Choosing the ideal fryer for your business involves various considerations beyond merely selecting the right volume. There are many immersion fryers available on the market that deserve consideration, differing in basket size all capable of meeting the frying requirements of various kitchens or bistros. However, basket volume is not by any means the first and most crucial parameter when selecting a fryer. While it may seem pretty straightforward to invest in a fryer that simply caters to today's complex demands, the key lies in finding the optimal equipment for your technological process that is also easy to incorporate into your existing production, as well as assessing whether it's worthwhile to try and cater to the ever-expanding demands of the market.

Numerous batch fryers with varying basket sizes, including vacuum fryers capable of meeting the frying requirements of diverse kitchens or bistros are available on the market. However, basket volume is just one of the key parameters, and it's not necessarily the most crucial when it comes to choosing the right fryer. The key to achieving a juicy, crispy, and thoroughly fried end product depends primarily on selecting the appropriate heating power. The heating power should be sufficient to rapidly and evenly fry the product in batches of pre-planned quantities.

When dealing with foods containing significant water content, opting for a fryer with a higher heating power becomes essential. This ensures the fryer can efficiently heat the oil as well as the food products within a specific timeframe while also effectively evaporating the water present within the product. Insufficient heating power often leads to having to adjust the product's readiness through prolonged processing times, resulting in an oversaturated, overcooked, sour, and fatty end product.

Ensuring uniform frying is another critical aspect when selecting a deep oil fryer. Small yet deep baskets may hinder even frying results when immersing the product in oil, potentially leading to breakage or items sticking together, especially with delicate items. Opting to fry products in a single layer generally proves more effective, making conveyor-type continuous frying machines a recommended choice.

A conveyor fryer, belonging to the category of continuous fryers, features a model with either a single conveyor or a double conveyor module, as well as a paddle module, allowing the steady movement of the product along the working bath. Traditionally reserved for large-scale production, tabletop conveyor fryers have recently emerged, catering to small-scale production or professional kitchens within the HoReCa segment.

A distinctive feature of the conveyor fryer is its adaptability in processing various volumes, as well as the different available additional options like the double conveyor module for products that may float after being submerged in hot oil, or the paddle fryer module for light-weight and fragile products like chips and extruded snacks that float on the oil's surface. Equipped with powerful heating systems, these deep fryers ensure uniform frying quality and maintain high productivity levels.