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ST500A Sycloid® Toaster

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  • The Sycloid® toaster produces over 500 slices per hour
  • It delivers excellent toasting results for bread up to 30mm thickness
  • Designed with “cool to touch” safe external touch temperatures and a lid locking latch
  • Intelligent energy efficient design
  • Speed controller allows adjustment of the toasting time to account for different types of bread to be toasted
  • The Sycloid® toaster produces a beautiful toasting result throughout the entire slice of bread
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Specifications
Sycloid Dimensions Drawing 2017
MODEL PRODUCT CODE COLOUR SLICES
PER HOUR
(up to)
DIMENSIONS
D x W x H (mm)
WEIGHT
(kgs)
ELECTRICAL
CONNECTION
(UK amp)
POWER
(watt)
PRICE
£
ST500A Sycloid Toaster 5RST500A Natural 500 596 x 412 x 421 23.8 13 2990 1,710
ST500AR Sycloid Toaster 5RST500AR Red 500 596 x 412 x 421 23.8 13 2990 1,874
ST500AB Sycloid Toaster 5RST500AB Natural 500 596 x 412 x 421 23.8 13 2990 1,874
Features
Sycloid Features 2017

Sycloid Features 2 2017

Sycloid Features 3 2017
  • The ST500A Sycloid® toaster is a 13amp machine producing over 500 slices per hour. Now available in red, black or natural colours
  • It delivers excellent toasting results for bread up to 30mm thickness. As most bread used in buffets is expected to be less than 20mm thickness, the Sycloid® is optimised to deliver its best result for bread of this thickness, but can accommodate slices up to 30mm
  • The new bun toast feature allows for toasting bun halves up to 30mm thick. The Sycloid balances heat to perfectly toast on the cut side - whilst warming the crown
  • Patron and staff safety is paramount and the Sycloid® toaster has been designed with “cool to touch” safe external touch temperatures and a lid locking latch
  • Intelligent energy efficient design – an automatic power-save mode conserves energy during quiet periods by scaling back energy consumption. The intelligent auto-sense feature detects when a new slice is placed in the machine and automatically prepares the machine to toast the bread. The heat setting in this mode is balanced and optimised to ensure quick recovery to ensure minimal user impact
  • A user-friendly and reliable speed controller allows adjustment of the toasting time to account for different types of bread or buns to be toasted. The knob setting lock feature allows staff to set the toasting speed, removing the risk of patrons altering the setting
  • Diners can easily see when their toast is ready from across the buffet with the stylishly sculpted toast return chute with LED lighting that provides easy and illuminated viewing of the toast holding bay. The wide opening of the bay allows easy access to toast, which the radiant heat from the elements helps to keep warm
  • Featuring robust stainless steel elements, the Sycloid® toaster also features a modern brushed stainless steel exterior, perfect for disguising finger prints on a machine expected to be heavily used. It also includes a slide-out crumb tray for every-day cleaning and a hinged top cover allowing easy access to clean the inside
  • The Sycloid® toaster produces a beautiful toasting result throughout the entire slice of bread
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