Commercial insulated container SINGLE

commercial insulated container
commercial insulated container
commercial insulated container
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Indicated for the meals on wheels sector or for transporting and distributing of special dietary meals in school and hospital catering. Specifically designed to transport disposable containers with dimensions 18x18 cm or GN 1/6 pans. It allows to transport a complete three course meal at differentiated temperatures (hot and chilled), thanks to the use of the eutectic plates and of the isothermal separator. The hot plate extends temperature retention during transport of hot foods, the chilled plate prolongs temperature retention during transport of chilled foods, while the isothermal separator allows insulating the hot area from the chilled area inside the container. The eutectic plates are easy to use: chilled plates: must be frozen to –3°C; hot plates: must be soaked in water with a temperature of +80°C for 30 minutes. According to the combination of plates, it is possible to transport: a meal composed by 3 hot courses; a meal composed by 3 chilled courses; a meal composed by both hot and cold courses. A neutral (non-insulated) container is available, upon request, for transporting complementary items (cutlery, beverages, bread, fruit etc.). This additional box can be fastened to the back of the Single insulated container. A lightweight, easy to use container, fitted with a practical handle for carrying and lifting. Excellent stacking and stability of the pans, also during transport. Thanks to its excellent isothermal characteristics, it keeps meals at optimum storage temperature for a long time. It assures proper heat retention, limiting the risk of bacterial proliferation whilst preserving food quality and organoleptic characteristics.


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