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What they say

Hewigo is the leading manufacturer of frying ranges for fish and chip shops and take-aways in the UK. We have pioneered high efficiency ranges since July 2001 and have manufactured more of them than all other UK manufacturers put together.

Hewigo ranges have a reputation for value for money particularly with high efficiency pans where our technology and reliability is now well proven and established within the industry.

What we say

Purchasing a frying range is one of the biggest investments you’ll ever make so it’s important to keep it in efficient working order. We believe that regular boiling out with Ceres Deep Fryer Cleaner will help ensure your pans stay in the best possible condition and keep ahead of any potential maintenance issues.

Major benefits of a regular boil out include:

  • Keeps your thermostat probes free of dirt or carbon, giving your frying range more accuracy and better recovery.
  • Prevents a build up of carbon.
  • Reduces the chance of corrosion or pitting in the future.
  • Cleaner tasting fried foods.
  • Longer life from your frying oil.



Hewigo recommends that you should boil the pans out weekly.

  • Fill each pan with 30 litres of water along with the Ceres Deep Fryer Cleaner, set the thermostat knob to the lowest position and light the burners. Just before boiling over, switch off the burner and let it cool for approximately 10 minutes. Repeat this procedure with the other pans; In the meantime, you can clean the cooler pan with a heat resistant brush.
  • Be sure to use a heatproof plug to stop water from going into your filtration system.
  • Remove difficult pieces of carbon carefully with the scraper in the direction of the edge of the pan. Take care of your eyes – Wear eye protection.
  • If you are convinced the pans are clean, first make sure the burners are turned off.
  • Drain off the water with the buckets and rinse the pans 2 or 3 times with hot, clean water until there is no soap in the pans.
  • Dry the pans well with a super absorbent cloth or a microfibre cloth.
  • Tip: Don’t forget to close the drain taps!

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