FCSI Southwest Chapter Educational Event - 3 CEUs
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FCSI Southwest Chapter Educational Event - 3 CEUs

3/21/2019
When: Thursday, March 21
10am-3:30pm
Where: Food Service Technology Center
12949 Alcosta Blvd., Suite 101
San Ramon, California  94583
United States
Contact: Marci Pick


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CEUs: 3

 

Join the FCSI The Americas Southwest Chapter on March 21 from 10am-3:30pm for a fun day of networking and continuing education by Eloma, Alto-Shaam and Frontier Energy! 

The cost to attend is $15 in advance and $20 at the door. Lunch is included.

Join us the night before for a Networking Reception. 

Reception Details - click here to RSVP for the reception

5-7pm, Wednesday, March 20

San Ramon Marriott

2600 Bishop Drive

San Ramon, CA 94583

 

Agenda

 

Eloma will discuss combi ovens and future proofing your kitchen designs.

In this presentation Eloma will highlight everything that makes Combis unique and detail some useful facts for consultants.


Alto-Shaam will review the Vector multi-cook oven technology and its benefits. 

This will be a live cooking demo, with the Vector Multi-Cook oven, by Chef Ryan Norman, Alto-Shaam Culinary Manager. In addition to explaining how the technology works, we’ll also be highlighting how this oven helps with addressing current industry challenges, such as labor and real estate in a kitchen (do more in smaller spaces). All while keeping product quality at the forefront and how it can apply to current food and dining trends. 


Frontier Energy will be talking about advanced equipment for dishrooms.

 

Food Service Technology Center field research has uncovered tremendous potential for energy and water savings in dishrooms and the biggest targets are the pre-rinse and dishwashing operations. Commercial dishrooms are challenging environments with hot humid conditions that offer substantial opportunities for gains in energy and water savings. David Zabrowski will review the latest FSTC research and will show case new technologies to make dishrooms operate better, safer and more efficiently.

 

As a bonus for FCSI members, David will provide a sneak peek into an ongoing ASHRAE research project focused on quantifying the heat loads associated with different types of dishroom equipment, ranging from sinks and troughs to prerinse and scrap stations to dishwashers and a demonstration of the FSTC ventilation laboratory. We can coordinate the tour during a break in the proceedings.

 

 

Traveling from out of town? Here is the recommended hotel: 

 

Best Western

803 Camino Ramon 

Danville, California 94526 

$250/night (as of February 25)

 

 

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