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The Commercial Jerky Dehydrators from Commercial Dehydrators America are perfect for small businesses or home use. These Jerky dehydrators come in a variety of sizes and styles to suit your needs. Choose from our selection of countertop models or floor-standing units.
Our Jerky dehydrators come with food-grade 304 stainless steel trays that are made for the ongoing demand of the commercial food environment. They are easy to clean & maintain, are dishwasher safe, and non-corrosive.
Our heat-resistant tempered glass windows are extremely durable and resist heat well. They can sustain a force of 10,000 pounds per square inch. They may also endure temperatures as high as 500°F.
Set the control panel's temperature to zero in order to select the ambient air mode function if you only want your product to be dried with fans rather than heat.
The unit remembers the last time and temperature setting from your previous batch, making it easier and quicker to repeat the same recipes in future batches.
If you desire to dry your product using fans only and no heat, simply set the temperature to 00 on the control panel to access the ambient air mode function.
The trays on our Industrial Jerky Dehydrators are made of 304 stainless steel for easy cleaning and long life. They are also non-corrosive and stain resistant.
Our industrial models have a large capacity, making them perfect for businesses that need to dehydrate large quantities of Jerky at one time.
These units will not utilize their full power rating thanks to our patented Power-Throttling Technology. Instead, they adjust based on the temperature setting for a chamber and become 35-45% more efficient - saving you money!
Our hot air circulation system is unrivaled in terms of efficiency and consistency. The circulating fan, which circulates air past the heating coils before entering the oven's interior chamber, is the source of wind. The moist air is then taken back into the duct and released, while the hot air is recirculated.
Analogue controls have a basic push-button interface that anyone can easily use. To assure the accuracy of operation, temperature controls are still displayed and programmed on a digital display. Our exhaust valve allows you to choose how much air from the previous cycle is recirculated back into the chamber.
We manufacture stainless steel heating coils for industrial use. These heating coils are extremely durable and covered in fins that run the length of the coil. These fins assist in radiating heat into the moving air, making them far more efficient than traditional heating components.
Our units have dynamic airflow panels that have been laser-cut for accuracy. These panels provide back pressure from the heating chamber and spread the hot dry air evenly across all trays, ensuring equal drying across the product.
Beef Jerky is the most popular type of Jerky. It is made from lean cuts of beef that are trimmed of fat and then sliced into strips. The beef strips are then marinated in a mixture of spices and seasonings before being dehydrated.
Chicken, turkey, and duck are used to make poultry jerky. The poultry is carved and sliced into thin strips. The strips are marinated in a mixture of spices and seasonings before being dried.
To make pork Jerky the pork is cut into small strips and trimmed of fat. After marinating in a mixture of spices and seasonings, they are put inside a dehydrator to start the drying process.
Wild Game Lean buffalo, venison, or other wild game cuts are used to make jerky. The fat is removed from the meat before it is sliced into strips. After marinating in a blend of spices and herbs, the beef strips are then dried.
Plant-based jerky, also referred to as vegan beef jerky, is a beef jerky substitute produced from dried plants, such as fruits, vegetables, legumes, or grains. Animal-based jerky is often marinated and dried to produce a chewy texture with a concentrated meat flavor.
Thai sweet chili sauce is a combination of chili peppers, vinegar, sugar, salt and starch. It is a popular Asian condiment, but also works well as a marinade for beef and chicken. The sugar in the sauce balances the heat from the peppers and complements the umami flavor of the jerky.Read More
This is sweet and tangy with a kick. It also works well with poultry and pork.Read More
The chili powder and other seasonings in this recipe come together to create a harissa flavor. This dry preparation produces a less oily jerky which tends to stay fresh for a longer time. When dehydrating meats, always read machine instructions for time and temperature recommendations - meats are typically dehydrated for anywhere from 4 to 12 hours.Read More