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Commercial Electric Crepe Maker 110V 16" Pancake Baking Machine

$118

Commercial Electric Crepe Maker 110V 16" Pancake Baking Machine

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Product description

Size:Electric 3000W

All the products are shipped from US warehouse(CA or NJ)!
All the products are shipped from US warehouse(CA or NJ)!
All the products are shipped from US warehouse(CA or NJ)!

Product Description:
Note
Installation and repair work of this machine should be completed by professionals.
Power off before cleaning.
Do not clean machine surface with corrosive detergent.
Please read through user manual before put into use.Feature
100% brand new and good quality
Extra large heating panel with 400 mm (15.7") in diameter
Complete stainless steel shell
Cast copper electrical heating panel, energy-efficient
Built-in thermostat, safe and practical
Temperature adjustable 50-300℃ (122-572℉)
Ideal for cafés, restaurants and snack trolleys, etc
Convenient operation, easy cleaning

Specifications
Voltage: 110V, 60Hz
Power: 3 kw
Heating Plate: φ400 mm (15.7")
Temperature Range: 50-300℃ (122-572℉)
Environment Temperature: ≤50℃ (122℉)
Gross Weight: 20.5 kg (45.2 lbs)
Package Dimensions (L* W* H): 580* 530* 330 mm (22.8"* 20.9"* 13")

Package Content
1 X Crepe Pancake Maker Machine
1 X Wooden Spatula
1 X User Manual
If you have any questions, please email us and our customer service team will respond to you as soon as possible and provide you with the best solution, thank you very much.

Commercial Electric Crepe Maker 110V 16" Pancake Baking Machine

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