Dry convected heat guarantees the most accurate holding temperatures.VIEW
Take your cooking to the next level.VIEW
Modern looks and perfect uniform toast.VIEW
Stylish energy efficiency for your holding areas.VIEW
Specially designed to cook and hold food.VIEW
Easily change between a Heated Shelf and Cold Shelf.VIEW
Transform operations into contemporary spaces.VIEW
Hold rice at desired consistency for serving.VIEW
Go green and reduce your energy consumption.VIEW
Keep snacks deliciously warm and appealing.VIEW
Create an attractive, functional carving display.VIEW
A sleek design for holding hot packaged foods.VIEW
Easily change cooking plates from ridged to flat.VIEW
Modular design allows for greater flexibility.VIEW
Sanitize and flash-dry dishes.VIEW
Maintain product quality when holding fried food.VIEW
Learn why Hatco holding & display cabinets are the perfect merchandising cabinets to keep a variety of hot foods at safe-serving temperatures for extended periods of time for those "show and sell" areas and for back-of-the-house.
Mix and match the various color and lampshade combinations to create and personalize the perfect look and feel for your foodservice operation.
Hatco was named Best In Class for the 17th year in a row by Consultants, Dealers and Operators in Foodservice Equipment and Supplies (FE&S) magazine’s annual study. This award was earned in the categories of Light Equipment for Conveyor Toasters and Heat Lamps and of Heavy Equipment for Hot Food Holding Equipment – Drawer Warmers.
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Since 1950, Hatco has been a leader in creating innovative ideas for the foodservice industry: bold innovations in equipment that improves efficiency, reliability and profits. Hatco is dedicated to exceptional customer service and quality engineered equipment offering maximum performance.
In May of 2007, a monumental event in the history of Hatco Corporation occurred. With the stroke of a pen (actually, several pens), the employees of Hatco assumed 100% beneficial ownership of the company. As significant as this event was, it should be noted that the company started by Gordon and LaReine Hatch in 1950 remains a family corporation – only now our family is larger. Through the years, Hatco has been the home to some of the brightest minds, freest spirits, and most singular personalities in the foodservice industry.