Falcon Fryer Angel

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Falcon has developed the Falcon Fryer Angel, incorporating the very latest oil level sensing technology to prevent fires and flare-ups and giving operators peace of mind and security.

What is it?

The Falcon Fryer Angel is a patented sensor for detecting low oil levels in commercial foodservice equipment fryers. The sensor technology detects low oil levels and turns off the power supply to the fryer, thereby reducing the risk of a fire or the discharge of the kitchen's fire suppression system.

The Falcon Fryer Angel raises the standard of safety and fire prevention  of commercial fryers to a whole new level, making it a must-have for any professional kitchen. It takes safety out of the hands of the operator, automatically putting the appliance out of operation if the oil level falls to a potentially dangerous level.

How Does It Work?

There's a sensor placed within the pan, surrounded by a protective guard (which can be moved for cleaning but is not removable from the sensor). When the oil level reaches the top of the sensor, the top up oil warning light illuminates, alerting the user that they need to top the oil up. If the oil level continues to drop to a potentially dangerous level, energy is cut to the unit immediately, with the user being alerted via a loud audible alarm and a flashing red warning light. The fryer is then out of service until the pan contains sufficient oil.


The Falcon Fryer Angel is available on many of our single and twin pan models, including our industry-leading high-performance 400 Series gas and electric fryers:

Model Brand Power Pans
 G401FX 400 Series Gas 1
 G402FX 400 Series Gas 1
E401FX 400 Series Electric 1
 E402FX 400 Series Electric 1
 E421FX 400 Series Electric 2
 E421F2X 400 Series Electric 2
 E422FX  400 Series Electric 2
 G3840X Dom Plus Gas 1
 G3840FX Dom Plus Gas 1
 E3840X Dom Plus Electric 1
 E3840FX Dom Plus Electric 1
 G9341X F900 Gas 1
 G9341FX F900 Gas 1



UK Patent Serial No. GB2584184


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