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ARC Series Manual Slicer

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Edlund Fruit & Vegetable Slicer Edlund
  • Edlund introduces the first slicer that can cut through hard products like onions and potatoes with ease and slice very ripe tomatoes even better
  • With the exclusive patent-pending design you never have to place the product directly on the blades. The unique pusher/hopper allows safe and perfect positioning of the product to be sliced, as well as for loading smaller soft products like strawberries for faster bulk slicing
  • The quick change pusher assembly and blade cartridge with wash guard provide lightening fast changes for the different thicknesses required and ensure safe handling.

D x W x H (mm)
WEIGHT (kgs)
ARC-136730100 Slicer with 5mm (3/16") blades 510 x 240 x 660 14.51,687
ARC-125730200 Slicer with 6.5mm (1/4") blades 510 x 240 x 660 14.51,687
ARC-138730300 Slicer with 9.5mm (3/8") blades 510 x 240 x 660 14.51,687
ARC XL-136730400 XL Slicer with 5mm (3/16") blades 590 x 240 x 740 20 2,517
ARC XL-125730500 XL Slicer with 6.5mm (1/4") blades 590 x 240 x 740 20 2,517
ARC XL-138730600 XL Slicer with 9.5mm (3/8") blades 590 x 240 x 740 20 2,517
  • Exclusive Patent Pending design
  • NSF certified
  • All stainless steel construction
  • Dishwasher safe (fits in flight type dishwasher)
  • Instantly convert between 5mm (3/16"), 6.5mm (1/4") and 9.5mm (3/8") sizes by changing pusher and blade assemblies
  • Snap-in stainless steel blade cartridge removes easily without tools
  • Cartridge wash guard protects operator from cuts
  • Ergonomic two handed design for easier slicing
  • Front load design accepts 1/2 and full pans up to 4" high
ARC features

Blade assembly cartridge 5mm (3/16") 7AS014 501
Pusher assembly 5mm (3/16") 7AS020 434
Blade assembly cartridge 6.5mm (1/4") 7AS015 501
Pusher assembly 6.5mm (1/4") 7AS021 434
Blade assembly cartridge 9.5mm (3/8") 7AS016 501
Pusher assembly 9.5mm (3/8") 7AS022 434
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