GALLERY: 10 commercial fryers to suit big or small budgetsIn Depth by Andrew Seymour on 4th August 2015 facebookTwitterLinkedIn Electrolux Professional’s High Productivity Fryer is perfectly suited to outlets with significant levels of output, boasting the ability to cook up to 20.1kg of frozen food per hour while still ensuring uniform cooking and consistent results. List price: £2,450 With a highly efficient burner system that reduces energy consumption and built-in filtration to extend oil life and reduces running costs, Falcon’s single pan, twin basket G401F is ideal for those looking for efficiency and reliability without compromising on quality and quantity. List price: £4,770 The newly-launched Frymaster FilterQuick fryer enables caterers to produce outstanding results while using 40% less oil and 10% less energy than previous models. List price: £21,620 Henny Penny’s Evolution Elite EEE-143 purports to take frying to a whole new order of quality, simplicity and cost management. The vat contains 40% less oil than units of a similar production capacity while maintaining extremely fast recovery, cooking times and product loads. List price: £10,604 Lincat claims its OG7115/F Vortech fryer heralds a new era in energy efficient gas frying technology and boasts built-in filtration to extend the life of cooking oil by up to 75%. List price: £6,225 Pantheon’s stainless steel electric fryer is exceptionally easy to use and clean, with simple controls allowing the user to set the required temperature manually and an indicator light clearly displaying when the temperature is reached. List Price: £679 Parry’s 3kw electric fryer is designed specifically for economy and standalone use and its key features include a lift-out control panel and element, safety thermostat and removable tank. Price: £272 Pitco’s CE-SELV14C-2/FD fryer is a low oil volume fryer, which uses only 16 litres of oil as opposed to 25 litres but its USP is that it will produce the same amount of fries per hour. List price: £29,857 Thor’s gas fryer boasts a deep cool zone to increase the quality and lifetime of the oil, while a door hides the energy efficient high heat baffle tube system. List price: £900 The fryer pans from Valentine’s Evo 2200P range are pressed from single pieces of stainless steel and energy efficiency comes from insulated pans and smaller cool zones that save up to 10% on oil capacity producing the same output as previous models. List price: £5,430 Advertisement Tags : catering equipmentFryersproducts previous article Owners of Pizza Hut weigh up chain’s future as profits climb next article Crowded market place coerces EAT into getting creative The author Andrew Seymour you might also like HIGH-FRYING BIRDS: The budding chicken chain chirpy about smart fryer technology Victor Manufacturing MD Phil Williams leads buyout of company Innovation Showcase shines spotlight on new kit at FEJ’s stand Kitchen appliance behind the ‘pink burger’ is back with enhanced control 5 cool kitchen innovations we saw at the NRA Show in Chicago this week Leave a Response Cancel reply CommentName Email Save my name, e-mail, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.