The Air National Guard needed a rapid feeding system to support its mission in times of emergencies. They ruled out existing mobile field kitchens with open-flame burners that cause extreme heat, noise and potential carbon monoxide exposure.
Babington employed advanced closed combustion technology with ultra-efficient heat change and appliance manufacturing to create a highly mobile system designed to provide emergency feeding to military personnel, first responders and survivors.FEATURES:
- Reduced power and fuel consumption'We improved overall efficiency to squeeze the most energy from every drop of fuel. The entire system uses 60% less fuel than comparable electric kitchens.
- Improved safety, reduced heat & noise'Closed heat exchangers result in a cooler, safer and more productive workplace.
- Improved setup time'The DRMKT can be deployed in less than 30 minutes. With two serving lines, the DRMKT can feed up to 1,000 meals every hour.
Originally designed to replace the outdated gasoline M2 burner, the Powered Multi-fuel Burner consists of the Airtronic burner and a heating sled that offers the utmost in cooking versatility. The one-man portable cooker accommodates a mini-griddle, a 15-gallon stockpot and small modular oven accessory pack.
The CK-e MECC enhances the capabilities or previous containerized kitchens with noted improvements:
- All appliances are heated by Airtronic burners in closed combustion heat exchangers which eliminates noise and heat contamination while also funneling all combustion exhaust outside the kitchen.
- All appliances are insulated and thermostatically controlled, making them fuel-efficient and safe to use
- Appliances can be removed for small unit support in off-grid deployments
- Modular appliances are stackable and use a storage cabinet base, universal heating module, interchangeable cooktop module and removable exhaust hood