Pizza Dough Retarder Tables
Pizza dough retarder. A dough retarder or pizza prep table is the perfect tool for any restaurant business working with dough. Dough Retarders come with or without marble tops. Marble tops are great for dough, as the smooth surface and hard material makes for the best dough material. Stainless steel tops on dough retarders and pizza prep tables will certainly get the job done. Dough retarders generally have a deeper prep area. Pizza prep tables generally have a refrigerated rail. When choosing a model consider: drawers, doors, combination of the two, size, certification this will help you know which pizza prep table is best for you. Dough retarders fit food pans to store ingredients. Casters are good for easy cleaning, and mobility. Custom designs and sizes are available upon request.
Universal Coolers MDR-4 - 48" Refrigerated Pizza Dough Retarder Table - Marble Top
List Price: $3,996.75
Our Price: $2,012.50
Universal Coolers MDR-6 - 72" Refrigerated Pizza Dough Retarder Table - Marble Top
List Price: $5,225.75
Our Price: $2,334.50
Universal Coolers MDR-8 - 96" Refrigerated Pizza Dough Retarder Table - Marble Top
List Price: $5,986.54
Our Price: $3,409.50
Dough Retarders: Buying Guides
Any pizzeria needs a pizza dough retarder to refrigerate the dough and store the condiments. Commercial pizza dough retarders are the perfect tool to separate your restaurant/pizzeria from the competition. Dough retarder refrigerators come with a 32” deep work top space which typically comes in stainless steel, plastic, or marble. The marble top is a favorite, and is said to be the best for working with dough. Dough retarders come in a variety of different sizes and generally come refrigerated. Pizza dough retarders hold hotel sized pans which can be great for cheese or sauce. The construction of pizza dough retarders are stainless steel and typically include an integrated door light.
Top 3 Questions:
What Size Do I Need? Before purchasing a dough retarder be sure to take proper measurements. Important measurements to consider are length, width, and height. Be sure to know how much work top space you need.
Marble, Stainless Steel, or Plastic? Consider the type of work top you want for your pizza restaurant. Stainless steel and plastic are a sturdy and more economical choice. Marble is a “dough making” all-time favorite.
Caster or Legs? Caster also known as, wheels are a great option. Casters allow the dough retarder to be moved easily for duties such as cleaning. Locks on the wheels ensure the dough retarder will not move out of place.