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Commercial Fryers

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Fryer electric

11814E

Fryer electric
$11,320.03
High-Production Fryer electric

RE180-17

High-Production Fryer electric
$11,582.17

Commercial Deep Fryers

Commercial fryers are essential for any commercial cooking establishment. They can be used in large industrial kitchens, as well as small- to medium-sized restaurants, cafeterias, and caterers.

Commercial fryers come in two types: electric and gas. Gas-powered models are typically more expensive than electric fryers, but they often offer greater flexibility in terms of cooking temperature and other factors. Some commercial deep fryers use propane for fuel because it is cheaper than natural gas or electricity; this type of commercial fryer is also known as a propane deep frying unit (PDU) and typically produces less pollution than a standard propane barbecue grill

The commercial fryer is one of the most popular types, with its popularity stemming from its versatility, efficiency, and durability. Commercial fryers are prevalent in restaurants all over the world. They can be used to cook anything from fries to chicken nuggets to onion rings. Fryers come in both gas and electric varieties, but gas fryers are more common in commercial kitchens because they require less maintenance than their electric counterparts. Gas is better for frying because it can handle higher temperatures, meaning that it's less likely to produce unsafe oil.

Commercial fryers are typically used by restaurants, hotels, and other food service establishments. They are often installed in the back of a kitchen or restaurant to help cook larger batches of fries at a time. 

Some commercial gas fryers have an automatic thermostat that regulates the temperature automatically while cooking to help produce consistent results every time..

Gas is also more versatile than electricity; gas fryers come with features like dual-sided cooking (allowing cooks to fry on both sides of the machine), which make them more flexible in terms of what types of food they can prepare.

Poplar commercial fryers are perfect for restaurants, hotels, caterers, buffet kitchens, convenience stores, and more.

Commercial fryers are used in restaurants to cook French fries or other fried food. They are also found in convenience stores for cooking fast food or even in your home kitchen.

It would be a rare occurrence to find a fast food or chain restaurant that is not equipped with a deep fryer. The demand for fried food is high and frying equipment has come a long way. The first fast-food fryers were introduced in the 1950s and were often used to make French fries. These fryers were electric and used the same design as residential models with most of the cooking happening in a hot oil heated by an electric coil.

Commercial propane deep fryers are better suited for restaurants that need to provide quality service on a massive scale because they can cook large batches of foods at once with minimal supervision.

It would be a rare occurrence to find a fast food or chain restaurant that is not equipped with a deep fryer. The demand for fried food is high and frying equipment has come a long way. The first fast-food fryers were introduced in the 1950s and were often used to make French fries. These fryers were electric and used the same design as residential models with most of the cooking happening in a hot oil heated by an electric coil.

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