Gas restaurant equipment is useless if it's not connect […]
Gas restaurant equipment is useless if it's not connected to the gas supply. Enter the gas hose. Gas hoses connect your equipment to the gas supply line so you can have the fire needed to create beautiful meals.
Gas hoses should be used with any equipment that relies on gas to operate. This often includes fryers, ranges, and ovens.
Gas hoses may be 12, 24, 36, 48, 60, or 72 inches long. Determine the hose length you need by measuring the distance between the equipment and the wall behind it. If the equipment is mounted on casters, add a few inches to that measurement to ensure it can be comfortably moved.
To ensure your gas hose is properly connected and prevent any operational or safety issues that can arise from improperly installed equipment, gas hoses should be installed by a qualified professional.