Pizza warmers feature special round shelves and pizza signage to assist your merchandising efforts. You will want to consider the style of service, the dimensions of the cabinet, and whether or not there is controlled humidity when searching for a cabinet.
The overall dimensions of this type of warming and holding equipment (especially the width and depth) are critical in determining how much countertop space you will need. How you intend to serve the pizza to the customers is important, too. Full-service food warmers only have access doors in the back of the cabinet, so the employee will have to dish up each slice. Self-serve units have access in the front and back, so customers can grab their own product in the front while workers restock form the rear.
Warming cabinets that are fully enclosed can have either dry heat or add a little bit of humidity to the air. Warmers with controlled humidity help increase the products shelf life and ability to be sold, because nobody wants to buy a pizza that looks like cardboard. With a Pizza Warmer, you can be certain that every slice is served hot and delicious.