New Ventless Kitchen Equipment to Debut at NRA Show

Motion Technology, Inc. will introduce three new ventless kitchen products at its NRA booth May 19 to 21.




Motion Technology, Inc.

Northborough, MA - Motion Technology Inc. (MTI), manufacturer of the leading ventless kitchen deep fryer, AutoFry, is expanding their lineup at the 2018 National Restaurant Show. Today, MTI announced they will have three new products to show at their booth for attendees in need of ventless kitchen solutions. 

New Products Include:

​VentaGrill™ - The VentaGrill is a high-efficiency electric griddle with its own built in ventilation and ANSUL® R-102 Fire Suppression System.  From bacon and eggs, to burgers and steaks, VentaGrill is the perfect solution for any business looking to add grilled items to their menu, without the hassle or expense of adding a dedicated Type I hood system. Both easy to install and use, VentaGrill allows for tremendous flexibility when determining cooking and service points within a foodservice facility. 

AutoFry Mini-C™ - MTI expands their line of ventless fryers with a new, single-serve, double basket countertop model AutoFry. Appropriately named the AutoFry Mini-C, this model is compact and perfect for businesses looking to promote a made-to-order concept.  Just like its counterparts, the AutoFry Mini-C is fully automated and enclosed. Equipped with its own built in ANSUL Fire Suppression System, AutoFry keeps employees safe. AutoFry’s proprietary Simplifry™ technology offers multiple programmable presets, standby mode, heat/time compensation intelligence, and four language presets. 

MultiChef XL™ - Lastly, MTI improves their line of high speed ovens, presenting the MultiChef XL as an even faster option to its predecessor. The new MultiChef XL uses convection, rapid impinged air, bottom infrared, and precision microwave to reduce cook times without sacrificing food quality. Cooking in the MultiChef XL is simple, regardless of kitchen knowledge level. A two-step cooking process means every menu item is just a few taps away, perfect for a busy kitchen.

“Our customers are looking for easy to use kitchen equipment that can operate in unconventional spaces, so the VentaGrill was a natural extension of our business,” said Bill McMahon, MTI’s President and CEO. “Upgrading our existing AutoFry and MultiChef product lines is part of our mission to provide innovative solutions to common kitchen difficulties. Space and time are in short supply, so we’re thrilled to provide operators with the equipment enhancements they’ve been requesting.”

All three new product additions will be on display in booth #5409 at the 2018 National Restaurant Show in Chicago, IL, May 19th - 21st. To learn more, visit mtiproducts.com/new and see the new equipment Motion Technology, Inc. has to offer this spring. 

About Motion Technology, Inc. 

Motion Technology, Inc., a Northborough, MA based company, manufactures and sells ventless kitchen equipment solutions to the foodservice industry. Since 1990, Motion Technology has consistently provided the quality equipment and dedicated technical service and support to customers from small mom and pop shops to large campuses and theaters alike. For more information on Motion Technology, Inc., please call 800-348-2976 or visit MTIproducts.com.

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