|Model||Length of bread||Bread / hr.||Power load|
|High speed slicer- 1.8||300-450 mm||1500- 3000||3.25 HP|
|High speed slicer- 1.3||200-325 mm||1500- 3000||3.25 HP|
|Medium Hi speed||150-300 mm||800 - 1200||2 HP|
|Slow speed slicer||100-250 mm||400 - 600||1 HP|
|Table top slicer||375 mm||240||0.3 HP|
|Bun Slicer||105 x 50||3000||0.5 HP|
1. Why would someone use a bread slicer?
Ans - The objective of a bread slicer is to cut a long piece of bread or toast into numerous, thin slices. High performance, long lasting.
2. A bread cutter can it cut bone?
Ans - They point out that it only has to be approximately 0.5 horsepower to slice bread, and Kat points out that it's unlikely to have the power required to cut through meat and bone. They also note out that it doesn't need to be that powerful to cut through bread. The slicer does cut through bread rather quickly and yields some lovely watermelon slices.
3. How does a bread slicer operate?
Ans - The slicer uses a gravity-feed technique to operate, applying pressure to the blades as a result of the weight of the bread inside. Between five and seven identical loaves can fit in the feed tube. To guarantee that each loaf is cut exactly and cleanly, they keep the loaves in position.