Globe Adds 60" of Cooking Surface to Its Griddle Line

Thermostatic unit is designed to meet the needs of high-use kitchens.




Globe Food Equipment Company, Dayton, OH, announces the addition of a 60" thermostatic unit to their gas countertop griddles. Designed to meet the needs of high-use kitchens, this unit offers five feet of griddle space with five zones of temperature control for cooking a variety of foods at the same time.

The 60" unit has 150,000 BTUs (30,000 per burner), stainless steel U-style burners providing heat every 12", flame every 6" and a temperature range of 200°-575°F. The 1-inch thick polished steel griddle plate helps retain and distribute heat and the front plate and frame is constructed of insulated double-walled stainless steel for durability, longer life and heating efficiency.

Globe’s gas griddle line offers a wide range of options with 15, 24, 36 and 48-inch manual; and 24, 36, 48 and now a 60-inch thermostatic model, all available in natural gas and liquid propane – something for every size and type of kitchen.

Headquartered in Dayton, Globe is a leading provider of food preparation and gas and electric cooking equipment for the foodservice industry. Globe, a privately-held business, offers a complete line of products including the industry’s most complete line of mixers and slicers, meat choppers, weighing systems as well as cooking equipment. For more information, visit the company’s website at www.globefoodequip.com.

 

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