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Overview
SP-30HI Mixer

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Metcalfe Heavy Duty 30ltr Mixer Metcalfe
  • Heavy duty floor standing, gear driven planetary mixer with a powerful 3-speed transmission
  • Total bowl capacity: 30 litres
  • Fully integrated timer
  • Fully CE approved with an electrically interlocked bowl guard and bowl lift
  • Particularly suitable for bakeries, hotels, restaurants, canteens etc
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Specifications
MODELPRODUCT
CODE
BOWL SIZE
(ltrs)
DIMENSIONS
D x W x H (mm)
NET WEIGHT
(kgs)
MOTOR
(volt/phase)
POWER
(hp)
SPEED
(rpm)
PRICE
£
SP-30HI 1ph5M22330668 x 576 x 1172195220/240 / 1 193, 165 & 3194,217
SP-30HI 3ph5M23430668 x 576 x 1172195380/415 / 3 193, 165 & 3194,217
SP-40HI 1ph5M22040738 x 638 x 1316260 220/240 / 11.590, 161 & 2915,772
SP-40HI 3ph5M23140738 x 638 x 1316260 380/415 / 31.590, 161 & 2915,772
SP-60HI 1ph5M23060778 x 638 x 1316285 220/240 / 1373, 120 & 2677,855
SP-60HI 3ph5M22760778 x 638 x 1316285380/415 / 3373, 120 & 2677,855
SP-80HI 3ph5M240801088 x 788 x 1559400 380/415 / 3360, 106, 177 & 31117,750
Features
  • Heat treated hardened steel alloy gears, 25% thicker than the industry's leader
  • Abrasion resistant transmission design
  • Efficient, custom made, powerful motor
  • High torque transmission for heavy loads
  • Long lasting lubricant
  • Quiet operation
  • Stainless steel revolving safety guard with ingredient chute
  • Front mounted controls for easy access and operation
  • Supplied with bowl, beater, whisk, dough hook and attachment hub
  • Needs to be hard wired into an isolator
  • No-volt release
  • Emergency stop
  • Resettable thermal overload
  • This model is also available in 40, 60 and 80 litre capacities
  • Covered by Metcalfe 3 year warranty (1st year parts and labour, 2nd and 3rd years parts only) and full after sales service

Optional Extras

  • Half size conversion parts
  • Bowl trolley
  • VH-12 Mincer attachment, ideal for meat, fish and other foods. Supplied with a stainless steel feed pan, sausage filler and pusher
  • V99S Vegetable attachment has 8 plates to grate or shred all types of vegetables and fruit: Grating: 2mm, 3mm, 4mm, 7mm and 12mm. Slicing: 2mm, 3mm and 8mm
SP features

AccessoriesSP30 etc Accessories ImagesSP30 etc bowl scraper
ACCESSORYPRODUCT CODEPRICE £
Spare bowlSP30B1563
BeaterSP30B02256
WhiskSP30W1285
Dough hookSP30D1256
Bowl scraperSP30SCRP816
Trolley for bowlSPT09212
Conversion partsSP30C071,297
Attachments
VH12 ImageV99S Image

ATTACHMENTPRODUCT CODEPRICE
£
Veg prep attachment (V99S)
supplied with 8 cutting blades
SPV011,692
Mincer attachment (VH-12)
supplied with 6mm extrusion plate, filling tube and pusher
Dimensions (D x W x H) 223 x 106 x 226 mm
Weight 6kgs
SPM01631
Mincer 2mm extrusion plateSPM1697
Mincer 3mm extrusion plateSPM0897
Mincer 6mm extrusion plateSPM1597
Mincer 8mm extrusion plateSPM0997
Mixer Capacities
Mixer Capacities 2018

SP Mixer
Comparison Chart
Downloads

SP-30HI Instructions

SP-30HI Specification Sheet (1/20)

V99S Specification Sheet (5/18)

VH-12 Specification Sheet (9/19)

SP Mixer Comparison Chart (2020)

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