Hot Food Trolleys – for Moving and Serving Hot Food
If you simply need to keep food hot before serving, or even have it served from a Bain Marie section on a trolley – Corsair Engineering can deliver. Find out more about our hot food trolleys below:
In many places, service points can be far away from the main kitchen. Such examples include hospitals, the custodial estate, banqueting events and even some large catering operations. As food transportation specialists, Corsair ensures that your food is served in prime condition, all of the time. This is regardless of distance and whether the food is plated or transported in bulk.
Hot Food Serving Trolleys – Product Range
We supply a range of high quality hot trolleys for several establishments.
What are Heated Food Trolleys used for?
Heated food trolleys and hot cupboards are used to keep larger batches of cooked food warm, ready to be served. Several different environments and businesses can take advantage of these units. The most common places are nursing homes, hospitals, school canteens and prisons. They are not designed to cook food, instead keeping food at controlled temperatures suitable for serving. These temperatures are usually managed using manual or digital controls.
Cooked food is stored in GN containers before being decanted into the bain marie unit for serving. An overhead heated gantry ensures that food is kept hot even after it has been removed from the hot cupboard.
Hot cupboards can be static units or manufactured with castors to allow transportation. For example, a nursing home may rely and benefit from using a hot food trolley with castors installed. It would be normal procedure to have food taken around to each individual.
The addition of a bain marie section can further enchance your hot food trolley. This turns the hot cupboard into an even more efficient serving area. The bain marie is heated from below and if a heated gantry is used, from above too. This ensures the food stays hot even when it is out of the hot cupboard. The bain marie section is independently heated and thermostatically controlled.