Wire

Restaurant Equipment Electrical Wires

From ovens to fryers, these appliances require electrical wires to function. Electrical wires are used to carry the current that powers these appliances. For example, electric ovens and fryers require electrical wires to function. The thickness of the wire, known as the gauge, determines the amount of current it can carry.

Lead wires are used to connect the heating elements in ovens and fryers, designed to withstand high temperatures. This is important because the heating elements in these appliances get very hot during use. Lead wire also has a higher melting point than copper wires, making them more suitable for use in high-temperature applications. When selecting electrical wires for commercial cooking appliances, it's important to choose wires that are appropriate for the application to ensure the safe and reliable operation of the appliance.

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