The electrical specs on this are 120V/1750W/15A and has a NEMA 5-15 plug. If you are looking for another Star Max please check out the link below... https://www.etundra.com/catalogsearch/?keyword=starmax%20fryer
This is a question for your city, county, or health department as they will determine those requirements. Most of the time on counter fryers will not require a hood system.
Thanks for bringing your question to Tundra Restaurant Supply Judy. This AdCraft DF-6L-2 Double Tank Countertop Fryer actually draws 15 amps per tank, and each tank is powered by its own cord and plug. That said, our technician confirms this model should work just fine in a food truck if you've got the power to supply it. Given that you're looking for something a little more economical, I'd recommend giving a member of our team a call at 1-888-388-6372 to discuss your needs and what fryers would work best to suit them.
Yes, this is a 120V/3500W (each tank is 1750W) electric fryer. I have a attached the owner's manual to the learn more tab if you are interested.
You lift the oil tank out of the outer case to dispose of any oil. Please see the user's manual I have attached to the "Learn More" tab for cleaning instructions.
This particular model does not have drains for the fry pots. See the Adcraft DF-12L or DF-12L/2 if you need a countertop fryer with drains. https://www.etundra.com/restaurant-equipment/countertop-cooking-equipment/countertop-fryers/adcraft-df-12l-2-double-tank-countertop-fryer-with-drain/ http://www.etundra.com/Single_Tank_Countertop_Fryer_w__Drain-P17770.html