How it works Benefits Products

Thermodyne Foodservice Products, Inc., was founded in 1987 in the USA upon the development of a revolutionary method of heat transfer. The focus was to find the best and most efficient method of transferring heat to an exact temperature without exceeding it at any time. Thermodyne offers more than 20 different models ranging from a three-shelf countertop unit to a unit capable of holding 42 full size pans.

Thermodyne's unique 3-in-1 temperature system allows for slow-cooking, pre-staging, and regenerating food without overcooking or drying it out. A solution that changes the way food can be prepared in casual dining restaurants, pubs, hotels, fine dining, retail, contract catering, transport, health care and leisure outlets.

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Some of our Case Studies

The Drift

Hall & Woodhouse

Street Kitchen

The Westbury

Drake and Morgan opened their first restaurant in 2008 in the heart of London, with a desire to deliver customers good quality, wholesome food – beautifully presented using locally sourced ingredients. Read more...

The Thermodyne used by The Moat is put to work doing what it does best, providing a holding area to allow meats to rest, juices to settle and flavours to spread – allowing the chefs in the kitchen to keep their attention on the rest of the dish, knowing that the meat will not dry out or overcook. Read more...

Street Kitchen prides itself on providing high quality, sustainable, British food served to people on the run. The concept was formed by Mark Jankel after he saw a gap in the market for fashionable street food. Read more...

After purchasing a Thermodyne as a food holding unit for hotel breakfasts, Alyn and the team soon learned that it offers much more than just a resting place before service. Read more...

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