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Bench Mounted Potato Peelers

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EP10 & NA10 and EP15 & NA15 Peelers Metcalfe
  • The Metcalfe 10lb (4.5kg) and 15lb (6.8kg) potato peeling machines are constructed from food grade, non-corrosive aluminium alloy castings, with the spindle housing and chute cast integrally, eliminating joints and possible leakage
  • Available in grey hammer paint finish or in a natural aluminium, these peelers can be sinktop, pedestal or trolley mounted
  • The peelers comply with all relevant safety standards, and are designed for ease of maintenance and cleaning.
  • Metcalfe offer a comprehensive warranty and a responsive after sales service, catering for your every need

D x W x H (mm)
EP10 5P101 Hammer grey painted 4.5 576 x 339 x 365 medium duty 27/60 0.33 1,389
NA10 5P103 Natural aluminium 4.5 576 x 339 x 365 medium duty 27/60 0.33 1,494
EP15 5P151 Hammer grey painted 6.8 576 x 339 x 416 medium duty 30/66 0.33 1,708
NA15 5P153 Natural aluminium 6.8 576 x 339 x 416 medium duty 30/66 0.33 1,816

EP10 & NA10 Peeler

10lb peeler line drawing 2016

EP15 & NA15 Peeler

15lb peeler line drawing 2016

  • Constructed from food grade, non-corrosive, aluminium alloy castings
  • Spindle housing and chute cast integrally, eliminating joints and possible leakage
  • Available in grey hammer paint finish or in a natural aluminium
  • Pedestal is 90cm high, making the discharge chute 94cm (37") high
  • Sink-top/counter-top, pedestal or trolley mounted
  • Complies with all relevant safety standards and designed for ease of maintenance and cleaning
  • No lubrication is required. All bearings are grease packed and permanently sealed
  • V-belt driven for noiseless transmission, with provision for belt tensioning if required
  • Rotor plate coated on both sides, doubling its life. Fine grained abrasive for new potatoes on one side and coarse grained for old potatoes on the other
  • Inside wall of peeling chamber has patented cast-in abrasive serrations which dispenses with the need for abrasive coating. Consequently there is less potato loss during both peeling and boiling and the efficiency of the serrations will last the life of the machine
  • Spun lid removable without tools so that the rotor plate can be lifted out. Turn on water and the whole machine is flushed clean. Cleaning should be carried out on a daily basis
  • Water inlet. Hose union with nozzle and provision for fitting on either side
  • Water outlet. Tapped 1½" BSP ready for waste pipe to be connected. Provision for fitting on either side
10lb  15lb peeler features

Optional Extras

Guarded Discharge Chute

Protects the operator by allowing the door to the chamber to be opened which simultaneously stops hand access through the door aperture whilst the machine is working

Waste Disposal Adaptor

Waste pipe can be connected direct to the drain. Gives an additional water supply to the waste outlet to flush away the sludge. Water Byelaws Scheme approved product when connected to water header tank

External Interceptor

With tank and basket

Installation Kit

3ft length water inlet hose, tap connector, length of waste pipe, elbow, coupling and sink skip.
(Also available as separate items if required)


The type AA air gap tundish is fitted in place of the standard water inlet supplied with all Metcalfe peelers. The use of a tundish meets the requirements of water regulations G19.1, G19.3 & G19.4 contained in “The Water Supply Regulations 1999” and the “Water Byelaws 2000 (Scotland)”

Mobile trolley


Bench Peelers Accessories Images

Mobile Trolley9T21285
Guarded discharge chute painted finish9T1975
Guarded discharge chute stainless steel finish9T2484
Small external interceptor9T22170
Small waste disposal adaptor9T17122
Sink skipTS0680
Length of waste pipe, elbow and coupling9T1850
3ft. length water inlet hose and tap connector9P6433
Installation kit: 3ft length water inlet hose, tap connector,
length of waste pipe, elbow, coupling and sink skip
Type 'AA' air gap tundish9T2546

EP10 & NA10 Specification Sheet (03-19)

EP15 & NA15 Specification Sheet (01-20)

Bench Mounted Peeler Instructions (2017)

Bench Mounted Peeler Breakdown Drawing

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