Dispensing Systems for Film, Foil and Baking Parchment

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Frequently asked questions

Q – Can a Wrapmaster dispenser be cleaned in the dishwasher?
A – Yes, Wrapmaster dispensers are designed to withstand commercial dishwasher temperatures.

Q – Can I use any refill rolls in the Wrapmaster dispenser?
A – No, only genuine Wrapmaster refill rolls can be used.

Q – Can I use Wrapmaster foodservice film in the microwave?
A – Yes, when cooking in a microwave do not wrap food directly in the film. For best results place over a microwave-safe dish or container folding back a corner to allow the steam to escape – do not puncture. Maximum temperature for microwave use is 212°F / 100°C. Do not use in conventional or combination ovens or microwave browning units.

Q – Can I use Wrapmaster foodservice film in the freezer?
A – Yes. It’s ideal for separating small items such as fish, chops, steaks, burgers, cakes etc. before overwrapping into storage bags or boxes, so they can be removed individually. It won’t cling very well, once it comes out of the freezer.

Q – Is Wrapmaster foodservice film safe to use?
A – Yes, our foodservice film is FDA compliant and safe to use. To avoid danger of suffocation, keep this product out of reach of babies and small children.

Q – What is the difference between PVC and PE Film?
A – PVC is the film of choice for the majority of professional caterers as it has the best cling properties and is suitable for 95% of all food use. PE film lacks the cling properties of PVC foodservice film and is suitable for wrapping high fat foods such as lard, butter, cheese and fish.

Q – Can I use Wrapmaster foodservice foil in the oven and microwave?
A – Yes, but do not allow the foil to come into direct contact with a naked flame or electric elements. Always consult the owner’s manual of your microwave oven and heed the manufacturer’s recommendations for the use of foodservice foil. It can be safe to use small amounts of foodservice foil in a microwave oven.

Q – Can I use foodservice foil in the freezer?
A – Yes, foodservice foil is easy to mould around food and its strength and thickness will keep food fresh when stored in a freezer or refrigerator.

Q – What can baking parchment be used for?
A – Baking parchment is ideal for your baking needs. It has a silicone coating which eliminates the need to pre-grease the parchment, providing excellent non-stick quality. Wrapmaster baking parchment is unbleached and does not contain any fluorinated chemicals.

Q – Can Wrapmaster baking parchment be used in the oven?
A – Yes, Wrapmaster baking parchment can be used in an oven. Do not allow baking parchment to come in direct contact with a naked flame, electrical heating elements or sides of an oven. Handle with care when cooking as the baking parchment may become hot. Let cool and/or use suitable heat proof gloves. Do not use at a temperature exceeding 428°F / 220°C. Let cool and/or use suitable heat proof gloves. Do not use at a temperature exceeding 428°F / 220°C.

Wrapmaster 3000 Cling Film Wrap

“I’ve been using the Wrapmaster products for years, they make everything faster and easier in a busy kitchen. When I joined Anglo American I asked my manager to switch from cardboard cutterboxes to the Wrapmaster dispenser. The fact that you can wash them, makes meeting health & safety, as well as hygiene rules that much easier, so we have a few dotted around the kitchen”

John Runacres - Sous Chef, Anglo American