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From automated, barcoded meal software to heavy-duty machines with extra power, there’s a microwave suitable for every catering job


H Hall has been dominating the microwave market for almost 40 years, building an exten-


sive knowledge of this trusted kitchen essential. RH Hall is the UK’s largest, most knowl- edgeable and innovative micro- wave supplier and it stocks only models from leading commercial brands – such as Sharp, the UK’s number one, and Maestrowave – having been sole UK distributors for both since 1992. Microwaves are an essential


part of any commercial kitchen and the latest technology means today’s machines are sophisti- cated and easy to use, producing excellent results in a fraction of the time that it takes conventional cooking methods. The versatility of microwaves is often hugely underestimated. From simple, efficient microwave-only models to fully automated meal solutions, RH Hall offers the latest and most versatile products. Recently added to its range is the Maestrowave MW10, a 1,000W machine aimed at smaller operators looking for a microwave with a reliable reputation. The unique microwave distribution and cavity ensure perfect cook- ing every time, backed up by an


unprecedented three-year


warranty on the Magnetron – the heart of the machine. For larger operators, or those requiring more than just speed, the Maestrowave range also includes high-speed combination microwaves, such as the award- winning Combi Chef 7. Packed with features, including Menu Creator 2.0 software, this oven produces outstanding results at the touch of a button. A video showing the features and bene- fits of this innovative product is available at www.rhhall.com. In addition, the range of market-leading


Sharp micro-


waves is available exclusively from RH Hall and its nationwide dealer


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RH Hall can also provide much


network, offering machines from 1,000W up to extra-heavy duty and high-power 1,900W, catering for all foodservice applications. Designed with total flexibility and versatility in mind, all machines have in-built features to help save time and energy.


“Maestrowave iWave provides a unique, fully encrypted, barcoded


meal solution”


Innovation is at the forefront of RH Hall and today’s demand- ing market and the Maestrowave iWave system is a prime example of this. Using the latest micro- wave technology, the system provides a unique, fully encrypted, barcoded meal solu- tion suitable for a number of applications, including hospital ward service, retail vending out- lets and more. The product is a world first and available exclu- sively through RH Hall.


more than just a microwave solu- tion and work with many of the UK’s leading foodservice oper- ators to produce bespoke solu- tions, offering optimum results. A knowledgeable Food Solu- tions team works from the state- of-the-art RH Hall Development Kitchen and also has access to the 15,000 sq ft fabrications division – enabling production of bespoke, branded microwave


housing


units, to increase customer visi- bility and ease of use. RH Hall operates through a national network of approved dealers, along with dedicated National Account and Food Solu- tions divisions, ensuring the right person is always on hand to deal with any enquiry.


For all your microwave oven and foodservice equipment needs call RH Hall on 01296 66300, email sales@rhhall.com or go online: www.rhhall.com and www.maestrowave.com


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