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Habwood – Very latest Sinmag slicer launched in the UK

07 May 2016

Habwood has just taken delivery of the Auto, the very latest slicer design from Sinmag, which is packed with innovative features normally only found on much more expensive machines. 

Visually, the Auto is the slicer that you won’t be embarrassed to display in your bakery. The stylish design and speed of operation will, if nothing else, entertain your customers. But it is the technical specifications that make the Auto such good value.

Simply load the loaf via a crumb proof flap at the back of the machine. A pressure adjustable arm automatically locates the loaf so that it is square to the cutting blades. Once aligned – an operation that takes just seconds – slicing is started automatically. For that final piece of showmanship, there is a bag blower that makes packing the sliced loaf so much easier than the old-fashioned struggle with a bag which is reluctant to open.

The Auto is floor mounted and measures 1100mm wide and 730mm deep and with adjustable blades giving a range of cutting widths from between 9mm and 14mm, it should be possible to satisfy the wishes of the fussiest customer. The price of the Auto, complete with the bag blower is just £2,800.

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