Southbend - GSX-10HE - 24 in 10 Pan Double Convection Steamer

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With an outside constructed from heavy stainless steel, the Southbend - GSX-10HE - 24 inch 10 Pan Double Convection Steamer is highly durable in any busy commercial kitchen. The steamer (GSX-10HE) also won’t hold onto germs and is easy to clean. The 60-minute manual timer on the steamer alerts you to when items are done so it’s hard to overcook anything, and the three-way power switch allows you to control how things are steamed. With a versatile cooking array that can include anything from seafood and other meats to delicate vegetables, customers will love the results from the Southbend 24 inch 10 Pan Double Convection Steamer (GSX-10HE).

24 in 10 Pan Double Convection Steamer Features

  • Gas high performance convection steamer
  • 76 7/8 in (H) x 24 in (W) x 33 1/8 in (Depth)
  • (10) pan capacity 12 in x 20 in x 2 1/2 in pan capacity
  • Stainless steel construction
  • 190,000 BTU
  • (2) compartments on 24 in stainless steel cabinet base
  • Electronic ignition
  • Automatic generator blow down valve
  • Delime mode power setting
  • Split water connections for simple hook up of treated water system
  • Left side access panel
  • Single drain connection with thermostatic control
  • NSF certified
  • NSF, CSA
  • 1 year parts and labor warranty
  • Please specify natural gas or liquid propane
  • Load Style: Front
  • No. of Compartments: 2 Compartments
  • Placement: Floor Model
  • Boiler Base: Yes
  • Pan Capacity: 10 Pans

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    How do I delime my steamer model #GSX-10HE
    Asked on 3/4/2013 by Dennis from Marriott Courtyard,Killeen,Tx.

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    • A:

      Thanks for contacting Tundra Restaurant Supply with your question Dennis.

      We recommend removing as much of the lime buildup as you can manually first (with a scraper or rag) before using a delimer. The delimer will foam quite a bit when used. We, unfortunately, do not sell a delimer that I could recommend. Our technician suggests getting it from either Johnstone Supply or Grainger, and also recommends using a filtration system to cut down on lime buildup. I've included a filtration system below for your consideration.

      Answered on 3/5/2013 by Andrew Call from Boulder, CO
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