Avantco F200 15 lb. Medium-Duty Electric Countertop Fryer - 208/240V, 2700/3600W

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Item #: 177F200

  • Compact and powerful, perfect for medium-duty applications
  • Durable stainless steel exterior and fry tank with a welded oil pan and front drain
  • Comes with a night cover to keep the oil clean and a fry basket for immediate use
  • Thermostatic temperature control provides a temperature range of 120-370 degrees Fahrenheit
  • High wattage ensures fast, efficient heating; 208/240V, 2700/3600W

When you want to add fried foods to your menu, this Avantco F200 15 lb. electric medium-duty countertop fryer is a great choice! It is designed to keep up with your medium usage requirements at a snack bar, food truck, or kiosk so that you can serve profitable fried foods to your hungry customers. With a single 15 lb. tank, this unit is great for frying one or two servings of chicken strips, mozzarella sticks, or french fries at a time.

For durability, this unit has a stainless steel fry tank. The welded oil pan comes with a front mounted drain valve to ensure easy cleaning. It also comes with a night cover so that you can protect your fryer oil from contaminants during off hours. So that you can get started frying right away, this unit also includes a single 9 1/2" x 7 1/4" x 5 1/2" fryer basket with a front hook and a basket hanger for draining.

This high wattage countertop fryer provides greater heating efficiency for faster cooking and a higher output in a compact footprint. The thermostatic control offers a temperature range of 120-370 degrees Fahrenheit. This model has a 55" power cord, requires a 208/240V electrical connection for operation, and has an output of 2700/3600W.

Overall Dimensions:
Width: 11 1/2"
Depth: 18"
Height: 17"
Oil Capacity: 15 lb.

Customer Reviews

Serious power, 0 to 350 degrees in 8 minutes flat. Super fast recovery time. I thought being 220 volt for 2 gallons was overkill, but it is perfect. Front drain is awesome, after draining the oil just dump in some hot soapy water clean, drain, and dry!

Anthony L. from
Posted on 11/27/2019