Prince Castle EC-6 series egg cooker provides restaurants a quick while professional solution for egg products. With different lids and egg ring grids, the EC-6 is able to cook round and rectangle shaped eggs, as well as custom shapes upon request.
Prince Castle’s EC-6 series egg cooker provides restaurants a quick while professional solution for egg products. With different lids and egg ring grids, the EC-6 is able to cook round and rectangular shaped eggs, as well as custom shapes upon request.
The precise temperature control and steam created during the cooking provides a consistent cooking result from cycle to cycle. Eggs are cooked in less than 3 minutes with a perfect shape and great taste.
The Display control with programmable settings make operation easier. A built in alarm will remind the crew when eggs are ready to serve. The lid, egg rings, and residue are all easily removable with no tools required, making cleaning a breeze.
- Cooks up to 6 eggs per cycle
- Our Compact design enables efficient use of counter space
- Temperature & time are preset at the factory. Our equipment is ready to use
- Round & rectangle shaped egg rings are available. Custom shapes are also possible
- An Electrical temperature control provides more consistent temperature & cooking results
- The Non-stick egg ring features a detachable design for easy cleaning
- Robust stainless steel for long term durability.
Product Spec Sheet
|Model Number||Width in (cm)||Height in (cm)||Depth in (cm)||Shipping Weight lbs (kg)|
|EC6 Series (Closed)||18.01 (45.75)||9.20 (23.37)||17.36 (44.09)||37.37 (16.95)|
|EC6 Series (Opened)||21.66 (55.03)||17.58 (44.66)||17.36 (44.09)||37.37 (16.95)|
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