Induction cooking platform begins series production


Lufthansa Technik's Induction Cooking Platform can prepare fresh food on board quickly, safely, cleanly and economically.The induction cooking platform was introduced at last year's Aircraft Interiors Expo

The platform fits into any aircraft galley, with dimensions of 570 x 269 x 4 millimeters (ARINC size 4 and installation variants) and weighs 13.5 kilograms. It is being offered as an all-in-one solution, including power unit, exhaust fan and special cover and locking systems to ensure that pots and pans remain in place even during turbulence.

“The option of preparing food freshly on board was a great attraction from the very beginning when it was presented at Aircraft Interiors Expo 2016 as a product idea in conjunction with the Ulm, Germany-based company hs2 engineering GmbH,” said a release from Lufthansa Technik. “Interest among VIP customers and commercial airlines was strengthened by the nomination of the solution as a finalist for the Crystal Cabin Award.”

Miriam Fontius and Peter Huber, Head of Production at hs2 engineering, will be at the Aircraft Interiors Expo from 4 - 6 April at Lufthansa Technik's stand (Hall 6, Booth 6B80).