Deep Fryers come with many features such as alarms, ventilation systems, oil filters, or automatic basket removal to prevent food from overcooking. Some commercial fryers have a "cold zone" at the bottom of the fry pot. This is where larger food particles sink and the lower temperature keeps them from burning and tainting the oil. A tube-style fry pot has a large cold zone because the tubes are slightly above the bottom of the vat. A tube-style fry pot is more difficult to clean than an open fry pot, but the tubes allow easy access to the heat source. Open fry pots have an external heat source, which makes them easier to clean and affords better access to the oil, but they generally offer a smaller cold zone, so food particles that sink could scorch and pollute the flavor of the oil. Whatever the frying need, Burkett has you covered!