Antique Meat Grinder?
Give your meat grinder a second round ...
We have all (yes, really all!) Parts to give your antique meat grinder a second round!
Look in the attic, market place or in the local thrift store and make your own minced meat, sausage, burgers and more. Almost all antique mills run on the Enterprise system.
This is also a handy tool, because for example Porkert, Alexanderwerk, and Jupiter use these measures. The Enterprise number of your mill is often cast in the neck, engraved on the back of the plate or on the knife.
The sizes of the Enterprise system:
|Mes Enterprise:||Boring worm:|
|Mes Enterprise 5||Square bore worm 8.8 mm|
|Mes Enterprise 7||Square bore worm 9.2 mm|
|Mes Enterprise 8||Square bore worm 10.4 mm|
|Mes Enterprise 10/12||Square bore worm 11.7 mm|
|Mes Enterprise 22||Square bore worm 13.6 mm|
|Mes Enterprise 32||Square bore worm 15.1 mm|
|Plate Enterprise:||Diameter plate:||Boring worm:|
|Plate Enterprise 5||53mm round||8.3 mm|
|Plate Enterprise 8||62mm round||9.7 mm|
|Plate Enterprise 10/12||70 mm round||10 mm|
|Plate Enterprise 22||83mm round||11.5 mm|
|Plate Enterprise 32||100 mm round||13.5 mm|
Give your antique meat grinder a big brush with hot water and a little soap. Then dry it well, give it a thin layer of sunflower oil. Then put in a new knife and a new plate, and you're done! You are now ready to make your own minced meat, sausage, burgers and more!
Among other things, these mills work with the Enterprise system:
- Alexander Work
- Westmark (note: sometimes a slight deviation)
Is your meat grinder not listed? Contact us, we are happy to help you!