Equipment for commercial kitchens in restaurants
Buying the equipment means a higher initial outlay but is more cost-effective and adds value to your business. However, maintenance may impact long-term savings. Leasing removes the outlay and maintenance costs, but you do not own the equipment so cannot add it as an asset to your annual returns.
Equipment for commercial kitchens in schools
It is beneficial to a school kitchen to have large cooking capabilities and large standing units to keep the food warm. Abraxas understands the specialised needs of a school and can help with all buying and leasing options.
Equipment for commercial kitchen in hotels
It is not viable to turn on equipment when a guest orders down, but it is not sensible for a hotel to have high-cost equipment sitting on standby. A hotel needs equipment that caters to the demands of a busy service period whilst also operating cost-effectively throughout the night when receiving much less use. Making the right choices here can pay dividends.
Equipment for commercial kitchens at wedding venues
You may need a variety of fryers, skillets, stoves, ovens, hobs, microwaves or even more specialised items. It will require a well-designed kitchen to keep items grouped together following the kitchen work triangle principle to maintain this busy kitchen at maximum productivity.
Equipment for commercial kitchens at sports venues
This specific diet may require steamers, air fryers and precise measuring equipment to manage the calorie intake. It may also involve proteins being cooked separately from mass cooking to avoid unnecessary calories. Staff and spectators will want a variety of options on their menu and will want the food immediately. The key to this system is sizeable bain–maries and warm storage so batch cooking can be completed and ready when the customer arrives.
Equipment for commercial kitchens at golf clubs
Carts holding hot and cold food that can be driven between holes are a fantastic extra revenue stream for a golf club. Golf clubs often host events, so a golf club kitchen needs to have a wide range of equipment catering to various tastes and diverse menus.
Flexible options for equipment for commercial kitchens
Cons: Higher initial outlay. The owner pays for repairs outside the warranty.
Cons: The equipment may cost more in the long term. You do not own the equipment at the end of the term.
Why Choose Abraxas?
Here at Abraxas, we pride ourselves on being able to guide our customers through the whole kitchen journey from start to finish with peace of mind. With over 25 years of experience, we are trusted throughout various industries to help them manage their catering demands proficiently whilst following health and safety rules and regulations.
Get in touch and let us create your perfect kitchen together.