This video will cover the four main types of fryers: tube fryers, open pot fryers, electric floor fryers, and flat bottom fryers.
The tube fryer is ideal for breaded, high-sediment foods and is the most versatile and economical option. Its tube elements heat oil quickly and help it maintain its temperature. The large heat transfer gives the fryer quick start-up and recovery time, and the large cold zone at the bottom catches food and keeps particles from tainting the oil.
The open pot fryer is ideal for fries, hash browns, and other low-sediment foods. This fryer style makes heat transfer reliable and efficient for optimal performance. You can range match to your CPG ranges for equal operating heights, maximizing your productivity in the kitchen. Its "V" shaped open pot design allows for 15% more frying capacity. It takes 30% less time to clean than tube fryers with similar capacities.
The electric floor fryer has energy-efficient heating elements. It comes in 208V & 240V options for kitchens best suited for electric equipment. It's ideal for frying dishes like onion rings, mozzarella sticks, and chicken tenders. The heating elements in electric fryers are submerged directly in the oil, offering superior heat absorption for lower energy costs. It has quicker recovery times than gas fryers, and it features an extra-wide cold zone, which reduces flavor transfer and conserves oil.
The flat bottom fryer is ideal for donuts, funnel cakes, and wet batter or dough foods. The wide flat bottom design reduces the cold zone, decreasing oil life but maximizing frying capacity. The tube heating elements quickly heat oil and help it maintain its cooking temperature. The unit's lid doubles as a drip tray.
With all these options, there's a fryer to suit your needs.
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Watch this video to learn about the features and benefits of the four main types of fryers.