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Free UK Mainland : 2 - 5 working days - Postcode depandant - You will receive a booking in call prior to delivery.
Deliveries to Northern and Republic of Ireland Approx 3 day delivery

NEXT WORKING DAY DELIVERY Orders must be received before 12pm. Delivered on a pallet, pavement drop only - you will again receive a booking in call.
Unpack and Position - Ground floor location with unrestricted access - Available as an optional extra, call to discuss

Disposal of Existing Cabinet Available as an optional extra, call to discuss


2 year manufacturers parts warranty included.
Optional 1 and 2 year labour warranty available

A great way to display and serve hot foods with the Interlevin BM8710 gastronrom bain marie .Ideal for holding precooked food at a ready to serve temperature. This bain marie comes without andy pans but is suitable for a single gastronorm pan 150 mm deep of two x 1/2 GN pans or 3 x 1/3 GN pans. Drainage tap included for ease of cleaning.
Manufacturer : Interlevin
Model Reference : BM8710
Heat Source :
Capacity : 1 x 1/1 GN
Dimensions : 333 mm wide x 570 mm deep x 240 mm High
Power - Kwh/24h :
Power Supply : 13 amp plug
Max Container Depth (mm) :
Weight :

Electric bain marie suitable for gastronorm pans of 150 mm deep
Quality stainless steel construction
Adjustable temperature between 30 to 90 dec C
Tap fitted as standard
Wet heat only
1 year labour warranty available


What is a Bain Marie?
A bain marie, also known as a water bath or double boiler, a type of heated bath, is used to gently and gradually heat cooking products to a fixed temperature, or to keep food products warm over a period of time.
To use most bain maries, turn the heat to maximum for approximately 20 mins then turn the heat to the desired setting. In the case of a wet bain marie add water to a depth of 10 mm around the base of the gastronorm or pot. Add the hot food to the containers. Ensure the water level remains topped up and change the water regularly, do not allow the appliance to boil dry.
What is a Dry Heat Bain Marie?
Dry heat bain maries work similar to standard ovens, either thermostatically or manually. It tends to use less energy than moist heat, although it heats less quickly. If you plan on moving the container, often dry heat holding and warming equipment may be a better option because there is no risk of spillage.
Holding items with long cook times, such as stews or potatoes. These items can be placed in the holding equipment while hot for service.
Warming or reheating foods such as breads, pastries and soups.
Heating plates and bowls.
As self-service units.
What is a Wet Heat Bain Marie?
Moist heat comes from humidifiers in the equipment that release a small amount of moisture into the holding area. They prevent items from drying out without making the food soggy. Moist heat tends to use more energy, but heats up faster.
Works well for any type of product.
Items high in moisture or fat may not do as well in a moist heat environment.
Humidifiers vary from a built-in water trough to automatic atmospheric controls.
Water trough humidifiers allow water vapors to be released in the cabinet providing moisture.
More sophisticated humidifiers have atmospheric and temperature controls so you can adjust the amount of moisture and heat for different products
On a wet heat bain marie a drainage tap is useful for ease of cleaning.


Standard Delivery Costs : FREE UK Mainland
Standard Delivery Timescale :
Delivery Option :
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Guarantee : Optional Guarantee Choices
Parts Guarantee : 2 years included
Labour Guarantee : 1 year optional


Bain Marie - Gastronorm
Wet Heat
Standard Delivery
2 - 5 working days - postcode dependent
Product Code

Customer Reviews

Interlevin BM8710 Bain Marie with Tap (without Pans)

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Product Code BM8710

Key Features
333 x 570 x 240 mm (WxDxH)
6 x 1/4 GN