4 reasons to move over to fryers with inbuilt filtration

Oct 16, 2017

Deep frying is serious business. Although fish and chips is considered one of the simplest dishes for a restaurant to produce, there is a massive difference between one cooked in a high quality deep fryer and one that is not.

In the restaurant world, poor quality food and long waiting times are a complete turn off for customers who expect a high level of service and product every time. If you're worried about deep fryers letting you down in the future, we have a solution - the Frymaster brand.

For the last 30 years, Frymaster has been Australia's number one deep fryer manufacturer - constantly producing models that have a focus on better temperature control, better oil life and reducing operating costs. Here's how fryers with inbuilt filtration by Frymaster can ensure your business is always producing high quality food that'll keep your customers coming back.

1) Long-term investment

Restaurateurs need a deep fryer that can provide significant return on investment over time. Many budget conscious restaurants opt for single fryers without much consideration for the ongoing cost. For restaurants seeking greater frying production, an inbuilt filtration system offers greater payback in the long run and far lower ongoing costs.

2) Maximise production output

When up against the clock and the orders of fish and chips are backing up, you need to be able to rely on your deep fryer to consistently produce high quality food. With Frymaster models, you can get the best of both worlds - production and quality.

Compared to cheaper models, Frymaster's filtration units have the highest capacity 25 litre pots which can produce up to 36kg of chips per hour. You can save up to $2,500 in oil costs per year by filtering regularly and make additional profits with the extra production capacity. A good example of this is comparing the replacement value of 2x MJ140 with the 2 pot FMJ250 unit - you end up with 12kg of extra production per hour, which is in theory 48 servings of large chips per hour.

3) Easy cleaning

If you have already have a basic deep fryer, you may already realise how hard it is to clean around the tubes. The oil that builds up on the tubes will affect the taste of the food and also affect production of the fryer over time as the fryer has to work harder to break down the oil. As well as this, basic thermostats on older units are not as accurate which can result in longer cook-times and poorer quality food.

With Frymaster's open pot frypot design, cleaning becomes quick and easy - enabling you to concentrate on other more important areas of your business.

4) Improved health and safety

One of the biggest benefits of having a deep fryer with an in-built filtration system is that it improves your kitchen's health and safety capabilities. Hot oil in kitchens is one of the largest health and safety issues, with thousands of people suffering minor burns every year.

An in-built filtration system removes the need for your staff to handle oil and therefore makes the environment safer as a result.

Keen to learn more?

Deep fryers should be an important investment for your kitchen. With the potential time, cost and safety advantages, there is no doubt that a Frymaster deep fryer can make a real difference to your business. If you would like to learn more about the various Frymaster models, feel free to get in touch with our team today - we look forward to working with you!

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As one of the largest suppliers of the Australian Quick Service Restaurant and Fast Food markets, Comcater is proud to present a portfolio of brands dedicated to high volume output, speedy service, consistency and space saving kitchen designs.

Perfect the art of a crisp chip with our huge range of Frymaster fryers, or grill the best burgers in town with thanks to the affordable Trueheat range. Plus with a staff filled with Chefs and industry experts, you’re guaranteed to find the right solution for any QSR need.

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