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NS350AG

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Automatic Gravity Feed Slicers Metcalfe
  • Extra heavy duty, gear driven automatic slicer designed to cut large quantities of food
  • Designed to effortlessly handle heavy loads like bacon and large pieces of meat that might cause slipping and/or blade stoppage on a belt driven machine
  • Suited to large restaurants, supermarkets, delis, butchers and central production kitchens/canteens, where high volume slicing of a variety of meat types is required and precise control of the automatic slicing feature is necessary
  • Two independent motors (one for blade and one for carriage movement)
  • Can be used as a fully automatic slicer or switched to manual
  • Covered by Metcalfe 2 year warranty (1st year parts and labour, 2nd year parts only) and full after sales service
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SpecificationsNS350AG Dimensions 2016
MODEL PRODUCT
CODE
BLADE SIZE
(mm)
CUTTING CAPACITY
(mm)
MAX SLICE
THICKNESS (mm)
WEIGHT
(kgs)
MOTOR
(watts)
PRICE
£
NS300A 5S514N 300 215, 220 x 185 14 46 390 4,214
NS350A 5S515N 350 260, 210 x 275 13 50 570 5,475
NS350AG 5S516N 350 260, 210 x 275 13 50 570 6,032
FeaturesNS350A and NS350AG control panel
  • Simple, intuitive touch control panels allow for the selection of multiple slicing options
  • 3 carriage movement lengths can be selected
  • 3 carriage speed settings available to suite the delicacy of food being sliced
  • 3 blade speed settings available for accurate slicing and to suite hte delicacy of food being sliced
  • Optional slice counter available
  • Hollow ground chromed carbon steel blade
  • Easy set thickness control allows for precision slicing
  • Carriage slides on ball bearings for smooth carriage glide
  • Made from high polished, anodised food grade aluminium for durability and hygiene
  • Large base to ensure slicer has a large capacity to cope with large products
  • Ergonomic design with smooth rounded edges to allow for fast and easy cleaning and improved levels of hygiene
  • Fully interlocked and safe guarded for full compliance of CE legislation. This ensures all-round blade protection for ultimate user safety during cleaning
  • Built-in, self-aligning sharpening and de-burring unit
  • Table/carriage, blade cover, blade and sharpening unit are detachable for easy, safe cleaning
  • Transparent slicing guard to ensure ultimate user safety whilst slicing
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Optional Extras
ACCESSORYIMAGEPRICE
£
Special stainless steel handgrip 231
Stainless steel knife remover Stainless steel knife remover135
Stainless steel guard 79
Teflon coated parts
(special order item - see T&Cs)
567
Aluminium knobs kit 247
Product hold bar for gravity plate 135
Special arm (protected) 245
Plastic cover – medium 55
Serrated blade from 121
Slice counter
(for NS350A/NS350AG)
354
Painting customisation
(special order item - see T&Cs)
(example shown in red)

217
Plastic knife remover
(all 250/300/350 models)
no image available 96
Vegetable tube
(for NS300A/NS350A/NS350AG)
no image available 203
NS Slicer Comparison ChartDownloads

NS350AG Spec Sheet (3-19)

NS350AG Instructions (6-17)

NS Slicer Comparison Chart

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