Induction Buffet Stations

Induction buffet stations allow you to provide induction cooking methods to your front-of-house staff.

Add an induction buffet table to your serving line to wow your most important guests with a presentation that radiates elegance and exceptional service! With a variety of stain colors to choose from, it will give your business a modern, sleek look.

Most of these induction table warmers have individual controls with LED digital readouts for simple monitoring and are located underneath the ceramic counter for a seamless appearance.

These stations provide high functionality in an appealing design that can be used in the front-of-house. Since these stations come equipped with large induction cooktops, you will not need to purchase any countertop portable induction cooktops.

Induction Heating

Because this unit uses induction as a heating method, it is safer and more efficient that traditional chafers and other methods that require an open flame to stay warm. Instead of using elements or flames to cook food, induction uses a magnetic field instead, which results in less energy being dissipated to the atmosphere and no hot touchable surfaces that could burn customers or staff.

Induction cooking can only happen with the right magnetized material pans. Pans made of iron, cast iron, stainless steel, and carbon steel are the most common induction-ready pans.

Provide your customers with the best, highest-quality and more aesthetically appealing way. There is a wide variety of table sizes to help you get the right size for however much floor space, storage space, or kitchen space you may have. With top brand manufacturers like Vollrath, Burkett is determined to provide the highest quality induction cooking equipment. Whether you need full sectioned tops or multiple sectioned tops, we have a good variety of induction buffet stations to make your kitchen successful.

Frequently Asked Questions About Induction Buffet Stations

What is induction cooking?

Induction cooking refers to the generation of heat through the use of magnesium. Induction cooking involves flameless technology that directly heats selected cookware. This way of cooking provides higher efficiency, while decreasing chances of burns and the amount of heat released into the kitchen.

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