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FUNNEL CAKE FRYER LP GAS, COMSTOCK CASTLE, 2932SF
**FUNNEL CAKE FRYERS SHIPPED TO AN ILLINOIS ADDRESS WILL NEED TO HAVE STATE TAX APPLIED TO THE TOTAL UNLESS YOU CAN PROVIDE A TAX EXEMPT ID NUMBER.
MODEL: 2932SF- FUNNEL CAKE FRYER GAS 6-9" FUNNEL CAKES AT A TIME, CONSISTENT TEMPERATURE, INSTANT RECOVERY. FRIES AS FAST AS YOU CAN POUR.
CONSTRUCTION: Easy cleaning, corrosion resistant stainless steel finish, welded with aluminized inner framing. Double wall construction with heavy insulation combined with a special flue design for cooler operation. Adjustable 4" stainless steel legs for easy leveling For the GAS FUNNEL CAKE FRYER. Installation clearances for non-combustible surfaces are 2" on sides and 6" in the rear, combustible surface clearances are 6" and 6". Hinged front door panel protects controls.
BURNERS: Long life, cast iron “H” pattern burners combined with a special “V” shaped tank design directs heat for excellent air circulation.
CONTROLS: Snap Action thermostat for fast recovery, 100% safety shut off, high limit control for back-up safety, automatic standing pilot and brass burner valves. Pressure regulators are set at the factory for natural gas and easily convertible to propane. Optimal pressures are 4" WC for natural gas and 10" WC for propane. Manifold size is 3/4" NPT. All controls are tested and confirmed in good working order. Calibration and adjustments are the responsibility of the installer.
TANK: Easy cleaning Is snap for this funnel cake fryer, corrosion resistant stainless steel with angled bottom 3/4" gate valve for rapid draining.
ACCESSORIES: Single large baskets, stainless steel tank covers, gas hoses, cleaning supplies, equipment stands and casters are listed in the price list.
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FUNNEL CAKE FRYER GAS,COMSTOCK CASTLE,2932SF
Funnel,Cake,Fryer, LP GAS, Comstock,Castle,2932SF
|Comstock-Castle Stove began with Allen Comstock and Timothy H.
Castle moving to Quincy and Adams County in the mid 1830s. Both opened hardware
stores: Comstock in Quincy and Castle in nearby Columbus, Illinois. Stoves
brought by riverboat from New York and St. Louis were prominent items sold by
both firms. |
Comstock started a foundry to manufacture stoves and hollow
ware in 1846 and the primary business of the company since that time has been
stove manufacturing. While Comstock's business was called A. Comstock &
Company the foundry was known as the Phoenix Stove Works. Over the years, Quincy
became a center for stove manufacturing with numerous foundries operating. Most
of these foundries were started by former employees of Comstock-Castle
Stove.Comstock-Castle owned other stove manufacturing companies in Quincy, IL
and Keokuk, IA. More stoves were made in Quincy, Illinois in the 1800s than
anywhere else. In the early 1900s Comstock-Castle's logo claimed to be the
"World's Largest Sellers."
In 1849 Allen Comstock left Illinois for the
California gold rush leaving his brother Enoch in charge of the company. In the
1850s Timothy Castle bought into the stove foundry forming a partnership. During
the American Civil War the company name changed to Comstock-Castle Stove Company
and the Castle family took over the management of the business. The present
management of the company is sixth generation of this Castle family.
1884 corporations had become common and the company incorporated as a 99 year
corporation, reincorporating in 1983 as a perpetual corporation.
company made domestic and commercial cooking and heating equipment and
incinerators until the depression years of the 1930s. During the depression, the
unprofitable and more competitive domestic, heating and incinerator lines were
dropped. Natural gas became the preferred fuel by the 1930s and the wood and
coal stoves were phased out of the company product lines.
the company manufactures commercial (restaurant) cooking equipment selling in
the U.S. and internationally. Comstock-Castle has a network of service and
warranty repair agencies established throughout the United States. The company
uses their own sales force to market their products to restaurant equipment and
supply companies. Every year the company exhibits at numerous international,
national, and regional restaurant trade shows. In export markets, the company
uses a mix of import agents in specific countries or regions and some export
management companies in other areas.
The company is a member of the
North American Association of Food Equipment Manufactures (NAFEM) and has a
NAFEM Level 1 Certified Foodservice Professional (CFSP) on staff and serving on
the Board of Directors of NAFEM.
The company's main emphasis at the
present time is to improve the quality of its products and services while adding
new products to the mix.