Teac TC25 User Manual
High-Performance, Low-Profile Fryer
Designed For All-Purpose Frying.
DEAN’S low-profile countertop gas fryers are
designed for high production frying and sized
to permit convenient replacement of low pro-
duction units. Designed to provide a comfort-
able working height, this fryer allows uniform
integration with other countertop equipment
for an attractive, functional kitchen lineup.
The TC25 uses a millivolt pilot system and has
a 25-lb. (14 L) oil capacity, a 13.75” x 14” (34.9
x 35 cm) cooking area and uses 72,000 Btuhr.
(18,136 kcal) (21 kW) input.
Make the most of your energy dollars with
Dean’s exclusive Thermo-Tubes with controlled
flow tube diffusers. The renowned design
allows excellent transfer of heat to the oil for
faster, high volume cooking. Less energy goes
unused through the vent, resulting in:
• Quick heat-up time.
• Low idle cost per hour during slow periods.
• Low gas consumption per load of product
Preserve the life of costly oil. Dean’s wide cool
zone catches crumbs and sediment from the
frying area. These particles are trapped in the
cold zone where they do not carbonize, con-
taminate oil or cling to fried foods. The bottom
of the frypot is sloped toward the front and
is equipped with a 1” (2.54 cm) standard port
Assure controlled temperature and rapid recov-
ery. Dean’s accurate mechanical thermostat
eliminates “loss-time” waiting between loads
and requires no electrical hook-up.
Enjoy the peace of mind of Dean fryers and
achieve long and dependable life through
simplicity of design. Durable stainless steel dif-
fusers and rugged burners keep maintenance
to a minimum.
CSI Section 11400
Lowest working height (15.75”) in a
gas countertop fryer
Millivolt pilot system -- requires no
3/4” NPT gas connection
Wide cold zone
Stainless steel frypot, front,
door, sides and basket hanger
Combination gas valve with
Rack type basket support
Twin baskets or one full basket
Top connecting strip
Countertop gas fryer
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