|Payment & Shipping Terms ||Supply Capacity |
|Unit Price:||200.0 USD||Production Capacity:||1000PC/MONTH|
|Payment Terms:||L/C, T/T, WU||Delivery Date:||within one week|
|Min. Order:||1 Piece/Pieces|
|Means of Transport:||DHL TNT UPS, Ocean, Air, Land|
Product Name: 360W wholesales Commercial Chocolate Fountain machine
The feature of 360W wholesales Commercial ChocolateFountain
Ideal for coffee shops, cafes and restaurants
Serve to 50-200 persons
Auger style with motor drive directly, low noise and easy cleaning
Patent seal structure, never leaking.
Professional industrial reliable motor for long lasting work.
Detachable tower and tiers, 4 layers
Detachable base bowl.
Easy to set up and operate.
Detachable power cord
Electronic panel, "light-touch" on/off control
Food grade stainless steel SS304
Hold up 6kg of chocolate for dramatic flowing effects
And long lasting food service without frequent refills
Operates with minimum chocolate 4kg to start, reducing potential waste
The packing of 360W wholesales Commercial ChocolateFountain
Fountain net weight:13kg
Shipping weight: 20kg
Fountain package: paper carton
Packing size: 55x45x39cm
Or optional metal case packing with additional charge
Metal case packing size:64x53x49cm
With metal case shipping weight:33kg
The history of chocolate fountain
Chocolate fountain machines were invented by Ben Brisman and popularized in 1991 by a Canadian company called Design&Realisation. They did not become very popular until Design & Realisation began displaying these fountains at the National Restaurant Show in Chicago, starting in the early 1990s. Jay Harlan (an entrepreneur and former Marriott catering executive) collaborated with D & R to introduce the chocolate fountain to the U.S. hotel and resort industry. Jay Harlan's company (Buffet Enhancements International) began distributing the D&R fountain in the U.S. in 2001. It wasn't long after 2001 that Buffet Enhancements copied and improved the D & R fountain idea and began manufacturing their own American-made version. In 2003, the savvy West Coast company Sephra of California stepped into the marketplace and started selling their own high-end Chinese manufactured fountains. Sephra modified and enhanced the design of the chocolate fountain to make its operation easier and to make clean-up more simplified. Sephra introduced a variety of accessories for their fountains and they added several size options to accommodate even the grandest of catering events. Because D & R's fountains were copied and heavily advertised in the U.S. and abroad, it wasn't long before chocolate fountains were the popular choice for catering events from coast to coast.
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