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combi cutter special offer

Contact our Sales Team on 01766 830 456 if you would like to take advantage of an offer

HALLDE CC-32S Combi Cutter
with free 2-pack of cutting tools worth £110

* * * Offer valid from 1st March - 31st August 2019 * * *

Processes 80 portions/day and 2 kg/minute
Duty cycle: 360kg per day
Bowl: 3 litres gross volume and 1.4 litres net volume

CC-32S is our entry-level combi cutter that is both a vegetable preparation machine and a vertical cutter. It is a table top model designed for small and mid-size kitchens.

  • Low weight and handles for easy mobility
  • Wide range of cutting tools that can slice, shred, grate, cut julienne and waffle vegetables, fruits, dry bread, cheese, nuts, mushrooms, etc.
  • The vertical cutting attachments can chop and grind meat, fish, vegetables, fruits, nuts, etc.
  • It blends and mixes all sorts of sauces, soups and dressings
  • Robustly built in ABS-plastic with an ergonomic user-friendly design
  • Designed for restaurants, kindergarten, care homes, canteens, hotels, catering and café/bars
  • 2 speeds, a patented three arm scraper system
  • Easy to clean – all loose parts and the cutting tools can be washed in a dishwasher
  • Cutting tools are made in stainless steel and can cut soft and hard products in every shape and size imaginable

Cutting tools included in offer are Slicer 4mm and Grater/Shredder 4mm


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