Cadco - PCG-10C - 120V Countertop Buffet Griddle

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For making pancakes, breakfast meats, and eggs, the Cadco - PCG-10C - 120V Countertop Buffet Griddle is the perfect addition to your restaurant kitchen. The PCG-10C has a temperature range of 155 to 205 degrees, a non-stick cooking surface, cool-touch handles, a removable grease tray and a stainless steel splash guard. Measuring at 24 1/2 inches wide, 12 1/2 inches deep, and 8 1/4 inches high, the Cadco 120V Countertop Buffet Griddle (PCG-10C) is made out of stainless steel and has one burner.

120V Countertop Buffet Griddle Features

  • Counter top warming tray
  • 24 1/2 in (W) x 12 1/2 in (D) x 8 1/4 in (H)
  • 21 in (W) x 12 in (Depth) cooking area
  • 155° to 205°F temperature range
  • Non-stick commercial cooking surface
  • Removable stainless steel splash guard
  • Cool touch stainless steel handles
  • On/off switch w/ indicator light
  • Removable grease tray
  • Not recommended for all day use
  • 120V/60Hz/1-Ph/2.5A/300W
  • cUL and UL Safety and Sanitation
  • One year parts and labor warranty
  • Note: Includes commercial SJTO cordset
  • Control: Thermostatic
  • No. of Burners: 1 Burner
  • Power: Electric
  • Width: 21 in

nice product but hard to get, had to wait 6 weeks


great griddle surface, works great but have ordered two at two diff. times and both times had to wait over 6 weeks with no communication from Cadco. But still nice product.


saugerties ny


120V Countertop Buffet Griddle

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Can I order the leg and handle assembly for the cadco 550 griddle?

Roy Glen

You will need to call sales at 888-388-6372 with the serial number for that unit.


Can you use a metal spatula on the cooktop or will it scratch the surface?


If you using a cooking method that would cause the potential for scratching then I would not use a metal spatula. However, if you are just turning or flipping items on it then a metal turner will be ok to use on this.