Industry News | July 28, 2015

New Filter System Extends Oil Life and Reduces Waste

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Frontline International, a leading provider of Smart Oil Management systems for fresh and waste oil, is pleased to offer a new standalone filtration system, the Flexible Filter System. The new system allows operators to easily swap out different filter media depending on the restaurant’s needs and usage. Filtration allows for longer and more consistent shortening life and can reduce shortening waste.

The three filter media choices Frontline offers are stainless steel, paper, and a disposable carbon filter. Stainless is the most economical choice, whereas paper may increase the quality of fried foods. The carbon filter offers the most advantages, with increased absorptive capacity. Carbon filters also remove the highest level of particulate contamination, which can result in longer oil life and higher quality food. The new system offers a much easier way to switch from one filter medium option to another—improved over the previous design.

An additional design advantage in the new Flexible Filter System is an easily removable bucket to simplify cleanup. The new system can be used with any type or size of fryer.

All of Frontline’s fresh and waste oil management systems are modular, flexible, and upgradable. Equipment is backed by a one-year warranty on both parts and labor.

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