Is your chafing dish fuel heating as well as you remember?

Is it taking longer to get to temperature in your chaffer? Have you noticed a drop in your top temperature? Are you concerned your food may not be warmed to a safe temperature for your customers?

It has come to our attention that several of our competitors are diluting their liquid chafing dish fuel. Some up to 75% percent. We can only guess this is a cost savings effort. But, we are not guessing when we say, this approach will lead to less heat being generated. We have run several test on these products, and were amazed at the low heat output.

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They are trading lower cost, for definitely lower heat. Is this a trade you want to make? Are you willing to possibly endanger your customers?

At Kelmin Products we take pride in our product and the fact that we give the maximum heat necessary to keep your customers safe. We continue to use High Purity DEG (Diethylene Glycol) as our fuel. Thus you will get the same heat output from WIK chafing dish fuel now, as you have experienced for the last 25 years.

Check your labels and ensure you are getting the heat you need, and the quality product you deserve. Please don’t hesitate to contact us with any questions you might have.

Kelmin Products Inc.