Impressum Bellytray Vedor Tray Hawker Tray
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I would like to buy several vendor's trays in order to offer this service at corporate events and trade fairs that take place in different cities in the country.
How many hours does the milk stay warm at 65 degrees Celsius in the keg barrel?
- Could you please send me the updated price list for your company's products that can be used to sell coffee with milk and hot black coffee in the morning and beer and Cola in the evening.
- (I would like the same equipment in the morning and at night, so these teams must have this double function).
- What is the thickness of the cornelius barrels in millimeters?
- (I ask this question because I will sell hot products and the thickness of the barrels is important for calculating the temperature.
- How many hours does the coffee stay warm at 90 degrees Celsius in the tray?
- That's why I need backpacks and hawker's trays or equipment with which I can sell hot milk coffee, hot black coffee in the morning and beer and Cola in the afternoon or evening.
- I would appreciate your help with the following 9 points:
- What is the inner and outer diameter of the tube that dispenses coffee and milk?
- (I ask this question because I will be selling hot products and the thickness of the tubes is important for calculating the temperature variation).
- I will sell hot latte and I have to heat the milk to 65 degrees Celsius (149 F) and the coffee to 95 degrees Celsius (203 F).
- What are the thermal insulation materials: