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MW10 Multi Warmer

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  • The MW10 is a compact bench-top warmer that can accommodate a combination of pans up to a full sized 1/1 (100 mm deep) gastronorm to suit the type of hot food being displayed
  • With heat source from above (quartz heat lamp) and from below (stainless steel elements), the unit attractively holds and displays hot food, ready for service
  • The heat lamp throws a warm yellow light over the food to enhance presentation
  • Two other models available to suit the type of hot food being displayed

Price & Spec
D x W x H (mm)
MW105RMW10Base unit (to be used with 1/1 gastronorm
pan 100 mm deep, not supplied)
640 x 395 x 4757853.4858
MW10CW5RMW10CWChip Warmer, with sloped tray640 x 395 x 4757853.4882
MW10CS5RMW10CSCarving Station, with 65mm deep, 1/1 gastronorm pan
with 25mm deep perforated and spiked tray
640 x 395 x 4757853.4904
  • Halogen Heat lamp
  • Heat source from above (Easy Fit heat lamp) and below (stainless steel element)
  • Energy regulator control of element (heating from below)
  • Ultra-durable stainless steel element
  • Two other models available; Chip Warmer and Carving Station

MW10CW – Chip Warmer
Supplied with a sloping tray for chips, the MW10CW is designed to enhance productivity and presentation of cooked chips. Heating from above and below, the unit maintains cooked chips at the correct serving temperature and allows the fryer basket to be immediately returned to the fryer for the next batch, increasing fryer productivity. At the same time, the heat lamp serves to throw heat and a yellow light onto the cooked chips to enhance presentation.

MW10CS – Carving Station
The MW10CS is supplied with a full size (65mm deep) gastronorm pan with a full size perforated and spiked pan (25mm deep) so that the unit can be used as a carving tray. The perforated and spiked tray secures the meat for easy carving, whilst the larger pan sitting underneath holds water to produce steam and keep the meat moist and collects any fat drippings. The heat lamp throws a warm yellow light over the meat to enhance presentation.

Roband Multi Warmer Spec Sheet (2019)

Roband Multi Warmer User Instructions (2022)

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