Keep your French fries, onion rings, or fried chicken fresh and ready-to-serve with the Avantco free standing two bulb heat lamp & food warmer. The Avantco free standing bulb warmer is great for concession stands, restaurants, or food trucks. Thanks to its adjustable stand, you can control the intensity of the heat that reaches your food to prevent over-drying. The Avantco free standing two bulb food warmer is made of heavy duty aluminum, to withstand the daily demands of your busy fast food restaurant, concession stand, or snack bar. This unit is UL Classified and ETL Listed, and has a 120V, 500 watt electrical rating. It also comes with two clear, 250 watt bulbs, making it ready to use right out of the box. Don’t forget to pair it with our wide selection of food pans and draining grates for a great addition to your fry station! Thanks for watching and if you have any questions, please click on our live chat button.

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Looking for a way to keep your menu items warm? The Avantco free standing two bulb heat lamp & food warmer is an ideal solution. Equipped with convenient features like an adjustable stand, this heavy-duty aluminum warmer will meet your daily demands!

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