Pressure Fryers

Our state-of-the-art pressure fryers cook foods under controlled pressure in a sealed environment resulting in:

  • More tender, juicy and flavorful foods
  • Less oil absorption and reduced overall oil usage
  • Greater food production per machine for a better ROI
Pressure Fryer 1600

Broaster 1600

The smallest footprint, most cost-effective medium-capacity pressure fryer available. Compact, reliable and easy to use, the Broaster 1600 uses only 3.2 square feet of floorspace under the hood.

  • 16 pieces of fresh bone-in chicken per load
  • 16” in overall width
  • Available in electric models only
  • Touch screen controller option now standard
Broaster 1800

Broaster 1800

Our most popular model, offering the best combination of production capacity and space efficiency.  The BROASTER 1800 was designed for maximum space efficiency and can produce up to 14 lbs. of fresh chicken per load.

  • 32 pieces of fresh bone-in chicken per load
  • 18” in overall width
  • Available in gas or electric models
  • Touch screen controller option now standard
Broaster 2400

Broaster 2400

The large-capacity, high efficiency pressure fryer for more food per hour, faster service and greater sales.  Designed to cook large quantities of product, the BROASTER 2400 can produce up to 22lbs. (48 pieces of fresh bone-in chicken) per cook cycle.

  • 48 pieces of fresh bone-in chicken per load
  • 24” in overall width
  • Available in gas or electric models
  • Touch screen controller option now standard
Ventless Hood

Ventless Hood System

Compact and versatile— one-of-a-kind stainless steel hood provides the necessary vapor removal requirements for all current electric models of Broaster® pressure fryers.

Specifically designed bullnose for Broaster Pressure Fryers.

  • Simple to install—eliminates the need for expensive roof modifications and the hassles of dealing with multiple vendors supplying separate hood and electrical systems.
  • Safe—includes built-in Ansul R-102 fire suppression system with piping, nozzles (appliance and plenum), and conduit routing the fusible link cable through the hood.

NEVER BE FAR FROM BROASTED