Commercial Steam Table

Steam tables are named for the manner in which they keep food warm. Instead of applying heat directly to the bottom of food pans, which can lead to overcooking and wasted product, these tables instead heat water, creating steam that surrounds the bottom of the pans with a gentle, even heat. However, there are some models available that use dry heat, resulting in easier operation and cleanup. More

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Advance Tabco B5-240-B-SB
Advance Tabco B5-240-B-SB 77.75" Portable Steamtable Hot Food Unit w/...

KaTom #: 009-B5240BSB

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Advance Tabco SW-2E-120
Advance Tabco SW-2E-120 Hot Food Table w/ 2 Wells, Infinite Control, 3...

KaTom #: 161-SW2E120

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Vollrath 38105
Vollrath 38105 5 Well Hot Food Table - (5)Thermostat, Plate Rest, Cutt...

KaTom #: 175-38105

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Advance Tabco HF-3E-120-DR
Advance Tabco HF-3E-120-DR 34" Hot Food Table w/ 3 Wells, Cabinet Base...

KaTom #: 161-HF3E120DR

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Vollrath 38004
Vollrath 38004 4 Well Hot Food Table - Thermostat, Plate Rest, Cutting...

KaTom #: 175-38004

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Steam tables are available powered by either electricity or gas. Gas steam tables can be powered by natural gas, which is often piped into commercial kitchens, or propane, which is available in tanks for on-the-go operations. Electric steam tables usually have a cord and plug for easy installation. If you have access to both electricity and gas, you may consider checking local pricing to find the most cost-effective power source.

KaTom's selection of commercial steam tables includes units with as few as two up to as many as six wells, so you can find the unit that works best for the volume of food you will be serving. Each well holds a full-size pan, and can also accommodate certain fractional pans. Some units have accessories available such as adaptor plates and bars to allow the use of pans as small as one-sixth size, which can be useful for items like toppings and condiments.

Other options available on commercial steam tables include storage under the table, on a solid or slatted shelf, an attached cutting board for food prep, and a tray slide for buffet applications.

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