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The new standard for the high volume meat department

STAINLESS STEEL
16 INCH MEAT SAWS

DESCRIPTION:

The industry standard 16' power cutters feature all stainless steel unitized welded base structure, with aluminum head structure. A stainless steel head and door structure is available at extra cost.

APPLICATION:

Of proven design, durable and reliable, applicable to all small, medium and large supermarkets and small and medium meat plants

BENEFITS:

Unitized welded enclosed stainless steel base structure standard. True blade alignment allows excellent blade tracking, giving dependable straight cutting year after year.

SELECTIONS:

A broad range of right-hand feed and true left hand feed machines available; numerous configurations and optional equipment to select from to meet your requirements

FEATURES:

2HP and optional 3HP and 5HP motors and standard 3200 fpm or optional (no charge) 4000 fpm blade speed gives you the ability to choose the combination offering optimum productivity. Increased productivity with less effort means increased profit

Stainless steel base and tables and cast aluminum head stand up to heavy use and frequent wash down. Specify optional totally enclosed motor and watertight magnetic switch for a saw that thrives in the harshest environments.

Heavy duty construction including tapered roller bearing drive system and stainless steel construction means less repairs and lower repair costs. Lower cost of ownership gives higher return on investment

Power, durability and low maintenance make the 3334 the standard in meat saws for the retail grocery meat department

SPECIFICATIONS:

ELECTRICAL
3 HP, 2.2 Kw, 220 Volts, 60 Hz, 3 phase
1 phase and 50 Hertz options

CONSTRUCTION
Stainless steel base and tables
Cast aluminum head (stainless steel optional)

APPROVALS
USDA, CSA, UL, NSF

BLADE
0.022 (.5mm) 3 teeth/inch (8.5mm between teeth),
5/8" l24"(16mm X 3150mm)
4000 feet per minute (1219 meters per minute)

WEIGHT
470 Ibs. net, 510 Lbs. gross
214 Kg net, 232 Kg gross

 

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Last Update: 10/01/08