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Commercial Pasta Cookers

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  1. ANETS Pasta Pro GPC14 14" Gas Pasta Cooker | 111,000 BTU
    ANETS Pasta Pro GPC14 14" Gas Pasta Cooker | 111,000 BTU
  2. ANETS Pasta Pro GPC18 18" Gas Pasta Cooker | 150,000 BTU
    ANETS Pasta Pro GPC18 18" Gas Pasta Cooker | 150,000 BTU
  3. Nemco 6760-240 2.5 gal. Electric Countertop Pasta Cooker | 240V
    Nemco 6760-240 2.5 gal. Electric Countertop Pasta Cooker | 240V
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    Burkett Price: $1,417.90 / Each
  4. Southbend NOD14 14" Gas Pasta Cooker | 60,000 BTU
    Southbend NOD14 14" Gas Pasta Cooker | 60,000 BTU
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    Price From: $9,839.50 / Each
  5. Waring WPC100 13.1 qt. Electric Pasta Cooker Rethermalizer
    Waring WPC100 13.1 qt. Electric Pasta Cooker Rethermalizer
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    Burkett Price: $995.00 / Each
  6. Anets RSF14 Pasta Rinse Tank
    Anets RSF14 Pasta Rinse Tank
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    Retail Price: $3,137.00 / Each Add this item to your cart to see your price
  7. Anets ANET-RSF18 Pasta Rinse Tank
    Anets ANET-RSF18 Pasta Rinse Tank
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    Retail Price: $3,762.00 / Each Add this item to your cart to see your price
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Commercial pasta cookers resemble a fryer, but rather than filling the vat with oil, it is filled with water for boiling spaghetti and other types of pasta noodles. They are ideal for commercial kitchens that make a lot of pasta. Once pasta is done cooking, it is a good idea to rinse it off. This will prevent it from sticking together. Usually, the rinsing is done over a sink, but there are two-vat commercial pasta cookers available that have a cooking tub and a rinsing tub. Above the rinsing vat, there is a faucet to give you fresh water for rinsing and replenishing the cooking tub. As with all pieces of equipment designed for restaurant use, commercial pasta cookers must be placed under a hood for ventilation. They do not throw off harmful fumes, like a stove would, but they do generate a lot of excess heat that can make an unventilated kitchen unbearable.