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16:26 Dec 15, 2010
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English to French translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering - Food & Drink
English term or phrase: hinge slicer
"Our products are sliced using either the band slicer or the hinge slicer"

For a bread maker. Maybe "trancheuse à charnière"?

Thanks for the help!
Daniel Bouchard
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Summary of reference entries provided
side hinge slicer
FX Fraipont

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Reference: side hinge slicer

Reference information:
793 Rotary Table Utility Slicer

Designed with simplicity and rugged durability in mind, the Model 793 Rotary Table Utility Slicer is a versatile machine for small to mid-sized bakeries. It has a 3-foot diameter turn table and a 5-1/2 inch wide conveyor. The 793 is available in two versions; a single-blade version (793A) for side-hinge slicing, or a dual-blade version (793B) with two opposing 12 inch blades for butterfly cutting. It is effective and economical at cutting product at up to 8,000 pieces per hour.

The Model 1097 Rotary Table Slicer is a larger version of the same machine, with a 4 foot diameter table, an 8 inch wide conveyor, and 14 inch blades.
http://www.ryanslicer.com/slicers.html

FX Fraipont
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