Phoeniks recently introduced one of its newest products: completely stainless steel slicers that come in both a semi-automatic model and a manual model.
“These are the only slicers on the market that are completely in stainless steel,” Jacques Morin, a member of the Phoeniks team, says.
Morin says that many slicers on the market are made of aluminium, which makes them harder to clean.
“Stainless steel is easier for operators to clean,” he added.
The manual slicers and the semi-automatic slicers are easy to clean as well as corrosion resistant as both slicers are watertight.
In addition, the manual slicers feature a flexible slicing carriage and a slice thickness regulator from 0mm to 20mm. They also come with an independent, automatic sharpener.
The semi-automatic slicers feature a driving carriage motor and are adjustable to perform 6 cycles to 45 cycles per minute.
These food slicers are capable of cutting dry ham and bacon among many other meats.