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Tried & Tested: Polar 115 X/XT

More robust with a new cutting system and clever networking capabilities, the X and XT represented a complete overhaul of the 115 range, says Jon Severs

CCM Premier

CCM Premier Guillotines were introduced to the market by Terry Cooper Services (TCS) in 1987. The firm has since installed more than 600 models in the UK. TCS managing director Chris Cooper explains: "When we introduced the CCM range, we already had extensive experience in the service and supply of guillotines. When the decision was taken to launch our own model, we cherry-picked the best features from other machines."

Polar 78 E

The term "industry standard" is often bandied about a little too freely and without the weight or substance to back up such a claim. However, with over 50% market share, it is a term that can be placed confidently with regard to the Polar range of guillotines. With a stronghold in the secondhand market, the Polar 78, now on its 10th generation, is an undoubted leader in its field.

Ideal 5221

German manufacturer Krug and Priester introduced the Ideal 5221 guillotine in 1985. It started manufacturing guillotines in the 1960s, entering the market with its Forte range. This had evolved into the Fortematic range by the 70s, with the advent of...

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