Industry News | June 9, 2012

Delfield Optimizes Airflow, Pan Guides in Prep Tables

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Delfield recently announced innovative changes to its 4400 Series Prep Tables. These changes include optimization of the evaporator airflow and the addition of patented dual-level pan guides.

The evaporator coil air flow on the 4400 Series Prep Tables has been modified. A tipped evaporator coil and a redesign of the evaporator cover have optimized the overall operational efficiency. The second change allows the flexibility of dual-level pan placement.

Utilizing Delfield’s patent-pending dual level pan guide feature gives operators the choice of traditional pan placement or the option to position the pans to sit an inch lower in the unit. Tests have shown that setting pans one inch lower in the unit can reduce pan temperatures an additional two degrees.

“Delfield’s 4400 Series Prep Tables have always provided superior temperature performance, and have now been optimized to perform exceptionally well even in the harshest kitchen conditions. Our new patent-pending pan dual level pan guide technology and the evaporator coil air flow optimization make the already dependable 4400 Series an even better kitchen solution,” says Jon O’Hern, senior product manager for Delfield refrigeration.