Vollrath - 40720 - Cayenne Flat Top Gas Griddle - 24” Wide

Vollrath 40720 Cayenne 24" gas griddle flattop

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SKU: 40720
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Overview

Vollrath's Flat Top Griddle, provides a simple and effective way to prepare food with that delicious restaurant grilled flavour in an economical, safe and hassle free way.

  • Ideal for use in steak houses, restaurants, coffee shops, clubs, and pubs.
  • Extended superior burners allow for better heat distribution and fast recovery.
  • Welded stainless and aluminized steel construction.
  • 3/4" polished steel griddle plate.
  • Removable stainless steel fire box for easy cleaning and maintenance.
  • Enclosed back directs heat to product, not out the back.
  • Bull nose design protects employees from burns.
  • Heavy duty brass valves.
  • 3/4 NPT gas inlet.
  • Shipped set up for natural gas, includes kit for conversion to propane.
  • Heavy duty cast iron grate.
  • Includes regulator and gas valve.
  • All Vollrath equipment comes with a One Year Warranty on components and defective workmanship.

*Image is a representation. Actual product may vary based on model, size, and options selected.


Specifications:
Manufacturer: Vollrath
Model: 40720
List Price: $1,292.60
Width: 24"
Depth: 27"
Height: 16"
Output: 56,000 BTUs
Weight: 158 lbs.

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Brand

For over 135 years, Vollrath has been "setting the standard" for exceptional and cutting edge foodservice products. Their promise is to provide high-quality, reliable products as well as new, innovative equipment manufactured to serve their customers better. They strive to exceed their customers' expectations in the quality of their products, their competitive prices, and their excellent customer service.

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Q&A

What type of ventilation  is needed when used in a food truck?

Asked by: Food52
Ventilation requirements are determined by local regulations and not by the manufacturer. I recommend speaking with your health department or other authorities to make sure you have everything to meet code in your truck.
Answered by: DanPrima
Date published: 2014-04-15