Frontline refreshes waste tank design


Equipment manufacturer Frontline International has redesigned its 2478SQ waste oil containment tank.

This removes excess cooking oil from fryers and has now been remodelled in a smaller footprint to save space for operators.

The tank can be positioned in an indoors storage area away from the fryer’s location and is completely sealed. A remote control panel can also be placed anywhere back of house.

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With the push of a button, oil flows to the tank, ensuring that kitchen staff do not have to touch the cooking oil.

The waste oil is pumped directly from the fryer to a 2478SQ tank in one of the three ways: direct-plumbed system (automatic and hands free), remote-plumbed waste oil pump station system (semi automated, when a fryer does not have a built-in filtration pump), and caddy system (manual with automation, said to be safer than toting buckets).

All Frontline equipment carries a 1-year warranty on parts and labour. Bensons Products is the sole distributor of Frontline International equipment in the UK.

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