Heavy Duty Hot PlateIf you're looking to maximize your restaurant cooking capabilities, our hot plates are the perfect solution. With the ability to fry, saute, boil, and simmer, our commercial electric ranges provide all the power of a full-size gas and electric range in a compact design.
Countertop Hot PlateWhether you're running a small food establishment like a concession stand or snack bar, or a full-service restaurant looking to supplement your existing range, our countertop ranges have got you covered.
Atosa Hot PlatesOur range of Atosa Hot Plate options includes removable top grates, a bottom-mounted grease collection pan, and chrome-plated drip pans under the heating coils.
Restaurant Commercial Hot PlatesOur hot plates are not only perfect for cooking in the kitchen, but also for cooking outside of it. Use them at your serving line, table demonstration, or hotel buffet. With intuitive controls, sturdy feet, and quick-release screws for easy access to the front panel, our commercial electric ranges are built to suit your needs.
Electric Hot PlateThe best part? Hot plates allow you to cook virtually for any catering event, even in places that don't have room for a full range, like snack bars, banquet halls, and buffet lines. From a single-burner countertop range in your coffee shop to a four-burner style in your food truck, our commercial ranges are NSF Listed for sanitation and food safety.
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