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Condiment Dispensers & Pumps
2 Pumps, 3 Wells, 27"W x 8"D x 15"H, 22 lbs Color-coded pump wells accept #10 cans. 4” deep, 1/9-size pan inserts and (2) cold packs included. Clear lid with cutouts has stay-open feature. Stainless steel construction. NSF. Warranty: 3 Year.
Giant Pelican Pump Kit with 9" dip tube and 5 interchangeable caps. Dispenses 1 oz per pump. Note: Container not included.
Super Pump Kit Note: Container not included.
Economy Pump and Cap Kit for Tablecraft Condiment Dispenser Containers Note: Container not included.
2 Pumps, 2 Trays, 21"W x 12"D x 14-3/4"H, 18 lbs
Condiment dispensers and pumps are commonly overlooked equipment in food-service establishments and restaurants, but this shouldn’t be so. Condiments and various types of sauces are actually what make a burger, a sandwich, nachos, and other types of food items what they are and great tasting.
Needless to say, a condiment pump dispenser should be a must-have in any restaurant or food-service establishment. A collection of condiment dispensers that hold various types of condiments like ketchup, mustard, nacho cheeses, mayonnaise, and the like can make up an excellent and accessible condiment dispenser station for your customers, which can be conveniently set up in a corner of your restaurant or food-service establishment. Obviously, one big advantage of a condiment dispenser station is that can provide a more streamlined process of preparing and serving foods to your customers, guests, and diners. With a more streamlined operation, you can expect more profits for your restaurant, concession stand, or food-service establishment.
How a Condiment Dispenser Pump Works
A condiment pump dispenser works by utilizing a combination of two major parts, the condiment dispenser, and the condiment pump. The condiment pump is fitted inside a condiment dispenser and, when pressed by the customer or by your food-service staff or crew, dispenses the condiment onto the food. A condiment dispenser pump is often designed to dispense a wide variety of products like ketchup, mustard, syrup, and even relishes. A condiment pump is also typically pre-portioned so that it can dispense a fixed yield per stroke, the most common of which is either half an ounce or one ounce.
One convenient advantage of condiment dispensers is that they can be dismantled easily for convenient cleaning and maintenance. Needless to say, it is important to regularly clean and maintain your condiment dispensers as you don’t want clogged, dirty, or broken dispensers for your customers.
So what should you consider before purchasing a condiment dispenser pump? An important factor to look at before going out to purchase your condiment pump dispenser is the type of condiment you are going to dispense. For instance, a pump has a certain discharge fitting that also corresponds to what type of condiment is pumped (if the condiment is thick and chunky or relatively thin and watery).
Get Your Condiment Pump Dispenser at Rapids Wholesale
Looking for a condiment pump or a condiment dispenser? Here at Rapids Wholesale, you can choose from a large selection of condiment dispensers manufactured by three of the most reputable brands in the market today, Carlisle, San Jamar, and Tablecraft.