It’s hard to know exactly what piece of equipment is right for your business needs, or what type of parts go with your specific equipment, without a little help. With hundreds of different refrigeration units, fryers, and ice machines, the choices can be daunting, but who would Tundra be if we didn’t help you along the way?
Let’s get this buying experience started with guides that help you learn more about commercial equipment, the parts that go with that equipment, and how to DIY. Of course, you can always call us or Live Chat with us to learn more. Happy learning!
When looking to shop for new refrigeration units for your home, it’s hard to know which one is perfect for your needs.
A commercial deep fryer cooks foods extremely efficiently and quickly, and are often used in restaurants and commercial kitchens for appetizers and specific entrees.
When shopping for new equipment, it can be overwhelming to weed through the differences from one piece to the next, but the good news is that when it comes to shopping for new Globe mixers, we can help make that decision a little easier.
Learn more about commercial microwaves including the differences between push button and dial microwaves, purchasing considerations and more.
Learn about different types of commercial toasters like pop-up, conveyor, and bagel toasters and what you should consider before purchasing one for your restaurant.
It can chop, dice, shred and knead dough, saving you countless hours of prep time. Find out how even the smallest kitchen can benefit with a food processor.
Learn about the kinds of ice machines, ice types and other factors you should consider before purchasing a commercial ice machine for your business.
These refrigerated beverage dispensers are perfect for convenience stores, kiosks, grocery stores, gas stations and much more!
Find out why induction equipment is finding its way into more restaurant kitchens.
Learn the difference between bar and food blenders, and what you should consider before buying your next blender.
Sometimes referred to as door seals or gaskets, other times as that suction-thing-around-the-inside-of-the-door-of-my-refrigerator, if your refrigeration doors aren’t sealing right, this is the place to find out everything you need to know to get a tight seal.
Whether you refer to them simply as wheels or by their most common name, heavy-duty casters are the little workhorses that help bring some much needed simplicity to the commercial kitchen.
Keep your commercial kitchen slicers and choppers working like new by learning how to replace the blades.
Read this buying guide on commercial kitchen water filters, including why you need water filters, what kitchen equipment uses them, and how easy they are to replace.
Make sure the gas connectors and hoses for your restaurant equipment meet health and safety codes.
Learn more about the differences between commercial faucets like deck and wall mount faucets, gooseneck faucets, and eco-friendly faucets.
Keep your walk-in cooler running for the long haul with the right parts.
Being comfortable and stylish was never supposed to go together for the back of house staff, which is why most restaurateurs settled for comfort over style. But taboos were meant to be broken.
From carpeted floor mats to anti-fatigue kitchen mats – these mats do more than just lay around.
Did you know there is a reason why you would want round food storage containers in your restaurant, instead of square?
From cooking thermometers to cold temp thermometers – having the right temperature tools in your kitchen will keep your business and customers safe.
Read more about different types of kitchen scales like hanging, bench, and pizza scales to determine which one is best for your restaurant.
Between wine glasses, cocktail glasses, tumblers, goblets and more—how do you choose? We'll cover the highlights of commercial glassware in this buying guide.
Here’s your guide to the food safety supplies and equipment you need to ace your next health inspector visit and protect customers.
Learn more about commercial disposable dinnerware, including the differences between recyclable, compostable, plastic and paper single-use disposables.
Learn more about the types of chinaware for your restaurant, including stoneware, porcelain and other dinnerware.
Your guide to learning about different types of commercial cutlery, including the construction, care and maintenance of your knives.
In this buying guide we'll feature our favorite commercial baking supplies sure to make any baker giddy.
Learn the differences between chrome-plated wire shelving, epoxy coated shelving and polymer shelving to find out which commercial shelving is best for your restaurant.