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Rotisseries, Wok Stations

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While there are numerous benefits to the operation of Combi-Rotisserie ovens and Wok Stations. By design they have one major drawback, they discharge high volumes of oil laden water.

The secret to roasting the juiciest chicken is the uses of a deep water bath which produces a moist cooking environment. As the chickens roast and rotate around 3.5 Fluid Ounces or 100 Millilitres of fat drips into the water bath from every bird. When the level rises, the oily wastewater drains from the oven water bath through an overflow drain as low as 5”or 125mm from the floor. Low level wastewater discharge points pose additional drainage issues which can create costly blockages in drain lines and sewers.

Fortunately, many operators have discovered the significant advantages of connecting Goslyn separators to their ovens.  From their very compact footprint to 99.7% separation efficiency, Goslyn separators virtually eliminate the risk of sewer line blockages by discharge FOG. In addition, the liquefied chicken fat collected by Goslyn separators is converted into a high grade yellow grease by the separator that commands a high price from bio fuel producers.  Where low level double stack rotisseries are installed, the Goslyn G40LP Low drain pump is system employed to receive effluent from drains as low as 1”or 25mm above floor level.

Extremely user friendly, Goslyn separators have no moving parts to break and no messy grease separation chamber to clean. Simply empty the oil cassette when full, clean out the solids strainer basket and plunge oil valve at the end of the day. Less than 2 minutes a day is all it takes to keep your drains free and clear!

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