Equipex GED20 23" Sodir Electric Double Cast Iron Plate Waffle Baker With Liege Pattern And Thermostatic Controls, 208/240 Volts
|Ship Weight||145 LBS|
|Manufacturer Part #||GED20|
|Reference ID||1996, GED20|
|Number of Waffle Plates||Two|
|Cycle Time||2-3 Minutes|
|Base material||Stainless Steel|
|Exterior Dimensions (WxDxH)||23"x 20.5"x 21"|
|UL Classified for NSF 4||Yes|
Did you know Liege waffles are different from traditional Belgium waffles? Liege waffles are typically denser, sweeter, and chewier because the dough was adapted from a brioche bread dough. To make this yummy style of waffle, look at this Sodir electric double waffle baker from Equipex. This waffle baker is just the tool you need to make these yummy golden brown waffles because the cast iron plates provide a nice, thorough bake. The stainless steel base is sturdy, durable, and even features a wrap-around drip tray that makes cleaning up a breeze.
The GED20 is a 23" wide, stainless steel Sodir electric double waffle baker from Equipex with the Liege pattern on fine grain cast iron plates. The special design of the outer rims on the cast iron plates on this Sodir electric double cast iron plate waffle baker minimizes batter overflow.
The Sodir electric double cast iron plate waffle baker has 2 independently operated heating zones that are thermostatically controlled up to 570 degrees F and there are temperature indicator lights to alert you when the waffle baker has reached the perfect temperature. There is a wraparound removable stainless steel drip tray on the Sodir electric double cast iron plate waffle baker.
There are optional 5 minute timers with bell signals available for each of the 2 waffle irons on this Sodir double cast iron plate waffle baker.
The GED20 Sodir double cast iron plate waffle baker is an electric unit that runs on 208/240 Volts, 60 Hz, 1-phase and 12.0/16.0 Amps for 3,300 Watts and it uses a NEMA 6-20P plug.
Common questions about Equipex Waffle Machines:
What plate patterns do you offer?
We offer 6 different patterns. Brussels, Liege, Round Belgian, Cone, Cyprus and Silo.
How do I clean the cooking surface?
Allow the waffle baker to cool before cleaning. Using a stiff wire brush, scrape the food residue and carbon from the upper and lower grill plates. To clean the waffle baker, brush the debris into the removable drip tray. Use a cloth dampened slightly with a soap and water mixture to clean the stainless steel housing, upper grill covers, spring protection cover and the drip tray. Clean the waffle baker thoroughly at the end of each day. Failure to do so may cause difficult to remove build up. In order to remove carbon build up from the waffle baker plates, use industry standard food service grade degreasers or grease removers. We do not recommend using soap and water to clean the waffle plates. However, if soap and water are used, the waffle baker will need to be re-seasoned.
What temperature does the unit go up to?
All our waffle bakers machines reach 570 degrees F and the temperature is thermostatically controlled.
Does the unit need to be under a hood?
Generally no, but we do recommend checking with your local inspector.
Why do our machines not need to be flipped?
Our heavy duty top plate assures even baking without clips, floating hinges or turning.
Equipex GED20 Features
- 23" wide
- Stainless steel construction
- Fine grain cast iron plates
- 2 independently operated heating zones
- Liege pattern
- Thermostatically controlled up to 570 degrees F
- Temperature indicator lights
- Wraparound removable stainless steel drip tray
- Electrical specifications: 208/240 Volts, 60 Hz, 1-phase and 12.0/16.0 Amps for 3,300 Watts
- NEMA 6-20P plug
- Optional 5 minute timers with a bell signal available for each of the 2 waffle irons
Equipex GED20 Benefits
- Special design of the outer rims minimizes batter overflow
- Alerts when waffle baker has reached the perfect temperature with indicator light
- UL listed in USA and Canada
- UL Classified for NSF 4