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Rex Burger & Meatball Machine - UFM300-6

Code: UFM300-6
Item in Stock   |   Usually dispatched within 24 hours
  • External Dimensions see diagrams
  • Portions per minute Up to Max.150 (depending on size)
  • Burger Sizes 50 to 100mm (fixed) in 10mm increments
  • Meatball Sizes 20 to 60mm (fixed)
  • Conveyor Belt Size 1260 x 320mm
  • Supply Voltage 230V + PE
  • Compressed Air Consumption 2m3h, 6 bar
  • Water Consumption 0.5l/min, only drinking water
  • Net Weight 260kg
  • Optional Extras Texture roller, UV sterilisation, adapter to attached to other brand vacuum filler
  • Other Products Required Vacuum filler, compressed air

The REX UFM300-6 universal forming machine is a combination machine allowing homemade burger and meatballs to be made of the same machine by way of changing the forming head. The modular structure enables a wide variety of products to be processed and shaped in a simple and economical way.

The new hamburger machine is the optimal machine-based solution for producing hamburgers using low-pressure process. The pneumatic form cutter cuts the burger portions and places them onto the conveyor belt, the burgers are then pressed into perfect homemade burgers via the form belt with optimal dimensional stability. The water spraying unit prevents the product sticking to the blade or conveyor belts.

An optional texture roller can be fitted to the end of the conveyor belt which imprints texture on the the top of the burgers.

The REX UFM300-6 forming machine has the ability to convert the form cutter for meatball production, the form roller head is able to shape single rows of beautifully round meatballs. These form rollers are available in various different diameters for a range of meatball sizes. Meatballs can be produced from meat, potato, vegetables, bread and other food products. 

An optional UV sterilisation unit can be fitted to the conveyor belt which guarantees the highest possible level of bacterial eradication thus enhancing hygiene standards, giving the machine suitability in high risk environments.