Skip to content
Restaurant Equipment - Free Freight
Restaurant Equipment - Free Freight

Propane Deep Fryer

🍗🍟🍩 Want to make some serious dough? Check out our selection of propane deep fryers! With faster heating times than electric models, you'll be frying up crispy chicken tenders, French fries, and funnel cakes in no time. Perfect for restaurants, concession stands, and foodservice establishments! 🍗🍟🍩

Filters

  • Atosa ATFS-40 Heavy Duty 40 LB Stainless Steel Deep Fryer - Propane

    Original price $1,371.00
    Original price $1,371.00 - Original price $1,371.00
    Original price $1,371.00
    $1,068.00 - $1,278.00
    $1,068.00 - $1,278.00
    Current price $1,068.00

    Commercial Propane Deep Fryer The new Atosa deep fryer is designed for your busy commercial kitchen that needs a replacement for your older crac...

    View full details
    Original price $1,371.00
    Original price $1,371.00 - Original price $1,371.00
    Original price $1,371.00
    $1,068.00 - $1,278.00
    $1,068.00 - $1,278.00
    Current price $1,068.00
  • Atosa ATFS-50 Heavy Duty 50 LB Stainless Steel Deep Fryer - Propane

    Original price $1,755.00
    Original price $1,755.00 - Original price $1,755.00
    Original price $1,755.00
    $1,368.00 - $1,578.00
    $1,368.00 - $1,578.00
    Current price $1,368.00

    Commercial Propane Deep Fryer for Food Trucks The Next Generation of ruggedly constructed gas griddles, char-broilers, fryers, and plates deliv...

    View full details
    Original price $1,755.00
    Original price $1,755.00 - Original price $1,755.00
    Original price $1,755.00
    $1,368.00 - $1,578.00
    $1,368.00 - $1,578.00
    Current price $1,368.00
  • Atosa ATFS-75 Heavy Duty 75 LB Stainless Steel Deep Fryer - Propane

    Original price $2,058.00
    Original price $2,058.00 - Original price $2,058.00
    Original price $2,058.00
    $1,602.00 - $1,812.00
    $1,602.00 - $1,812.00
    Current price $1,602.00

    Commercial Propane 75 LB Deep Fryer The Next Generation of ruggedly constructed gas griddles, char-broilers, fryers, and plates deliver heavy d...

    View full details
    Original price $2,058.00
    Original price $2,058.00 - Original price $2,058.00
    Original price $2,058.00
    $1,602.00 - $1,812.00
    $1,602.00 - $1,812.00
    Current price $1,602.00
Propane Deep Fryer

When it comes to deep fryers, there are two primary types that you should be familiar with: electric and propane. Electric deep fryers are by far the most commonly used, and for good reason. They offer the convenience of being able to be used both indoors and outdoors, as long as there is an outlet nearby. One of the key advantages of electric deep fryers is that they often come equipped with built-in timers and thermostats, which can make the frying experience much easier for users. These handy features allow you to set the perfect cooking time and temperature, ensuring that your food comes out crispy and delicious every time.

On the other hand, there are propane deep fryers. These are typically used for outdoor cooking adventures, where an electrical outlet may not be readily available. Propane deep fryers rely on a propane tank to heat the oil, which in turn allows for faster heating times compared to electric counterparts. This can be particularly advantageous when you're cooking for a large group or hosting a backyard barbecue. The intense heat generated by the propane tank ensures that your oil will reach the desired temperature quickly, so you can start frying your favorite foods in no time.

Whether you opt for an electric deep fryer with its convenient timers and thermostats or a propane deep fryer for outdoor cooking expeditions, both types offer their own unique advantages. Ultimately, the choice between the two will depend on your needs and preferences. Whichever you choose, one thing is for sure – a deep fryer is a must-have tool for any serious home cook or outdoor enthusiast. So why wait? Get ready to prepare crispy, mouth-watering delights right in the comfort of your own home or in the great outdoors, thanks to the power of a deep fryer.

Food Truck Fryer

The Propane Floor Fryer commercial fryer are the perfect addition to any restaurant or food truck that wants to replace their slow countertop fryer or electric fryers. Fry anything from corn dogs, mozzarella sticks and onion rings like the food truck group pros! You will be a fan favorite at your next street fair with all of these specialty fryer tasty menu items.

Commercial Fryer

A commercial fryer can make every food truck operator plenty money too - just check out how many food truck foods they're turning into profits: chicken wings; french fries (sounds messy but tastes sweet!). There really is no end when it comes down ordering crunchy goodness... For more information on our delicious line up fryers feel free contact us today.

Type of Commercial Fryer

The 40 pound and 50 pound commercial deep fryers are the best choice for food trucks with limited space or no countertop space.

Propane Fryer

Atosa's selection of propane fryers is NSF Rated for food truck service by intertek group underwriters laboratories. This guarantees that it meets the highest standards in safety and quality, which will lead to a more enjoyable experience at your restaurant.

Construction Factors

Before any equipment can be operational, the gas, electricity, plumbing, ventilation, and fire control must be considered and planned carefully.

Gas - Natural and Propane

Many food service managers think it is wise to have part of the cooking and serving equipment energized by gas: Gas supplies a source of immediate heat and when turned off, the heat stops immediately. If at least some of the equipment is gas powered, it is still functional in an electrical failure and the menu can be modified more easily to adapt to the emergency. However, many gas-fired burners are triggered by an electrical solenoid thermostat so it is important for some auxiliary power to be available in case of a power outage. Food service equipment designed to use gas may be less expensive than the same equipment that uses electricity. The cost of operating gas-fired equipment should be compared to the cost of electricity for an equal amount of heat or energy. Planners and designers must decide which pieces of equipment will use gas and which will use electricity.

Examples of equipment that might be powered by natural gas are the following:

Because natural gas is piped directly from the supplier to the consumer and is not stored on the premises, there is the possibility that the supply will not meet the demand during periods of peak usage; thus, it is good to have a propane-air standby unit installed. The dealer can attach the necessary regulators so that the mix of fuel and air will perform with the same orifice setting as with natural gas. If natural gas is not available, burners can be adjusted to use straight propane, which has a higher British thermal unit (Btu) rating.

It is important for the mechanical engineer or contractor to calculate the necessary power output of all utilities. This calculation or estimate should be based on maximum load so that during peak periods there will be an adequate fuel supply for the equipment to perform to capacity. The total Btu load must be determined to properly size the storage container, regulator, and piping. Whoever provides the basic input into the planning might project the total Btu's needed by totaling the requirements of each piece of equipment, allowing for a 10-15% margin of safety.

A manometer, which indicates the presence of leakage, is used to check the pressure, which should be held to 10 pounds per square inch (psi). There are specific requirements for the size and kind of pipe depending on the distance transported, the flow rate, and the usage volume. Generally, copper pipe is used for shorter distances and lower flow rates and usage volumes, but iron pipe becomes necessary as these factors increase.

Propane storage containers and piping will be installed by the local supplier in accordance with National Fire Protection Association standards. Propane gas equipment that might be used by food trucks and street vendors are the following:

Restaurant Equipment

View All

Restaurant Equipment Blog Posts

  • Seattle Restaurant Equipment
    February 28, 2024 Sean Kearney

    Seattle Restaurant Equipment

    Seattle, Washington is known for its rainy weather and being the birthplace of Starbucks, but it also has a thriving food scene that ever restaurant start-up should be researched. From unique hot dogs to Filipino fusion cuisine, Seattle offers a...

    Read now
  • Portland Restaurants
    February 27, 2024 Sean Kearney

    Portland Restaurant Equipment

    🍽️ Hungry in Portland? 🌆 Explore the vibrant culinary scene that reflects the unique spirit of this food-loving city! 🌮🥗 From farm-to-table eateries to trendy food carts, satisfy your cravings with diverse flavors and fresh produce. 🌽🍓
    Read now
  • Draft Beer
    February 8, 2024 Sean Kearney

    Draft Beer

    🍻 Cheers to beer! 🌍🍺 From light lagers to hoppy IPAs, beer unites us worldwide. 🌈✨ Discover the wonderful world of flavors, aromas, and tastes that make each sip a delight. 🍻❤️ Embrace the beer connoisseur in you! 🍻🔥
    Read now