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

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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.
    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

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    • 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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