Globe - 3600NF - 13 in Heavy Duty Manual Frozen Meat Slicer

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  • Premium heavy duty frozen meat slicer
  • 26.7 in (L) x 23 in (W) x 20.9 in (H) overall dimensions
  • 14 in (D) x 21.6 in (W) footprint dimensions
  • 7.5 in (Diam) x 11.6 in (W) x 9 in (H) max cutting capacity
  • 1 1/4 in maximum slice thickness
  • 115V/60Hz/7A, 1-Ph, 1/2 HP
  • 7 ft power cable with molded NEMA 5-15P
  • Stainless steel construction
  • 13 in (Diam) PreciseEdge hardend steel alloy serrated blade
  • 12 in (L) chute with 3 lb stainless steel end weight
  • 45° angle gravity fed carriage
  • 2° angled drip groove on slicer table
  • Touchpad controls
  • Manual operation
  • High-torque bronze gear-driven system
  • Permanent knife blade ring guard, removable cover and deflector
  • Includes removable, dishwasher safe BPA free top-mounting knife cover
  • Precise slice thickness adjustment and one-piece handle
  • No voltage release prevents inadvertent reactivation of slicer
  • Ergonomic low-profile design reduces fatigue
  • Heavy duty slicer may be used all day
  • ETL listed
  • NSF certified
  • Made in USA
  • 2 year parts, 1 year labor warranty
  • 15 year warranty on knife drive gears

  • Control: Manual
  • Power: Gear Driven
  • Speed: Manual
  • Blade Diameter: 13 in

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  • Q:

    frozen meat ???
    perfect frozen meat or half frozen meat
    usually half frozen meat we slice
    sometimes we totally frozen meat we cant slice
    this machine is frozen meat slice mean what is that ?????
    Asked on 8/29/2015 by ryan from michigan

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    • Staff Reviewer


      This is a Heavy Duty Meat Slicer and should be perfect for what you are trying to describe. Meat is generally easier to slice when frozen or partially frozen, just be sure to not go to fast to ensure quality slices.

      Answered on 8/31/2015 by Chris from Boulder
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