Commercial Sandwich Prep Table Repairs

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If you own a food service establishment, such as a sandwich shop or salad bar, refrigerated food prep tables like commercial sandwich units are essential to your business. By offering storage and prep space for ingredients and assembly, these tables greatly increase the speed of your kitchen operations. Don’t sacrifice the efficiency of your business operations by ignoring a broken or defective appliance!

Call on the commercial appliance repair experts at Mr. Appliance® for fast and effective service on your schedule. Whether you need us to stop by in the morning or later in the afternoon, you can count on us to get the job done with minimal disruption to your business.

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Types of Commercial Sandwich Prep Tables

Commercial sandwich prep tables are a type of refrigerated food prep table used to keep ingredients cool and easily accessible. They feature a work area for assembling sandwiches and keep pans of food at a handy distance for assembly, maintaining ingredients at safe temperatures to protect against bacterial growth and food borne illness. Refrigerated cabinets below the table store additional ingredients.

There are many kinds of refrigerated food prep tables, including:

  • Forced Air Units
    These commercial sandwich units use a coil that cools the base and rail zone. These types of units operate better in areas with low heat and humidity.
  • Conductive Cooling Systems
    These units utilize copper lines wrapped around the tank or pan opening, creating a cold blanket of air above the ingredients to cool them.

Bottom storage compartment configurations may include doors, drawers, or a combination—based on your specific storage needs. They typically accommodate 6 to 15 pans, depending on the model. Different cover styles, backsplashes, drawers, over-shelves, pot racks, casters, removable cutting boards, sneeze guards, crumb catchers, and more are also available to help these units function efficiently.

Common Issues with Commercial Sandwich Units

Are you having issues with your commercial sandwich unit? Help is just a phone call away. Mr. Appliance can handle all of your commercial appliance repair and maintenance needs, so don’t wait any longer to schedule your service. We can handle virtually any type of problem, including the following:

  • The compressor stopped working.

    Airflow around the vents to the compressor may be blocked, causing the compressor to overheat. Check product temperatures for spoilage and contact a professional to see if the compressor needs to be repaired or replaced.

  • The unit isn’t pulling temperatures down.

    Make sure the unit has space to breathe, clearing items that may be in the way, and that nothing is blocking the vents inside. Finally, check the evaporator coil for ice. Call for service if these solutions do not fix the problem.

  • Food is repeatedly spoiling.

    This could be a location problem, such as close proximity to an oven or direct sunlight. Ambient heat can also cause items inside the unit to have difficulty maintaining temperature. Relocate the unit to prevent inefficiency and bacterial growth.

Protect your business and the health of your customers by contacting Mr. Appliance today to ensure your commercial sandwich prep tables are operating properly. The technicians at Mr. Appliance are here for you, quickly addressing issues to keep your commercial kitchen operating at peak efficiency.

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  • We charge by the job, not by the hour.

  • You get a solid quote before the work starts.

  • Our experts are courteous and highly-trained.

  • We leave your home as clean as when we arrived.

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