Tortilla Masters TM105 Ventura Flex Tabletop Corn Tortilla Machine
Nothing separates a restaurant from the competition like fresh ingredients. And when it comes to Mexican food that will turn new customers into repeat clients, nothing is better than a freshly made corn tortilla.
Whether for the main dish or as the basis for delicious tacos, a freshly made corn tortilla simply can't be matched.
The challenge in the past for restaurant managers, chefs and owners has been efficiently producing fresh corn tortillas while minimizing manpower.
Fortunately today there is a solution to economically and efficiently producing delicious corn tortillas. It's the Ventura Flex, tabletop corn tortilla machine from Tortilla Masters. Whether you need a dozen or lots of tortillas, the Ventura Flex produces beautiful tortillas with a standardized size that you control.
Ventura Flex is an easy to use restaurant quality, tabletop machine that meets UL and NSF standards. If you're searching for the key to easy making tortillas, choose Ventura Flex.
A fresh corn tortilla will fulfill your customers desire for a traditional Mexican meal.
If you are a restaurant owner and are concerned about providing a meal with the taste of Mexico, a freshly made tortilla will deliver a superior taste. Compared to regular, pre-packaged tortillas, freshly made tortillas will remain warm and soft for a longer period of time.
Small yet powerful
The convenience of the Ventura Flex is solidified through its size and production capabilities. The sturdy design includes a solid stainless steel frame with small, yet powerful high-caliber components. The machine can be placed over a table, occupying a small space of 2 x 2 ft.
Full production capabilities include producing up to 840 tortillas per hour. For restaurants, the size and number of griddles you have will influence how many tortillas you can make per hour. The speed control feature allows for customized production control for each meal period.
How long do fresh tortillas stay warm?
We conducted a test by putting 500 tortillas in an ice chest. The results were measured from the first 100 tortillas.
- The starting temperature was recorded at 144 degrees Fahrenheit.
- After one hour, it measured 130 degrees.
- After two hours, the batch was measured at 112 degrees.
- Three hours later, the measurement was 103 degrees.
- After four hours, the final measurement was recorded at 95 degrees.
Tortilla Masters TM105 Features
- Produces up to 840 raw torillas per hour
- Stainless steel construction
- Interlocked covers and doors
- Food grade plastic rollers
- Tortilla thickness: 1 to 2 milimeters
- Tortilla size - 4" to 6-1/4"
- Electrical specifications: 115 Volts, 60 Hertz, 1 Phase, 2 amps
- Includes a 6' power cord with a NEMA 5-15P plug
- NSF Listed
- ETL listed
Optional Accessories: Tortilla Cutters Item Raw Tortilla Cooked Tortillas Equivalent to Inches Cooked Tortillas TC10 10 Cms. 9 Cms. 3 1/2" TC11 11 Cms. 10 Cms. 4" TC12 12 Cms. 11 Cms. 4 5/16" TC13 13 Cms. 12 Cms. 4 3/4" TC14 14 Cms. 13 Cms. 5 1/8" TC15 15 Cms. 14 Cms. 5 1/2" TC16 16 Cms. 15 Cms. 6"
|Ship Weight||128.00 LB|
|Manufacturer Part #||TM105|
|Base Material||Stainless Steel|
|Tortilla Production||840 Tortilla Per Hour|