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Vollrath (47140) 4 oz. Stainless Steel Disher - size 8
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- NSF certified dishers has molded one-piece handle improves durability, makes cleaning easy and prevents handle from coming apart
- Stainless steel bowl and components to prevent corrosion and insure longer life; blade extends beyond bowl to prevent sticking
- Color-coded handle for no-guess size selection; extended grooved handle provides a sure grip for comfortable use
- Coated handles are equipped with Agion antimicrobial protection for food safety
- Available in No.8-Size, 4-Ounce capacity and gray handle
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This dishers is constructed of a fully color-coded polypropylene handle with component parts is made from stainless steel. Handle is ribbed surface and built-in stopper notch to prevent slippage. Handle equipped with Agion antimicrobial protection. Handle construction is a one-piece design with no crevices to collect water or bacteria. Bowl dimensions is exact to insure consistent capacities within 5 percent. Capacities must be clearly stamped on the top side of the gear rack for easy identification, disher number is stamped on the sweep. It is NSF certified. Available in No.8-size, 4-ounce capacity and gray handle. Measures 2-13/16-inch width by 9-9/16-inch height.
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Unfortunately it's not mentioned on this product page (at this time anyway), but these dishers are NOT MEANT FOR SCOOPING ICE CREAM or any other frozen or hard food. This and other useful information is available on Vollrath's website. These dishers are meant strictly for portion/size control – if you want all your cookies, muffins, cupcakes, meatballs, etc. to be the same size, this is what you need. Restaurants use these dishers for portion control; for example, dishing out the same/maximum amount of potato salad on every burger plate. If you want to scoop ice cream, you need something designed for that – not this portion disher.
This brand stands out in quality from all the rest – Vollrath has been making equipment for the foodservice industry for 140 years. But they don't guarantee their products for "personal, family or household use" - only commercial - something to think about.
You might find the chart I've included useful when selecting the size you need.
Thank you Vollrath for offering this product to all of us. Mary Lou :)
The #16 makes large, attractive, bakery-sized cookies that are about 3 to 4 inches in diameter, with most in the 3.5 inch range. I find this to be a great size for bake sales, but rather too large for regular household use. For cookies we’re going to eat at home, I use the Vollrath #40 (3/4 ounce) which makes cookies in the 2.5 inch range (give or take half an inch).
My only complaint about the Vollrath scoop is that they don’t make a left-handed version. This is a strongly right-handed tool. I am left-handed and I usually hold this scoop in my left hand, scoop the food, and then reach up at an angle with my index and middle fingers to pull down on the lever to release the food. This is awkward. The angle I have to hold it at means that the “power sweep” of the arc is from the bottom of the scoop to the top, rather than top to bottom, which makes it a little more difficult to free sticky substances. I sometimes switch the tool to my right hand for the release, which makes for an easier release but feels more awkward to me as my right hand is weaker and less accurate than my left one. But these are small issues to me compared with the high quality and performance of this scoop.