1. Industrial frozen meat grinder adopts high quality stainless steel as the materials. It is rational designed and easy to clean.
2. It completely is accord with the HACCP standard.
3. Bigger leading and input part makes the material in-out easy and smooth.
4. The production ability is 1000kg/H.
5. It can directly mince raw meat such as frozen and fresh meat into different size of granules.
1.Good universality, wide application range.
2.With meat functions, time saving, preservation, shelf life.
3.Good cutting process with short time, low temperature rise, conducive to the preservation, prolong the retention period.
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