PAN AIRPOT RACK DRIP PAN
An airpot is a beverage dispenser designed to keep beverages like water or coffee warm (in a vacuum insulated glass or stainless steel internal chamber) and dispense the coffee or other beverage without requiring electricity. An airpot is a type of positive displacement pump, specifically a reciprocating pump, that uses bellows to build the pressure in the inner chamber filled with liquid.
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.
A pan is any device used as a container or a collector. A pan may refer to a shallow cooking implement used on a burner or in an oven or it may refer to a similar collecting implement used to capture water, condensation, grease, shortening, and other drainage. A pan may also be used to contain processed food items such as meat, fruit and vegetables, and crumbs as they exit a mincer, slicer, or dicer.
A rack is a framework, stand, or grating on or in which articles are placed. Racks are commonly used in restaurants to store ingredients, seasonings, utensils and more. Racks may also serve as components used with larger equipment assemblies.
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