productivity of F&Bs (esp caterers).

 

Blast Freezer

 

We Have Moved!

Dear Customers

Please be informed with effect 1 November 2013, we have moved to:

469 Macpherson Road #01-01 Singapore 368186

(nearest MRT: Tai Seng - 10mins walk)

At our new showroom, you will see a wider variety of bakery equipment and a comfortable 500 square feet demo kitchen.

We continue to strive to be your choice of kitchen equipment specialist and look forward to serving you at our showroom!

See you!

Blast Chillers & Blast Freezers

Did you know bacterial contamination in food occurs most quickly when food is between 3°C and 70°C? With consumers’ growing emphasis on food hygiene and freshness preservation, more F&Bs are investing in super refrigerators to reduce the temperature of hot foodstuffs in a short time. These super refrigerators are known as blast chillers/blast freezers in the commercial kitchen equipment industry.

Remember what our mums always tell us? Never to put hot food directly in the refrigerator! Although it is true that immediately storing a pot of freshly boiled pasta in the chiller will increase the internal cavity’s temperature, thereby affecting the surrounding food products, it is never good to leave the food to cool in the open as bacteria multiplies very quickly below 68°C.

A blast freezer shock freezes food products from:

Temperature

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