Two new fryers with built-in filtration from Lincat can extend the life of cooking oil by up to 50%, improve the taste and healthiness of food and prevent staff from suffering lifting injuries, burns and slips when they manually filter the oil.
The system drains oil from the tank through a primary filter to remove larger food debris, then pumps it through a SuperSorb carbon pad filter that removes particles as fine as 0.5 microns (0.0005mm) before returning it to the tank.
The process - which is best performed daily - takes just 4-6 minutes for a full tank of oil. Lincat says the fryers will pay for themselves within 10 months.
They are variants on two popular Opus 700 electric models. The 22kW OE7108/F is priced at £3,845 and the twin-tank 2 x 12kW EE7113/F costs £3,965.
The newcomers expand the Opus 700 fryer range to 10 models. The electric units are built with hinged lift-and-park elements and gas units are externally fired to allow easy access to the fryer tanks for cleaning.
The tanks have inclined bases and large bore drains for rapid draining. All are supplied with a two-year parts and labour warranty.
To buy it, call 01522 875500