For a fish and chip outlet, café, or restaurant, a deep fryer can be an essential piece of kitchen equipment. And from September, Australian operators will have a powerful and reliable new option, thanks to Moffat.
The FastFri FF18
is an impressive and economical new 18-litre gas fryer. It can be easily incorporated as part of a new kitchen or, thanks to its small footprint 400mm width, can also easily be used to replace an existing fryer.
Michael Lillico, Moffat’s General Manager - Sales & Marketing, describes the machine as a “pocket rocket”, and says it’s an “economically-priced product that offers plenty of power reliability and durability”. This is the first time that Moffat has offered a deep-fryer as a stand-alone product group. According to Lillico, the FastFri FF18’s level of quality and value price point means it is likely to be “very competitive”. As well as being economically priced, the FastFri FF18
is fuel efficient - so helps business owners reduce their day-to-day operating expenses. “It’s got a great environmental and economical footprint”, says Lillico.
Unlike many competing products, the FastFri FF18
comes with a range of extras - including baskets and lids, and it also has adjustable front feet, for ease of use. For powerful performance, the unit also boasts a 90MJ multi-jet target U-burner - meaning quick heat recovery.
In terms of size, the unit has an 18-litre oil capacity, which makes it ideal for small to medium sized businesses who don’t want to waste enormous volumes of oil, but who have a relatively high turnover in terms of fried produce.
As is typical for all of Moffat’s products, everything about the FastFri FF18
has been designed to deliver ongoing reliability and usability. This includes the unit’s mechanical thermostat, and manual pilot ignition. FastFri is also a durable and sturdy product - which is essential in a fast-paced kitchen environment.