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350 Series
350 Series Electric Slicer

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Edlund Food Slicer Edlund
  • Electric tomato slicer that also slices soft fruits and vegetables
  • Clean-cut uniform slices every time, even with overripe, soft tomatoes
  • High speed reciprocating stainless steel serrated blades cut cleanly with minimum pressure
  • Comes complete with two blade assemblies with stainless steel wash guards for safe cleaning of blade assembly
  • Easy to clean stainless steel construction
  • Additional blade and pusher inserts can be purchased separately for greater flexibility

Prices & Spec
D x W x H (mm)
356735001Electric food slicer (230v)
5mm (3/16") blade assembly
470 x 305 x 3688.711.34,381
354735301Electric food slicer (230v)
6.5mm (1/4") blade assembly
470 x 305 x 3688.711.34,381
358735501Electric food slicer (230v)
9.5mm (3/8") blade assembly
470 x 305 x 3688.711.34,381
356XL735701Electric food slicer (230v)
5mm (3/16") blade assembly
508 x 305 x 3689.312.24,794
354XL735801Electric food slicer (230v)
6.5mm (1/4") blade assembly
508 x 305 x 3689.312.24,586
358XL735901Electric food slicer (230v)
9.5mm (3/8") blade assembly
508 x 305 x 3689.312.24,586
Blade assembly with wash guard
5mm (3/16") slice (16)
Blade assembly with wash guard
6.5mm (1/4") slice (12)
Blade assembly with wash guard
9.5mm (3/8") slice (8)
Pusher assembly with plastic inserts
5mm (3/16") slice
7A1500 + 7P13681,084
Pusher assembly with plastic inserts
6.5mm (1/4") slice
7A1500 + 7PI0141,084
Pusher assembly with plastic inserts
9.5mm (3/8") slice
7A1500 + 7P13681,084

350 Series Slicer Pusher Assembly

View Product Demonstration

350 & 350XL Series Slicer Instructions (Rev C)

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