Food Service Equipment
Natural gas cooking equipment is preferred by foodservice professionals everywhere. After all, only natural gas food service equipment gives commercial kitchens the level of cooking control, speed and precision they need. Plus, natural gas restaurant equipment costs less to use than electric restaurant equipment. Mostly due to the fact it’s more energy efficient. That’s great news for your bottom line. (And the planet too!) Ready to start cooking with gas? No matter what’s on your menu, there’s a wide range of natural gas food service equipment to help your commercial kitchen deliver. Like never before.
Commercial Ranges & Cooktops
Natural gas ranges are the most common piece of equipment in commercial kitchens. They’re also multipurpose! By combining a cooktop and oven in a single appliance, natural gas commercial ranges are the most productive and versatile choice for any kitchen. Cook, bake, boil, broil, baste…a natural gas commercial range lets you do it all.
Like natural gas ranges, gas ovens also top the most widely used restaurant appliances in the foodservice industry. One of the most popular advantages of a natural gas oven (over an electric oven): it provides moist heat. This, in turn, results in moister food products that not only taste better. But also have a longer shelf life. This, further in turn, helps lead to reduced food and labor costs. But however you slice it! Nothing beats the performance and profitability of a natural gas commercial oven.
Deep Fat Fryers
Fried foods continue to be popular with today’s diners. (For proof, just ask the closest Florida tourist.) And one of the reasons that natural gas deep fat fryers are preferred by foodservice professionals compared to other alternatives? Like electric fryers? They can better keep up! In addition to quicker recovery, natural gas commercial fryers provide fuel efficiencies exceeding 80%. (Wow is right.) With natural gas, restaurants can also expect even heat, which eliminates scorching. No wonder natural gas deep fat fryers are now a staple in most commercial kitchens