Original 1946 dairy trade vintage catalog for the ZEROLL COMPANY. Main office and plant was located at 2410 Robinwood Avenue, Toledo, OH.
Manufacturers of Zeroll Self-Defrosting, Non-Mechanical Ice Cream Dipper. Roldip with Zeroll.
Roldip is a coined word, used to describe the operation of the Zeroll Dipper which cuts and rolls the portion instead of digging it out of the can. The specially engineered bowl of the dipper rolls the strip of ice cream into a round, symmetrical, good looking serving. As the operator is not required to dip the Zeroll into water to defrost it, he can continue dipping without interruption, speeding service during rush periods. This also avoids ice pellets in the ice cream which accompany the use of water-defrosted dippers,. The Zeroll requires no special training on part of the operator. Anybody can Roldip with a Zeroll. Roldipping not only assures a profit to the retailer of the ice cream, but takes the hard labor out of dipping. People like to eat Roldipped ice cream because the flavor has not been mashed out of it and it's free from ice pellets.
Has product images, description, application and specifications provide product details.
Unbound from a large rare 1946 Dairy Industry Equipment Catalog, this unique old one-page technical brochure would display beautifully matted and framed. Nice graphics. A fabulous addition to your retro ice cream industry library.
Zeroll Company 1946 vintage dairy catalog ice cream dipper Roldip
- Product Code: zn974
- Length: 11 inches
- Width: 8 inches
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