Falcon at HRC –solutions for an overheated world

Innovative induction hob, ground-breaking safety fryer and connected convection ovens amongst show highlights

Induction range image-web.jpgStand P220, HRC, London ExCeL, March 21-23 2022

Highlights amongst Falcon’s on-stand exhibits at HRC include a preview of a new addition to the company’s already extensive induction portfolio.  Combining the power chefs demand and the controllability and flexibility of traditional gas tops with the energy efficiency, ease of use and rapid heat up of induction, the new product is a leap forward in innovation.

Making its HRC debut is Falcon’s patented Fryer Angel. This system, a completely new concept developed by Falcon, monitors fryer oil level to prevent flare ups and fires.  It raises the standard of safety and fire prevention for commercial fryers to a whole new level.  

Visitors will also have the chance to see first-hand Falcon’s new connected convection ovens, which are constructed from stainless steel with an eye-catching glass door and internal LED lights.  The ovens’ modern lines make them ideal for front of house while at the same time the compact countertop design is a boon for kitchens looking for space-saving solutions.  

Falcon is sharing the stand with sister company Williams Refrigeration and the display will demonstrate how the close relationship between the two companies can help modern kitchen design, by showing products together in a typical cookline.  Hence a Falcon FE3D convection oven is sited on top of a Williams Aztra fridge cabinet, while an E3925 Electric Chargrill is on top of a refrigerated Chef’s Drawer.    

Completing the HRC line up are Lainox’s latest compact combi oven, the COENO61R, and Falcon’s Connected Kitchen, with demonstrations showing how connectivity can be a huge bonus in the commercial kitchen.  Unlike conventional connectivity systems, any appliance from any manufacturer can be linked to the Falcon Connected Kitchen, all sharing the same platform and dashboard.  The system monitors temperature and operation, sends alarms and reminders, collects data including energy use and HACCP, and it can be monitored remotely.  

In keeping with the company’s sustainability objectives, Falcon will not be giving away any literature from the stand, instead offering visitors the opportunity to download information directly to their devices via QR codes. Falcon will also be making a donation to the Trees for Cities campaign for every visitor to their stand.


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