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Slicers

There are many varieties of slicers built for different uses and production volume. Are you relying on the slicer to make sandwiches all day or does your establishment need one for occasional use? Consider this when you decide the size and power needed for your slicers. You have options including economy, moderate and premium slicers that could suit your needs.

Prepping a ton of vegetables? Consider vegetable slicers or choppers to make your teams life easier!

Meet and Cheese Slicers come with blades in 9' to 14" diameter and many different power levels. Make sure you are selecting the right size for the products you are slicing. In this case, bigger is better.

If you are planning on slicing cheese, get a more powerful model of cheese slicer. The tacky surface of cheese means you need more power to cleanly slice cheese.

ACityDiscount has a wide variety of new and used deli meat slicers, cheese slicers, vegetable slicers or bread slicers. We offer new products from top foodservice manufacturers. Select from programmable slicers, automatic slicers, and manual slicers with gravity feed.

     
Vegetable Slicers

Vegetable Slicers

Meat Slicers

Meat Slicers

Slicer Attachments & Replacement Blades

Slicer Attachments & Replacement Blades

Manual Slicers

Manual Slicers

Mandoline Slicer

Mandoline Slicer

Automatic Slicers

Automatic Slicers

Bread Slicers

Bread Slicers


Tips from the Experts: "If your slicer will be slicing large amounts of cheese, it is important you get a higher horsepower machine that is intended for cutting cheese. Lower horsepower machines are not intended to work that hard, and from time to time, cutting cheese on one can void the warranty."

A good slicer in an indispensable tool. Keeping your line stocked is a priority. This helps you easily create delicious food or fill orders for customers taking deli products home.

What is the lifespan of a slicer?

The life expectancy for a slicer is highly dependent on the type and amount of usage, but generally the average lifespan of a slicer in a busy kitchen is less than 5 years.