R & V Works® Cajun Fryer 17 Gallon Deep Fryer

Item # WX2-236574

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Details & Specs

R & V Works® Cajun Fryer 17 Gallon Deep Fryer delivers high performance and high capacity.

Extra large capacity Fryer is the choice for large events. This 17-Gallon Cajun Deep Fryer quickly cooks huge servings of fish, turkeys, chickens, french fries and more for outdoor gatherings. The Fryer's unique heat source is 6" above the bottom of the oil reservoir at a 45° angle, allowing batter and food particles to fall to the bottom and not collect on the burner. That eliminates burnt and scorched batter, keeping the reservoir clean and reducing oil usage by up to 70%.

Sizzling details:
  • Durable carbon steel construction with a high-temperature charcoal finish
  • Includes a diamond plate lid and 2 diamond plate side tables
  • 6 large capacity nickel-plated baskets with plastic-coated cool touch handles
  • Frying baskets each measure 13 1/ 4 " x 5 5/ 8 " x 5 5/ 8 "
  • Built-in thermometers and easy-access reservoir drains
  • Wheeled stand for easy movement
  • Uses liquid propane
  • Made in the USA
  • Model # FF6-R.

Be ready for the next big event!


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