Looking for Answers about Vollrath Mirage® Drop-In Induction Warmer Plate?

Shop now at Tundra Restaurant Supply
or
Choose a Category
Most Recent Questions
Recent Question:
Will this unit work using All-Clad d5 pots, and skillets?
Recent Question:
where is this induction burner made?
Recent Question:
How wide is the cooking surface? My spaghetti pot is 12" wide.
Recent Question:
What is the LOWEST temperature this stove can be set on?
Recent Question:
Does this unit can use with 220 V?
Questions with Most Recent Answers
Question:
Will this unit work using All-Clad d5 pots, and skillets?
Question:
where is this induction burner made?
Question:
How wide is the cooking surface? My spaghetti pot is 12" wide.
Question:
What is the LOWEST temperature this stove can be set on?
Question:
Does this unit can use with 220 V?

Customer Questions & Answers for
Vollrath Mirage® Drop-In Induction Warmer Plate

MIRAGE™ drop-In warmer; Designed for light commercial sauté and warming stations; Warmer only - not a cooking range; Dial control with high speed power and temperature level adjustment; Includes 1-180 minute timer function, LED digital readout and temperature memory; Stainless steel case with framed ceramic top; "Hot" warning display for safety; Max pan size is 14"; Control box cutout dimensions are 5" x 2 11/16"; 14 1/2" x 12 1/2" x 2 7/8"; 1 year warranty; UL listed; NSF certified
Customer Questions & Answers:
1 Question
 | 
1 Answer

Questions & Answers for Vollrath Mirage® Drop-In Induction Warmer Plate

Question

What is the LOWEST temperature this stove can be set on?

asked 2 years, 1 month ago
Customer Avatar
by
Sultantepe
New York
on Mirage® Drop-In Induction Warmer Plate
0points
0out of 0found this question helpful.
Answer this Question
1 answer
Answers
answer 1
After calling Vollrath, they weren't able to give me an exact temperature. They said the total range is PROBABLY from about 80 degrees to 160 degrees (fahrenheit). They explained that the best way to look at this product's heating is in terms of Low-medium-high, rather than specific numberical temperature values. As a warmer, it was basically designed to hold food above 140 degrees.
answered 2 years, 1 month ago
Customer Avatar
by
Anonymous
0points
0out of 0found this answer helpful.
1 of 1