For over 52 years, Atlas Metal Industries, Inc. has been a leading manufacturer of quality food serving equipment. Since our founding in 1948, Atlas has been developing innovative designs that continue to be the specified standard used by many of the leading Food Service Consultants in the industry. Our company is dedicated to bringing top quality, affordably priced, and well-engineered products to the market place.
Whether you require a drop-in hot or refrigerated pan or complete modular serving system for your next design project, you can depend on the large inventory and quick delivery to satisfy your equipment and remodeling needs. You can always sell and specify the Atlas Metal Industries, Inc. product line with confidence.×
For over 100 years, Berkel has produced reliable equipment that chefs and operators depend on for consistently great results. Berkel’s unique combination of experience and innovation has made it a name synonymous with quality foodservice slicers, vacuum packaging equipment and more. Maximize your time in the kitchen. Choose Berkel. Berkel is associated with the Vulcan Food Equipment Group and is a division of the ITW Food Equipment Group.
In 1898, W.A. Van Berkel, a butcher in Rotterdam of the Netherlands, invented a way to slice more meat to better serve his customers. The result of his innovation was the world's first meat-slicing machine. It not only changed the way slicing was done in his butcher shop, it revolutionized the way people prepare food all over the world. By 1907, Berkel machines were being used in England, Belgium, France, Russia, China, Mexico and Canada.
In 1909, manufacturing of the first American machines began at the U.S. Slicing Machine Company in Chicago, IL. Six years later, the company had outgrown its space in Chicago, building a new factory in LaPorte, IN and changing its name to Berkel, Incorporated. Recently, Berkel relocated to its present location in Troy, OH.
ColdZone is the world's leading supplier of refrigeration equipment specifically for the foodservice industries, with packaged remote systems to individual condensing units, saving energy and using ozone-friendly refrigerants in applications from the smallest to the largest.
Quality materials, precision craftsmanship, industry-leading innovation, and over sixty-five years of experience combine to create display cases with outstanding presentation features for all of your fresh food merchandising requirements.
Whether you're looking for a single refrigerated bakery case, a hot and cold deli line-up, or a complete custom bakery and deli system, the merchandising experts at Federal Industries will help you find exactly what you need. Federal Industries can shape a signature look for your store - individually tailored to your style and decor.
All of our products are manufactured at our headquarters in Belleville, Wisconsin, the heart of the Midwest. We take pride in offering quality-built, functional merchandising displays in a variety of styles--customizable to your specifications--to showcase your bakery, deli, and confectionery items.×
For over 50 years, Follett Corporation has led the industry in designing and manufacturing high quality, innovative ice storage bins, ice storage and transport systems, ice and water dispensers and ice and beverage dispensers for the foodservice, healthcare and supermarket industries.
Our continuing goal to reach 100% customer satisfaction has resulted in equipment that provides outstanding innovation and design excellence to meet the specific needs of each facility. Our entire company is dedicated to providing the most customer-oriented service in the industry.×
In 1936 while working for Pacific Power and Light, Asa K. Gaylord was involved with the remodeling of Yaw's Restaurant, located in Portland, Oregon. In conversations with the owner, Mr. Win Yaw, Asa became aware of his particular kitchen ventilation and fire code problem. The problem intrigued Asa and in one evening, on a single piece of paper, developed a design for a totally new kitchen ventilation system - A system which would revolutionize the entire kitchen ventilation industry - "The Gaylord Ventilator" a high velocity grease extractor which removes grease, dust and lint from the airstream by centrifugal force.
The Gaylord Ventilator was readily accepted by the foodservice industry when it was first introduced to the market, and became the first of its kind to receive a UL Listing. Asa Gaylord set up a unique licensee program consisting of stainless steel kitchen equipment manufacturers (numbering 26 at one time) throughout the United States that were licensed to manufacture the Gaylord Ventilator. With this licensee program, Gaylord Industries was able to provide manufacturing, sales and service for its equipment nationwide.×
Hobart is the world's leading innovator of food equipment, systems and service. We have been for more than 100 years. And because our expertise spans the entire industry, we know how a piece of equipment fits into your whole operation, not just a small part of it. That's probably why so many customers have so many good things to say about Hobart. And why you will too.
Our equipment includes food machines such as mixers and slicers, warewashing equipment, cooking equipment, bakery equipment, refrigeration, and weighing and wrapping equipment. Our first product? The coffee mill, developed way back in 1897.×
Family owned since 1917 and headquartered in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Perlick Corporation is dedicated to providing innovative, quality customizable food and beverage storage and serving solutions. Perlick is a national manufacturing leader in commercial bar and beverage systems, residential undercounter refrigeration and brewery fittings.
Perlick's commercial line includes custom bar and beverage and refrigeration equipment, innovative underbar items, industry leading beverage dispensing equipment and time-tested brewery fittings. Our products optimize energy use and increase durability to help customers maximize the profitability of their beverage service operations.
Perlick’s award-winning, luxury residential product line features indoor and outdoor undercounter refrigerators, wine reserves, freezers, freezer and refrigerator drawers, ice makers, and beer dispensers.
Since the early 1940s, Salvajor has been a privately held Kansas City-based manufacturer of commercial waste disposers and waste handling systems for the food service industry. Salvajor products are specifically designed to save water and energy and provide a low maintenance sanitary alternative to other methods of waste disposal. Salvajor Collectors are widely accepted in areas that restrict the use of disposers and are safe to use with septic systems and grease interceptors. Salvajor is devoted to quality products, reliable service, and providing a comprehensive support system for all our customers.×
Somat Company of Coatesville, Pennsylvania, an Illinois Tool Works Company, is a leader in solving one of the world's biggest problems. We are in the business of waste reduction technology, providing solutions with pulping and dewatering systems. Somat is an innovator and leader for both engineering and production of waste handling systems used throughout the world.
Our company has pioneered pulping and dewatering systems for foodservice waste in schools, hospitals, casinos, colleges, cafeterias, cruise ships and other mass feeding installations for nearly 50 years.
Somat's dewatering presses are used in wastewater treatment plants; for sludge dewatering and thickening; as industrial dewatering presses; and for pre-conditioning liquid wastes ahead of belt presses.
Our other specialty products are used for animal bedding disposal, for destruction of sensitive documents, for snack food waste dewatering, for pumice removal from waste water used for stone-washed jeans, for fiber recovery in fiberglass manufacturing and waste grinding on naval and seagoing vessels.×
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Masterful design. Precision performance. State-of-the-art innovation. For 150 years, Vulcan has been recognized by chefs and operators throughout the world as best-in-class supplier for its top-quality, energy efficient foodservice equipment solutions that consistently produce spectacular results. Trust Vulcan's professional restaurant equipment to help make your culinary creations turn out just right—each and every time.
Our history can be traced back to 1865 and a foundry company in Louisville, Kentucky that manufactured cooking stoves and other products. That operation would later become part of the Hart Manufacturing Company. The Vulcan name first appeared in 1890 with the formation of the Vulcan Gas Heating Company. Through the early 20th century, both companies grew and continued to add product lines.
In 1949, Vulcan-Hart was formed when Hart Manufacturing Company acquired the Vulcan name and line of commercial products. The new company continued to expand its product lines, both through acquisitions and through research and development. Today, Vulcan is among the world's largest manufacturers of commercial cooking equipment, with worldwide distribution of the broadest lines of gas and electric equipment.
For more than 80 years, Wolf commercial cooking equipment has provided the foodservice industry with simple, trouble-free performance, exceptional durability and outstanding energy efficiency. In even the most demanding kitchen environments, depend on Wolf’s hardworking, easy-to-use products to deliver the superior value your operation needs to succeed. Wolf is associated with the Vulcan Food Equipment Group and is a division of the ITW Food Equipment Group.
The Wolf Range Company was established in 1934 by brothers Al and Hyman Wolf. Their Los Angeles business began by repairing domestic ranges, and rebuilding used ranges for resale.
One day, almost by accident, Al discovered that equipment they had modified for a customer was being sold to restaurants. Soon after, the brothers entered the restaurant equipment industry.
By 1938, the company was manufacturing a line of commercial gas ranges, griddles, fryers and ovens for sale to food equipment dealers in eleven western states.
Over the years, the Wolf name has become synonymous with quality products and customer service.