Eagle Foodservice Equipment has announced the introduction of new Panco cook-and-hold cabinets.
Eagle Foodservice Equipment has announced the introduction of new Panco cook-and-hold cabinets. These cabinets are designed to deliver improved efficiency and durability for the demanding requirements of commercial foodservice operations, including the ability to cook and hold menu items up to 24 hours.
Made with 18-gauge type 300 stainless steel interior and exterior walls, every cabinet features an engineered airflow design that delivers uniform convection heating, as well as a triple wall-insulated cabinet body for superior heat retention. The cabinets can cook at temperatures from 100 to 350 degrees Fahrenheit, and hold at temperatures from 145 to 200 degrees Fahrenheit.
Digital temp settings convert effortlessly from Fahrenheit to Celsius through a simple “toggle” command. Menu items can be cooked using either time or temperature probe parameters, with the unit automatically changing to “holding” mode when the cooking parameters have been met.
The new Panco cook-and-hold cabinets are available in full and half sizes. For more information on products from Eagle Foodservice Equipment, visit the Current Links section at www.canadianpizzamag.com.
Heavy cut marble in a creative slanted design … when it comes to wine, it doesn’t get much cooler than this. American Metalcraft keeps raising the bar on wine cooler design and this 2007 product introduction reiterates that point.
These elegant wine coolers dress up any table and are available in black, green and white marble. They keep wine or champagne at proper serving temperatures without ice for up to two hours.
This new addition joins an existing line that includes upright marble wine coolers (in the same black, green and white), brushed stainless steel double wall coolers that are available in an upright or slanted design, satin and mirror finished wine coolers, and acrylic wine coolers that are available in six different colours.
New heavy-duty structural floor
Master-Bilt is now offering a 5,000-pound structural floor option for walk-in coolers and freezers and refrigerated warehouses.
The new structural floor is designed to withstand a pallet jack or equivalent transporter with an evenly distributed load of up to 5,000 pounds over all four wheels. It also allows for maximum weight storage on internal shelving.
The floor consists of insulated panels made of non-conductive foamed-in-place structural pillars with plywood underlayment and .080 textured aluminum for maximum strength. For more information on this product, please visit the Current Links section at www.canadianpizzamag.com.
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