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William’s launches Thermowall refrigerated countertop

Williams has launched a new Thermowell refrigerated countertop that’ designed for smaller kitchens where maximising the available space is essential.

The Thermowell is a refrigerated countertop unit designed to keep ingredients chilled and easily accessible for chefs. It is ideal for the preparation of salads, pizza, sandwiches, tapas and jacket potatoes.

“The TW4 will find a place in all kinds of businesses,” says Martin Laws, marketing manager of Williams, “It’s a very compact unit designed to help smaller cafes and restaurants expand their menus, with more choices of food.” 

The TW4 has a temperature range of 4 deg C to 10 deg C, and is usually be sited on countertops, however as an alternative it can be wall-mounted or even supplied with legs and used as a freestanding unit. 

The TW4 has a width of 638mm and can hold two 1/3 or four 1/6 Gastronorm containers. The wells are angled so that chefs have easy access and sight of the ingredients.

It is constructed of food-safe stainless steel and incorporates a digital thermometer and adjustable thermostat. The hinged lid can be shut when ingredients are not required, to protect them, maintain temperature and reduce energy consumption. 

Environment-friendly polyurethane insulation provides excellent thermal efficiency combined with low GWP and zero Ozone Depletion Potential. It allows the TW4 to operate in ambient temperatures of up to 32 deg C.

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