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Suprema Derby 350 Vacuum Packing Machine
ES9

was $5,392.20

$5,122.59 plus GST

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Estimated Delivery Time: 3 to 5 working days

Suprema Derby 350 Vacuum Packing Machine Stainless steel body Supplied with filling tiles/plates 1x350mm Sealing bar Analogic Vacuum Reader 10 working programs Chamber Dimensions: 360W x 405D x 175mmH Dimension: 435W x 520D x 450mmH/55kg Power: 12m3/h, 0.25kW, 0.35HP, 230V/1/50Hz

Vacuum preservation: the added BONUS of natural storage with the advantage of flexibility and control

The vacuum packers keeps all the functional and construction features of the SLAM with the added advantage of total flexibility for the vacuum preservation and control for more sophisticated and professional packaging.

Optional supplementary sealing bars can be added to the standard sealing bar, an inert gas injection kit can be included, and double sealing is an option, while the sophisticated digital control provides a real professional edge: as many as 10 preset programs can be stored, providing perfect control over sealing and cooling times and a precise reading of vacuum values.

Maximum efficiency and flexibility ensure professional packaging results with no margin for error.

Table top vacuum packing machines

  • Body and vacuum chamber made of stainless steel
  • Supplied with filling tiles
  • Very strong round shaped lid made of transparent methacrylate, with blocking system
  • Sealing bar on the pistons, easy to remove for cleaning, no loose electric cables
  • Low voltage controls
  • Analogic Vacuum Reader
  • 10 working programs

Technical Specifications

  • Sealing bar: 1x350 mm
  • Chamber: 360W x 405D x 175H mm
  • Vacuum pump: 12 m3/h (0,45 kW/HP 0,6) 
  • Power supply: V230/1/50 Hz – 10 Amp plug supplied
  • Weight: 55 kg 
  • Dimensions: 435W x 520D x 450mmH

About Suprema

A strongly traditional company founded in 1939, in Oggiona Santo Stefano outside Varese, Suprema first specialised in manufacturing balances, platform and balance scales, before moving into the more advanced electromechanical and electronic field, with particular reference to the national market of small retail stores. In the 2000s it acquired the Regina brand, which makes slicers, thus broadening its product range. In 2006 Suprema was acquired by La Minerva.

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