INNOVATIVE hot and cold cabinets that operate indoors AND out
Indoors, the HotCube3 runs on standard 120V electric. Outdoors, it switches over to 8700 BTU’s of propane-fueled heat to maintain safe holding temps of up to 200°F (93°C). Optional tank hose adaptor converts from 1 lb. propane tank to a 20 lb. tank for long-term usage. Optional solar panel recharges digital controls.
Introducing the first off-the-grid mobile refrigerated cabinet, the KoldCube3! Uses standard 120V electricity indoors but can be easily moved outdoors using battery and solar power. This rugged cabinet will keepproducts chilled to perfection for up to fourhours on a single charge.
Cres Corís Cook-N-Hold Smoker Cooks Butt!
Not to mention shoulders, wings, ribs, legs, loins and more! Add variety and versatility to your menu with the Cook-N-Hold Low Temperature smoker Oven from Cres Cor.
Small footprint…big menu possibilities.
About Cres Cor
When your business is on a roll we hope it’s in Cres Cor’s hot cabinets, ovens, utility cabinets, racks, dollies and a host of other Cres Cor quality products. A family owned company, Cres Cor has been a moving force in the foodservice industry since 1936 and is centrally headquartered near Cleveland, Ohio.
With over 275,000 square feet of state-of-the-art manufacturing and distribution facilities, we have made a commitment to unsurpassed reliability and superb customer service.
“Our focus is to continually bring new ideas and exciting, labor and money saving products to market” says Cliff Baggott, Cres Cor president. “We are an 84 year “young” company, always striving to improve our products, processes, and ourselves.”
Cres Cor has grown into a leader in providing mobile foodservice solutions to a wide and robust customer base. As we embark on the third generation of family ownership, we continue to strive to providing our customers with quality equipment, innovation that solves their issues, and over and above customer service.
5925 Heisley Rd.
Mentor, OH 44060-1833
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