NEW Bottle Coolers Are Here to Serve the Coldest Drinks in Town

There’s nothing like a cold beverage—ask your customers! Eagle’s new Bottle Coolers are here to serve! Positive airflow cools bottles on top first, and the painted aluminum interior keeps them cold for a long time. The self-contained refrigeration system maintains temperatures between 33˚F and 41˚F. The stationary side of the stainless steel top, with 1/2˝…

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We’ll dispense with the pleasantries. Get our beer dispenser.

Eagle’s new Self-Contained Keg Storage and Dispensing Systems  offer an excellent means for fresh, cold draft beer to be served at any establishment such as pubs, banquets, taverns etc. Featured are beer towers tall enough to accommodate pint glasses, full-size beer pictures etc. Holds two 1/2 kegs (the 72˝-long model hold three). The 1 1⁄2˝-thick…

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Back Bar Refrigeration – Eagle’s Newest Addition to our Underbar Line

Eagle’s new back bar refrigeration is designed to store and refrigerate all of your restaurant’s finest beverages. Our selection of glass door models accommodate a wide range of bar setups. The glass doors on the units allow guests to easily preview your offerings, while the durable steel cabinet—wrapped in black vinyl exterior—offers a sleek, clean…

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Eagle’s Revit® Library Continues to Grow

Come see us at NAFEM 2017,Booth 2005, to learn more about our ever-growing Revit library.  We will be featuring LIVE Revit demos. As the largest broadline manufacturer of commercial foodservice equipment, Eagle prides itself on staying ahead of the latest trends and technological advances in our industry. We are building our Revit library and working…

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Alignment. Stability. Accuracy. Most of all, It’s easy.

Finally, a way to stabilize your mobile cooking equipment without the struggle of trying to line up the wheels at the same time. The Caster Cradle® is the only caster stabilizing device with a Patented uniform circular design that allows for approach from any angle. It uses bowl-shaped units secured to the floor where the casters…

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QuadPlus® Polymer Shelving – The Shelving Evolution Continues

First there was Quad-Truss®, Eagle’s patented wire shelf design that made shelving 25% stronger than other wire shelves. The next step was Eagle’s Quad-Adjust® patented adjustable shelving, the only shelving design where shelves can be added, adjusted or removed without disassembling the shelving unit. Now, Eagle has developed QuadPlus, an innovative combination of polymer mats…

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Designed to keep your food prep rolling

For the design of Eagle’s patented Mobile Prep Table, we partnered with an expert source, a foodservice consultant. The result is an innovation that will make your food prep run more smoothly, and your entire kitchen process more efficient. Do your prep work where it fits your needs not in a fixed location away from…

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Because Your Kitchen Can Change Almost As Often As Your Menu

The many advantages of our Premium Modular Counters – PMC Series Most professional kitchens are ever-shifting — each chef configures the kitchen’s equipment layout according to his or her needs and preferences. Further, equipment is added or relocated when menus change, or occasionally need to be moved for repair issues. With all of these considerations…

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Switching to Eagle shelves? It’s an Easy Adjustment.

Unless all the items you keep on shelves are exactly the same size and shape, at times you’ll need to reconfigure your shelving. This is often a major headache, requiring complete disassembly of one or more shelving systems. You probably can guess where we’re going with this. With Quad-Adjust Wire Shelving, there are just two…

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Decreases temperatures, increases drainage system life.

There are two very good reasons to install an Eagle Cool Trough™ water tempering system. First off, you’ll be up to code, because Section 701.7 of the International Plumbing Code mandates that water entering a drainage system cannot exceed 140°F. So, there’s that. Secondly, since water over 140°F can damage your PVC pipes and cause…

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