Patty-O-Matic 330A Patty Machine

Availability: Ships Same Business Day
Shipping Weight:
241.00 LBS
Ship Dims:
32.00 x 45.00 x 32.00 (in)


330A Patty Machine


The 330A from Patty-O-Matic can produce between 1,800 -2,100 patties per hour, making it perfect for larger operations. The mold plate system allows you to change quickly between different sized and shaped patties. The patties are all uniform, which allows you to package them much more easily. The mold plates give you the ability to make a wide variety of diameters, shapes, and thicknesses. It has a double safety interlock to make sure you and your employees stay safe.


  • Stock unit comes with 3 to 1 mold plate. 5/8" inch thick and k.o cup
  • Stacks patties perfectly
  • Fits on a countertop
  • Easy assembly for cleanup
  • Automatically interleaves paper between patties
  • Cabinet made of Stainless Steel
  • Drive mechanism engineered for increased durability
  • Convenient attachment of connecting arm for quick & easy mold plate and spacer plate changes
  • Comes with mold plate of your choice
  • 1-Year parts warranty


  • Height - 25"
  • Depth - 30"
  • Width - 28"
  • 1,800 - 2,100 patties per hour
  • Up to 3/4" thickness in any shape, varied thicknesses up to 1-1/2"
  • Capable of molding up to 8 oz
  • Capable of molding almost any shape
  • 190 lb
  • 115 Volt, 1 Phase, 60 Cycle
  • Dadaux Minerva C/E653 Patty Former also available

**Due to the weight and/or the size of this product, a $150 freight surcharge may be added to your order for this item.

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