Duke 303 - Aerohot Gas Hot Food Steamtable - 3 Sections

Aerohot Gas Hot Food Steamtable - 3 Sections

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SKU: 303

Overview

  • Duke Aerohot Steamtables are part of the most comprehensive line of steamtables, offering both efficiency and economy in many sizes:
  • Operational use: Dry
  • Table width: 44 3/8"
  • Number of compartments: 3
  • Duke Aerohot Steamtables are part of the most comprehensive line of steamtables, offering both efficiency and economy in many sizes:
  • Operational use: Dry
  • Table width: 44 3/8"
  • Number of compartments: 3
  • Top:
  • 20 gauge, 300 Series stainless steel
  • Die-stamped openings - 12 1/16" wide x 20 1/16" deep
  • Table width poly carving board - 7" deep x 1/2" thick
  • 18 gauge stainless steel carving board support base and die-stamped brackets
  • Heat Compartments:
  • Each with die-formed 8" deep galvanized liner
  • Insulated on all four sides and bottom with 1" thick fiberglass
  • Body, Undershelf and Legs:
  • 20 gauge, 430 Series stainless steel body
  • 18 gauge, 430 Series stainless steel undershelf
  • No combustible materials should be stored on bottom shelf
  • 430 Series stainless steel tubular legs with adjustable plastic feet
  • Gas hot food units are not available on casters
  • Controls:
  • Specify natural gas or propane in options below
  • High altitude orifice available; specify elevation when ordering
  • Gas connection on operator's right, 1/2" IPS
  • Each compartment features its own 3500 BTU per hour burner
  • Galvanized steel radiation plate in each compartment
  • Gas pressure regulator furnished in each unit
  • Burners controlled by adjustable valve

Specifications:
Manufacturer:
Duke
Model:
303
List Price:
$2,106
Width:
44 3/8"
Depth:
29 7/16"
Height:
34"
Weight:
109 lbs.
BTU:
10,500

Brand

For over 85 years, Duke Manufacturing Co. has been a front-runner in the design and production of restaurant equipment for the foodservice industry. In recent years, Duke has sought to engineer technologies that save money and energy. As a result of their work, Duke was awarded the 2009 Energy Champion Award from the U.S. Department of Energy.

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