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This band saw model is for Professional use. Suitable for butcheries, fishshops, hotels/restaurants’ kitchens and supermarkets.
Used to cut both fresh and frozen meat/fish and bones.
Body in painted or anodized aluminium.
The strong carrying structure is smooth, without internal ribs, to clean it better and easily.

Blade length 1830 mm. Cutting height 260 mm. Cutting width 205 mm.
Painted aluminium. Three-phase electric motor V. 400/50 Hz. HP. 1,5. 1400 rpm.
Overall dimensions: mm. 540x470x890 (WxDxH) Weight abt. Kg. 40.
With stainless steel work surface.
With low voltage (24 V) electric panel and electro-magnetic brake.

Additional charges:
Single-phase electric motor variant
Anodized aluminium body variant
Microswitch and relay
Stainless steel portioning device
Polished aluminium meat pusher
Painted stand with 3 legs
Stainless steel stand with 4 legs
Swinging hopper complete with top self
Swedish temperated saw blade 1830 mm.
Cardboard packing with polystyrene on pallet

Product Specification/Models
Professional Band Saw mod. 2000

Application
Meat processing machinery – power tool

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Bone Band Saw Machine for professional use. Butchery Saws.

Suitable for meat and fish industry.
Used to cut both fresh and frozen meat/fish and bones.
Particularly suitable for extra UE countries.
Easy to clean and safe to use.

Blade length 2940 mm. Cutting height 400 mm. Cutting width 350 mm.
Three-phase electric motor V. 400/50 Hz. HP. 2. 1400 rpm. Driving belts.
Overall dimensions: mm. 980x750x1800 (WxDxH) Weight abt. Kg.170.
Painted aluminium head. Painted iron crankcase.
Stainless steel work surface, portioning device and sliding part.
Low voltage (24 V) electric panel.

Additional charges:
Single-phase electric motor variant
No sliding meat pusher variant
Swedish temperated saw blade 2940 mm.
Cardboard packing on pallet

Product Specification/Models
BAND SAWS mod. 380

Application
Butchery equipment – bone saw / bandsaw

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