What are some of the most common units in Turbo Air refrigeration?
Turbo Air reach-in refrigerators and freezers are some of the most popular units available, but there is also a variety of prep tables. These come in many sizes with different cabinet base configurations, including doors, drawers, or a combination of both. Ingredients in the pan compartment at the tops of these units can be covered by domed or flat lids.
Merchandisers and display cases are also popular types of Turbo Air refrigeration equipment. These units showcase anything from bottled and packaged food to fresh deli products and baked goods. Most merchandisers and display cases are white or black, so they easily fit into any setting, but Turbo Air also has wine-colored display cases for a pop of color.
Turbo Air's undercounter and worktop refrigerators are similar in that they both provide additional storage space, but worktop units have backsplashes that make it easy to prep ingredients on their tops. Undercounter units are designed to fit under standard countertops to provide cold storage at work stations. If your counters are mounted at heights that make them accessible to those with disabilities, be sure you find a unit designated for ADA compliance. Underbar refrigeration] - which includes back-bar coolers, draft beer systems, bottle coolers, and glass chillers - can improve a bar's workflow by keeping drinks and supplies close at hand. Some of these units enable employees to prep garnishes and mix drinks on the counters or work surfaces above them.
Does Turbo Air have cooking equipment?
The Turbo Air Radiance series includges electric, natural gas, and LP gas cooking equipment. There is a variety of deck ovens, ranges, griddles, charbroilers, hot plates, stock pot ranges, wok ranges, and steam tables, as well as microwaves for rapid cooking and reheating. Ranges come in many different configurations, sometimes with charbroilers and griddles in place of burners or elements.
What accessories are available for my Turbo Air equipment?
Accessories available for Turbo Air equipment include extra shelves, shelf clips, casters, and stainless steel and adjustable legs. Removable covers for prep tables protect ingredients from contaminants and keep products fresh. Similar to covers, sneeze guards protect food on Turbo Air refrigeration buffet tables.
Some Turbo Air accessories create additional storage space, such as overshelves that mount onto the tops of undercounter units to provide places for small equipment and supplies. Half-size and full-size pan racks that hold 18-inch-by-26-inch pans are also available, while Turbo Air utility carts can be used to store and transport almost any item.