Belshaw Adamatic Bakery Group has served the baking industry for over 90 years and is one of the leading bakery equipment companies in the USA. Belshaw and Adamatic combined in 2007 to provide equipment for retail and wholesale bakeries, QSR’s, Supermarkets, Concession operators, and many more. Belshaw Adamatic Bakery Group is headquartered in a 120,000 sq.ft. production facility in Auburn, WA, 20 miles south of Seattle. Since the merger of Belshaw and Adamatic in 2007, all Adamatic manufacturing, previously in Eatontown, New Jersey, has continued at this location. From here, the Group supplies world class donut and bakery equipment to an international customer base, using both state-of-the art machine tools and quality craftsmanship.
List Price: $390.67
Our Price: $232.54All Donut Robots except gas models have a short drain with a heavy duty metal cap attached to it, to close it off. This Drain and Valve can be attached to the fryer, instead of the threaded cap. To use the drain and valve, you will need: A hole in the table that holds your fryer to allow the drain and valve to extend through it, enough room under the fryer for the Drain and Valve. The Drain and Valve extends 18" (46cm) below the fryer kettle. If you have this room, it will save A LOT of time and trouble emptying shortening. Instead of siphoning, just let the drain do the work. If you use the Drain and Valve when filtering shortening, you will need a filtration system to remove debris from the shortening. You can use a Belshaw EZMelt 18 or any other effective method. If you have room for the Drain and Valve, it will save A LOT of time and trouble emptying shortening. If you do not have this room under the fryer, the drain and valve will probably not help you, and you should consider the Filter Flo siphon (above) instead. The drain cap that comes standard is NOT designed to screw on and off when you empty shortening. Belshaw Adamatic by Unisource Drain valve for Mark2 [MK-0557-11.5] is perfect for your establishment. Learn More