GT 35 – The best solution for bakery and pastry shops

If you need to buy a commercial fryer, as a pastry deep fat fryer, you should take into consideration several reasons according to your business. That’s why it is essential to focus on the size of the fryer based on the quantity of fried food you are going to make.

For example, pastry fryers have a larger tank where food can float in hot oil, thus allowing to easily turn donuts, pancakes, churros … For a consistent fried food.


GT 35: the pastry deep fat fryer

The GT 35 gas fryer has a capacity up to 46 liters oil and a large thermal tank and it is the right choice to fry your food perfectly and safely.

Our Elframo GT 35 pastry deep fat fryer stands for high performance and precision in the pastry sector. Suitable for heavy operation loads, it is made of high-quality materials and components for a perfect fried food.

GT 35, some good reasons to choose it


  • AISI 304 stainless steel structure
  • AISI 304 stainless steel tank and baskets


  • Electromechanical controls with thermometer for temperature display
  • Safety thermostat


  • The tank can contain from 35 to 46 liters of oil, with a large thermal tank which is less affected by the lowering of the temperature when the product is immersed
  • Very large tank, perfect for bakery and pastry shops


  • The oil draining tap is positioned in the front part of the machine, for easy access
  • Full basket or ½ basket
  • Several optional accessories available: oil filter container, tank grid, kit pressure gauge 100 mbar, wheels kit, trolley with wheels for oil container
  • Stainless steel adjustable feet

The GT 35 fryer is suitable for baking, including Carnival pastries.

Nowadays, the deep fryer has become an essential tool also for the pastry shops. Thanks to their efficiency and ease of use, fryers are a must-have for any kind of recipe, therefore it is important to choose the right model according to your needs.

And what about the environmental protection?

Waste oil should never be thrown away, but it must be disposed in dedicated collection points. In order to measure the deterioration rate of the oil, you need a special tool, similar to a thermometer.