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RF Hunter 80 Lb Oil Filtration System - Cloth Filter NSF (Made In The USA), Model# HF80C

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Compact 80-pound-capacity oil filtration cart
Self-contained and portable, easy to use and store
Powerful 1/2 HP motor
Easy to set up and operate, runs on 120V/60Hz
Comes with 2 filter cloth bags
Includes 10 filter powder packets
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Manufacturer Model #: HF80C

This oil filtration unit from R.F. Hunter has an 80-pound capacity (model rfh-hf-080c) and rolls on its own cart in order to make your fast food duties just a bit easier. It's often a tedious job to filter deep fryer oil, but it's necessary if you want to make money: filtering your oil will extend its working life and this self-contained system will make that easier. All of this oil filtrator's major components are stainless steel (that includes the power unit housing, oil canister, container cover, base, cart and T-shaped handle); all the rest of the exterior surfaces are nickel-plated steel. The filtrator pump is powered by a.5-horsepower motor, expressly designed for use in filtering hot cooking oils. The cloth filter bags are suited for use when your fryer oil is extremely dirty with lots of residue (2 bags are included. Also included is a heat-resistant drainage hose, 48 inches long, heat-resistant and wire-reinforced. This self-contained filtration cart has E.T.L.-, N.S.F. and C.E. approvals.
All major components are stainless steel or nickel-plated steel
Heat resistant 48" wire-reinforced drainage hose
Pumps are designed to handle high temperature edible oils
Oil proof lead wire cord with 3-prong grounding plug
Thermal and torque overload protection
NSF, ETL and CE Certified
Stainless Steel
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This product has a 1 year manufacturer warranty.
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1 Review

  • 5
    Wonderful If Used Properly

    Posted by Beaulieu on Jan 17th 2018

    Boy, I work with a bunch of undergrads who don't understand the dynamics of filter machines. They insist on putting the generic paper envelope in between the screens instead of on the obvious exterior (top side and under side. But the darn machine still doesn't clog (actually it did twice but I work with a bunch of morons, I tried teaching them but they manage to burn onion rings in new grease and newly scrubbed fryers) It works great

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