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AUTEC ASM865A – Norimaki machine – Maki Sushi


Item# : O030.ASM-865A

Discover the art of sushi-making with the ASM865A maki machine, a revolutionary innovation designed to simplify the maki-making process in restaurants. This machine combines artisanal precision with modern convenience, enabling chefs to create perfect sushi rolls in an instant.
The ASM865A is equipped with advanced features, with its automatic roll system guaranteeing even distribution of rice on the seaweed sheet, ensuring a homogeneous base for each roll. What’s more, the integrated pressing device creates ideal pressure to maintain the shape of the maki without crushing the delicate ingredients inside.
Easy adjustment of the roll size and the ability to set the rice density offer maximum flexibility to suit all culinary preferences.
Easy to clean and maintain, the ASM865A is designed to fit perfectly into the demanding environment of a restaurant kitchen. Its compact design and robust construction make it a valuable addition to any catering operation, optimizing the maki preparation process and freeing up time to focus on ingredient quality and culinary creativity.
Opt for efficiency without compromising on quality with the ASM865A maki machine.

Double rice sheet mode
Produces up to 1,300 sheets of rice per hour thanks to the automatic feed function.
Air-forming rollers
Newly-developed rollers imitate the quality of a rice sheet made by a sushi chef, with a perfect air/rice ratio.
Automatic feed function
Continuously produces perfect, evenly distributed rice sheets. The need to press the start button for each production run is eliminated because once you remove a rice sheet from the tray, the next rice sheet is produced automatically.
Dimensions: W 13.7″ x D 16.9″ x H 23.2″ (348 mm x 430 mm x 590 mm)
Weight: approx. 70.5 lbs (32 kg)
Hopper capacity: approx. 18.1 lbs (8.2 kg)
Output: up to 900 – 1 300 sheets/hour


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