Expert Repairs for Commercial Pizza Tables
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Commercial pizza tables greatly increase the speed and productivity of your commercial kitchen. Using these specialized food prep tables, you can keep your customers happy by making assembly a snap. On the other hand, if this appliance breaks down or fails to perform like it should, it could result in a devastating loss of business. Keep this from happening by calling on the experts at Mr. Appliance®!
We also offer flat-rate pricing on all of our repair services, which means that you pay by the job – not by the hour. You will never receive a bill for overtime charges, even if the service takes longer than expected, so schedule your next appliance repair or maintenance service with us today.
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Types of Commercial Pizza Tables
Commercial pizza tables keep ingredients close at hand and fresh using refrigeration. Designed specifically for pizza parlors, they typically feature a durable stainless steel construction, an extra wide cutting board, and raised ingredient rails to prevent toppings from mixing together.
The top surface of the table is used for food preparation and assembly, while also housing ingredients for easy access. They also include a refrigerated cabinet below for storing additional ingredients. Pizza tables can also be used for sandwich making, salad preparation, and salad storage.
Forced Air Units
Forced air pizza tables cool the base and rail zone using a coil. Because they use a single coil to manage both temperature zones, they operate best in low heat and humidity.
Wrapped Cooling Systems
By using copper lines wrapped around the tank or opening, wrapped wall or conductive cooling style systems transfer cold through the walls of the unit.
Commercial pizza tables are also available in a variety of configurations—including doors, drawers or a combination of both. Operations with a variety of ingredients should opt for higher pan configurations so that you can have an assortment of pan sizes available for organizing ingredients.
Common Issues with Commercial Pizza Tables
If you are having problems with your commercial pizza table, you could be dealing with more than one issue. For this reason, you should leave the repairs up to an experienced professional.
The compressor stopped working.
This may be a simple problem, like the power being turned off or unplugged, or something more serious like a blown fuse or tripped circuit breaker. If this is not the case, check to see if the thermostat setting is too warm or the unit is defrosting.
The temperature is too cold.
Check the thermostat setting and reset it if necessary. If this is not the issue, the cabinet may be overloaded with product—which could be blocking compressor circulation. You should remove or rearrange the products as needed.
The temperature is too warm.
Check the thermostat setting and vents for items blocking air circulation. Make sure the doors are closed when not in use and that they are not left open. You should also clear the area around the unit so that it has room to breathe.
Food in ingredient areas repeatedly spoil.
Commercial pizza tables residing in warm locations, like next to an oven or in direct sunlight, could be suffering from spoilage due to poor location. This can also cause the cabinet to have difficulty in maintaining proper temperature.
The door won’t close snuggly.
If you are having trouble closing the door on your commercial pizza table, this could be an indication that the cabinet is not at level. In other cases, the door may not be seating properly in the hinge or the seal is simply defective.
The professional service technicians at Mr. Appliance can keep your kitchen operating at peak efficiency by quickly and correctly addressing any commercial kitchen issues you are facing.
Why is it important for a professional to service your appliances?
Professional service and maintenance can help you safeguard against temperature issues that result in bacterial growth and food borne illness. Well-maintained commercial pizza tables also last longer, use less energy and house fewer bacteria than poorly maintained prep tables. Prevent the untimely or unexpected breakdown of your appliances by scheduling preventative maintenance today.