Core Bun Toaster (CBT)
The Prince Castle Horizontal Toasters are the new platform in Gold Standard toasting. The horizontally stacked IRT and CBT toaster allow for running dual day parts simultaneously while providing vertical space savings.
The Core Bun Toaster (CBT) features a stainless steel belt for durability, reliability and minimum consumables. Cleaning and maintenance is easy to perform with a slide out drawer to access the belt. Capable of 22 second toasting, the CBT can run 1200+ perfect buns per hour to meet any store’s peak hours.
- Toast core buns and breakfast items simultaneously
- Adjustable compression
- Adjustible speed control
- Adjustible temperature control
- Stainless steel belt for long term reliability
- Minimal low cost consumables
- Sliding belt drawer for easy cleaning and maintenance
- Modular design for rapid servicing and troubleshooting
- Heated landing zones for core buns
- Gold quality toasting at only 455° (vs. over 550°)
- Breakfast items are fed into UHC tray to minimize product handling
- Dual sided club toasting
- Compatible with single and three phase wiring to eliminate in-store electrical wiring
- Low energy consumption with high bun temperatures
Product Spec Sheet
|Model Number||Width in (cm)||Height in (cm)||Depth in (cm)||Shipping Weight lbs (kg)||Shipping cu. ft. (cu. m.)|
|CBT-SB-NA-1PS||33.36 (84.74)||10.14 (25.74)||16.11 (40.92)||200 (90.71)||13.0 (0.36)|
|IRT-SB-NA-1PS||Infrared Toaster, North American version, single phase plug||200-240||50/60||15.5-17.75||1|
|IRT-SB-NA-3PS||Infrared Toaster, North American version, 3 phase plug||200-240||50/60||15.5-17.75||3|
|CBT-SB-NA-1PS||Core Bun Toaster, North American version||200-240||50/60||23.5-26.2||1|
Warranty & Service Info
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