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Bizerba A330 Slicer Blade - Hard Chrome

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Bizerba A330 Slicer Blade - Hard Chrome is Heat Treated with Patented Computer-Controlled Flame Hardening Process and Manufactured in ISO 9002 Certified Facility.

Features:
  • Bizerba A330 Slicer Blade - Hard Chrome
  • Heat Treated with Patented Computer-Controlled Flame Hardening Process
  • Manufactured in ISO 9002 Certified Facility
  • Made in Germany
  • Also fits in Models: G13, SE355, SE12, SE128, A330FB, A330, A400, A404 & 1994 and Newer Models SE8, SE12, SG8D, VS8, VS8D, VS8F, VS8A, VS12
Specifications:
  • Diameter: 13"
  • Mounting Holes: 4
  • 6-Month Warranty
  • Note: the picture above shows a similar blade that may slightly differ in appearance from what you order.
This slicer blade is precision manufactured by Grund and Bunse in an ISO 9002 Certified facility in Germany.  G&B uses a patented computer controlled flame hardening process to produce a knife that will last longer, and hold an edge longer than any other blade out there.  These are simply the best slicer blades in the World, and your Slicer will thank you!

Hard Chrome Vs. Stainless Steel
  • Stainless Steel Blades are most popular, need less care, but must be sharpened more frequently.  Recommended if regularly slicing acidic food such as tomatoes.
  • Hard Chrome Blades need slightly more care, but stay sharp longer
SKU G13 HC-A330
Weight 6.0000
UPC 84118500208
MFR # 60530101500
Brand Bizerba
Length 14
Width 14
Height 2

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