Available from our Spares Department
Freddy Hirsch bandsaws are designed to process a variety of meat and bones of different sizes.
The tilt function of the sliding table enables the table to be cleaned without removing it and will eliminate issues experienced by the end users where tables are lost and cannot be refitted correctly.
The table has been re-designed and is no longer removable. The table can be removed by undoing 4 bolts. Extra reinforcing bends have been added to the table which will ensure that the table remains rigid and stable throughout.
The previous intricate front scraper assembly has been replaced with a new guide block system with a streamlined function. The lower brass and nylon guide blocks are now assembled together with the lower blade guide bearing in a manner that makes maintenance simpler and more efficient, as well as improving functionality and performance. This improvement will prevent the saw from being operated without the bottom scraper bearing, which is intended to limit the blades from travelling too deep into the brass guide and ensures that the blades last longer.
The new Teflon scraper system simplifies field replacement of the scrapers, eliminating the need to remove the entire scraper holder.
The bracket assembly has been engineered to stop 5mm away from the blade (minimum cut thickness).
Top wheel bearings have been upgraded to a full stainless steel bearing to better handle the rigorous demands of a busy butchery.
The interference of the carrier bar and thumb guard has been addressed.
The ergonomics of the thumb guard has been improved incorporating a grip plate to make the operation thereof more practical and comfortable for the operator.
Power switches have been relocated to the front of the bandsaw for improved operator ergonomics. The switch box has also been enclosed in a stainless steel enclosure to better handle the rigorous demands of a busy butchery.
Freddy Hirsch bandsaw was designed with safety in mind and now complies with leading European Standards for safety and operation.