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Metcalfe 9ltr Planetary Mixer Metcalfe
  • Heavy duty, countertop, gear driven planetary mixer
  • Total bowl capacity of 9 ltrs
  • High torque, 650 Watts motor allows mixing of stiffer doughs and larger batches
  • Automatic electronic 10-speed control and digital timer
  • Fully CE approved with an electrically interlocked bowl guard and bowl lift
  • Particularly suitable for bakeries, hotels, restaurants, canteens etc.

Price & Spec
D x W x H (mm)
MP95MP99450 x 372 x 53820230 / 10.65 / 0.8710 variable:
  • Heavy duty 9ltr, countertop, planetary mixer
  • Particularly suitable for bakeries, hotels, restaurants, canteens etc
  • Easy to operate
  • Supplied with bowl, beater, whisk and dough hook
  • Supplied with a 13amp plug
  • Planetary mixing action and digital timer ensures perfect results
  • High torque, 650 Watts motor allows mixing of stiffer doughs and larger batches
  • Automatic electronic 10-speed control and digital timer
  • 10 Variable speeds from 181 rpm to 561 rpm
  • Non-stop shifting speed
  • Interlocking bowl guard and bowl lift
  • Perspex safety guard with ingredient chute and automatic shut-off when guard is opened at any speed
  • Overload protection (NVR device)
  • Long lasting lubricant providing abrasion resistant transmission
  • Transmission gears are made of heat treated, hardened steel
  • All metal and die-cast aluminium body
  • Quiet operation
  • Covered by Metcalfe 3 year warranty (1st year parts and labour, 2nd and 3rd years parts only) and full after sales service
  • Note: The minimum requirement for all electrical equipment’s correct operation is an air temperature of between +5℃ and +40℃. Mixers should not be operated in a cold store.
Beater MPD10-12-002103
Dough hook MPD10-12-003103
Whisk MPD10-12-004111
Items may differ slightly from those pictured
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MP9 Specification Sheet

MP9 User Instructions

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