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STEAMERS, COMPARTMENT


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This pressureless steam cooker/ defroster has 2 compartments with load compensating 60- minute automatic controls. It generates its own steam. Stainless steel interior and exterior. Automatic cold water condenser and boiler blowdown.


• 58" high, 24" wide, 33" deep • 100,000, 200,000 or 300,000 BTU/hr. input • Capacity: 6 – 12" x 20" x 2 1


⁄2


• IIS • LPG available


3 pans per compartment


• CSA International,UL, cUL, UL Sanitation ASME, NSF


" pans,


Two 18 gauge stainless steel welded cooking compartments with coved internal corners. Each compartment is equipped with a perforated steam inlet baffle positioned for precise application of high-velocity steam across the surface of food. Controls for each compartment include a 60-minute load compensating timer.


•  24" wide, 33" deep, 200,000 BTU/hr.


•  36" wide, 33" deep, 300,000 BTU/hr.


• 5 – 12" x 20" x 21 per compartment


⁄2 " deep pans


• Integrally mounted on cabinet base containing gas-fired steam generator


• LPG available • CSA International, UL, cUL, NSF


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Convection steam cooker, integrally mounted on a cabinet base containing a gas-fired boiler. Inside dimensions of cooking compartment 277


⁄8 " wide x 171 ⁄4 " high x 235 ⁄8 "


deep. Double-wall construction with 1" thick insulation between the cooking compartment and the exterior walls. The control panel is made of Lexan for ease of cleaning and extended life.


• 50" high, 36" wide, 33" deep • Holds 12 – 12" x 20" x 21


⁄2 " deep pans •  200,000 BTU/hr.


•  300,000 BTU/hr. • LPG available • UL, cUL, ASME, NSF


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Convection steam cooker, integrally mounted on a cabinet base containing a gas-fired boiler. Inside dimensions of cooking compartment 277


⁄8 " wide x 171 ⁄4 " high x 235 ⁄8 "


deep. Double-wall construction with 1" thick insulation between the cooking compartment and the exterior walls. Boiler controls are conveniently located in a slide-out, “works-in- a-drawer” style enclosure.


• 36" wide, 33" deep, 300,000 BTU/hr. • 12 – 12" x 20" x 21


⁄2


• LPG available • CSA Inernational, UL, cUL, ASME, NSF


per compartment " deep pans 


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ENERGY STAR rated with a built-in filter system, an integrated water management system and a patented “steam-on-demand” concept with a “steam and hold” feature. Standard with steam interlock, 60-minute timer, pilotless ignition and a preheat thermostat (190°F) and high limit.


• 5 – 12" x 20" x 21


• 42,000 BTU gas steam generator • LPG available • CSA International, ENERGY STAR®, NSF


⁄2 " pans 32nd Edition FO


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2008 KI award winning ENERGY STAR rated two-compartment steamer with a built-in filter system, an integrated water management system and a patented “steam-on-demand” concept with a “steam and hold” feature, and only 64" of working height. Standard with steam interlock, 60-minute timer, pilotless ignition and a preheat thermostat (190°F) and high limit.


• 10 – 12" x 20" x 21 generator


• LPG available • CSA International, ENERGY STAR®, NSF


ODSERVICE GAS EQUIPMENT CATALOG 107 ⁄2 " pans


• Each compartment has an independent close-coupled 42,000 BTU gas steam


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