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Product Information

Making a profit in the food service, restaurant and baking industry begins with your buying and processing ability. Controlling food and labor costs, while consistently maintaining top quality can be challenging. The Egg King valet is the answer to saving you time and money so you can focus on what matters most - creating deliciousness!

Specifications

Use: Cracks, extracts and blends fresh eggs

Overall Dimensions: 39"H x 15"L x 16"W

Diameter: 21"

Total Weight: 80 lbs.

Base Weight: 57 lbs.

Power: 115v & 220v Models Available

Motor: 1/2 HP Capacitor Start Mounted on 4 Shock  Spring Absorbers

Top Exterior Housing: 1-piece Molded Polyethylene

Outer + Inner Basket: 18 Gauge Stainless Steel

Machine Opening: 10 1/4"

Flow Tube: 1 1/2"

Made: Manufactured and assembled in the U.S.A

THE CLEANEST
WAY TO CRACK EGGS

Fresh Egg
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Fresh Egg

Now, more than ever, we understand the importance of limited contact during your food preparation. While traditional hand-cracking requires you to use...well...your hands, our machine offers the perfect solution with a completely contact-free egg cracking method. 

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Fresh Egg
Cracked Egg

Cleaning Instructions

Working with fresh shell eggs means you'll need to wash and sanitize often, so we designed The Egg King to breakdown easily. All parts fit into a standard pot washer for cleaning, except the motor base which can be wiped clean with a sanitizing solution. Reassemble in a few quick steps and it's ready to go for another spin. We recommend dumping the shells after each case and washing and sanitizing the machine at least once every 4 hours or at the end of each extraction period, whichever comes first.

20,000 EGGS PER HOUR

EGGS OF ANY SIZE

99% LIQUID EXTRACTION

Golden   Rules

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Place a 5-gallon container and a large strainer under the yellow hopper spout.

Make sure your shaft pin is centered in the shaft prior to putting on your outer basket.

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To begin, hand drop 4-6 eggs in the machine to allow it to balance.

Load clean eggs 1 flat at a time.

After each case of eggs (30 dozen), turn off the machine and empty the shells from the inner basket using a spatula. Do not bang the baskets when emptying shells or insert hand while basket is in motion.

Cover the container and store in the cold box for at least 20-30 minutes to allow the eggs to rest before using.

Place removeable parts in a pot washer and sanitize the machine after each use.

 

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Ready to Get Crackin?

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