This grinding plate 3 mm is of a robust Czech quality is ideal for fine sausages, minced meat, and pâté. For meat grinders no. 8
About this grinding plate 3 mm for meat grinders no.8
A meat grinder plate is a circular metal part attached to the worm of the grinder through which meat passes after being ground, shaping the sausage. They can be used to determine how the subsequent consistency of the meat mass should be. There are very coarse meat grinder plates, with which you can make large quantities of coarse sausage, and fine meat grinder plates, which make the meat particularly tender and soft.
Choosing the right meat grinder plate depends not only on your own wishes but also on the meat grinder you own. We have a wide range of different meat grinder plates for sale. We also sell the Porkert meat grinder in sizes 8 and 10. The standard Porkert meat grinder comes with a standard 4,5 mm plate.
So if you are advanced enough to start experimenting with different plate sizes, we can offer the following options:
- 3 mm – fine plate for fine sausages, minced meat, pâté, and more (for meat grinders no.8).
- 6 mm – medium-coarse plate for sausage, coarse mince, coarse pate. Wide application. (for meat grinders no.8 and no. 10)
- 8 mm – coarse plate for sausage, coarsely minced meat, coarse pate (for meat grinders no.8 and no. 10).
How to maintain your grinding plate 3 mm
Always try to get your plate and knife together and combine as few different knives and plates as possible. After washing let it dry very well before storing. Lubricate with some oil if necessary.
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