Stainless Steel Trolley with pair of side shelves

Discover our stainless steel plancha trolleys to learn the features they offer us for our gas planchas and our electric planchas, as well as to transport the plancha accessories that allow us to cook like great chefs

Suitable for 60 and 75 cm big planchas, these stainless steel trolleys will also allow you to use them as a worktop thanks to their folding shelves.

How do you clean a stainless steel plancha trolley?

To clean a stainless steel trolley, follow these steps:

  • Remove any food debris that has settled on the trolley.
  • Mix warm water with a mild detergent or stainless steel cleaner.
  • Apply the cleaning solution to the outside and inside of the cart using a soft-bristled brush or sponge.
  • Rinse the surface with clean water and dry with a soft cloth.
  • Avoid using abrasive sponges or steel wool, which can scratch the surface of the stainless steel.

How do you assemble a plancha trolley?

The process of assembling a plancha depends on the particular model you purchased. However, in general, assembling a plancha trolley follows the steps below:

  • Unpack all the parts and make sure you have all the necessary hardware and tools.
  • Follow the manufacturer's instructions carefully and assemble the trolley frame.
  • Install the wheels and make sure they are securely attached.
  • Install any shelves that came with the trolley.
  • Place the plancha on the trolley and secure it according to the manufacturer's instructions.

How to choose a plancha trolley?

When choosing a plancha trolley, consider the following factors:

  • Size: Choose a steel plancha trolley that is the right size for your needs, depending on the cooking surface you need.
  • Material: Look for a plancha trolley made of durable materials, such as stainless steel or powder-coated steel.
  • Features: Consider the features you need, such as storage shelves, side tables, or built-in sinks.
  • Mobility: Choose a steel plancha trolley with sturdy, lockable wheels if you need to move it frequently.

How do you maintain a plancha trolley?

To maintain a plancha cart, follow these steps:

  • Clean the outside and inside of the cart after each use, using a mild detergent or stainless steel cleaner.
  • Rinse the surface of the trolley with clean water and dry it with a soft cloth.
  • Cover the cart with a cover when not in use, to protect it from the elements.
  • Lubricate the moving parts and wheels of the cart when necessary to ensure proper operation.
  • Store the stainless steel plancha trolley in a covered area, such as a covered patio or outdoor kitchen, to protect it from rain and other elements.

What size for a plancha trolley?

The size of a plancha trolley depends on the cooking surface you need and the space available in your outdoor kitchen or patio. Some stainless plancha trolleys have a cooking surface of only 16 inches, while others can measure up to 36 inches or more. Think about how many people you'll be cooking for and how much space you have available for the plancha cart. In addition, be sure to choose a steel plancha trolley that is compatible with your existing gas supply or opt for a model with its own gas cylinder.

How to move your plancha easily?

To easily move a plancha, plancha trolleys are the most suitable equipment. They save you from having to carry the planchas, which are usually relatively heavy. The carts allow you to transport your plancha to where you want it effortlessly.

How to protect your plancha and trolley from the weather?

To protect your plancha and its trolley from the elements, follow these steps:

  • Choose a trolley made of a durable, weather-resistant material, such as stainless steel.
  • Make sure the trolley is equipped with a cover that can protect the plancha plate and trolley from the elements.
  • Store the plancha with the trolley in a covered area, such as a covered patio or outdoor kitchen, to provide extra protection from the elements.
  • Clean and maintain the plancha and trolley regularly to prevent rust and other damage.