Star Manufacturing - 648TSPF - Star-Max® 48 in Gas Griddle with Safety Pilot

SKU: STA648TSPF
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Star-Max® 48 in Gas Griddle with Safety Pilot Features

  • 4 burner gas griddle
  • 15 1/2 in (H) x 48 in (W) x 29 in (Depth)
  • 4 1/2 in (H) tapered stainless steel splash guard
  • 4 in (H) legs have an adjustment of 1 3/8 in
  • 3 1/4 in (W) front access grease trough with a 4 1/2 qt capacity grease drawer
  • Stainless steel front panel and double wall aluminized steel side panels
  • Griddle plate is 1 in thick highly polished steel
  • 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
  • 3/4 in N.P.T. male connection
  • 28,300 BTU aluminized steel burner every 12 in of width
  • Unit is shipped natural gas but includes field LP conversion kit
  • Units are approved for installation within 6 in of combustible surfaces
  • 996 in (squared) grid area
  • UL Gas and UL Sanitation approved
  • 2 year parts and labor warranty
  • Width: 48 in
  • Control: Thermostatic
  • No. of Burners: 4 Burners
  • Power: Gas
  • Width: 48 in

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Star-Max® 48 in Gas Griddle with Safety Pilot
 
3.0

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3.0

The safety pilot sucks

By Charlie

from Whitefish

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Pros

  • Quality Construction

Cons

  • Difficult To Use

Best Uses

  • Commercial Kitchens

Comments about Star-Max® 48 in Gas Griddle with Safety Pilot:

This is a very nice grill-- but- the safety pilot set up is lame. You need the touch of a safe cracker to keep from turning the burners totally off, including the pilot light ,which then needs to be re-lit .which is a pain in the butt. Avoid the safety pilot if you can.

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