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  • Hygiene: complete personal safety

    Park safety isn’t just about avoiding accidents. An unhygienic BBQ is probably the greatest danger.

    Outdoor cooking systems must cope with exposure to the elements and even local fauna.

    There’s also a steady stream of visitors. So keeping the hotplate clean is crucial.

    That’s why the surface of Christie hotplates and bench tops are nonporous.

    The hotplates have no welds, creases or deep corners to trap food or hide germs and bacteria. Every Christie hotplate is pressed from a single sheet of high grade stainless steel.

    Cleanliness alone however, is not enough to defeat dangerous germs and bacteria.

    Every Christie CC2 has a patented program to kill harmful bacteria and germs every time it’s switched on.

    It does this by reaching a prescribed minimum sterilising temperature very rapidly and continuing to heat throughout the entire pre-heat process.

    temp_hotplateThis process self-sterilises the hotplate and then indicates when cooking may commence. The CC2 then maintains the correct cooking temperature throughout the entire cooking cycle.

    Inferior or low-powered systems often fail to reach and maintain this safe temperature in the corners and around the perimeter of the hotplate.

    When the temperature is too low, bacteria and other micro-organisms will survive and multiply, contaminating food.

    Christie Parksafe. began business as an Electrical Engineering and Contracting company operating on the Mornington Peninsula area of Victoria, Australia. In the early 1970’s they perceived the need for easy access to outdoor entertaining and conceived the idea of producing fixed electrical public cooking facilities in attractive environmental outdoor settings for public use. In 1974 they began selling these products to Municipal Councils throughout Australia; with the most prominent being the highly successful number along Alexandra Avenue on the bank of the Yarra River in Melbourne. In addition there are in excess of 500 units on Queensland’s Gold Coast and 500 units in Australia’s Capital, Canberra.: