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Hi there! For open fryers, oil will still spill even with cover during transit because open fryer cover is not designed to contain/ hold oil inside the fry pot to prevent the spill, it is only designed to prevent foreign objects from falling inside the fry pot when not in use, draining the fry pot before moving the trailer from one location to another is only the best solution. Regards.
Hi there, the best way I have found to clean a deep fryer is to empty it of the oil and fill it up with 1/3 water and detergent, turn it on but dont close the lid, or if you do close the lid carefully monitor it otherwise it will spill over and let the water boil after about 10mins turn it off and wipe away the ****, empty the water out fill it again with just water, same again for 10mins, empty it and wipe it clean with a cloth
After you have assembled the filtering machineprior to filtering, the powder must be spread evenly on top of the filter paper.Once you drain the oil, let it circulate on filter pan for about 5 minutes so that the powder will mix with oil before pumping it back to the fry tank. The powder helps to prolong the oil life.
you an fabricate a lid and it must be made of stainless steel. try to fabricate a lid with food grade silicone gasket that will fit on the fry tank opening so that oil will not spill if your truck is in transit.
I just got one of these w/Instructions, Says fill oil to fill level line inside. Cooking oil or shortening. Never use more than (2) - 8 ounces cups of cooking oil or (1) pound of shortening. Hope this helps!