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BOIL-OUT GUIDE: HENNY PENNY FRYERS

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Henny Penny pressure fryers are some of the best in the foodservice industry, cooking up everything from fried chicken to wings to ribs. Like any kitchen equipment, proper cleaning and maintenance can help a fryer stay efficient and running smoothly.

Below are some helpful tips for cleaning a Henny Penny fryer thoroughly.

What you will need:

• Safety Gloves

• Safety Splash Goggles

Ceres Deep Fryer Cleaner

• Fryer Brush

Super Absorbent Cloth or Microfibre Cloth

Cleaning a Henny Penny Fryer

Before changing any fat or oil, it’s essential to clean out the well on your Henny Penny fryer. Here are the necessary steps you need to know.

Turn off the power switch, and unplug the unit from the wall. Make sure the oil cools down before starting the cleanup procedure. The filter drain should be covered and as far back under the unit as it can go. This will help prevent oil from splashing and potentially cause injury.

Below are specific draining methods for the following models:

Model 500, 561 and 600 Pressure Fryers: Slowly open the drain valve handle with one-half turn. After a few minutes, slowly open the valve to a fully opened position.

Model 591 and 592 Pressure Fryers: Slowly pull the handle out toward you.

Model OFE/OFG/OEA/OGA-341, 342 Open Fryers: Slowly open the drain valve handle with one-half turn. After a few minutes, slowly open the valve to a fully opened position.

Close the drain valve and clean out the oil in the filter drain pan. Once the oil is discarded, reinstall the drain pan under the equipment and leave out the filter screen assembly.

Below are recommended amounts for popular models:

Model 500, 561 and 600 Pressure Fryers

➡️ Locate the fryer’s indicator line and fill hot water up to it. 

➡️ Add 300g of Ceres Deep Fryer Cleaner.

Model 591 and 592 Pressure Fryers: 

➡️ Raise the lid and remove the racks and carriers. 

➡️ Tilt the lid back so it doesn’t interfere with cleaning. 

➡️ Add hot water to the fill line before adding 350g of Ceres Deep Fryer Cleaner.

Model OFE/OFG/OEA/OGA-341, 342 Open Fryers: 

➡️ Add hot water to the fill line. Then, thoroughly mix in 150g of Ceres Deep Fryer Cleaner.

➡️ You also can add the fry basket into the fryer for a thorough clean.

Below are specific clean-out instructions for the following models:

Model 500, 561 and 600 Pressure Fryers: Turn the main power switch to “POWER” and set the temperature to 90°C. When the “ready” indicator comes on, and the solution temperature reaches 90°C, turn the main power switch to “OFF.” Be sure to pour a cup of hot cleaning solution into the condensation tower to prevent any obstructions.

Model 591 and 592 Pressure Fryers: Raise and turn the cook/pump switch to “COOK.” Press the program button and select “5.” When “Clean-out?” prompt displays, press “1” to start the process. The temperature will heat up to a pre-programmed setting, but it can be adjusted using the up and down buttons to prevent boiling over. Be sure to pour two cups of hot cleaning solution into the exhaust tank to avoid any obstructions.

Model OFE/OFG/OEA/OGA-341, 342 Open Fryers: You can turn the main power switch to “POWER” and set the temperature to 90°C, or you can activate the Clean-Out mode. When the unit starts its melt cycle, press and hold the timer button. When “Clean-out?” prompt displays, press “1” to begin the process. The temperature will heat up to a pre-programmed setting of 90°C, but it can be adjusted using the up and down buttons to prevent boiling over.

If the water solution in the fryer starts to boil over, turn the power switch off immediately to avoid damage to the controls or other portions of the fryer.

During the cleaning process, don’t use steel wool, abrasive cleaners or a water jet pressure sprayer to clean the fryer. These also could damage the unit.

Once the clean-out mode is complete, power off the machine, allow the cleaning solution to stand between 15-20 minutes.

Use a fryer brush to scrub the interior of the fryer thoroughly. Make sure to clean the lid frame and around the fryer’s countertop as well.

Use a clean fryer brush to scrub down the interior of the fryer. Rinse the fryer with fresh water to remove any remnants of the cleaning solution.

Dry the interior, drain pan, valve openings and surrounding areas as thoroughly as possible.

Once dry, replace the clean filter screen assembly in the drain pan and the cover. Also, reinstall the drain pan under the fryer.


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