Waltons 30 lb Electric Sausage Stuffer

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  • Walton's 30lb Electric Stuffer
Now: $899.99
Was: $999.99
Availability: Currently Backordered
Shipping Weight:
52.00 LBS
Ship Dims:
15.00 x 33.50 x 19.00 (in)
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30lb E-Series Electric Stuffer

Walton's Inc

Walton's has spent over 2 years working with our manufacturer to create an Electric Sausage Stuffer that can run all types of sausages, including snack sticks! We are happy to announce we have finalized the design and production and will have them in stock this year! (2022)

The Walton's E-Series, 20 and 30 lb Sausage Stuffers are currently available for Pre-order on waltons.com at a discounted rate. We expect these stuffers to arrive mid-summer and will ship them out immediately. The advantage of buying now is that they likely won't be at this price point again for a long time.

The Walton's E-Series Sausage Stuffers come with 4 stuffing tubes from 13mm to 38mm, a foot pedal to operate the motor, all stainless steel construction, a drawer in the base to store tubes, and a manual handle if you want to hand crank. The 13mm tube will allow you to do snack stick-sized sausages. 21mm smoke collagens will slide right on, and 19mm are possible with a little effort. When using the Electric Motor for Snack Sticks we recommend between .75 and 1.5 liters of water per 25 lb batch.  The higher the water content the easier it will stuff, but the motor does have the power to stuff snack sticks with .75 liters of water, when using a pork meat block.  If you do use a binder, then Sure Gel is the only acceptable binder to be used. We do not approve using other binders, especially Soy Protein Blend, for making snack stick-sized casings with the Electric Motor.

The Electric Sausage Stuffer has sensors in the gear box that tell it when the piston is all the way down, or all the way up, so it will stop (when up) or reverse direction (when down). This is both for convenience and to protect the motor. The units will remove any guesswork with a label on the motor showing what speed setting is appropriate for the type of sausage. Each meat batch is slightly different, so will require experimentation on the user's part to find the perfect speed for stuffing.

Our stuffing tubes were redesigned specifically for this Sausage Stuffer. The angle of the slope allows for less pressure build up than the "bell"-shaped tubes.


  • 30 lb canister
  • All Stainless Steel Construction
  • Electric Motor
  • Foot Pedal
  • Built-in Circuit Protector
  • Piston markings show remaining amount in canister
  • Drawer in the base for storage
  • Strong plunger gasket
  • Air release valve
  • Runs for 1 hour with a 15 minute cooling period

Stuffing Tubes:

  • 13mm (initially, 12mm coming soon)
  • 16mm
  • 22mm
  • 38mm


Walton’s Meat Recipes

Find Walton’s Meat Recipes for snack sticks, summer sausage, jerky, hams, bacon, and many more delicious meat snacks in the Walton's Learning Center at Meatgistics: Walton's Online Community

Should you buy an Electric Sausage Stuffer?

Walton's Electric Sausage Stuffers can be a great tool in your home processing kitchen. By using a motor instead of having to hand crank the piston you can more easily make sausage by yourself! Because of the force that is required to push meat through the small stuffing tubes required for making snack sticks, the correct amount of water and additves must be used. If you are someone who does not add water to your meat as you are mixing and stuffing then an electric stuffer is not going to work for snack sticks for you! Also, remember that different meats have different water contents and densities, so proteins like pork will be much easier to stuff than denser proteins like beef, or elk.

Meat Processing FAQ - Answers for Issues or Questions

Do you have questions or issues with your sausage, jerky, or cured meat processing? Walton's and Meatgistics created an FAQ Processing Document that covers the most common issues with meat processing. We included the most likely causes of the issue and what can be done to fix it or prevent it from happening when you are processing in the future!

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