In need of replacement catering equipment and catering spares to keep your machinery running smoothly? At Under Control, we stock an extensive range of spares for various manufacturing equipment in the catering industry. With free shipping and thousands of stock parts available for next-day delivery, you’ll get the essentials you need for your catering needs.
Catering and refrigeration spares available now
Catering equipment is essential for many businesses. Keeping it in top running condition ensures that your company can continue to deliver exceptional customer service. We stock a range of catering spares for your business with prices starting from less than £2. Need fan replacements or catering thermostats? Shop the range above to find the perfect solution for your business.
Catering equipment doesn’t just refer to heating. It can also relate to refrigeration. We stock a number of refrigeration spare parts including refrigeration elements. Keeping products and ingredients at a specific temperature is vital to food safety, and a failing refrigerator can mean issues with health and safety. Replacing and repairing the unit will ensure effective temperature control across your business.
Display lighting encompasses a range of items from over bulbs and holder assemblies to LED and halogen lighting. Replacing faulty lighting fixtures will prevent any significant dips in performance output at your establishment. With free shipping and a price guarantee, you know that your business is in safe hands with Under Control.
Replacement catering lighting and refrigeration parts
With extensive knowledge of the catering industry, here at Under Control, we will work with you to ensure your business gets the vital equipment you need. We stock parts and spares for machinery from a number of manufacturers including Buffalo, Lincat, and EGO. Many of the spares listed above are compatible with the equipment you have in your kitchen, making them ideal for use with current and discontinued equipment.
Contact Under Control if you have any questions. Our dedicated and professional team are here to help. No matter the replacement catering equipment you need, from heating elements and catering lamps to temperature control thermostats, we can advise you on the right item for your business. We offer technical support to all of our customers to ensure you get the vital equipment you need.
Prices vary depending on the product, but with some items available for less than £2, you are in the right place. Get free delivery on all orders and place your order before 1 pm for same-day dispatch. We will beat any like-for-like quote so contact Under Control today with your catering equipment needs.
What are the signs that a refrigerator thermostat isn’t working?
If your refrigerator isn’t running, this could be a sign that the thermostat is not working and that you may need to replace it. Thermostats in the open position may encounter issues. To test this, remove the wires attached to the thermostat and connect them together. If the appliance runs like this, you’ll need to replace the thermostat. For thermostats in the closed position, they can cause problems when the constant running causes the evaporator to freeze and block airflow.
Do commercial catering kitchens require extractor fans?
Extractor fans or extractor hoods are a legal requirement for kitchens built since April 2006. Kitchens where unclean air is extracted from the building will meet these requirements. This is why installing, maintaining, and replacing extractor fans is essential.
Do all ovens use the same type of lightbulb?
Most standard appliances will require the same size and type of lightbulb. Oven lightbulbs are designed to withstand heat, and the high melting point of glass ensures that they will last for a long time. Replacing the oven bulb and holder assembly will ensure you can see everything in the oven with ease.
What temperature should commercial refrigerators be?
Legal requirements state that food service and catering companies must keep chilled products at 8ºC or lower. However, most businesses within these industries will store items at 5ºC or less in order to ensure that produce is kept within the threshold.
What is the best way to check the temperature of a grill heating element?
Probes are vital for checking the temperature of machinery in the food service industry. For grills, the probe will want to measure specific temperatures depending on your business, but most should be between 220ºC and 280ºC. If your grill is lower than expected and does not increase when you adjust the temperature, you will need to replace the heating element.
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