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ETL Series
ETL Series Manual Slicer

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Edlund Laser Tomato Slicer Edlund
  • The easiest, fastest and most advanced manual tomato slicer the industry has ever seen
  • The unique design allows easy slicing of even very ripe tomatoes
  • The exclusive staggered blade cartridge and self-lubricating pusher system guide tomatoes through the blades with minimum effort and ensures a perfectly sliced tomato every time
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Specifications
MODELPRODUCT
CODE
DESCRIPTIONDIMENSIONS
D x W x H (mm)
PACKED
WEIGHT (kgs)
PRICE
£
ETL-316730700Slicer with 5mm (3/16") blades477 x 305 x 2929 1,007
ETL-140730800Slicer with 6.5mm (1/4") blades477 x 305 x 2929 1,007
ETL-380730900Slicer with 9.5mm (3/8") blades477 x 305 x 2929 1,007
Features
  • Exclusive patent pending design
  • NSF certified
  • All stainless steel construction
  • Dishwasher safe
  • Entire unit fits in standard dish rack
  • Stainless steel blade cartridge removes easily without tools
  • Stainless steel wash guard protects operators from contact
    with sharp blades
  • Heavy duty suction cup feet keep unit in place

Accessories
ACCESSORY PRODUCT
CODE
PRICE
£
Blade assembly cartridge 5mm (3/16") 7AS018 240
Pusher assembly 5mm (3/16") 7AS031 263
Blade assembly cartridge 6.5mm (1/4") 7AS017 240
Pusher assembly 6.5mm (1/4") 7AS032 263
Blade assembly cartridge 9.5mm (3/8") 7AS019 240
Pusher assembly 9.5mm (3/8") 7AS033 263
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Downloads

Laser Tomato Slicer Spec Sheet

Laser Tomato Slicer User Instructions

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