With the boom in the restaurant industry and the growing food business, several commercial kitchens and cloud kitchens are now being set up in India. Chefs are transforming simple and healthy ingredients into delicious meals. However, they need the right equipment to create magic in bulk for customers. Today, most commercial kitchens use gas as the primary energy source for cooking due to the countless benefits.

LPG (Liquid Petroleum Gas) is a low-carbon fuel, ideal for cooking, and various other applications like vehicle fuel, industrial and agricultural applications, heating, and more.

Why Consider LPG?

Results in Higher Efficiency of Chefs

In commercial kitchens, chefs are expected to work fast and deal with various customers simultaneously. LPG offers faster heating (a quicker response time than induction or electric cooktops) and cools faster. As a result, chefs can regulate the cooking temperatures for their meal prep.

It’s Easy & Flexible to Use

LPG is extremely easy and simple to use in big kitchens. With excellent control over the temperature, chefs don’t end up with burnt pans or meals. Also, anyone can use LPG without any specific training, making it an excellent option for new recruits as well. With LPG, you also have the flexibility to use any type of cookware. Plus, the gas cooktops tend to radiate heat across the entire pan and not just the circle that fits over the element. It’s also easier to clean the kitchen with an LPG system.

Offers an Affordable Solution

Running a commercial kitchen isn’t cheap and thus, owners and managers are constantly looking for ways to reduce costs without compromising the food quality. LPG uses less electricity for heating and also results in lower utility bills.

Why Use a Vaporizer?

Once you decide to use LPG in your commercial kitchen, the next step is to get the right equipment. Your tank or cylinder is filled with liquid propane, but your equipment will burn vapour. How does this work?

LPG is stored as a liquid under pressure and for the equipment to use it, it must undergo a phase change into vapour within the cylinder. This process happens before it is combusted by your equipment – boiler, radiant heater, stove, BBQ, burner, etc. The rate of vaporization in your tank depends on the ambient temperature and the tank size and fill level.

A vaporizer is essentially a boiler that doesn’t build pressure. LPG enters it in a liquid form and exists in the form of gas. Vaporizers are an integral component of the LPG system and they support various applications. Vaporizers also eliminate tank freeze-ups that may result in production loss or cooking delays. They provide protection against refrigeration that causes loss of pressure and frosting. Also, a vaporizer allows 100% usage of the LPG, decreasing the delivery frequency and overall costs.

The MX Pro Mini Vaporizer by Anil Engineering


Anil Engineering specializes in manufacturing LPG equipment and has created the world’s most compact vaporizer – MX Pro for customers who use LPG up to 40 kg/ hr. It is ideal for smaller commercial kitchens with LOT installations. The wall-mounting design also saves floor space and offers higher efficiency.

Choose MX Pro for top-rated safety features and high savings in your commercial kitchen. Make delicious meals every day with LPG!

Contact us on 02268192832/90 for a quote today!

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