Finding replacement gas parts can be challenging. Here at Under Control, we supply a range of commercial catering gas parts and spares for natural gas and LPG equipment. In the below section you’ll find gas interlock systems, catering hoses, pilot burners, and more available with free delivery.Read More
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Commercial catering equipment undergoes a lot of stress. Often used continuously for long periods, it can wear and tear or simply fail as time goes by. When that happens, it can cost your business valuable custom. Replacing catering gas parts before they fail is important to ensure not only the continuity of service but also to meet health and safety requirements.
One popular choice for British people is the kebab. A staple across the UK, it is important to keep your kebab machine running smoothly. At Under Control, we stock a range of kebab machine parts to ensure your business can continue serving the food your customers want. Prices start from less than £1 for spare parts.
Gas parts cover a huge variety of items from gas thermostats and valves to pilot burner parts and catering hoses. Keeping these parts in top working order is vital for businesses, especially in catering or food service. Replacing faulty parts will prevent potential problems or damage from being caused and ensure that your business can continue to deliver the exceptional service you are known for.
Finding the catering gas parts you need
The food service industry is diverse, and your business needs may be different from other companies. This is why it is important to know what your catering equipment requires. We stock a range of commercial catering equipment parts and spares for LPG and natural gas machinery, so you will find exactly what you need here.
One essential part that will need replacing regularly is the catering hose. With prices starting from less than £4 for a part, you’ll be able to buy the spare gas parts you need to keep your equipment running smoothly. Found that your equipment is missing a vital part? We stock everything from thermocouple brass locknuts to control knobs.
We offer free shipping and technical support to all of our customers. Contact the Under Control team with any questions you have and you will receive honest professional advice. Our team is on hand to help you find the right part or arrange next-day delivery for items available from stock.
How do you test a SIT valve?
Testing your SIT valve is relatively straightforward. Once the pilot is lit, you can turn the gas knob to the on position. Turn the burner so that it is in the highest position before checking the pressure. Shut the burner down when complete. This will give you an idea of whether or not the SIT valve needs replacing.
What is the difference between natural gas and LPG hoses?
Catering hoses may not appear to be different. However, you should not use an LPG hose for natural gas or vice versa. This is because the natural gas hoses are permeable to LPG, and so they cannot effectively transfer butane and propane to the cooker or catering equipment.
How often should you replace LPG hoses?
LPG hoses should be replaced at least once every five years. External examinations may show damage on the outside, but you are unable to see any of the internal stresses the hose has undergone. Replacing the hose is vital for the security and safety of your team.
How do you clean a pilot burner assembly?
If you have found that your pilot burner is not lighting, or that it fails to stay lit, you may need to clean it. Cleaning a pilot assembly may require nothing more than a can of compressed air. Using the air, you can blow any dirt or debris out of the assembly.
How do you test a gas thermocouple?
Probes are essential for testing thermocouples and ensuring that they work as expected. In order to test a gas thermocouple, you will need to unscrew it from the gas valve. Using a multimeter, you can start the pilot and keep the gas control knob burning with the probe in place for a minute. You can then use the leads on the shaft of the thermocouple and on the connector. You will need to replace your thermocouple if the reader is lower than 25 millivolts.
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