Roll top vs hinged lid pan??

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jcarbon
Hamburger
2014/01/23 09:01:08
Just wondering if there is a particular reason one is better than the other? 
 
Roll top:
 
http://www.webstaurantsto...ble-roll-top-cover.jpg
 
Hinged lid pan:
 
http://shop.topdogcarts.c...82180841950336568.jpeg
 
 
 
HotDogopolis
Junior Burger
Re:Roll top vs hinged lid pan?? 2014/01/23 23:19:52
Hinged lids might be simpler to use onsite, but be very sure that your Health Department will allow them. They are more difficult to clean properly back at the commissary. Food and other nasties can get stuck in the hinge.
jcarbon
Hamburger
Re:Roll top vs hinged lid pan?? 2014/01/24 08:50:15
HotDogopolis

Hinged lids might be simpler to use onsite, but be very sure that your Health Department will allow them. They are more difficult to clean properly back at the commissary. Food and other nasties can get stuck in the hinge.

 
Thanks! Making sure everything is clean is a top priority for me. I also think the roll tops are a bit more visually appealing than the hinged tops. 
 
John
bellehill
Cheeseburger
Re:Roll top vs hinged lid pan?? 2014/02/11 10:28:54
i think i would be lost with out the hinged lids.   at times it gets very windy but we have no flying lids.    yes  they are very hard to clean.
Tristan225
Cheeseburger
Re:Roll top vs hinged lid pan?? 2014/02/11 22:34:25
+1!
bellehill

i think i would be lost with out the hinged lids.   at times it gets very windy but we have no flying lids.    yes  they are very hard to clean.


zumguteetz
Cheeseburger
Re:Roll top vs hinged lid pan?? 2014/02/18 11:37:46
When I ran my restaurant I found that the roll type lids kept water from dripping down on the buns. I am goig to get one for my cart as I haven't figured out how to keep them dry thus far.