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Electric Batch Fryer Machine

Electric Batch Fryer Machine in India

Introducing the Penguin Engineering A batch fryer is a cooking appliance used in commercial kitchens, especially in the food industry, designed to fry large quantities of food in a single batch. It's primarily used for frying items like potato chips, french fries, chicken wings, and other similar products.

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Specification Details
Kadai Size 15 litre/25 litre/30 litre
Body Material Stainless Steel 202
Weight 44KG
Size 32"x32"x32"
Double Heater 3000 + 3000 watt
Ampere 12.5 amp
  • Stainless Steel Construction: Typically made of durable, food-grade stainless steel for hygiene and longevity.
  • Batch Processing: Capable of frying multiple Panipuris simultaneously in a single batch, increasing production efficiency.
  • Temperature Control: Allows precise control of oil temperature for frying to ensure consistent and crispy results.
  • Automatic Rotation or Flipping: Mechanism to rotate or flip the Panipuris in the oil for even frying on all sides.
  • Oil Filtration System: Some models feature built-in oil filtration systems to remove debris and prolong oil lifespan.
  • Timer Settings: Allows operators to set frying durations for different batches based on their requirements.
  • Drainage System: Facilitates the draining of excess oil after frying, maintaining the quality of the Panipuris.
  • Compact Design: Space-efficient and portable, suitable for various kitchen setups or food stalls.
  • Easy to Clean: Designed for easy maintenance and cleaning, with removable parts for thorough sanitation.
  • Safety Features: Includes features like overheating protection or safety shut-off mechanisms for safe operation.
  • Capacity and Output: Varies in size and capacity to cater to different production needs, ranging from small-scale to commercial-grade machines.
  • User-Friendly Controls: Simple and intuitive controls for ease of use, typically with knobs, buttons, or digital interfaces.