Pitco - 34FFM - 210 Lb Gas Chicken/Fish Fryer w/ Submerger & Drainboard - Mechanical Thermostat

SKU: PIT34FFM
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If you’re looking for the perfect crispy fry texture, the Pitco 210 lb Gas Chicken/Fish Fryer with Submerger & Drainboard (34FFM) delivers. While there are some fried foods that aren’t that delicate, you can’t be too careful with fish. The Pitco - 34FFM - 210 lb Gas Chicken/Fish Fryer with Submerger & Drainboard has a grid that helps aid with overall cooking efficiency and the heat deflector ensures that the appliance is safe to operate. Use the automatic thermostat to select your ideal temperature and take advantage of the drainboard located to help with the preparation process.

210 Lb Gas Chicken/Fish Fryer w/ Submerger & Drainboard - Mechanical Thermostat Features

  • 210 lb Gas Chicken & Fish Fryer
  • Stainless steel tank & exterior w/ high backsplash
  • 200° to 400°F temperature range
  • 65 3/8 in W x 43 1/4 in D x 57 in H
  • Mechanical state thermostat
  • Standing pilot light
  • Food grid
  • Reversible drainboard
  • Submerger
  • Tube screen w/ handle
  • Heat deflector
  • 1/2 in NPT gas connection
  • 190,000 BTU’s
  • 1 1/2 in drain valve
  • NSF certified
  • One year limited parts & labor warranty
  • Note: Please specify voltage for fryer controls when placing ordering
  • Baskets Included: No
  • Capacity: 210 lbs
  • No. of Pots: 1 Pot
  • Placement: Floor Model
  • Power: Gas

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  • Q:

    Reconfigure for propane

    I plan on using a fryer (like a donut fryer) to fry Indian Flat Breads using propane.
    Questions:
    1) Because I am going to need a high level of production, can you make a recommendation besides the PIT34ffm?
    2) What will be needed to reconfigure from NG to Propane?
    Asked on 9/24/2014 by Anonymous

    1 answer

    • A:

      This fryer will work great with what you are needing it for. The cooking surface is a much bigger than the other fryers.
      The only fryer that I would recommend is the 95283. The cooking surface is 14" x 14". This is the fryer that you will find in many restaurants, frying up to 63 pound of fries per hour.
      It is also much less expensive.
      When you are ordering a fryer, you can request either propane or natural gas and the conversion will be done by the vendor before it is shipped out.
      If you already own a fryer and are looking to convert the unit to propane or natural gas, a conversion kit can be bought and installed by the customer with relative ease.

      Answered on 9/29/2014 by Brian
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