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BrandonBBQ 03-10-2020 07:41 AM

Insulated or Un-Insulated holding cabinets
We are outfitting the new trailer and have found a couple nice un-insulated holding cabinets for sale on the FB marketplace for a good price but were wondering what difference there is in insulated vs uninsulated for holding cabinets.

We had planned on using it to hold all of our full butts (pre-pull), briskets, tenderloins, and turkey breasts before slicing. Pulled chicken we were going to put in pans, cover with foil, and place in the holding cabinet.

Any suggestions? Everything in the trailer will be electric and is more geared toward catering than 1-on-1 sales.

HBMTN 03-10-2020 09:19 PM

I have an uninsulated one on my mobile trailer and an insulated Metro 5 in my commercial kitchen. I love the Metro 5 but either would work on your trailer. The uninsulated one will heat up the trailer with the windows and doors closed. In cold weather when serving it sometimes doesn't get as hot as I'd like so that is a drawback.

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