Industry News | May 9, 2014

Frontline International Reengineers Oil Dispensing System

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Setting up Frontline International’s box system for dispensing standard packaged oil to fill your fryers just got easier. The company has introduced a reengineered system—now called EZ Oil—that includes an integral pump to draw fresh cooking oil from the storage rack to the fryer. Previously, an external pump was mounted near the rack system. EZ Oil is automatic, hands-free, and now easier than ever to set up.

Frontline’s EZ Oil dispensing system allows foodservice operators to stack fresh oil boxes on a space-saving storage rack, which is plumbed to the fryers. With the new integral pump, this easy-to-install, easy-to-use oil management solution can be installed in as little as 30 minutes.

Frontline’s EZ Oil dispensing system is designed to accommodate the boxed oil purchased from any vendor. The upside-down storage system ensures that every drop of oil is drained, increasing oil yields by up to 10 percent. The storage rack utilizes the same footprint as the typical foodservice establishment’s storage area for boxed oil. The boxed oil is connected directly to one or even multiple fryers simultaneously and, with the push of a button, oil flows from the boxes on the rack to the fryers, improving workplace safety because hands and floors are kept clean and grease free.

All Frontline systems are modular, flexible, and upgradable, and all equipment comes with a one-year warranty on both parts and labor. 

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