LEFT SIDE PANEL AND DRIP PAN
A drip tray is an open reservoir, sometimes with a slotted cover, designed to catch drips, as under a beer tap, beverage dispenser, etc. A drip tray must be drained and cleaned periodically, or it may be engineered with an outbound drain.
A drip pan or drain pan is a container for catching material such as water or grease that drips from above (as from the burners of a gas range or condensation from an evaporator). It is usually a shallow rectangular metal or plastic pan used especially for baking and roasting, frying, and water containment and may be connected to a drain or drain pipe.
Panels of all types are widely used in the design of restaurant equipment. A panel is usually part of the housing, or an access covering made of stainless steel, painted aluminum, or molded plastic and is generally water resistant and easily cleaned. Panels may have fin type of openings (louvers) to allow air to flow across interior components. Panels may also be "control panels" having operating buttons, displays, dials or switches.
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.
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