Energy-efficient Alto-Shaam gas fryer from Equip Line

28 February 2008 by
Energy-efficient Alto-Shaam gas fryer from Equip Line

A new burner and heat-exchange technology that maximises the distribution of heat energy has given the Alto-Shaam ASF-75G gas fryer a 71% energy-efficiency rating - almost 11% ahead of its nearest rival - and recently won it the Kitchen Innovation 2007 award from the National Restaurant Association of America.

The burner and heat exchange system is driven by a fan-assisted combustion system with inbuilt controls for ignition and flame rectification.

The stainless-steel fryer features Eco-Smart technology; quick oil temperature recovery; dual solid-state controls with electronic ignition; and a melt cycle for solid or liquid fats or oils. The stainless-steel fry tank can hold 33kg of frying compound and includes two fry baskets and a cleaning brush set.

Temperatures range from 93°C to 199°C, while standard features encompass automatic basket lifts, an oil-filtration system, and a mobile oil trolley with a filter assembly.

Once it has received CE approval the fryer will be available in the UK exclusively through Equip Line with a seven-year limited fry tank warranty.

To buy it, call 01895 272236Equip Line

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