Comcater – behind every great menu

As one of the largest suppliers of the Australian Quick Service Restaurant and Fast Food markets, Comcater is proud to present a portfolio of brands dedicated to high volume output, speedy service, consistency and space saving kitchen designs.

Perfect the art of a crisp chip with our huge range of Frymaster fryers, or grill the best burgers in town with thanks to the affordable Trueheat range. Plus with a staff filled with Chefs and industry experts, you’re guaranteed to find the right solution for any QSR need.

A new way to grill to perfection

Find out how Garland XPress Grill gives you perfectly cooked food each time. 

Say goodbye to flipping burger patties and not being able to leave the station while cooking to ensure that you achieve that perfect grill.

Addressing QSRs priorities — food quality and speed in preparation — Garland XPress Grill ensures that the food is cooked to perfection and cuts the cooking time to half.

A 120 gram burger that usually takes about seven minutes to cook can be ready within 90 seconds using Garland XPress Grill. This innovative equipment helps QSRs double their production by reducing cook time by at least 50% while ensuring food quality and consistency.

What you can cook with the Garland XPress Grill is not limited to burger patties and steaks. You can cook a wide range of food with it like paninis, sandwiches, bacon, hash browns, chicken or fish — just to name a few. 

So what’s so special with this grill? The Garland XPress Grill has lower and upper heated grill surfaces that cook both sides automatically and simultaneously with just a single push of a button. This cuts the cooking time by at least half, essentially doubling productivity in the same space.  Once the menu is set, the XPress Grill’s top plates seal your product and the cooking time begins automatically and alerts you when it’s done, so you never have to worry about food being over or undercooked. This ensures your product will come out perfectly cooked, as intended. 

Going into more details, here are the key features of this new game-changing grill that should convince you to give it a try:

Smart dual-surface grills

Garland XPress Grill has cooking flexibility that comes in various sizes and configurations — and now with cook heights of up to two inches which allows you to cook basically any type of product.

It also has multi-stage cooking that provides the ability to program extra steps within the same recipe, as many as you need, up to 10. This means you can have one stage for cooking, a second one to finish it, and a third one, say for melting cheese or adding seasoning. Using thoughtful engineering design, the Garland XPress Grill’s actuator arm, with cast aluminum components, is controlled by a microprocessor for perfect gapping accuracy for your perfect grill.

These smart dual surface grills are available in single lane - 300mm, double lane - 600mm, and triple lane - 900mm widths, providing flexibility to fit your operational requirements.

Easy to use controllers

While it would take an average of three weeks to train someone to use a flat grill, anyone can easily learn to use the Garland XPress Grill with its easy-to-operate interface.

It uses easyTouch screen design that is simple yet intuitive with a ‘press and go’ interface. Your menu can be pre-loaded to grill almost anything, and it can be easily updated via USB for consistency among sites. With just a tap on the screen, the grill will automatically start cooking the food on both sides at the same time, ensuring better quality for half the time it would take on a conventional grill.

The Garland XPress Grill also has an advanced temperature control that delivers consistent precise core temperatures, ensuring that there is no overshoot and undershoot. It also offers temperature uniformity with five independently controlled heat zones — three on the plate, two on the platen. Each lane can also be set to a different temperature for multiple menu choices that you want to cook at the same time.

After a productive day, users can rest easy knowing that cleaning the Garland XPress Grill is a simple process too. The teflon sheets on upper platens prevents food from sticking, and its simplified sloped design, with a single shaft platen lift assembly allows convenient access to the back areas.

“We want to make it easy for our customers to be more productive and, at the same time, raise the bar on food quality. There is no need to choose between speed and food quality.  The Garland XPress Grill proves you can beef up your grilling game with no additional space or manpower — it really is a game changer,” says Paul Gruar, National Accounts Manager, of Comcater. 

 

Speak to a QSR foodservice equipment specialist to discover how to grill to perfection and increase your speed of service without compromising food quality. Contact Comcater on 1300 309 262 or visit www.comcater.com.au 

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