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How much can I re-use fryer oil?



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Greg Heyes from Heyes Filters Inc.

You should consider getting an FAA test unit, there not too expensive and will tell you when the oil should be changed based on the level of FAA in the oil. At a particular level and above you are doing harm to your product.  
We do have a system that can prolong your oil life considerable if you are interested.  Please let us know.

Dec 29, 2016

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Kinnek Knowledge Team

In a commercial setting, fryer oil is reused plenty of times.  There's no hard and fast rules - generally speaking however, if the oil smells rancid, that's a good time to throw out the oil and replace it with new oil.  Oil thatâ??s being used to cook a wide variety of items (say, fish and chicken and shrimp) and is being used frequently will have to be replaced sooner than oil thatâ??s being used to cook one type of item (say, just chicken) and infrequently.  Perhaps a point of confusion is that while you do not have to replace your oil immediately, you should be filtering your re-used oil fairly regularly.  Most restaurants that make frequent use of their fryer will filter and clean their oil once or even twice daily.  It is highly recommended that you filter your oil once a day, at least.

Jun 5, 2016

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