The Berkel electric slicers
The innovative slicer
In 1922, when electricity began to be partially integrated with manual slicers, the First World War had just ended, during which Wihelmus Van Berkel, in a moment of full growth and expansion, decided to diversify his production and adapt it to the needs of the conflict: in addition to the highly sought-after slicers, high-precision commercial scales, lathes, mechanical tools in general, ship engines and even seaplanes and airplanes are produced. In the 1930s, the definitive encounter between the innovation of the electric motor and manual flywheel slicers took place.
Most of the electric slicers we propose are of the classic bright red color, but you can also find black ones, with or without pedestal and the latest models are even made entirely of a special aluminum alloy. The ability to renew itself over the years, through cutting-edge materials and tools, while maintaining the values of the past, makes Berkel a unique brand, whose priceless luxury enriches every home or professional activity that decides to welcome one of its products with class.