For making hamburgers, veggie burgers, and crab cakes, the Univex 1405 PattyPress™ burger mold creates uniform, 5-inch-diameter patties and can accommodate 8 ounces of meat. When an operator pushes the handle all the way back, the press plate rises so meat is placed on the bottom plate, before the release button lowers the press plate back down onto the bottom plate. Operators can apply light pressure to the press plate by moving the pull handle forward. After pressing the patty, the handle can be returned to the rear to raise the press plate. Paper dividers are included, so users can stack burgers without meat sticking together, and an integrated divider holder keeps the sheets in close reach.
- Makes uniform, 5-in.-diameter patties
- Molds burgers that weigh as much as 8 oz.
- Move the handle all the way back, push the release button, and pull the handle forward for operation
- Built-in holder for paper dividers
- Includes 1,000 paper dividers
- Anodized aluminum construction
- Stainless steel finish resists rusting, denting, and scratching
- Overall dimensions: 9.75 in. W x 10.25 in. D x 10.38 in. H (16.25-in. D when the handle is pushed back and 13-in. H when the press is raised)
- cETLus listed; NSF certified
PattyPress™ Burger Mold, manual, 5", anodized aluminum body, stainless steel meat press bowl & ejector, includes supply of 1,000 divider sheets, NSF
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Univex 1405 SpecificationsPDF Spec Sheet
|Warranty||6-month Carry-in Parts & Labor|
|Product Type||Kitchen Tools & Supplies|
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Restaurant Owner said...
"The upper section moves up and slides sideways to allow ground meat to be placed in the bottom section. The clearance between the top section an..."
"The upper section moves up and slides sideways to allow ground meat to be placed in the bottom section. The clearance between the top section and bottom section is sufficient to avoid the meat being pushed off the bottom section when the upper section slides back to be positioned over the bottom section so that the meat can be pressed into a patty. We tried another machine from another maker and the clearance between the top and bottom sections was too low - the top section kept pushing the ground meat off the bottom section or pushed it to the side - to only way to use that machine was to preform (by hand) the patty before placing it in the bottom section to avoid the top section from contacting it while moving sideways over the bottom section - defeats the purpose of having a patty maker. Although we would have preferred a patty maker where the upper section simply moves up and down via a press handle like a citrus juicer, this machine does the job easily and efficiently, and that's all that really counts - the patties come out well."