Welbilt Restaurant Supply
Welbilt needed a team of engineers to help develop parts and perform validation testing for an oil fryer.
Occam performed a complete firmware design and sensory motor technology.
Occam provided Welbilt with a completely re-designed system with motor control and communication sub-systems.
Welbilt was provided with verification and validation testing to ensure the product met requirements.
- Sensory Development
- Hardware design
- Validation testing
Re-designing Firmware for the Oil Conserving Fryer
Welbilt’s mission is to create value for customers, employees and shareholders by integrating food, technology and people to build and deliver the highest quality and most innovative products and systems, offer best-in-class global service, and enable healthy and safe food experiences. They connect food, people and equipment into a single kitchen ecosystem, with customized system solutions that are perfectly tailored to respond to customers everyday needs. Welbilt’s goals are to help customers find the right solution to these challenges, whilst providing them with simple, intuitive design and the quickest return on investment possible.
Welbilt needed help from engineers at Occam Technology Group to re-design an oil conservation fryer. Utilized by the largest fast food chains, the oil conserving fryer supports segmented cooking, programmable product buttons, load compensation, and prompt-guided maintenance procedures. The controller makes these fryers user friendly and labor-efficient. It even monitors and reports on oil level, oil life, cook counts, and fryer performance. Occam Technology Group performed Hardware/Firmware/Systems requirements and design reviews, as well as, generation and implementation of a complete verification and validation process prior to re-release and market trials. Occam Technology Group performed a complete Firmware re-design and development of sensor, thermal, power, motion control and communication (LON/CAN/Zigbee) sub-systems.