potato peelers

Bench Mounted Potato Peelers
Bench Mounted Potato Peelers
  • The Metcalfe medium duty 4.5kg (10lb) and 6.8kg (15lb) potato peelers are constructed from food grade, non-corrosive aluminium alloy castings, with the spindle housing and chute cast integrally, eliminating joints and possible leakage
  • Available in grey hammer paint finish or in a natural aluminium, these peelers can be sink-top/countertop, pedestal or trolley mounted
  • The peelers comply with all relevant safety standards, and are designed for ease of maintenance and cleaning
  • Metcalfe offer a comprehensive 1 year warranty and a responsive after sales service, catering for your every need
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Pedestal Potato Peelers
Pedestal Potato Peelers
  • The Metcalfe heavy duty 6.3kg (14lb) and 12.6kg (28lb) potato peelers have powerful direct gear drive motors with 0.5hp geared units.
  • Low or high (sink height) pedestal models available
  • Designed to enable the user to operate, clean and maintain with the minimum of effort
  • Metcalfe offer a comprehensive 1 year warranty and a responsive after sales service
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56SS Stainless Steel Potato Peeler
56SS Stainless Steel Potato Peeler
  • The extremely efficient and robust 56SS Peeler is designed for regular high volume use and enables up to 250kgs of potatoes to be prepared every hour.
  • Available in a choice of pedestal heights and with the option of an integrated filter basket
  • Its solid cast aluminium peeler plate, stainless steel chute and hopper, and tough door mechanism combine to offer a long maintenance-free service life
  • 1 year parts and labour warranty
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