Preserve the oil in your fryer by using this round 6" medium mesh wire skimmer to remove excess batter and small food particles from fryer oil. This medium mesh skimmer makes it easy to keep oil fresh for longer periods of time and will ensure that no excess food items are floating around in your oil. The fresher the oil, the better tasting your food is! Keep food fresh with this fryer skimmer. Constructed of a nickel-plated steel wire, this 6" round wire skimmer is durable and designed to withstand frequent commercial kitchen use.
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6" dia. x 19-1/2" l. 13-1/2" handle length
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Multiple uses! Review by Mere the Decorator
We used this item in table displays during an event at our store. It was a unique way to present something different with our products, and turned out beautifully! (Posted on 1/27/2012)
Good bang for the buck. Review by Johnny Bravo
The diameter is exactly 6" with a 13 3/8 inch long handle with a nice hook for hanging. The screening area is 1/2 inch square mesh. Weight is approximately 10.9 oz. The construction is HOWEVER not made from stainless steel, but a chrome plated metal. A common magnet will immediatly give that away. Even cheap stainless may have a bit of magnetism but this pulled strong to my magnet. After 1 use I can see the plating wearing off down to the copper platting in some very small areas where it scrapped on the bottom.
I purchased this skimmer for use in a round deep fat fryer. It works very nice for this application and drains thoroughly with the strong mesh. Construction is strong and it is a great skimmer for anything but spaghetti. I will have to see how well it holds up (i.e. doesn't rust) after a longer period of use.
Still, you can't go wrong for the price. (Posted on 6/22/2008)