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  • 23 3/4" x 24" cooking surface
  • Solid state thermostatic controls for every 12" of cooking surface
  • Heavy-duty 1" thick chrome plated griddle plate with mirror finish
  • Durable stainless steel construction
  • Tapered backsplash to protect surrounding walls and equipment
  • Removable cabinet back for effortless cleaning
  • Grease tray, chute, and drawer for quick and easy grease collection
  • 208V, 3 phase, 11.4 kW
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Countertop Griddles

Countertop Griddles

A countertop griddle is an indispensable part of many restaurant kitchens. In fact, it’s the main piece of cooking equipment in many diners, burger joints, and steak shops! Often called a flattop grill or flattop griddle, countertop griddles come in a variety of sizes, griddle plate thicknesses, and materials. In this video, we’ll go over some of the factors involved with choosing the perfect griddle. First, you'll need to choose between a gas or an electric powered griddle. This depends on the utilities that you have available, but if given the choice, you’ll want to note that gas models achieve temperature faster and recover faster than electric models. But if electricity is cheaper than gas in your area, electric griddles are a sensible choice. If you need very fast recovery time and the ability to run on electricity, an induction griddle is the best choice, but note that they are more expensive. Griddle size is another important consideration. Factor your menu and production needs when choosing the size of your griddle. How much cooking surface space will you need to make food efficiently during your busiest times? Another crucial factor is the availability of space under the hood. Cooking on griddles will give off grease-laden vapors that must be under a hood. If your griddle is placed at the end of your cook line, you’ll want to make sure you have at least 6 inches of hood overhang on the end of the line. Make sure to choose a control type that works for you. There are two types of controls, manual and thermostatic. Manually controlled griddles have no thermostat, so the controls are high, low or something in between. Some experienced griddle cooks like manual controls for items like burgers, cheese steaks, and other meats. Thermostatically controlled griddles allow you to set an exact temperature. This is great for more delicate breakfast foods, and it is also good feature if you have less experienced staff. However, thermostatically controlled griddles do cost more. Plate, or cooking surface, thickness is another factor you’ll need to consider. The thicker the plate, the more heat it will hold. In addition, a thicker plate is generally more warp-resistant and will last longer. Standard duty plates, which are a ½” thick, are great for snack counters, breakfast items, or places with limited hours and just a few griddle foods on the menu. Medium duty plates, which are ¾” thick, are the most common and serve as great workhorses in many restaurant environments. Lastly, heavy duty plates, which are 1” thick, are perfect for high volume restaurants and burger shops. If you're a high production environment or cook a large amount of frozen product, a thicker plate is your best bet. The final factor to keep in mind is whether or not you’ll want a chrome griddle plate. Most traditional griddle plates are made from durable steel, but a chrome-plated steel griddle plate is easier to clean, is better for releasing delicate items like eggs, and will also release much less heat into your kitchen. However, chrome griddle plates are less durable than steel, so they're not the best choice in kitchens where you'll be chopping food product with the edge of a spatula when making items like steak sandwiches. I hope this video helps you choose the perfect countertop griddle model for your restaurant. Thank you for watching, and if you have any questions, please use our Live Chat Button.

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Gas or electric, manual or thermostatic, countertop griddles have many different features. Before purchasing this indispensable piece of cooking equipment, watch this video to learn which countertop griddle is perfect for your food service operation.

MagiKitch'n MKE-24-ST-CHROME 208/3 Specs
Width 24 Inches
Depth 31 9/16 Inches
Height 25 5/16 Inches
Cooking Surface Width 23 3/4 Inches
Cooking Surface Depth 24 Inches
Amps 31.6 Amps
Hertz 60 Hertz
Phase 3 Phase
Voltage 208 Volts
Wattage 11,400 Watts
Control Type Thermostatic
Cooking Surface Material Chrome
Features Extra Deep Plate
Installation Type Countertop
Made in America Yes
Number of Burners 2
Number of Controls 2
Plate Thickness 1 Inches
Power Type Electric
Type Griddles
Usage Heavy Duty

Customer questions about this product

How should I care for my chrome top griddle?
Chrome top griddles offer many advantages over traditional steel plate griddles, but to keep them in top condition, special precautions should be taken. Sharp contact with the griddle surface, such as chopping meat, is not recommended. This will help to minimize deep scratches and abrasions. Teflon or other non-metal utensils are highly recommended.

Your griddle should be cleaned with warm, soapy water. Gentle scrubbing with a green scouring pad will take care of any spots that are more stubborn. Harsh chemicals and abrasive cleaning tools should be avoided, as they can damage the chrome surface.
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MagiKitch'n MKE-24-ST-CHROME 208/3 Details

Upgrade your restaurant's grilling capabilities by adding this MagiKitch'n MKE-24-ST-CHROME 24" electric countertop griddle with solid state thermostatic controls to your cooking lineup! Boasting a 1" thick chrome plated griddle plate with mirror finish, this griddle offers excellent heat retention that stands tough against rigorous daily use. Chrome recovers heat very quickly, and is perfect for delicate foods like scrambled eggs and pancakes. Plus, since chrome doesn't react with food, the level of flavor transfer and the amount of food sticking to the surface is minimal, making cleanup a breeze.

Featuring an independent solid state thermostat control per 12" of width, this unit offers a total of 11.4 kW of heating power. The solid state controls have a 150-550 degree Fahrenheit temperature range, making this unit a great choice for a variety of cooking tasks. It's perfect for melting quesadillas, searing french toast, or browning breakfast sausage. In fact, each temperature control comes with an on/off switch, so you can turn off certain griddle zones to save energy when they aren't being used.

The body of this griddle is made with a stainless steel front and side panels for easy cleaning and long-lasting durability. The cabinet back can even be removed for increased cleaning efficiency. Four 4" adjustable legs keep this unit up off the counter so that you can easily clean underneath, or they can be removed if you'd prefer flush mounting. The stainless steel backsplash and tapered side splashes protect your walls and surrounding equipment from grease spatter.

To make grease management easier, you can count on this model's 3 1/2" grease gutter to direct grease into the grease drawer for disposal. When you are ready to clean up for the day, it's fast and easy to empty this unit's 3.75 gallon grease drawer. A 208V, 3 phase electrical connection is required for operation.

Overall Dimensions:
Width: 24"
Depth: 31 9/16"
Height: 25 5/16"

Cooking Surface Dimensions:
Width: 23 3/4"
Depth: 24"

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  • Made in America

    Made in America

    This item was made in the United States of America.

  • CE Listed

    CE Listed

    This item complies with the standards imposed by the Conformance European (CE), a division of the Intertek group.

  • ETL Sanitation

    ETL Sanitation

    This item meets the sanitation standards imposed by the ETL, a division of the Intertek Group.

  • ETL US & Canada

    ETL US & Canada

    This item meets the electrical product safety standards imposed by the ETL, a division of the Intertek Group, for use in the United States and Canada.

  • Hardwired

    Hardwired

    This product must be hardwired; it does not plug into a standard wall outlet.

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Please note that this item is subject to a 12% Export Infringement Administration fee for all orders shipping outside of the U.S. and Canada with the exception of Guam. RESIDENTIAL USERS: Vendor assumes no liability for parts or labor coverage for component failure or other damages resulting from installation in non-commercial or residential applications. The right is reserved to deny shipment for residential usage; if this occurs, you will be notified as soon as possible.

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