Cambro Products

Cambro Manufacturing debuts first of its kind High Heat Measuring Cups

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The new Cambro High Heat Measuring Cups are a revolutionary foodservice product. Made from the same High Heat material utilized in Cambro’s H-PansTM, the new High Heat Measuring Cups won’t crack or shatter during regular use. Safe for use in commercial microwaves, ovens and dishwashers, Cambro’s High Heat Measuring Cups are safe for use with hot liquids, oils or sauces.

Cambro’s High Heat Measuring Cups are made from heat-tolerant, food-grade material that withstands temperatures ranging from -40˚ to 375˚F (-40˚ to 190˚C) and are available in sizes 2 qt. (1,9 L) and  4 qt. (3,8 L). Not only are Cambro’s High Heat Measuring Cups 75 percent lighter than glass measuring cups, they are designed with a molded in handle that stays cool to the touch. Cambro’s High Heat Measuring Cups are ideal for heating liquids or sauces in the microwave, collecting hot water from a dispenser, filling steam tables or chafing dishes, or rehydrating food products.

Standard and metric graduations are molded-in to each measuring cup, ensuring accuracy and consistency through the rigors of foodservice. Use Cambro’s High Heat Measuring Cups with optional Splatter-Proof Cover (sold separately) to protect contents further. The Splatter-Proof Cover fits both size cups, is self-venting and designed to prevent splatters and spills that can occur during heating, leaving the inside of the microwave or oven clean.

This first of its kind product will positively change the way you heat and pour liquids. Visit www.cambro.com or contact your Cambro rep for more information.


ABOUT THE AUTHOR: ADRIANA DESIDERIO IS THE DIGITAL CONTENT MANAGER AT CAMBRO.

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