We were very excited to see our LED lit canapé tray feature in The Peripheral. This is a new show on Amazon Prime. You can catch a glimpse of it in the trailer for season 1 of The Peripheral, albeit briefly!
More about our LED lit canapé tray
We fabricate bespoke LED lit canapé trays to order. Our LED lit canapé trays are available in two power options; we either supply a version which uses AA batteries or a USB power pack. A USB power pack is more suitable for longer usage times and is a more environmentally friendly solution. The standard size of our LED lit canapé tray is 350mm square. However, our bespoke service means we can supply you with a different size to meet your requirements.
Other canapé tray options
We also produce other types of canape trays and cheese covers. We can design and build these following your brief or fabricate to your design. To see other examples of our LED lit canapé trays and alternative catering trays please follow this link: https://www.abplas.co.uk/acrylic-catering-trays/
Is acrylic hygienic?
Acrylic is non-porous, which means that it does not contain any small openings or cracks that can trap dirt or bacteria. This makes it less likely to harbour harmful microorganisms than porous materials like wood or fabric. One of the benefits of acrylic is that it is relatively easy to clean and disinfect. Acrylic can be easily cleaned with soap and water. It can also be disinfected using common household disinfectants or hospital-grade disinfectants.
In conclusion, acrylic is hygienic when it is properly cleaned and disinfected. It’s commonly used in medical settings and to make products like food covers and shields.
Is acrylic heat safe?
It is worth noting that acrylic surfaces should not be exposed to high heat. This is because the material may become brittle and crack under such conditions. Additionally, harsh chemicals or abrasives should be avoided, as they can damage the acrylic.
Is acrylic food safe?
Acrylic is a non-toxic material that does not release any harmful chemicals when it comes into contact with food. It is also considered to be non-reactive; meaning that it does not interact with foods in any way that would affect their quality or safety.
Acrylic is generally considered to be safe for use in contact with food. It is approved for food contact by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the European Union (EU).
In summary, acrylic is safe for use in contact with food, as long as it is kept clean and in good condition.