CHARD MM-102 Meat Mixer with Stainless Steel Hopper, 20 lbs.

August 29, 2017 - Comment

The CHARD 20 lb. Meat Mixer is an essential tool for mixing multiple pound batches of sausage, jerky or other seasoned ground meat. The stainless-steel hopper has a 20-lb. capacity and the mixing blades are designed to fold the mix into itself which ensures that the seasoning is blended thoroughly and evenly for a consistent

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The CHARD 20 lb. Meat Mixer is an essential tool for mixing multiple pound batches of sausage, jerky or other seasoned ground meat. The stainless-steel hopper has a 20-lb. capacity and the mixing blades are designed to fold the mix into itself which ensures that the seasoning is blended thoroughly and evenly for a consistent taste. The acrylic hopper cover has a convenient slot that allows the user to safely add spices while mixing. The long-lasting poly handle won’t split or splinter like wood and is removable for convenient storage. Non-skid rubber foot pads keep the stainless-steel hopper in place and provide a stable surface while mixing. Mixer disassembles for quick and easy clean up. CHARD Products put you in control with a little help from the right tools. From meat processing, to outdoor cooking, to simple food preparation, we help you Make It Yours.

Product Features

  • 20 lb. Hopper capacity
  • Stainless Steel Body and removable Mixing Blades
  • Die Cast Crank with Poly Handle
  • Brass Bushings for Blade Shaft
  • Disassembles for easy clean up

Comments

Dallas Heikkinen says:

and also keep hands nice and warm not at 34 degrees F Every month we use 30 Lbs. of meat for meatballs, since this mixer is rated at 20 Lbs did 10 Lbs of meat at a time plus 5 Lbs of other ingredients. Saw this as away to mix the meat and keep hands out of the process, and also keep hands nice and warm not at 34 degrees F. The machine works well for keeping hands out, but to get a good mix requires many turns of the crank, more mixing than I would want for tender meatballs. As your turning there also seems to be some metal wear on where the crank…

Mathew M. says:

You get what you pay for. I was half way through making 20lbs of sausage and the handle just started spinning. The brass connector on the handle became stripped out and was shaving metal into my sausage. I had to throw away a couple of pounds.

Scott Bledsoe says:

A good product. When you have a larger load of … A good product. When you have a larger load of meat in it you must begin cranking the handle slowly or else you will get a little slippage, but other than that it works great.

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