Recently Tower installed a new Palux Combi Oven in a small restaurant near Warwick Castle.
The install would have been quick and simple except for one ‘minor error’ in the pre-installation survey conducted by the Restaurant owner. The owner knew that the building had a 3 phase electrical supply and assumed that the kitchen was on that circuit. Unfortunately, the 3 phase stopped outside the kitchen.
So, before installing the Palux, it was necessary to run the 3 phase power into the kitchen. If there had been no 3-phase in the building then the project would have proved to be something of a nightmare.
This is one example of why a professional pre-installation site survey is always recommended prior to the purchase and installation of new commercial catering equipment.