What does the future hold for the ‘Crazy’ ‘Landpro’ system
A Landpro system used in the Philippines for commercial kitchens and commercial kitchens equipment is being recalled after the manufacturer found a problem with the equipment.
The manufacturer, Lutron, said in a statement on Monday that the equipment was “suspected of having been modified” and that it was being recalled to make sure it could be replaced with a “cleaner, more resilient” model.
Landpro said the company had conducted a “complete safety assessment” of the system and it “found no known problems.”
The company said it is “working closely with the Philippine National Police, and is taking the necessary steps to provide the best possible repair support for our customers and to ensure the safety of our workers.”
The “Crazy” Landpro, which was developed by Luton, uses a small, single-board computer to connect a kitchen’s cooking surfaces and cookware to a central system that converts the computer into a portable heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HEPA) system.
The system was originally designed to handle up to 6,000 meals a day.
The program was originally billed as a commercial kitchen equipment that could operate on a single board, but Landpro was reportedly given a loan of up to $5 million from the Philippine government in 2016 for the system.
It was later expanded to be used in commercial kitchens.
The company was originally supposed to ship the system to the Philippines by January, but Lutons troubles have prompted the company to delay that shipment until the new program is complete.
LandPro is the only manufacturer of commercial kitchen hardware in the world, but the company has faced criticism for a wide range of issues over the years, including a recent recall of a kitchen appliance that was used to cook the family’s dinner.
In the case of the Landpro 7, the manufacturer also faced criticism from the U.S. government after it recalled a thermostat that could heat up to 4,000 times its rated capacity.
Landtech, a company that sells Landpro equipment to companies in the U., also announced in January that it would shut down production of the System 8, the unit that would be used to make the system, saying that the company did not have sufficient inventory of the device.
LandTech has not yet made a public announcement on its plans to retire the system or on how it plans to replace the unit.
Land Pro is also facing criticism from other manufacturers, including Nest Labs, which said in February that the system would have to be replaced because of an internal flaw in the manufacturing process.
In March, Nest released a statement saying it would not be manufacturing the system for the time being.