Diners, cafes, hotels, and cafeterias in universities and healthcare facilities are often tasked with providing hot, fresh coffee all day long. Many operators can expand their coffee capacity by investing in airpots— insulated coffee servers that help high-volume establishments keep up with demand even during peak hours. These insulated coffee servers are capable of keeping brewed coffee hot for several hours without damaging the product's taste. Airpots come in two main varieties: lever action and push button. Lever-action models tend to be easier to operate, but they can wear out faster, especially if their levers are used as handles to carry them. Push-button models are long-lasting, but some people find them difficult to use. More

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Airpots are usually sold individually, but may also be available in cases of six. Accessories like an airpot rack make it easy to keep multiple airpot coffee servers organized in a customer-facing location or behind your service counter.

Common Questions About Airpots & Coffee Dispensers

How much coffee can an airpot hold?

A single airpot may be designed to hold between 1.9 and 3.9 liters (a half gallon to 1 gallon), of coffee. If your average coffee serving is 8 ounces, a 2.2-liter airpot will keep approximately eight servings hot and ready to serve.

How long does coffee stay hot in an airpot?

Most airpots are able to keep coffee hot for 4 to 8 hours.

What is an airpot made of?

Airpots are usually made of stainless steel or plastic, with an interior insulating liner made of stainless steel or glass.

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