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NSV300 Slicer

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Medium Duty Vertical Slicer Metcalfe
  • High quality, vertical slicer
  • Designed for light to medium duty usage. Ideally suited to smaller shops, delis, cafes restaurants and small school kitchens
  • Large product support surface and high side walls are ideal for slicing fresh meat and ham
  • Ideal for precision slicing and delicate meats
  • Covered by Metcalfe 2 year warranty (1st year parts and labour, 2nd year parts only) and full after sales service

Price & SpecNSV300 Dimensions 2016
D x W x H (mm)
NSV2505S517N 250 ● 185, □ 185 x 230 13 640 x 710 x 490 21 180 1,614
NSV300 5S518N 300 ● 205, □ 205 x 230 13 640 x 710 x 490 23 180 2,021
NSV3505S519N 350 ● 260, □ 260 x 310 16 790 x 890 x 640 47 370 3,674
  • Hollow ground chromed carbon steel blade
  • Powerful twin poly ‘V’ belt driven transmission gives a smooth cutting action and silent running
  • Easy set thickness control allows for precision slicing
  • Built-in sharpening unit
  • Carriage slides on ball bearings for smooth carriage glide
  • Anodised aluminium body is hygienic and durable
  • Entirely detachable for easy cleaning
  • CE approved Why buy Metcalfe Slicers 1Optional Extras
    Stainless steel knife remover


    Stainless steel knife remover
    Plastic knife remover
    (included with this model)


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    Stainless steel guard


    Teflon coated parts
    (special order item - see T&Cs)


    Aluminium knobs kit


    Special arm (protected)


    Plastic cover – small


    Serrated blade


    Painting customisation
    (special order item - see T&Cs)
    (example shown in red)


    Colour options
    NS Slicer Comparison ChartResources

    NS Slicer Comparison Chart (4/23)

    NS Slicer Optional Extras Chart (4/24)

    NSV300 Specification Sheet (3-21)

    NSV250 & NSV300 User Instructions (3-21)

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