Waste oil tanks are not created equal. Tanks from Frontline International already lead the industry, and now they’ve gotten even better with the addition of upgraded touchscreen control panels—featuring easy-to-read displays, new capabilities, and advanced tech compatibility. The sleek interface ushers in a new era of classy, clean, and fine design as part of Frontline’s modern foodservice equipment line-up.
A Frontline waste oil tank is a valuable part of creating a safer workplace, greatly minimizing the risk of accidents and hazards due to oil handling while enhancing sustainability and oil reclamation/recycling efforts. The control panel is how users customize tank functions, adjusting or programming specific settings to get the best value. The new touchscreen control panel signals the kitchen of tomorrow through technology that improves operations by making a tough, messy job easier and cleaner.
The new touchscreen has digital versions of instruction manuals stored for convenient call-up, a self-test mode and other troubleshooting capabilities, and generates reports that are downloadable to a jump drive. Newly designed graphs and icons make it easier for operators to understand data. Other new features include oil usage set points and the ability to track fresh oil in and out.
Using the password-protected touchscreen, users have clear and immediate access to information about system type, tank status, and tank level in an easy-to-read graphic display. Advanced settings control the opening and closing of the collection valve, service intervals, and issue an alert when the tank reaches 75% capacity. As an added safety feature, when 100% full, automatic protections will not allow the tank to accept any more oil.
As always, all Frontline International tanks can be synched to Frontline’s exclusive M3 data management system for remote, web-based access to all features and functions. M3 gives users total control to monitor, measure, and manage oil use—tracking usage by store unit, with the ability to monitor collection volumes and compare statistics on a daily, weekly, or monthly basis.