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Relays are electrical devices that are used to control circuits in restaurant equipment and other types of machinery. They work by using a small electrical current to control a larger current, allowing a low-power control circuit to switch a high-power circuit on or off.
In restaurant equipment, relays can be used to control a variety of functions, such as turning on and off motors, controlling heating elements, and activating alarms. For example, a relay might be used to turn on a refrigerator's compressor when the temperature inside the fridge reaches a certain level, or to turn off a stove's heating element when the temperature reaches a certain point. Relays are often used in restaurant equipment because they can handle large amounts of current and are able to switch circuits on and off quickly and reliably.
The Delfield Company is a United States commercial food service equipment manufacturer specializing in food holding equipment including serving lines, refrigerators, prep tables and custom manufactured equipment. Delfield’s high performance prep tables are designed to perform in the harshest of restaurant environments.