Star Manufacturing - 636TCHSF - Star-Max® 36 in Chrome Gas Griddle

SKU: STA636TCHSF
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Star-Max® 36 in Chrome Gas Griddle Features

  • 3 burner gas griddle
  • 15 1/2 in (H) x 36 in (W) x 29 in (Depth)
  • 4 1/2 in (H) tapered stainless steel splash guard
  • 3 1/4 in (W) front access grease trough with a 4 1/2 qt capacity grease drawer
  • Leg width is 32 3/4 in
  • Stainless steel front panel and double wall aluminized steel side panels
  • 4 in (H) legs have an adjustment of 1 3/8 in
  • Griddle plate is 1 in thick steel plate with a hard, non-porous chrome surface that is easy to clean
  • Controlled by a throttling type thermostat embedded in griddle plate and adjusts from 150°F to 450°F
  • Automatic safety pilot for each burner
  • Long lasting, heavy duty metal knobs
  • Cool to the touch stainless bull nose front protects knobs
  • Unit is shipped natural gas but includes field LP conversion kit
  • 3/4 in N.P.T. male connection
  • 28,300 BTU aluminized steel burner every 12 in of width
  • Units are approved for installation within 6 in of combustible surfaces
  • 747 in (squared) grid area
  • UL Gas and UL Sanitation approved
  • 2 year parts and labor warranty
  • Limited 5 year warranty on chromed griddle plate
  • Width: 36 in
  • Control: Thermostatic
  • No. of Burners: 3 Burners
  • Power: Gas
  • Width: 36 in

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  • Q:

    Hello,
    I am looking at replacing a griddle in my restaurant. I've looked over the specs on this unit and I keep comparing it to Star's other model 836TSCHSA. Basically this is a Star Max unit and the other one is a Star Ultramax. My question is besides the btu's and direct spark ignition, what is the exact difference between the two models? The griddle I'm looking to replace we only cook egg's on. I'm just trying to decide if it's worth spending the extra money on a griddle but if it's not needed, then why spend the extra money.

    Thanks,
    Ross
    Asked on 6/13/2017 by Ross from Marshall, MN

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      A:

      The differences you pointed out are the major ones. The Ultramax is also larger than the basic Star Max. If you are just going eggs you will not need anything more than the Star - 636TCHSF.

      Answered on 6/14/2017 by Steve from Boulder
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