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Soda Fountains & Equipment

A soda fountain is a device that dispenses carbonated drinks. They can be found in restaurants, concession stands and other locations such as convenience stores. The device combines syrup (commonly dispensed from a Bag-In-Box), carbon dioxide, and water to make soft drinks.

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Sneeze Guards

A sneeze guard is to guard the public from foodborne illnesses or food poisoning. There are many stringent health regulations especially on food carts or places where food is displayed.

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Snack Bar Units

A snack bar usually refers to an inexpensive food counter that is part of a permanent structure where snack foods and light meals are sold. A beach snack bar is often a small building situated high on the sand. Besides soft drinks, candies and chewing gum, some snack bars sell hot dogs, hamburgers, french fries, potato chips, corn chips and other foods. While this is usually the case, sometimes "snack bar" refers to a small café or cafeteria. Various small, casual dining establishments might be referred to as a "snack bar," including a beverage and snack counter at a movie theater and/or a small deli.

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Slush Machines

Frozen uncarbonated beverages are made by freezing a non-carbonated juice or liquid. These machines do not require a pressure chamber, and so are much cheaper and easier to maintain. These machines usually have attractive clear product hoppers, and can fit on a counter top. They make a slightly wetter slush. They are notable in the wide variety of drinks they create, including coffee-flavored ices and alcoholic drinks like margaritas and daiquiris.

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Slicers, Mechanical-Hand Operated

A mechanical or hand slicer is used in restaurants & delis to slice meats or cheese by hand.

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Slicers, Food-Electric

An electric meat slicer, also called a slicing machine, deli slicer or simply a slicer, is a tool used in butcher shops, delicatessens, restaurants & supermarkets to slice meats and cheeses.

More recently, meat slicers have become available in the home market for people wanting to slice their own meats and cheeses.

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Sinks, Underba

Underbar sinks are recessed under the bar or counter.

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Sinks, Kitchen

a sink or basin is a bowl-shaped fixture that is used for washing hands or small objects.They can be made of plastic, ceramic or most popular in restaurants are stainless steel sinks.

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Shelving, Steel & Wood

Steel & wood shelving are horizontal surfaces used to store things.

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Shelving, Plastic

Plastic shelving are flat horizontal surfaces used to store things.

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Seating, Food Court

Food courts consist of a number of vendors at food stalls or service counters. Meals are ordered at one of the vendors and then carried to a common dining area. Food is usually eaten with plastic silverware. Typical North American and European food courts have mostly fast food chains with perhaps a few smaller private vendors.

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Seating, Auditorium & Theater

Stadium seating or auditorium seating is a characteristic seating arrangement that is most commonly associated with performing-arts venues, and derives its name from stadiums, which typically use this arrangement. In stadium seating, most or all seats are placed higher than the seats immediately in front of them so that the occupants of further-back seats have less of their views blocked by those further forward. In addition to sports venues and performing arts venues, many other venues that require clear audience views of a single area use stadium seating, including religious institutions, lecture halls, and movie theaters.

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Saws, Meat Cutting-Power

An electric meat cutting saw is a saw designed for cutting meat specifically.

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Sandwich & Salad Units, Refrigerated

A refridgerated (or non) sandwich unit is usually a glassed in shelf where customers can see the sandwich before they order.

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Salad Bars

A salad bar is a buffet-style table or counter at a restaurant on which salad components are provided for customers to assemble their own salad plates. Most salad bars provide lettuce, chopped tomatoes, assorted raw, sliced vegetables (such as cucumbers, carrots, celery and green or red bell peppers), dried bread croutons, bacon bits, shredded cheese, and various types of salad dressing. Some salad bars also have additional food items such as cooked cold meats (e.g., chicken and ham), cooked beans (e.g., chick peas or kidney beans), deviled eggs, cold pasta salads, corn chips, bread rolls, soup, and fresh cut fruit slices.

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Safes & Vaults

A vault is a secure space where money, valuables, records, and documents can be stored. It is intended to protect their contents from theft, unauthorized use, fire, natural disasters, and other threats, just like a safe. But unlike safes, vaults are an integral part of the building within which they are built, using armored walls and a tightly fashioned door closed with a complex lock.

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Rotisseries

Rotisserie is a style of roasting where meat is skewered on a spit - a long solid rod used to hold food while it is being cooked over a fire in a fireplace or over a campfire, or roasted in an oven. This method is generally used for cooking large joints of meat. The rotation cooks the meat evenly in its own juices and allows easy access for continuous basting if desired.

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Roasters

A device for roasting meat

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Rental, Supplies & Equipment

Rental supplies and equipment is for those establishments that prefer not to purchase supplies but rather rent them on an as needed basis. This can be both space and cost effective.

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Refrigeration Equipment, Walk-In

Walk in refridgerators are units that are like closets in that one can walk in to get the desired cold food or frozen foods.

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Tea Making & Dispensing Equipment

Tea making equipment can include, teapots, Iced teas dispensers, tea thermometers, pitchers,tea ball infusers, coasters, trays as well as many items to make Japanese teas and their ceremonial tea making accessories.

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Tables, Room Service

A room service table is usually a small, rectangular table on wheels that hotels or restaurants use to deliver food easily to somewhere other than the dining room.

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Tables, Pedestal

A pedestal table has a one column support for a tabletop.

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Tables, Outdoor

Outdoor table are ususally made of durable materials to withstand inclement weather. They can include patio tables, benches, bistro tables as well as garden carts and outdoor ottomans.

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Tables, Kitchen

The common kitchen table is usually round, square or recangular in shape and seats between 4 & 6 people.

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Tables, Counters, Restaurant

Countertop refers to a horizontal worksurface in kitchens/ restaurants and other food preparation areas, It is frequently installed upon and supported by cabinets. The surface is positioned at an height for the user and the particular task for which it is designed. A countertop may be constructed of various materials, both natural and manmade, each with its particular attributes with respect to functionality, durability, and aesthetics and may incorporate or house appliances or accessory items relative to the intended application.

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Tables, Banquet Room & Folding

Banquet tables are traditionally used by restaurants and caterers for setting up temporary buffets. They are also popular among retailers and vendors at trade shows for displaying products, and for use as temporary desks. Folding tables are produced in many sizes, configurations, and designs. They can be made from plastic, metal, wood, and other materials. Folding tables fold by having legs that bend on a hinge located at the connection point between the table top and the leg. The leg is designed to fold and fit securely against the underside of the table top, while remaining attached.

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Tables, Bakers

A bakers table is usually a rectangular table with a wood top used for baking, especially rolling dough, and for cookie cutters. They come in a variety of sizes depending on how much a pastry chef might need.

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Table Tops

Table tops can be round, square or rectangular. They can also be interchangeable.

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Swimming Pool Equipment

Swimming pools equipment can consist of safety fencing, chemicals, filters, pumps, heaters, generators,liners, covers, & toys & games.

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Strip Doors

Strip Doors are used throughout industrial, commercial and institutional structures, both indoors and outdoors. You can see through them, walk through them and drive through them. Plastic strip doors are made up of a series of overlapping flexible vinyl strips that are transparent, odorless and non-toxic. The strips part only enough to let a person or truck pass through. The balance of the strips remain closed, with the parted strips falling right back into place after passage, ensuring minimum loss of expensive heated or cooled air.

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Stools, Bar & Counter

A stool or seat, usually high and having a round, cushioned top, of a type often used for seating customers at a bar.

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Steam Tables

A boxlike table or counter, usually of stainless steel, with receptacles in the top into which containers of food may be fitted to be kept warm by steam or hot water in the compartment below.

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Steam Cookers

A food steamer or steam cooker is a kitchen appliance used to prepare various foods in a sealed vessel that limits the escape of air or liquids below a preset pressure.

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Steam Cleaners

Vapor steam cleaners or steam vapor systems are cleaning appliances or devices that use steam to quickly dry, clean, and sanitize surfaces. Often the process is effective enough to disinfect or even sterilize the surfaces. The steam is produced in a boiler that heats tap water to high temperatures to produce low-pressure , water vapor. The steam's ability to clean is based primarily on its heat. The steam is applied to cleanable surfaces, thereby safely providing the energy needed to break soil bonds and release contaminants into water suspension, after which they can be removed by wiping or vacuuming. This process uses very little water compared to carpet cleaners or other cleaning devices which use hot water instead of steam and are incorrectly called steam cleaners. Vapor steam cleaners are cited as examples of green cleaning since they do not require the use of chemical cleaning solutions. They are growong in popularity because of steam vapor's ability to kill germs and in some cases disinfect without the use of chemical disinfectants. Steam vapor has also been cited as effective in killing dust mites in carpet, bedding & upholstery.

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Stanchions & Decorative Rope

A stanchion is an upright bar or post, often providing support for some other object. An architectural term applied to metal supporting members of lighting mounted from a lower elevation. In restaurant installations, walkway lighting may be mounted with a stanchion that is secured to a hand-rail). Stanchion Lights are typically spaced 50' along walkways. Stanchions and velvet rope Portable posts used to manage lines and can also be Fixed posts with decorative ropes in restaurants and hotels.

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Stainless Steel

Stainless steel, also known as inox steel or inox f, is defined as a steel alloy with a minimum of 10.5 or 11% chromium. Stainless steel does not stain, corrode, or rust as easily as ordinary steel, but it is not stain-proof. There are different grades and surface finishes of stainless steel to suit the envirnment it must endure.Stainless steel is used where both the properties of steel and resistance to corrosion are required. Stainless steel is often found in restaurant kitchens where it can withstand constant use.

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Stages, Mobile & Folding

The portable staging systems are for all types of venues and events. You can create a customized performance stage or raised flooring system without the time and expense of having one custom-built. You can choose the riser height and add guardrails, stairs and skirting in whatever configurations you design. It’s quick and easy to design your own custom stage. Most are lightweight, simple to assemble, store and transport. They can be lightweight,sturdy and rugged. These portable systems can also be rented .

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Solariums

Similar to a Sunroom, a room built largely of glass to afford exposure to the sun. Solariums have glass roofs (and often curved glass corners), unlike sunrooms. Solariums are designed for warmth, whereas sunrooms are designed for scenic view.

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Soft Serve Equipment & Products

The first commercial offering of soft serve ice cream was in 1938 by J.F. "Grandpa" McCullough and his son Alex McCullough, future co-founders of the Dairy Queen chain of soft serve and fast food restaurants. Soft serve is generally lower in milk-fat (3% to 6%) than ice cream (10% to 18%) and is produced at a temperature of about −4 °C compared to ice cream, which is stored at −15 °C. A warmer temperature allows the taste buds to detect more flavor Soft serve contains air, introduced at the time of freezing. The air content, called overrun, can vary from 0% to 60% of the total volume of finished product. The amount of air alters the taste of the finished product. Product with low quantities of air has a heavy, icy taste and appears more yellow. Product with higher air content tastes creamier, smoother and lighter and appears whiter. The optimum quantity of air is determined by the other ingredients and individual taste. It is generally accepted that the ideal air content should be between 33% and 45% of volume. More than this and the product loses taste, tends to shrink as it loses air and melts more quickly than that with less air. All ice cream including soft serve must be frozen quickly to avoid crystallization. With soft serve, this is accomplished by a special machine at the point of sale. Pre-mixed product is introduced to the storage chamber of the machine where it is kept at +3°C. When product is drawn from the draw valve, fresh mix combined with the targeted quantity of air is introduced to the freezing chamber either by gravity or pump. It is then churned and quick frozen and stored until required. It is usually served by being pumped out of a soft serve machine in circular swirls rather than served in scoops.

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