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EC20 Electric Chipper

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High Volume Chipper Metcalfe
  • Fully automatic, high volume chip cutter with the highest capacity available on the market
  • Large hopper with a capacity of 20kg
  • Production capacity of 25kg of chips per minute, with minimum waste
  • For use with peeled potatoes
  • Fully Interchangeable knife blocks available in variable chipping sizes from 10mm, 12mm, 14mm and 16mm
  • Long lasting and durable for use in the harshest of commercial food service environments
  • The hopper, knife block and rotary feed are all removable for easy cleaning without the need for complicated removal tools
  • Zero volt reset preventing unplanned start-ups
  • Safety interlocked hopper and knife block preventing unsafe use
  • CE & UKCA approved
  • Metcalfe 2 year warranty

Price & Spec
D x W x H (mm)
EC205EC22665 x 385 x 7002553230v, 50hz, 0.25hp,
0.18kW, 1ph

NOTE: The unit is not supplied with a knife assembly to enable you to choose your preferred chip size, therefore please order the knife block assembly according to the chip size you require. See options available under Accessories tab

  • Production capacity of over 25kgs of chips per minute, 192 rpm
  • Total capacity of 20kgs, including hopper
  • Interchangeable knife assembly offers a choice of four chip sizes: 10mm, 12mm, 14mm & 16mm
  • The unit is not supplied with a knife assembly, please select your preferred knife assembly/assemblies when ordering
  • For use with peeled potatoes
  • Vee belt drive pulley for reliability and strength
  • Manufactured from high grade 304 food safe stainless steel extending product life
  • Heavy duty machined components for longer product life
  • Thicker gauge material for a solid, more robust product
  • Hopper, knife assembly and rotary feed are all removable for easy cleaning without the need for complicated removal tools
  • All removable parts are dishwasher safe
  • Stainless steel hopper with built-in ingredient baffles allows free movement of potatoes
  • Zero volt reset preventing unplanned start-ups
  • Safety interlocked hopper and knife block preventing unsafe use
  • Emergency stop button, IP65 rated, preventing ingress of water
  • Hand screw locking mechanism ensuring a full stop occurs before access to rotating parts
  • Motor thermal protection preventing overheating and damage
  • Counter-top mounting or optional floor stand available
  • Non-slip feet preventing unwanted chipper movement
  • CE & UKCA approved
  • Proudly made in the UK
  • Covered by Metcalfe 2-year warranty and full after sales service
Floor Stand 5EC24 410
Floor Trolley 5EC25 450
10mm Knife Assembly9ECM01470
12mm Knife Assembly9ECM02470
14mm Knife Assembly9ECM03470
16mm Knife Assembly9ECM04470
10mm Set of Replacement Blades 9ECM05103
12mm Set of Replacement Blades 9ECM06 90
14mm/16mm Set of Replacement Blades 9ECM07 80
Replacement Chipping Blades (pack of 5)9ECM08 48
Replacement Chipping Blades (pack of 10)9ECM0990
Replacement Slicing Blade EC816 31


EC20 Specification Sheet (1-23)

EC20 User Instructions (8-23)

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