Blast Chillers 70 kg - 10 GN 2/1
Chilling means bringing the temperature of cooked food from +90ºC to +3°C in a short time lap which does not
allow bacterial growth .Electrolux Blast Chillers reduce temperature from +90ºC to +3°C at food core in less
than 90 minutes: the model detailed on this sheet performs this cycle up to a 70 kg full load. After the Blast
Chilling a holding cycle starts automatically to maintain food at +3°C. Blast chilled food has a solid 5 days shelf
life without loss of flavour, nutritional values and weight. The opportunity to prepare in a single shot the food to
be used in different times during the week enables a better work scheduling and therefore a sensible reduction
in labour costs.
Cruise: the chiller automatically sets
the parameters for the quickes and
best chilling (it works by probe).
Soft Chilling (Air temperature –2°C).
Hard Chilling (Air temperature
All the probe-driven cycles feature
ARTE (Algorithm for Remaining Time
Estimation) to make planning the
Holding at +3°C (automatically
activated at the end of each cycle).
Turbo cooling: the chiller works
continuously at the desired
temperature. Ideal for continuous
It is possible to operate by time or
The control unit provides several
operating settings: time/core
temperature according to NF and UK
according to national regulations,
sterilizing cycle: UV lamps built-in (on
request), 3 single sensor core
temperature probes (as accessory),
ideal for meats, automatic defrosting
and manual defrosting. All parameters
3-sensor core probe as standard.
The control unit provides two large
displays to read out: time, core
temperature, cycle countdown,
alarms, service information.
Two customizable cycles (P1 & P2)
for each operating mode, allowing to
set the time and air temperature.
These programs can be converted
into ice-cream specialized cycles
(shape maintainance and holding).
All information related to the
different operating models are
recorded: date, time, cycle, core
temperature, holding temperature,
An audible alarm starts when the
cycle ends or terminates abnormally.
Blast Chilling cycle: 70 kg from
+90°C up to + 3°C in less than 90
Chilling times can vary according to
food quantity, density, moisture
contents and type of containers.
Chilling capacity according to NF*
regulations is 44 kg.