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- Broil King NWT-1B
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Summary: It is 300 watts power strength which is sufficient for warming foods at temperatures between 155 to 205 degrees F.
- 300-watt commercial-quality warming tray with cool-touch handles
- Adjustable thermostat ranges from 155 to 205 degrees F
- Porcelain-on-steel high-tech warming surface; non-skid feet
- 3-prong commercial cord set; safety signal light; UL-listed
- Measures 15-1/4 by 26 by 2-8/9 inches; 2-year limited warranty
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Broil King NWT-1B Food Warming Tray Review
This may not be a brand you have heard of before or it may be, it’s not a household name as we are all used to but they do create great quality products for the kitchen.
In this case it’s their professional food warmer that’s making the hot talk. It’s a highly reputable and well reviewed food warmer suitable for both home and professional use.
A chafing dish will fit easily onto this food warmer as that is what it is deigned for. Although you can set other kinds of dishes onto it, it is recommended to use a chafing dish.
It is 300 watts power strength which is sufficient for warming foods at temperatures between 155 to 205 degrees F.
That means you have a good range of temperatures depending on what foods you want to warm. As it is for setting on flat surfaces it has a nice sleek design with rubber feet to create a non-slip effect.
This sleek design also makes it easy to store without taking up too much of your storage space.
The surface that heats is a cool technology of porcelain on steel which makes for a great heating element but also for easy cleaning non-stick surface.
To keep you safe from burning yourself it has carry handles that are non-conductive and a power light to alert you when the appliance is hot.
Overall it’s a great food warming tray that is best used with a chafing dish but as it has a nice large flat surface other kinds of dishes can also be used.
It is worth noting that you aren’t supposed to set food directly onto the tray.