Henny Penny: Benefits of an Oil Filtration System
Fried food is a staple of many restaurant menus but cooking and maintaining the quality of oil for each batch can be a challenge. Not only does it take time and effort to filter and clean oil, but it can also be expensive to replace it frequently. That’s where Henny Penny’s Oil Filtration System comes in. This innovative system can help commercial kitchens save money while also improving the quality of fried foods.
How an Oil Filtration System Works
Each fryer is built with a lower oil collection area which drain out from the frypot above. In multiple well fryers, each well will have a drain. When oil is drained from the frypot to the collection area it is pumped back into the well after going through a strainer and filtration envelope that removes large particulate as well as smaller particles which adhere to the oil from “fall off” that occurs when food is placed in the frying oil. A pump is built into the fryer which takes the filtered oil and returns it into the frypot. By filtering frequently during peak hours or filtering at the end of a busy shift, the cleaned oil generates extend “life” by reducing carbon, particulate and small particles which can provide off flavors and colors to the frying oil.
How Oil Filtration Saves Money
The filtration system is designed to reduce oil usage and extend the life of cooking oil, which means that kitchens can save money on both purchases and disposal costs.
According to Henny Penny, the system can help kitchens save up to 50% on oil costs by reducing waste and extending the life of the oil. This can add up to significant savings over time, especially for restaurants that use large amounts of cooking oil.
How Oil Filtration Improves Food Quality
Apart from cost-effectiveness, the oil filtration system also maintains the quality and flavor of fried food items. The system is engineered to eliminate impurities and particles from the oil which can alter the taste of food. Simply put, the automated oil filtration system, renews your cooking oil for your next batch of deep-fried cooking.
By utilizing the system, kitchens can prolong the usage of cooking oil, which can certainly elevate the flavor and texture of the fried dishes. Using fresh oil is crucial is producing high-quality fried foods, and Henny Penny’s innovative Oil Filtration System makes it easier to maintain fresh oil for longer periods of time.
Other Benefits of Henny Penny’s Oil Filtration System
Henny Penny’s Oil Filtration System offers other benefits for commercial kitchens as well. For example, doing manual labor for filtering out oil is time-consuming and, in some cases, can be very dangerous. With the help of the oil filtration system and a simple touch of a button, the fryer automatically runs the operation of filtering out the oil, streamlining the task, and removing the unnecessary labor involved in oil filtration.
The system can also help kitchens meet health and safety regulations by ensuring that the oil is clean and free from contaminants. This can reduce the risk of foodborne illnesses and help kitchens maintain a clean and sanitary environment.
Henny Penny’s Oil Filtration system is definitely a game-changer for commercial kitchens that want to save money, improve the quality of their fried foods, and streamline their operations to maximize efficiency in their restaurants. By reducing oil usage and extending the life of cooking oil, the system can help kitchens save money on oil costs and labor expenses. Furthermore, the oil filtration system can improve the flavor and texture of fried foods while also helping kitchens meet health and safety regulations.
Improve the efficiency and profitability of your restaurant today with the Henny Penny fryers. To inquire on the fryers and its features, you may speak to us directly at 877-665-1125 or email us at [email protected]. DSL Northwest is the official distributor for Henny Penny products in the Northwest.
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