The Ultimate Guide to IMC Bussing Equipment

A huge part of running any restaurant is cleaning up by removing used & dirty wares off each table. Depending on the volume of your restaurant, this can either be a constant or occasional job, but it is one that must be done. Surely there must be stainless steel equipment to help out in bussing tables. The good news is that there are plenty of options to consider.

In this article, we’ll detail the importance of using bussing equipment & offer up some IMC equipment to help you in your search. Let’s start.

Is Bussing Equipment Really Necessary?

The truth of the matter is cleanliness is priority #1. Clearing away dirty dishes & utensils off the tables in a speedy fashion is one of the most essential tasks that can be performed in any restaurant. In high volume restaurants, utilizing bussing equipment is mandatory.

Maintaining a smooth dining operation is a vital. No one wants to juggle around plates, forks, spoons, cups, etc. in their arms. Utilizing bussing equipment will simply make your life easier.

The Essential IMC Bussing Equipment

Here are a few IMC products that will benefit your bussing activities:

Model #UT – Utility Cart

The classic cart is suitable for holding your utility boxes, dishpans & bus totes. The unit is constructed from 16-gauge type 300 series stainless steel & features an all welded frame construction. No plastic is used on these utility carts. The unit comes standard with push handles (with donut bumpers) & 5″ casters so moving the cart around your restaurant is easy.

Depending on your anticipated volume, each unit comes with 2-3 shelves. Non-drip edges & easy cleaning make this ideal for all sanitary locations. Have a closer look below:

Model #RTB – Tray Bussing Rack

These robust carts are fully enclosed & designed for heavy-duty use in tray delivery systems. The main point to remember is that by supplying your restaurant a tray bussing rack, your employees will be able to transport larger loads of dirty dishes in fewer trips. The unit features 2 doors that swing back & latch into place for service or washing. These carts come standard with a set of 5″ casters for easy maneuvering.

RTB can hold 22 or 44 trays depending on the model. It can accommodate 15″ x 20″ or 14″ x 18″ size trays. Here’s a quick spotlight:

Model #TT – Transport Truck

For larger scale transportation, Model #TT is the best way to get the job done. TT is all about capacity. Available with 5 or 6 shelves, the unit is designed for high volume establishments. No more lifting heavy loads or performing strenuous hauling.

The unit is constructed of 16-gauge type 300 series stainless steel shelves, held together by 16-gauge stainless steel square tubing. The shelves are placed approximately 10½” apart.

(2) Integral handles on each side are constructed from square tubing. Corner bumpers are located on all (4) sides of the cart. Finally, the unit sits on 5″ casters, (2) with brakes. Here’s the full breakdown:

IMC/Teddy understands turning over tables in a restaurant is a continuous task. In order to ensure that your bussers have all that they need to do their job, you’ll want to utilize the best stainless steel equipment to transport food, dirty dishes, or kitchen supplies. To learn more about how IMC can cater to your stainless steel needs, click here.

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