Heated displays work to keep food hot and are used in from pizza shops, to supermarkets and cafes. Designed to display food well and provide easy access in the form of standard display cabinet with shelves or Bain Marie setup can be either built as a dry or wet deck module (dry - hot chips, wet dishes - sweet and sour pork).

The typical heated environment ranges between for example 30-90 degrees Celsius or 86–194 degrees Fahrenheit with an open close door rate of 50 openings per hour. Usually built with toughened double glazed glass to achieve a high efficiency design and maximize viewing exposure.

Choose from sloped or flat shelf designs with standard lighting or with LED lighting. Designs range from square, angled and curved profiles and inserts to suit interior designers choice. With a range of companies providing different lengths, depths and heights, profiles and quality. Select from leading heated food display and merchandising food display unit companies for the best solution.

  • Heated Displays
  • Heated Food Slides

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Festivé

Festivé specialises in high performance food display cabinetry. Minimalist framing, uncluttered interiors and elegant design allow Festivé cabinets to maximise.

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International Catering Equipment

Importers and suppliers of commercial kitchen equipment from such brands as Anvil, Hamilton Beach, Inomak, Mecnosud, Nemco, Orved, Sayl and Skymsen

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FPG

Specialist manufacturer of robust temperature controlled food display solutions with a strong emphasis on temperature compliance, performance and efficiency.

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