Frymaster - FPRE22 Electric Fryer 22 kw
The FPRE14, FPRE17 and FPRE22 are enhanced for industry leading efficiency, convenience and serviceability.
The FPRE14, FPRE17 and FPRE22 have a minimum 40-lb. (20 liters) and maximum 50-lb. (25 liters) shortening capacity. The frying area is 14” x 15-1/2” (35.6 x 39.4 cm). Solid-state controls assure pinpoint accuracy of shortening temperature, extending shortening life and producing a uniformly-cooked product. The temperature sensor mounted on the elements permits rapid response to loads. Self-cleaning electric elements have low watt density for increased reliability and extended life.
The swing-up, ribbon-designed elements provide the best possible efficiency in transferring heat. They swing up to expose the open frypot, allowing every inch of the frypot to be cleaned and wiped down by hand. The deep cold zone catches crumbs and sediment from the frying area. These particles are trapped in the cold zone where they do not carbonize, contaminate shortening or cling to fried foods. A rear flush feature moves sediment to the front drain valve for easy and thorough removal.
Frymaster’s renowned, patented built-in FootPrint filtration puts filtering where it’s most convenient to use -- right within the fryer -- eliminating the need for additional floor and storage space.
The filtering process is fast and easy, encouraging frequent filtering -- a critical part of maximizing oil life, especially with trans-fat free oils. It is engineered with features that allow added convenience, easier serviceability and allows for using three different mediums with one pan.
The FPRE14-2 and FPRE17-2 are split-pot electric fryers with 7 kW/8.50 kW input, and a maximum shortening capacity of 25 lbs. (12 liters) each side. The frying area is 6.75” x 15-1/2” (17.1 x 39.4 cm) each side. These split-pot fryers have all of the features of the FPRE14, FPRE17 and 22 models but give the operator half-pot frying options.
*Liter conversions are for solid shortening @70°F.
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