Vacuum Fryer Minimizes Acrylamide Formation

Jan. 18, 2013
The space-saving Heat and Control vacuum fryer does not need an excessive amount of floor space or removal for cleaning and maintenance.
Heat and Control's Unitized Vacuum Fryer creates its own internal vacuum and does not require an external chamber. The fryer operates at 10 percent or less of normal atmospheric pressure while frying potatoes, apples, yams, and other high-sugar products without browning.  When frying at lower than 248 degrees Fahrenheit, it can also be used to minimize acrylamide formation.