Waldorf Bold delivers a new aesthetic approach enhancing the Waldorf 800 Series’ widely appreciated speed, power and efficiency.
If your kitchen needs to attract and enthral as well as perform - why not make a bold choice?
Moffat has changed the rules of heavy-duty kitchen design forever - with the remarkable new Waldorf Bold range. Designed for innovative chefs who want their kitchen to look the part, the Waldorf Bold range is available in three striking vitreous enamel colours; black, burgundy and chilli red - an impervious surface applied to all non-functioning pieces.
Bold is a transformation of the 800 Series, with the same specifications and all the performance you have come to expect but with a sleek, new aesthetic twist. The Waldorf Bold vitreous enamel colour coating is available in the following product lines: Bench Tops, Chargrills, Commercial Cooktops, Deep Fryers, Griddles, Griddle Toasters, Induction Cooktops, Ovens, Oven Ranges, Pasta Cookers, Salamanders and Target Tops.
Commercial Kitchen Equipment – The Power & The OptionsWaldorf's 28MJ advanced performance open burners give full heat control across the entire spectrum, ensuring you'll never be short on performance when you really need it. Made from cast iron for long-term durability, they have a forged brass cap for consistency of flame spread. The non-clogging design ensures optimum burner operation. Robust gas controls are easy to use and designed to withstand the rigors of a busy commercial kitchen.
Waldorf Bold gives you the power to design your own workspace. The creative possibilities are almost endless.
Need an Oven to go under that Griddle? A Gas Cooktop with storage underneath? Are you desperate for extra refrigeration? With a range of tops and bottoms available as individual units, Waldorf Bold enables you to configure your kitchen just about any way you like.
Create the layout you desire, mix and match tops and bottoms for your perfect result!
The Bold TechniqueHow does Waldorf apply the colour and make it stick? The process behind the sleek and durable new look of the Waldorf Bold is both centuries old and cutting edge. First put to use by ancient Persians, to be vitreous is to be ‘like glass’, and the vitreous enamelling of a surface leaves it hard, shiny and non-porous.
Vitreous enamel is indeed made up of the same materials used in glass. These are then combined with clays and end up as an enamelling ‘frit’. The enamelling process fuses the enamel ‘frit’ to the base steel panel through a firing procedure. Once fired at a temperature of 840-860°C the ‘enamelling’ provides a vitreous surface coating on the steel that is both decorative and functional.
The result? An extremely temperature resistant surface with toughness akin to that found in enamelled cast iron baths and high quality cookware. Couple this with the well-earned reputation of the Waldorf brand and impeccable performance; it’s no doubt this brand new range is making a bold impression.