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B280 Blender

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Ceado frozen drinks blender Ceado The blender was completely redesigned to achieve perfect blends even during the most intense working moments. The powerful 1300W (1.8 hp) motor is controlled with the brand-new easy pad.
  • The easy pad allows you to simply touch and select the speed or pulse mode, with easier cleaning and less wear
  • The square 1.5L jug, reduces blending times. The stackable clear polycarbonate square jug makes the barman’s work easier
  • The yield and texture of the blend are optimised with the design of the new Dynamic Spin blades. Made of tempered stainless steel, they do not require sharpening, guaranteeing safe use and cleaning as well as increased durability
  • The new fastening system secures the pitcher quickly and simply, reducing noise and increasing the durability of the parts. In case of wear, the joints may be easily replaced, no technical assistance needed

D x W x H (mm)
WEIGHT (kgs)
B18116B181Yes0.9 ltr poly170 x 170 x 44020,000 / 24,000 3.54.5900409
B18016B180Yes0.9 ltr poly170 x 170 x 44020,000 / 24,0003.54.5900395
X18116X181Yes0.9 ltr st/st170 x 170 x 44020,000 / 24,0003.64.6900502
B18516B185Yes1.5 ltr poly170 x 170 x 46020,000 / 24,0003.94.8900422
X18516X185Yes1.5 ltr st/st170 x 170 x 46020,000 / 24,0003.94.8900520
B28016B280Yes1.5 ltr poly195 x 180 x 45018,000 / 28,0004.75.61300790
B28316B283Yes1.5 ltr poly195 x 180 x 4506,000 / 28,0004.95.813001,246
B28516B285Yes1.5 ltr poly195 x 220 x 4866,000 / 28,0008.49.613001,507
X18716X187Yes2.5 ltr st/st170 x 170 x 48020,000 / 24,00044.9900549
B181 Poly container1690317135
B180 Poly container169031581
B180/X181 Ice mover
Ceado Ice mover
X181 Stainless steel container1690316185
B185 Poly container1690312100
X185 Stainless steel container1690313235
B280/B283/B285 Poly container1690318181
X187 Stainless steel container1690314273

B280 Specification Sheet 2019

Ceado Bar Equipment Jan 2019

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