Manual Soap Cutter Capacity

Question:

Soap Cutter Capacities

Answer:

Manual Soap Cutter™, generally cut blocks around 35 to 40 lbs (15.8 kg to 18.1 kg).

The size varies, due to the bar size and to the number of loaves but they average around 9 in x 9 in (23 cm x 23 cm), give or take an inch.

The maximum block that can be cut is 12” x 12”. (30.48 cm x 30.48 cm).

This is a very large block of soap and weighs about 60 lbs (27 kg).

Since the cut is made manually, we recommend staying around a 35 lb to 40 lb, (15.8 kg to 18.1 kg) block weight.

A major part of production efficiency is ease of use and of course, operable by anyone that may use the equipment.

Our soap making equipment is customized to fit to your soap cutting needs & bar size. This soap making equipment is standardized in overall size & general design for the best dollar valve, but allows us to customize your bar size, cutting frame & mold capacities.

You may also purchase extra cutting frames for these soap cutters to produce for example; sample bars, hotel sizes, special customer sizes, etc. Remember! You may be able using the same grids used for your standard bar size to cut samples or different sizes by just shifting the soap on the tables to different positions.