Improving the Performance of your Commercial Food Service Equipment.
If you have ever operated a facility that uses commercial food service equipment such as, refrigerators, ovens, deep fryers, ice makers, steamers or even dishwashers then chances are you've researched information on how to reduce energy consumption and improve your commercial kitchen appliances performance.
There are many different ways that you can improve the performance of your commercial kitchen equipment, including energy consumption, ventilation and reducing the amount of water used. One of the best resources for product performance data for commercial food service equipment is the The Food Service Technology Center (FSTC).
The Food Service Technology Center (FSTC) is the industry leader in commercial kitchen energy efficiency and appliance performance testing. It is one of the most valuable resource for the commercial food service industry with an online library of information regarding equipment performance data. You can find information on topics such as, equipment rebates, how to make your food service operation more green, and even sign up for free seminars on saving energy and water in your food service operation.
Here are just a few additional resources for information to help you increase the life of your commercial kitchen appliances, and reduce their rate of consumption:
Use this interactive tool to get recommendations on how to save energy and money in your commercial food-service kitchen.
High-efficiency equipment will continue to save energy and dollars years after the initial purchase. These calculators allow you to see the energy cost savings rebate qualified appliance over their useful service lives.
Access extensive reports on commercial appliances in your food-service and kitchen operation. Everything from broilers, griddles, holding cabinets, range tops and even kitchen hoods. Review field studies, and special reports.
Provides access to the ENERGY STAR product information to arm consumers with the information they need to make purchasing decisions based on energy efficiency. Measure and track energy and water consumption, as well as greenhouse gas emissions, and more.