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Lamps, Infra Red For Warming Or Cooking

Infrared heating uses infrared lamps, commonly called heat lamps to transmit infrared radiation to the body that is being heated. When large bodies or bodies with a large surface area need to be heated, infrared lamps are often used in banks. Infrared heat lamps are commonly incandescent bulbs which are able to produce infrared radiation. Infrared lamps have many industrial applications including curing coatings and preparing plastic for forming, commercial applications such as cooking and browning food.

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Lamps, Floor & Table

Table-top and floor lamp designs are available in a huge assortment of styles, from traditional in bronze and marble to contemporary versions in art glass (crystal) and ceramic.

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Lamps, Candle

Whether a casual eatery or fine restaurant, a nightclub, resort or hotel, attractive lamps do more than cast light. They enhance your décor, turn visits into occasions, and create a total experience for your customers. Table lighting fixtures are found in a multitude of styles, colors, and designs – from the chic and trendy to the traditional.

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Lamps, Battery Operated

The main advantage of the battery operated lamp over electric operated AC lamp is that it provides same features without the hassle of the wire, meaning you’ll be able to use and move it to places where there’s no electrical outlet is available for an extended period of time.

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Lamp Shades

A lampshade is a fixture that covers the lightbulb on a lamp to diffuse the light it emits. Conical, cylindrical, and other forms on floor-, desk-, or table top-mounted as well as suspended lamp models are the most common and are made in a wide range of materials. The term can also apply to the glass hung under many designs of ceiling lamp. Beyond its practical purpose, significant emphasis is also usually given to decorative and aesthetic features.

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Laminated Plastic For Counters, Etc.

A laminate is a material that can be constructed by uniting two or more layers of material together. The process of creating a laminate is lamination, which in common parlance refers to the placing of something between layers of plastic and gluing them with heat and/or pressure, usually with an adhesive.1 Examples of laminate materials include Formica and plywood. Formica, which refers to a specific brand name of materials by its manufacturer with the same name, and similar plastic laminates are used in the production of decorative laminates, using either a high or low pressure thermo-processing system. Decorative laminates (such as Maica Laminates, Wilsonart or Laminart) are produced with kraft papers and decorative papers with a layer of overlay on top of the decorative paper, set before pressing them with thermoprocessing into high-pressure decorative laminates.2 "Postformed" (or literally "formed after being laminated" to the substrate) high pressure laminate countertop, often referred to as "plastic laminate countertop" is a material made more of wood product than plastic. The composition is of kraft paper, decorative papers, and melamine resins, bonded through high heat and pressure. This product is sometimes referred to as "Formica" or "Arborite," but these are trade names of a manufactured high pressure laminate, of which there are many manufacturers.

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Kettles, Steam

A kettle, sometimes called a tea kettle or teakettle, is a small kitchen appliance used for boiling water. Steam kettles are placed on a stove.

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Juicers

A juicer is a tool for extracting juice from fruits, vegetables, or wheatgrass.

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Juice Fountains

Motorized juice fountains are designed to simply, conveniently, and quickly extract maximum juice results for beverages.

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Ice Transport Systems

Ice transport systems save labor while offering safety and sanitation; wheels move large quantities of cube or flake ice; gravity is used to remove ice from the bin storage section (eliminating raking).

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Ice Sculpture Molds

Ice sculpture is a form of sculpture that uses ice as the raw material. Sculptures from ice can be abstract or realistic and can be functional or purely decorative. Ice sculptures are generally associated with special or extravagant events because of their limited lifetime. The lifetime of a sculpture is determined primarily by the temperature of its environment and thus, a sculpture can last from mere minutes to possibly months.1 Ice molds, available in several designs, are filled with water and frozen to create sculptures.

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Ice Makers

An ice maker, ice generator, or ice machine may refer to either a consumer device for making ice, found inside a home freezer; a stand-alone appliance for making ice; or an industrial machine for making ice on a large scale. The term "ice machine" usually refers to the stand-alone appliance.

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Ice Crushers, Cubers & Shavers

Ice crushers crush cubes manually or automatically; ice cubers make and dispense ice cubes; automatic ice shavers are useful for finely shaving ice to create snow cones, slushies, and tropical and mixed drinks.

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Ice Cream Makers

A domestic ice cream maker or ice cream freezer is a machine used to make small quantities of ice cream at home. Ice cream makers may stir the mixture by hand-cranking or with an electric motor, and may chill the ice cream by using a freezing mixture, by pre-cooling the machine in a freezer, or by the machine itself refrigerating the mixture. An ice cream maker must freeze the mixture, and must simultaneously stir or churn it to prevent the formation of ice crystals and aerate it to produce smooth and creamy ice cream. Most ice creams are ready to eat immediately, but some, especially those containing alcohol, must be chilled further in a freezer to attain a sufficiently firm consistency. Some machines, such as certain low-priced counter-top models, require that the resulting mixture be frozen an extra four hours or more (or overnight), depending on the recipe, in order for the ice cream to harden to a desired consistency.

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Ice Cream Freezers

A domestic ice cream maker or ice cream freezer is a machine used to make small quantities of ice cream at home. Ice cream makers may stir the mixture by hand-cranking or with an electric motor, and may chill the ice cream by using a freezing mixture, by pre-cooling the machine in a freezer, or by the machine itself refrigerating the mixture. An ice cream maker must freeze the mixture, and must simultaneously stir or churn it to prevent the formation of ice crystals and aerate it to produce smooth and creamy ice cream. Most ice creams are ready to eat immediately, but some, especially those containing alcohol, must be chilled further in a freezer to attain a sufficiently firm consistency. Some machines, such as certain low-priced counter-top models, require that the resulting mixture be frozen an extra four hours or more (or overnight), depending on the recipe, in order for the ice cream to harden to a desired consistency.

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Ice Cream Cabinets

Ice cream dipping cabinet's tempered glass viewing window and interior lighting allow product to be easily seen; compartment lid handled-assembly, and serving shelf and storage racks, including drain with garden hose connector, manual defrost, independent on⁄off compressor, and light switch.

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Ice Builders

By storing refrigerating effect, in the form of ice, units provide efficient means of accommodating every possible process load that relies on recirculated cold water as its heat exchange medium.

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Hot Food Tables

Stainless steel hot food tables include those utilizing steam and for buffets, and may be outfitted with a cutting board, and multiple-plug or gas compartments.

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Hot Dog Grills Or Cookers

Hot dogs are prepared and eaten in a variety of ways. The wieners may be boiled, (roller, griddle) grilled, fried, steamed, broiled, baked, or microwaved.

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Hot Chocolate Dispensers/ Equipment

Hot chocolate dispensers/makers use chocolate shavings, drinking chocolate, or cocoa powder. The chocolate will be melted and mixed to perfect serving temperature. Some machines come with automatic mixing units for rich and creamy hot chocolate drinks.

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Ovens, Baking & Roasting

An oven is a thermally insulated chamber used for the heating, baking, or drying of a substance. It is most commonly used for cooking. In cooking, the conventional oven is a kitchen appliance and is used for roasting and heating. Food normally cooked in this manner includes meat, casseroles, and baked goods such as bread, cake, and other desserts.

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Nachos & Nachos Equipment

Nachos are a popular corn-based food of Mexican origin associated with Tex-Mex cuisine that can be either made quickly to serve as a snack or prepared with more ingredients to make a full meal. In their simplest form, nachos are tortilla chips or totopos covered in melted cheese and Salsa. Portion-pack and canned-cheese warmers, and chips with bag cheese. Models dispense from #10 cans, potion packaging, or a bag-in-box. Nacho chip warmers keep chips warm, crisp, and ready-to-serve.

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Murals & Wall Decorations

A mural is any piece of artwork painted or applied directly on a wall, ceiling, or other large permanent surface. A particularly distinguishing characteristic of mural painting is that the architectural elements of the given space are harmoniously incorporated into the picture. Wall decals are stickers that are stuck to walls and other smooth surfaces for decoration and informational purposes. They are cut with vinyl cutting machines. Wall decals are usually one color per decal, but may also come in full color varieties. Also called wall stickers, wall tattoos, and wall vinyls.

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Mobile Restaurants

A food truck, mobile kitchen, mobile canteen, or catering truck is a mobile venue that sells food. Some, including ice cream trucks, sell mostly frozen or prepackaged food; others are more like restaurants-on-wheels.

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Mixers, Food-Electric

A mixer is a kitchen appliance intended for mixing, folding, beating, and whipping food ingredients. Mixers come in two major variations, hand mixers and stand mixers. A hand mixer, as the name implies, is a hand-held mixing device. The modern electrically powered type consists of a handle mounted over a large enclosure containing the motor, which drives one or two beaters. The beaters are immersed in the food to be mixed. A stand mixer is essentially the same as a hand mixer, but is mounted on a stand which bears the weight of the device. Stand mixers are larger and have more powerful motors than their hand-held counterparts. They generally have a special bowl that is locked in place while the mixer is operating. Heavy duty commercial models can have bowl capacities well in excess of 100 quarts (95 L) and weigh thousands of pounds, but more typical home and light commercial models are equipped with bowls of around 4 quarts (4 L). A typical mixer will include a wire whip for whipping creams and egg whites; a flat beater for mixing batters; and a dough hook for kneading.

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Mixers, Drink

Drink mixers are the non-alcoholic ingredients in mixed drinks and cocktails. There are many reasons mixers are used: They change or enhance flavors or add new ones to a drink; mixers dilute the drink, lowering the alcohol by volume in the drink; they may make the drink sweeter, more sour, or more savory; some mixers change the texture or consistency of the drink, making it thicker or more watery. Drink mixers may also be used strictly for decorative purposes by changing the color or appearance of the drink.

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Mixers, Dough

A dough mixer is an appliance used for household or industrial purposes. It is used for kneading large quantities of dough. It is electrical, having timers and various controls to suit the user's needs. Some of the special features are high speed, low speed, and bowl reverse (these can be combined into a program); and a kneading bar in the center of the bowl.

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Mirrors

A mirror is an object that reflects light or sound in a way that preserves much of its original quality prior to its contact with the mirror. Some mirrors also filter out some wavelengths, while preserving other wavelengths in the reflection. The most familiar type of mirror is the plane mirror, which has a flat surface. Curved mirrors are also used, to produce magnified or diminished images or focus light or simply distort the reflected image. Mirrors are commonly used for personal grooming or admiring oneself (in which case the archaic term looking-glass is sometimes still used), decoration, and architecture.

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Mini Bars

A mini-bar is a small, private snack and beverage bar often found in upscale Western-style hotel rooms. Typically, a mini-bar comes in the form of a counter and small refrigerator stocked with a precise inventory. The room's guests can take a beverage or snack at any time during their stay. The bar is commonly stocked with small bottles of alcoholic beverages, juice, and soft drinks as well as candy, cookies, crackers, and other small snacks. Many hotels have progressed further to offer non-food items, such as socks, toiletries, and condoms. Some even use infrared or other high-tech methods of automatically recording purchases.

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Meatball Machines

A meatball is foodstuff made from an amount of ground meat rolled into a small ball, sometimes along with other ingredients, such as breadcrumbs, minced onion, spices, and possibly eggs. Meatballs are usually prepared and rolled by hand, and are cooked by frying, baking, steaming, or braising in sauce.1 Meatball machines are mainly used to process meat ball or fish ball with the material of meat, fish, shrimp, vegetable etc. It is the ideal meat ball processing equipment for hotel, restaurant, individual processing unit etc. The finished products is good looking and the size can be adjusted freely according to customers requirement. A machine is widely used in hotel, restaurant, and all kinds of meat ball processing units. Sets cutter assemblies control the meatball

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Meat Cookers

Meat cookers come in the form of rethermalizers/steamers, programmable slow cookers (buffets), roasters, pressure cookers, bamboo steamers, multi-cookers, electric ovens, etc.

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Machines, Soft Ice Cream & Milk Shake

Soft serve is a type of ice cream that is softer than regular ice cream.1 A milkshake is a sweet, cold beverage which is made from milk, ice cream, or iced milk, and flavorings or sweeteners such as fruit syrup or chocolate sauce. Soft serve ice cream machines, frozen yogurt machines, and gelato machines are a great way to add profit and customer satisfaction to your menu. Countertop or floor model soft serve machines are available in many tank sizes to fit any foodservice operation large or small. Machines are manufactured in single- and twin-flavor soft serve machines with automatic controls. If you are making professional pastries for a restaurant, a milkshake machine is the perfect tool for the kitchen. You can make a quick snack; you can make a gourmet design. You can find a machine to fit into any budget. In addition, it can also help you eat healthier.

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Lockers

A locker is a small, usually narrow storage compartment. They are commonly found in dedicated cabinets, very often in large numbers, in various public places such as locker rooms, work places, schools, transport centres, and the like. They vary in size, purpose, construction, and security. Many restaurants provide lockers for their employees.

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Lights, Flood, Spot, Etc.

Light or visible light is the portion of electromagnetic radiation that is visible to the human eye, responsible for the sense of sight.1 A floodlight is an artificial light providing even illumination across a wide area.2 A searchlight (or spotlight) is an apparatus that combines a bright light source with some form of curved reflector or other optics to project a powerful beam of light of approximately parallel rays in a particular direction, usually constructed so that it can be swiveled about.

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Lighting, Fluorescent & Neon

Fluorescence is the emission of light by a substance that has absorbed light or other electromagnetic radiation of a different wavelength. It is a form of luminescence.

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Lighting Fixtures

A light fixture, light fitting, or luminaire is an electrical device used to create artificial light and/or illumination, by use of an electric lamp. All light fixtures have a fixture body, a light socket to hold the lamp and allow for its replacement—which may also have a switch to operate the fixture, and also require an electrical connection to a power source, often by using electrical connectors (e.g. plugs) with portable fixtures. Light fixtures may also have other features, such as reflectors for directing the light, an aperture (with or without a lens), an outer shell or housing for lamp alignment and protection, and an electrical ballast and/or power supply.

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Led Message Displays

,p>Light-emitting diode (LED) is a semiconductor light source. Digital signage is a form of electronic display that shows information, advertising, menus and other messages. Digital signs can be found in public and private environments, such as retail stores,corporate buildings,and restaurants.

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Lecterns, Podiums, Stands

A lectern is a reading desk with a slanted top, usually placed on a stand or affixed to a some other form of support, on which documents or books are placed as support for reading aloud, as in a scripture reading, lecture, or sermon. To facilitate eye-contact and improve posture when facing an audience, lecterns may have adjustable height and slant. Persons generally use lecterns while standing. Lecturns are often used at restaurants when listening to a speaker.

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Laundry Machinery

A washing machine (laundry machine, clothes washer, or washer) is a machine designed to wash laundry, such as clothing, towels and sheets. The term is mostly applied only to machines that use water as the primary cleaning solution, as opposed to dry cleaning (which uses alternative cleaning fluids, and is performed by specialist businesses) or even ultrasonic cleaners.

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Lamps, Oil

An oil lamp is a man-made object used to produce light continuously for a period of time, from an oil-based fuel source. The use of oil lamps began thousands of years ago and is continued to this day. Oil lamps are a form of lighting, and were used as an alternative to candles before the use of electric lights. Oil lamps of today are primarily used for the particular ambiance they produce.

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