What is the difference between Jacketed and Non-Jacketed Heat Lamps?

Commercial heat lamps are energy efficient, infrared and designed to produce more heat than light. Jacketed Heat Lamps Die-Pat’s jacketed heat lamps are fitted with an outer quartz glass sleeve. They are most commonly used in commercial food service settings. The outer ‘jacket’ or ‘sleeve’ offers protection against splashes from food liquid and debris which can cause the lamp to fail, protect against accidental damages, and are much more resilient to impact...> More

What is the difference between 304 and 430 stainless steel?

There are many grades of stainless steel available, each offering their own unique characteristics for specific applications. However, the two most common grades are 304 and 430. 304 is... > More

How do I measure for a baffle grease filter?

Filters must be installed with baffles running in the vertical (top to bottom) position so the grease will run down to the grease trough in the hood. Standard sizes are ordered with the vertical (top... > More

Castors with Plate Fitting

Plate fitting castors are castors with a square or rectangular plate that has four fixing bolts. What these four fixing bolts do is provide an overall strong fixing, and they also distribute the... > More