Commercial fryers are the powerhouse appliances in the majority of foodservice operations. French fries, crunchy tortilla chips, chicken wings, and all other fried foods are made possible by fryers, but choosing the right equipment for your establishment is essential to cooking each batch of food perfectly. Luckily, the experts at Global Equipment Sales and Service, Inc. can help you find the new or used commercial fryers to meet your needs.
One feature to consider before purchasing fryers is the oil capacity of the unit. Most general purpose fryers have a capacity of 30 to 50 pounds, while larger models have a 60-80 pound capacity. Global’s selection includes models with varying capacities and we can help you choose the product that best meets your specifications. We offer electric and gas fryers in both floor and countertop models, as well as a number of parts and accessories.
In addition to our selection of new and used fryers, Global also maintains an extensive inventory of food, beverage, and refrigeration equipment. If you want to outfit the entire kitchen of a dining establishment with used restaurant equipment or simply upgrade a few appliances in your convenience store, we are sure to have the commercial kitchen equipment you need, from coffee machines, rotisseries, and meat slicers, to soda fountain equipment, reach in coolers, and bakery equipment.
Whether your foodservice operation is located in Atlanta, Tampa, Jacksonville, Orlando, or anywhere else throughout the Southeastern U.S., you can also depend on Global for legendary service, repair, and installation of virtually any brand of equipment out there. Our technicians are available to answer your call 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, and we proudly serve rural areas where many other food equipment service companies won’t venture.
To learn more about our selection of new or refurbished fryers, or any of our other products and services, contact Global today. We happily serve foodservice operators in Miami, Tallahassee, Augusta, Savannah, and throughout Florida, Georgia, Alabama, Tennessee, South Carolina, and North Carolina.