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Automatic industrial bread slicer MHS IDEAL SBT

automatic industrial bread slicer
automatic industrial bread slicer
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Characteristics

Operational mode
automatic
Power

1 kW (1.36 hp)

Description

Space-saving. Customer-friendly. Ideal. The MHS IDEAL SBT has all of the functions of the large IDEAL SB, but can save you space. Simply utilise the space beneath your bread cutting machine as before. • Easy operator guidance thanks to numbered steps • The highest level of safety • Service display on the rear • Automatic slice holders • Automatic bread gripper • Maximum slicing quality due to circular round blade cutting • Oil-free cutting, even of warm bread • Extraction tray with crumb slots • Quiet cutting - the MHS special blade prevents the generation of cutting noise right from the outset • Powerful blade drive with frequency converter • Tested safety (GS-tested) • Blade protection (optionally available) • Bag holder and clip retainer (optionally available) MAXIMUM HYGIENE DUE TO: • Stainless steel housing • Removable front cover for easy cleaning of blades and the cutting chamber without having to move the machine • Unique - only with MHS: Rear wall simply removable for even easier cleaning of the back cutting chamber • Functional parts easily accessible • Blade cleaning position • Hermetic encapsulation of the drive and electronics in the cutting chamber EFFICIENCY DUE TO: • Minimal gripper remainder • Extremely durable blade due to special coating and original MHS sharpening • Intuitive, straightforward operation without complicated menu guidance • Particularly easy cleaning • Low maintenance costs as particularly maintenance-friendly • Drive with frequency converter protects the mechanical parts (soft start-up, soft stop)

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