Thermodyne Foodservice Products, Inc., was founded in 1987 upon the development of a revolutionary method of heat transfer. Dating back to the late 70's, research and development began to seek out a better method of transferring heat to food products and maintaining food quality for extended periods of time, after it was cooked. The focus was twofold:

  1. Transferring heat at an exact temperature without exceeding it at any time using conduction cooking.
  2. Developing an efficient conduction cooking method suitable to the foodservice industry to decrease the usage of damaging high temperatures.

After extensive design and testing, Thermodyne's first-ever model was released as the THS 2000, three-in-one unit. This model was marketed as the Swiss Army Knife of the foodservice industry, as it offered amazing capability in cooking, holding, and rethermalizing a large variety of food products in the same cabinet at the same time. In the years to follow, Thermodyne continued refining technology and adding models to the line of conduction equipment in an effort to address food capacity needs of all sizes.

Now & Into the Future

Today, Thermodyne offers more than 35 different models ranging from a three-shelf counter-top unit to a unit capable of holding 42 full-size steam table pans, many of which are available for same-day shipment in the United States. Thermodyne also offers extensive design experience and the manufacturing capacity to customize equipment to meet specific customer needs.

As we continue to grow, we have not lost sight of how it all started. Thermodyne continues to research and develop new products that are sure to impact the foodservice industry for many years to come. We look forward to working with your organization and thank you for your interest in Thermodyne!

Mission Statement

The mission at Thermodyne is to provide innovative cooking and holding equipment to positively impact food quality and restaurant profitability while doing our part to help address the worldwide crisis of food waste, which amounts to 2.5 billion tons per year.