Commander Temporary Kitchen Unit
The Commander unit offers total flexibility to the user. It can be used as a standalone unit or as part of a catering complex for a variety of requirements including a food production, preparation and pot wash area. The Commander is even large enough to effectively function as all these areas. The unit has a fully automatic fire suppression and variable extraction systems fitted as standard. With the ability to link other units to the Commander, a tailored solution can be provided with ease. If required, we can also source any specialist linking units or equipment, such as showers, ensuring the project is delivered complete, on time and to the customer's specification.
We have frequently supplied Commander units as emergency responses, delivering fully equipped units to clients less than 24 hours after initial contact was made. To read more about our emergency response service, please click here.
We can provide CAD drawings for your project, which can be incorporated into site plans, show unit elevations and equipment layouts.
7.6m x 2.9m x 3.0m
63 amp single phase 'Commando' connection (32 amp minimum supply)
Multiple high and low level 13amp IP rated sockets
2 x single phase sockets
(Three phase kitchens also available)
22mm BSP female connection
Hand wash basin
40mm BSP Plastic Water Pipe
LPG supply via hose system
(Kitchens can come with just electrical equipment or a mixture, natural gas equipment also available)
Full automatic Ansul fire suppression
Variable speed extraction system
All of our kitchens are equipped to clients' specifications, with incredible flexibility in terms of internal equipment. We offer a vast range of kitchen and catering equipment, simply tell us what you need and we’ll get it for you. The unit is delivered ready to go with all your equipment already installed; this stops any interruption to your production.
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