Meat saws are either floor-standing or countertop machines that have a heavy-duty band saw which can cut through layers of unprocessed meat, sinew, and bone with ease. These machines are essential equipment if your business is processing large volumes of meat and cutting through tough sections to form more manageable cuts. Meat grinders are used for grinding down meat into mince and are usually either powered by a crank or by electricity. These machines are perfect for grinding down large volumes of meat and some models also feature a sausage attachment that can help you perform two functions with the same machine. Meat tenderizers are essential for preparing tough cuts of steak, chicken, and pork before cooking so that they are easier to cook and more palatable to the patron. These are available in both manual and electric varieties and depending on your usage, you can pick from either to make your meat products softer and easier to cut. If you’re thinking about manufacturing your own sausages in-house, a sausage stuffer would be an excellent addition to your range of kitchen machines. Available in both manual and automatic operation, Chef Buyer has an excellent selection of stuffers to choose from depending on the production volume and the skill of the operator. Sausage stuffers are heavy-duty kitchen equipment that can withstand years of use without wearing down and are an excellent investment to add homemade sausages to your menu. Commercial meat mixers are used for combining various types of mince into a homogeneous mixture that can be then used to make sausages, sausage patties, hamburgers, and mixed mince meats. They save you a lot of time and effort compared to manual mixing. Available in hand-cranked and electric models, commercial meat mixers can be an ideal resource saver for your establishment if you are mixing ground meats regularly. Shrimp cutters and deveiners are specialized appliances that are meant for processing shrimp and prawns. They are used to cut, devein, and butterfly shrimp at a quick pace and prepare them for cooking. The shrimp can be either fed directly into the machine or placed on to a feeder tray for automatic operation. If your establishment specializes in seafood, these appliances are an ideal solution for processing large volumes of shrimp to keep up with demand.