Berkel 823E Manual Gravity Feed Slicer - Belt Driven, 9" Blade, 1/4 HP
Ideal for Applications with Limited Counter Space
Manual Gravity Feed Slicer has a compact, space saving design. Belt driven. Slices up to 9/16" thick. Includes built-in, top-mounted, two-stone sharpener. Hollow ground, hardened and polished forged chromium-plated carbon steel knife. 9 " blade. Knife motor is completely enclosed and permanently lubricated.
Stainless steel finish with sanitary, anodized aluminum. Permanent tapered knife ring guard covers non-slicing portion of the knife, even when the sharpener and center plate are removed. Allows for more room behind the knife for easy and safe cleaning. Does not require disassembly or the use of tools for cleaning. Moisture protected on/off switch. Carriage handles food up to 71⁄8"Wx6"H or 6"Diam. ETL and NSF listed.
ONE YEAR PARTS AND LABOR WARRANTY
This Product Ranks 19 Out Of 54 In Commercial Meat Slicers.
WARNING: This product can expose you to Lead, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer/birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.p65warnings.ca.gov.
|Width:||19 1/3 "|
|Motor Type:||Belt driven|
|Thickness:||up to 9⁄16"|
|Catalog Page:||View on Catalog Page 127|
|Maxium Product Width:||7 1/2 "|
|Maximum Product Height:||6 "|
|Slice Size:||9/16 "|
|Usage Level:||Entry Level|
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the difference between the A and the E?
- E slicers have a smaller product carriage, can slice less/day, and have lower HP motors. A slicers have larger product carriages, more slicing hours/day, higher HP motors, and guage-plate interlock (829A).
What is the difference between the 823 and the 825 slicers?
- The 823 slicers have a 9" knife while the 825 slicers have a 10" knife.
How do I sharpen the blade?
- There is a top mounted, two stone, dual-action sharpening system for a lasting, razor-sharp edge.