3 Common Mistakes to Avoid When Buying Commercial Meat Slicer
For the best commercial meat slicers, look for precision cutting, strong performance and ease of operation. During the busy periods of your business or not-for-profit organisation, you want to rely on a commercial meat slicer that performs well all day and gives you complete control. We stock the following types of slicers that cover a suite of operations: belt-driven, gear-driven, vertical, semi-automatic, fully-automatic, and traditional/vintage.
Previously, we published our Top 5 Best Commercial Meat Slicers. We shared with our readers insights from our leading product range and its key features. Our slicers have common features, including inbuilt sharpening devices, robust construction for easy cleaning and safety features to ensure safe and efficient operation.
Our commercial automatic meat slicers will carefully slice and stack the product allowing you to continue working on other tasks. For those who want to maintain control over their slicing, our manual slicers will allow you to customise each slice to ensure tailor-made precision. For those wanting to add the traditional feel and theatre to slicing we have the vintage flywheel slicer and stand available in a range of colours to suit your look.
Here, we explain common mistakes to avoid when buying commercial meat slicers. All too often, our customers wish they had considered these factors prior to making the purchase. Have a read below and feel free to contact us to learn more.
3 Common Mistakes to Avoid When Buying Commercial Meat Slicers
1. Placing Cost Above Quality
Whilst cost tends to have a direct relationship with quality, a focus on cost alone should not be your only consideration. Many customers will opt for the cheaper product. Whilst all our products are high quality, different models do come at different prices. Each model has different features and will suit different customer requirements.
It is important that you check the features of the product before considering the price. For example, our fully-automatic slicer will save you time by stacking the sliced produce ready for display, whilst our superior Berkel meat slicers deliver perfected results by ensuring there is uniform slicing and reduced waste.
2. Little Research and Not Understanding of Your Requirements
Commercial kitchen equipment is an investment. Before making the purchase, ensure that you have assessed your needs, your goals and your budget. Understanding your requirements is essential. You might also need to consult with your team or the person who will be using the commercial meat slicer to understand their views and requirements. We stock many models, each serving a different purpose. Whether you are after high volume, manual or automatic operation or small-scale equipment, we have many options to choose from.
3. Short-Term Assessment
Many customers look at the short-term. However, our commercial meat slicers last a long time, provided it is appropriately serviced in accordance with the manufacturer’s specifications. When undertaking your research, consider the future needs of your organisation. If you are considering an expansion, you might want to select a larger model that can cope with higher volumes of production.
If you are looking for the best commercial meat slicers in 2023, visit Brice Australia and browse our complete range. From belt and gear-driven slicers to fully automatic slicers, we stock some of the best meat slicers sourced from reputable European manufacturers. With high-performance motors and rigid construction, you will be pleased to know that you are investing in a slicer from a company in Australia that has been supporting Australia’s food and hospitality industry for 80+ years.
To help with your experience, we have an online enquiry cart that will help you have discussions with our sales team. Choose which items you want to enquire about, submit the form, and someone will be in touch with you to discuss your options. Alternatively, you can visit our store or contact us on 1300 664 880.
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