Our semi automatic meat slicers will take the leg work out of cutting your finest cold cuts; salami, prosciutto, hams, and so much more. We understand that many of our customers are looking for extra fine cuts especially for traditional European cured ham. Our slicers offer the precision blade adjustment wheel designed to go from paper thin to 1/2" width so their's no waste and perfect taste! These semi automatic slicers are belt driven and have powerful motors to handle any task. Perfect for a lunch sandwich or preparing a feast for a large family gathering!
Heavy anodized construction combined with hardened stainless steel cutting blades make our line of professional semi automatic slicers the #1 home and business slicers on the market. Smooth ball bearing carriage for clean cuts plus built in stone sharpener, hand safety guard, commercial quality black hand grips and rubber feet, for firm mounting.
Your cutting blade can be removed for easy cleaning, it is recommended to make sure your belt drive is securely fastened in place. Each model offers a replacement belt drive included with each purchase and replacement sharpening stone.
Sharpening your blade is quick and simple - Our hardened stainless steel blades are designed to stay sharp so we only recommend sharpening once or twice per year. It is important to follow sharpening instructions included with your parcel, which will indicate the proper sharpening method.
- 10" Blade
- 1/4 Hp Motor .25HP
- Dimensions 47cm x 39cm x 38cm
- Power - 120V/60Hz/1Ph
- 510 to 525 RPM
- 45 LBS
- Hardened Anodized Steel bodies
- Adjustable slicing knob
- Removable slicing carriage for cleaning
- Blades removable for cleaning
- Belt Driven
- Ring Guard & Hand Guard
- Permanent lubricated carriage - ball bearing extra smooth quiet operation
- 2 Year Warranty
- Designed in Italy Manufactured in PRC
Blade Removal and Cleaning Steps:
Step 1 – On the back of the unit spin the black knob located at the back of the slicer behind the blade. This will detach the center blade cover. Remove this cover.
Step 2 – You will see three screws, remove these screws then carefully remove the blade (be very careful not to touch the sharp edges) You might want to use a knife to help slowly edge out the blade.
Step 3 – Once the blade is off you then have access to the full cutting area, guard and all components around the blade.
Step 4 - Clean the surrounding areas while the blade is off, once clean affix the blade carefully applying the steps above in reverse.