Slicer Offers Greater Productivity and Precision

Reduces downtime, maintenance, and total cost of operation

Gea Opti Slicer 6000

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Designed for smoother cutting, the GEA slicer has eye-level electronics and a clear-view operator panel that provides a high-definition window into the control system. Able be mirrored in left- and right-hand versions, the OptiSlicer 6000 operates at up to 1,500 rpm. The cross section, up to 500-mm wide x 200-mm high, simultaneously handles multiple product logs up to 1,850-mm long. An idle-cut rotor moves the blade, not the product, during idle cuts. An optional line control allows an authorized person to manage the whole line from any individual control panel. The slicer is intended for regularly shaped products, such as calibrated sausage, salami, cooked ham, and cheese, as well as difficult-to-slice products, without the need for crust freezing.


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