Robot Coupe - R2BCLR - Commercial Food Processor w/ 3 Qt Bowl

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The Robot Coupe R2B CLR food processor is the perfect solution for those who crave high volume. 850 servings in 3 hours or less should be enough to satisfy even the most demanding need for fast, high-quality food prep! This 1 HP machine features a 3 Qt. clear polycarbonate bowl as well as a stainless steel smooth edge “S” blade for mixing, chopping, pureeing and blending anything your restaurant wants to cook. Need just a quick fix? The R2BCLR also features a pulse button for a short bursts of processing power. Optional fine and course serrated blades are available upon request. There isn’t much this commercial food processor can’t do!

Commercial Food Processor w/ 3 Qt Bowl Features

  • Commercial food processor
  • 8 11/16 in (W) x 16 9/16 in (H) x 11 in (D)
  • Prepares 850 servings in 3 hours
  • 3 quart clear polycarbonate bowl and lid
  • Clear polycarbonate bowl is better suited for hot liquids
  • Includes stainless steel S-blade
  • On/off and pulse switch
  • Single speed 1725 rpm, direct drive fan cooled motor
  • 120V/60Hz/1-Ph/7A
  • 1 year limited warranty
  • ETL, cETL and UL listed; NSF certified
  • Volts: 120
  • Amps: 7
  • Bowl Capacity: 3 qt
  • Continuous Feed: No
  • Discs Included: No Discs
  • Horsepower: 1 HP
  • Speed: 1 Speed

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  • Q:

    What is the difference between R2N and R2B?
    Asked on 6/14/2016 by Fred from MINNESOTA

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    • A:

      The Robot Coupe - R2N has continuous feed.

      Answered on 6/14/2016 by Community Answer from None
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      These are the same machine and the only difference is that the R2N comes with the continuous feed. If you need that attachment for your food processor go with the R2N, otherwise stick with the R2B.

      Answered on 6/15/2016 by Steve from Boulder
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