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FRYER FILTERS


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Add 40-50% to your oil life with Pitco’s fast, easy two-step filtering system. 3" round drain line, 8 gallon/minute oil pump and 1


⁄2 " I.D.


return lines make turnaround time quick and easy. Innovative Solstice™ burner design improves efficiency and production 13% (vs. previous model). Choose between twin tank, full-size 14", or large 18" tank fryer. Mix and match models to make the battery you need. The filter drawer is designed as part of the fryer, so no extra space is required.


• CSA International, MEA, CE, AuGA, NSF     


Vulcan’s KleenScreen PLUS® Filter System is a patented self-contained, easy, safe, and cost-saving fryer battery.


• Millivolt (M), Solid State Digital (D), and Computer (CF) controls available


• Paperless, stainless steel fine mesh screen


• Patented drawer style filter pan assembly


• Lightweight one-piece seamless pan construction (12 lbs.)


• Hands-free oil return line is self-sealing when drawer is closed


• Sturdy drawer slides provide easy access to remove pan assembly for cleaning


• Slide design allows for floor mat clearance


• Patented ‘one touch’ solenoid button engages filter pump and motor on computer and solid state controls


• Patented ‘Boil-Out-By-Pass’™ allows safe discard of boil-out water/solution


• Automatic boil mode on solid state and digital computer controls


• Oil drain interlock switch shuts off burners automatically when drain valve is open


• Available on 3 fryers (GR45, GR65, GR85)


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Vulcan’s MF Series Mobile Filter provides easy filtering when used with Vulcan fryers or any manufacturer’s brand of freestanding fryers.


Standard features:


• Fold-down stainless steel handle with 6" wheels for ease of mobility


• 4’ high-temperature oil discard hose • 16-gauge stainless steel filter vessel • Removable primary crumb catch basket •


1⁄3


" HP motor/pump, 8-gallon per minute circulating hot oil


• 110 lb. oil capacity


• Only 3 parts to filter system, all dishwasher friendly


• Frymate™ dump station can be added to either side of the fryer battery, or used as


a stand alone unit • Filter pump 1


⁄3 available


• Optional rear oil reclamation available • 6 foot high temperature oil discard hose • CSA International, NSF


Standard equipment as shown:


• Casters - standard • Electronic ignition - standard with solid state and computer controls


• Cleaning brush, scoop, and clean-out rod - standard


32nd Edition FO HP, 8 gallons/minute


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The Zeco© Moble Oil Management System is a modular system that allows you to build the machine you need so you can optimize your oil management the way you want! With a single machine you can: 1 - Wash down your fryer, 2 - Filter your oil, 3 -Transport your oil.


• Triple onboard filtration • Modular system to meet your needs • Heavy-duty aluminum construction • Battery or AC operated • Built-in charger • 88 lb./111


⁄2 gal. max capacity 


To extend oil life and maintain food quality follow these tips:


• Avoid exposing frying medium to salt, water, excessive heat and chemicals. This will break down the frying medium. Once the breakdown starts, the process is irreversible and the fat must be discarded or product quality will be compromised. Deteriorating fat affects the taste and quality of fried foods.


• Filter and add fresh fat daily, or more often if necessary, to avoid premature fat breakdown.


• Be sure to shut down the fryer completely before beginning to drain and filter the frying medium.


• After filtering, brush and scrub the fry pot to remove build-up.


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