Commercial Meat & Deli Slicers

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With a wide variety of meat slicers that are perfect for anything from light to heavy use, we're your one-stop shop for all your restaurant meat slicer needs. Whether you need an entry level, mid-tier, or premium slicer, we have what you need. Choose from a manual or automatic deli meat slicer and from slicers with large or small blades to get the exact cut you want.

Slice deli meats, vegetables, and cheese more efficiently with heavy-duty commercial deli meat slicers. Because a commercial meat slicer can handle a variety of tasks - including slicing large chunks of cheeses, meat, bread, and even vegetables - it is an essential piece of equipment for delis and restaurants. These units will speed up carving and slicing jobs, increasing efficiency and freeing up staff time.

Get the best commercial meat slicers

Deli slicers are available in a wide variety of units - from light-duty units for entry-level use to versatile heavy duty models for the busiest foodservice outlets. Our professional meat slicers will deliver more even and consistent slices than most people can achieve by hand.

This enhances the speed of operations, saves costs, and increases yields from products. If you are wondering where to find the right restaurant meat slicer for your business, then you have come to the right place.

Automatic vs manual commercial meat slicer?

Commercial deli slicers are available in a wide variety - including both manual and automatic slicers. Manual slicers require that the chef or caterer moves the cutter back and forth in order to slicer products. These machines are popular with small delis, low-volume sandwich shops, and restaurants that need to a precise cut based on the menu requirement.

With an automatic commercial meat slicer unit, an electric motor does the job for you, reducing slicing time, labor, and the safety risks associated with manual units. Most high-traffic delis, grocery stores, and busy establishments prefer an automatic meat slicer model because it is ideal for bulk cutting work. Typically, an automatic deli slicer is more expensive than a manual one. Some commercial slicers may have an option to switch between the automatic and manual mode of operation.

Choosing a commercial slicer all narrows down to the product construction, blade size, unit horsepower, and transmission drive type.