Sauce Dispenser Guns
Prince Castle’s large variety of smallwares are easy to use, efficient, durable, improve prep time, are ergonomically designed for safe handling and is second-to-none in construction and quality.
Prince Castle Sauce Dispensers are perfect for portion control of heavy sauces such as tarter, mayonnaise, sour cream and guacamole. With a click of the trigger, a portion-controlled amount of sauce is dispensed – no spooning, no mess and no fuss!
The cartridge bottles, made of polyethylene plastic, keep the sauce covered and free from contamination. Accessories are available for storage and handling the sauce dispensers.
Note: Bottles sold separately. Each bottle holds 26 ounces.
- Precise portion control for heavy sauces.
- Four models available to dispense 1/3 oz. (9.44 grams) to 1 oz. (2834 grams).
- Great for heavy sauces like tartar, mayonnaise, sour cream, and guacamole.
- Optional accessories add versatility.
Product Spec Sheet
|Model Number||Width in (cm)||Length in (cm)||Height in (cm)||Shipping Weight lbs (kg)|
|580 Series||3.44 (8.73)||7.60 (19.30)||19.06 (48.41)||3.00 (1.40)|
|580-NMCC||Sauce Dispenser – 1/3 oz (9.44 g) Red Handle|
|581-NMCC||Sauce Dispenser – 1/2 oz (14.17 g) White Handle|
|582-NMCC||Sauce Dispenser – 2/3 oz (18.88 g) Black Handle|
|583-NMCC||Sauce Dispenser – 1 oz (28.34 g) Green Handle|
|589-NMCC||Sauce Dispenser – 1/4 oz (7.09 g) Yellow Handle|
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