Berkel for over 100 years has developed high quality equipment for chefs that have excellent results. It has more than 100 locations and 1,500 service technicians in its factories in the US and Canada. The unique combination of innovation and experience has become synonymous with its slicers and its vacuum packaging equipment. So you can maximize your time in the kitchen. Berkel is associated with Vulcan Food Equipment Group and is a division of the ITW Food Equipment Group.
All this success began in 1898 when Van Berkel, a butcher in Rotterdam, Holland, invented a way to cut meat to serve his customers easier. This is how the world's first meat slicing machine was created. Changing the way of cutting and revolutionizing the way meat is prepared. By 1907 Berkel machines were already used in England, Belgium, France, Russia, China, Mexico and Canada.
By 1909 they began distributing the first American machines at the Slicing Machine Company in Chicago, IL. Six years later, the company had grown so much that it exceeded its space and built a new factory in LaPorte, IN. and finally they changed their name to Berkel, Incorporated and moved to what is now their current location in Troy, OH.
- Extraordinary performance thanks to professional features
- Special aluminium alloy structure
- Chromed steel blade with professional profile
- Built-in millimetre slice thickness adjustment system
- Professional meat table with automatic release system
- Built-in sharpener
- Plentiful space to facilitate deep cleaning
Professional delivery is available for every product we sell. We would be happy to coordinate delivery for you.
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