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OVENS, BARBECUE/ROTISSERIE


MAG 58/8


NEOFLAM 40/4


DOREGRILL USA Gas Rotisseries


From the traditional visible flame cooking to the powerful lighting system, Doregrill rotisseries provide fast cook times, consistent results along with attractive merchandising. Operators have a choice of porcelain enamel finish with optional colors, or stainless steel; black enamel finish with ss trim is standard. All models feature ad- justable spits to cook a variety of products from chicken to turkey, lamb, beef and vegetables. Each spit has its own unique burner and indi- vidual motor for exceptional control and dura- bility. A variety of attachments are also available.


• Enamel or stainless steel finish • Bottom drip pan with drain valve • 2 tempered glass doors • Casters with front brakes • Roof with lighted rotisserie sign • Individual motors • Self-igniting pilots • LPG available • ETL, ETL ANSI/NSF4


• 72.5 h (with casters) x 58.25 w x 27 d 195,000 BTU/hour Mag 58-8


• 8 spits cook up to 56 two-lb chickens or 48 • three-lb chickens in less than an hour


• 74.3 h (with casters) x 41.3 w x 27.5 d 60,000 BTU/hour Neoflam 40/4


• 4 spits cook up to 16 two-lb chickens or 12 • three-lb chickens in less than an hour


56 34th Edition FO ODSERVICE GAS EQUIPMENT CATALOG


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