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Heated viewing window in a fryer Disclosure Number: IPCOM000040941D
Publication Date: 2005-Feb-02
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ID 698608

Heated viewing window of a fryer

    In fryers and other cooking appliances comprising a viewing window, it is problematic that the viewing window becomes steamed up during the frying/cooking process.

    When heating means are provided to heat the viewing window to a temperature higher than 100°C, this can be counteracted. This is based on the insight, that steam will not condense to a surface, which has a temperature above 100°C.

    The heating means may for example comprise may comprise film heating provided on the viewing window, heating wire in the window, or a lamp directed on the window.

    In the hinge of the lid of the appliance an electric contact may be provided which is in contact with the heating means.

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