Commercial Bread Slicers

Bizerba now have Commercial Bread Slicers. Increasing the sectors we can now support. Taking the best industry know how and applying it. Firstly consider the history of the business. 150 Years in slicing and weighing.

Who uses Bizerba Commercial Bread Slicers.

Anyone that sells bread. Basically if you sell uncut loaves. There is a place in your business for this machine. You can visit any supermarket in the UK and you will see the Bread Slicer Agiloline B100.

Therefore why should you purchase one. Thousands of business’s across the UK can’t be wrong. Since the commercial bread slicer will quarter, half and slice any uncut loaf.

Furthermore it can cut through warm bread, soft bread and leaves no wastage at all.

Agiloline Commercial Bread Slicers.

Especially relevant are some of the most impressive highlights of the bread slicer are as follows. The unit has a self service programme. Keeping safety paramount. Ensuring the user is protected at all times. In addition uses a 250 volt AC plug. The system is used everywhere in the store.

Finally, oil free slicing. Preventing any germs or bacteria build up. This extends the shelf life and lends it self to easy cleaning.

In conclusion. You can download all the technical information and product information here. Agiloline Bread Slicer.

Best design and function.

To compliment the neutral colour design of the Agiloline B100 fits naturally into any environment. At the same time enhances the interior design of very tastefully equipped sales areas. With or without a stand.

It is a pleasure working with the commercial bread slicer. Thanks to superior design and high-quality material. Even hygienic cleaning in no time is extraordinary. The very best design and function.

This is true partnership.

Consequently high availability of valuable investments by means of preventative maintenance can be secured very easily, supported very effectively with the modular choice of service contracts.

Free Site Survey or Visit Us.Contact Bizerba today.

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