Commercial refrigeration systems typically require a fair amount of electricity. In fact, refrigeration is one of the top five consumers of energy in all foodservice operations, as refrigeration is needed to cool walk-ins, undercounter refrigerators, reach-ins, cold cabinets, beverage storage, and more.[…]
There are two likely scenarios this time of year. The first one is a school nutrition director sits down to review the 2018-19 budget and realizes there's a surplus. The second and more common option is to conclude, "We have to figure out how to save more next year."
Both scenarios lend themselves to replacing, refreshing, or reinventing your school cafeteria, and here are eight ways to do it.[…]
This year’s NAFEM Show saw more attendees than ever before. And the amount of innovative foodservice equipment solutions that were unveiled at the show certainly left folks in amazement. From automation to efficiency, improving the foodservice operator experience proved to be a central theme at almost every booth we visited.[…]
In short, Bally's patented SmartSpeed technology is a way for Virginia and Maryland foodservice operators to enjoy reduced energy consumption and lower refrigerant charges.[…]
Bally is the best of best when it comes to walk-in coolers and refrigeration for the foodservice industry. With products ranging from blast chillers to multi-compressor rack refrigeration systems, Bally has you covered. Their latest products include the SmartVap II controller and the SmartSpeed Evaporator. Both products are the key to simplifying your refrigeration systems.[…]
As many of you know, the biggest food service equipment tradeshow, The NAFEM Show, is making its biennial appearance in Orlando this February. Here is a sneak peek of what you can expect to see at NAFEM17.[…]
How Can My Kitchen Benefit from Bally Northwind Blast Chillers?
BE SAFE. BE ECONOMICAL. BE PROTECTED.
Whether you're a restaurant or a school, you need to be both safe and economical in order to protect yourself. With Bally's Northwind Blast Chillers, you can accomplish both goals with a single unit.[…]