Automated oil fryers for perfect cooking

Food firm launches new fryers

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Food processing equipment manufacturer Foodesign, a tna company, has launched its automated hot oil Batch-pro 12 series of cookers and fryers.

Already available in the US, these batch fryers are said to offer an efficient way of cooking vegetables, such as potato, carrot, taro and beetroot. They come in heat capacities ranging from 90 to 272kg/h.

The machine’s high efficiency burner design means production can be increased while consistency is maintained. The fryer allows batch-by-batch cooking of thicker potato slices for higher-quality, crunchier chips. Temperature profiling systems and quick heat recovery capabilities safeguard colour and flavour consistency.

The cookers feature continuous oil filtration to help remove fine and large particles.

During cooking, potato slices take on 23% oil, so that 77% per cent remains after batch frying. The remaining oil is filtered and blended with fresh oil to return levels to 100%. Temperature is maintained through constant and zone control systems, offering good heat regulation.

Contact: Foodesign

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