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Skyfood 30 lb Manual Sausage Stuffer, Model# 15VF

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All stainless steel construction
Removable canister makes loading and cleaning fast and easy
Durable piston is fitted with a rubber gasket for a tight fit
Two speeds make for problem-free filling and stuffing
Comes with four stuffing tubes (1/2", 3/4", 1 and 1.5")
Sturdy base for tabletop operation
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Manufacturer Model #: 15VF

Easily turn your custom-ground ground beef, pork or chicken into professional quality sausage links with the help of this superb manual 30-pound capacity sausage stuffer from Skyfood (model 15VF). All you need to do is fit the appropriate stuffing tube with its sausage casing on the stuffer extrusion spout, then load your seasoned ground meat into the cylinder and turn the crank handle - this manual tool couldn't be easier. Constructed entirely of high grade stainless steel, this vertical stuffer features a ergonomically designed crank handle and two speeds to make your sausage production quick and efficient. Great for moderate volume commercial stuffing, the removable canister makes this stuffer easy to operate and clean. Included with this stuffer are four stuffing tubes; tubes measure 1/2", 3/4", 1" & 1.5". This device has a durable rubber gasket that guarantees a tight fit while the built in release valve removes excess air from the canister. If you have any questions about this outstanding product by Skyfood, please Contact us.
Easy to clean and service (hand-wash only)
Stainless steel stuffing tubes
Max capacity of 30 lbs
Stainless Steel
48 lbs
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90 day parts and labor in the Continental United States.
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    It Will Do The Trick, But It'S Flawed...

    Posted by James Naquin on Jun 15th 2016

    First off, I did charcuterie and sausage making professionally the last 4 years and now just as a hobby and I continue to teach classes. I bought this primarily for teaching. I used a 30# F. Dick stuffer during my time at the restaurant but I don't have that kind of coin to purchase my own hence, Skyfood. Designers of this machine, I hope you read this. Overall it does just what it is supposed to do. Here are the flaws: 1. The gasket that comes with it sucks. If you flip it over you get a good seal. Otherwise, meat comes up out of the sides of the press plate. A proper o-ring would fix that 2. The canister is mounted about 1.5" too high. It would make stuffing much easier if the stuffer tube were closer to the work surface. 3. This is the big one!!! The crank is on side of the machine instead of the back. I don't know which genius thinks this is a good idea but there must be a few because most stuffers have the crank on the side. I could rant about why this sucks for days!!! Put the crank on the back please. It will make stuffing much easier. Again, this is Chinese design versus German. You get what you pay for. $400 vs. $1800. Happy sausage making! James Naquin

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