Serving Line Gallery
Whether your operations need snap-in-place serving systems,
fully customized serving lines or something in between,
these suppliers can help. In February we put out a call to
the major serving line equipment makers, asking for details
on their products and capabilities. You’ll find the details
they submitted below.
Note: Supplier Statements are not to be taken as editorial
Among its many options in serving lines, Atlas Metal
Industries offers the CW/CA Series, available in stainless
steel or aluminum construction and featuring a self-locking
device that automatically links units when you push them
options include cold and hot drop-ins, carving units,
utility units, reach-in ice cream units, frost tops, salad
bar cutouts, custom graphics and more.
refrigerated display cases with pass-through design enable
quick changeover to refrigerated service.
Series options provide laminate finishes with stainless trim
as well as a line of designer accessories that include
recessing casters with skirting and laminate tray slides
of most stainless pieces is 16-ga. 304 stainless.
Atlas Metal provides a Modular Serving System design that
your customers can count on. For example, the CW modular
unit shown here is ideal for colleges and universities,
corporate dining, casinos, and hotels. When you combine
Atlas quality, reputation and expert engineering, you can
achieve a “visual presentation” that sets the standard
required by many of our industry’s leading foodservice
consultants. So you know you can purchase the Atlas line
In addition to its traditional serving lines,
Carter-Hoffmann offers the Quick Serve
Speedline, a mobile, modular, self-serve cafeteria system
designed for pre-packaged foods.
options include heated units, refrigerated units, heated
display merchandisers, solid tops, ice cream freezers and
tiered overshelves provide more serving space for items not
requiring heat or refrigeration.
options include tray slides, elementary height units, ADA
units and custom lamination.
of most front, rear and end panels is 18-ga. 300 series
that differentiate Carter-Hoffmann self-serve cafeteria
systems include all-stainless steel construction (no
galvanized parts) and patented dual-fan motors in the heated
and refrigerated servers, which offer good heating/cooling
capabilities and redundancy; if one fan stops, there’s still
another to operate the cabinet until it can be serviced.
Quick Serve pieces can also be combined with
Carter-Hoffmann’s traditional cafeteria systems, to create a
truly unique serving line that’s suited to your needs.
In addition to its Shelleybasic, Shelleyglas and
Shelleysteel serving systems, Delfield/Enodis now offers the
Shelleyspeed line for pre-packaged menu offerings.
options include hot and cold units, refrigerated and freezer
units, utility units, display cases and cashier units.
side panels are reinforced with overlapping corners and
welded in place.
fabricated with square exterior corners that feature fully
hemmed nosing on overhanging sides.
steel, fully retractable interlocks are installed on
opposing corners to lock units into a complete serving
construction is 18-ga. stainless; exterior top is
constructed of 14-ga. stainless and is welded, ground and
polished into one integral unit.
a new system by Delfield, is perfect for schools or
hospitals utilizing pre-packaged foods. It can be used as
the foundation of their lunch program, as a supplemental
piece in their current foodservice program, or as a
grab-and-go option away from the traditional cafeteria.
Whatever way you use a speed line, it can offer you labor
savings, increased speed of service or an influx of à la
Duke Mfg. combines modularity and customization in its
serving systems, bolting together a series of modular
cabinets and then “dressing” them with full-length custom
tops and front décor panels to suit your custom needs.
supports to enclose the mullions and undershelf turndowns;
provides strength and helps prevent vermin intrusion.
channel supports for lateral rigidity.
1” x 4” x 1”
14-ga. vertical support channels at all trayslide bracket
2” x 4” x 2”
14-ga. support channels at all caster/leg locations.
Undershelving with two 2¾”-diameter utility access holes for
not the top, supports all hot food wells, cold pans and
All of our
serving systems—AeroServ, Thurmaduke and our Next Generation
Serving & Merchandising System—use our metal (300-series
stainless steel or power-coat painted) panelized cabinet
construction. This construction utilizes individual front
and end panels along with other structural components to
provide you with a strong modular cabinet.
Multiteria offers modular components that work as a flexible
serving system, relying on a structural framework with
configurable tops and interchangeable add-ons. The system
allows sections to be rearranged or added as menus and
options include hot and cold units, fresh grills, utility
units and cashier units.
interlocking mechanism provides seamless docking with other
modules for a “built-in” look.
Interchangeable decorator exterior panels.
shield with tempered glass panels.
Interchangeable top configurations available.
same heavy-duty stainless steel tubular construction as
custom fabricators, Multiteria’s goal is to retain the
benefits of custom fabrication while offering the cost and
lead-time advantages of modular construction. Our Tight Link
feature eliminates the problem of uneven tops and vertical
gaps between counters, and we offer wide choices of décor
panels and countertops. We specialize only in serving
counters and systems, and whether it’s a menu change or
updating the look of your servery, Multiteria is easily
convertible without requiring the purchase of new counters.
Randell’s RanServe mobile stations provide modular
interlocking units that can be set up in straight lines,
U-shapes or L-shapes, while RanSpec modular custom
configurations use pre-designed components in combinations
to suit your needs.
electrical distribution system for banking units together.
spring-activated locking mechanism to combine units.
panel located on chef’s side.
louver to provide access to temp controls and cleaning of
compressor operating temperatures that prolong the life and
efficiency of refrigeration.
conductive cooling using cold-transfer plates helps maximize
efficiency and consistency in pan cooling.
and standard undershelves supported with heavy-gauge
U-channel supports that provide additional strength.
well, cold pan and sink openings all integrally designed and
built into the top as one piece, or installed from below,
for a clean design and easy-to-clean work surface.
focus on serving lines is flexibility in both functionality
and appearance. By offering three distinct choices—our
fiberglass and steel-laminate RanServe lines along with our
RanSpec modular custom counters—Randell products provide
flexibility at various price points so we can meet your
specific requirements. The finishes can be everything from
stainless to laminates, solid surfaces and exotic panels,
plus you have multiple options in serving shelves and sneeze
guards. Flexibility in features and architectural look come
together with Randell serving lines.