gas vs electric

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2013/08/12 16:34:43 (permalink)

gas vs electric

lookin for a good electric or gas countertop  commercial fryer not sure which one is better,will be frying all chicken parts
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    daddywoofdawg
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    Re:gas vs electric 2013/08/14 13:28:13 (permalink)
    gas you don't need electric.and recovers faster.
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    EC.Mason
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    Re:gas vs electric 2014/02/04 22:21:07 (permalink)
    This is something I was wondering about as well. My only concern is how much propane it would take to run a couple deep fryers a day? Just wondering how much it would cost.
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    Re:gas vs electric 2014/02/05 02:27:57 (permalink)
    No question about it. Gas. Much easier to come by than generator power. My 40,000btu/hr will use aprox 12gal/wk running 5 6hr shifts. Cost comparison was not in my equation when I had this same dilemma. I run 2 3,000w generators and I still lack on power some days. Yes, I like appliances and they are all researched for lowest wattage rating before purchasing. On top of the power issue, they do recover faster than electric as also mentioned above - something that is invaluable.

    EC Mason - how much would it cost to run two electric units per day?
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