Onigiri Maker ASM545A
Rice Ball machine
Compact yet carries the same abilities as the larger machines and eliminates labor intensive and time-consuming work!
- Up to 1,950 onigiri rice balls produced per hour.
- Easily change sizes of Onigiri and Spam rice balls with optional forming rollers.
- Easily switch between “Multiple Forming Mode” or “Single Forming Mode”
Weight : 50.71 LBS
Dimension : W12.2"XD19.6”XH27.6"
Capacity/Ability : Up to 1950 Onigiri rice balls / 5200 Makunouchi rice balls / hr
Hopper Capacity : Approx. 18.1 lbs
Onigiri (also referred to as omusubi or rice ball in English) literally translates to “firmly hold.” The word describes the procedure of making an onigiri which is by grasping rice firmly to make a rice ball. The standard form of onigiri that originated in 1885 Japan, contains a handful of plain short grain rice filled with pickled Japanese plum (ume) wrapped in dried seaweed. Modernized versions of onigiri vary in rice mixture, shapes, sizes, fillings and wrappings. In Japan, onigiri is a lunchbox staple much like the sandwich is to the western world.
Forms two types of rice balls: Onigiri and Spam
Easily switch between the two by simply changing the forming rollers.
Rice ball size options
Single / Multi forming mode
Dispenses a single or multiple rice balls onto the turntable.
Automatically halts operation when the
turntable is full and resumes when the rice ball is removed.
Controls the density of a rice ball by specifying the rice volume from 0 - 10.
Various sizes of forming rollers available
depending on your needs.
Power Supply AC120V, 60 Hz
Power Consumption 165W
Production Rate Onigiri: 1300 - 1950 pcs. per hour
Makunouchi: 1625 - 5200 pcs. per hour
Production Rate Size of Onigiri and Makunouchi rice balls
can be changed by switching forming rollers.
» Please see the Guide above.
Hopper Capacity Approx. 16.5 lbs. (7.5kg)
Weight Approx. 55.1lbs.
Exterior Dimensions W 12.2” x D 19.6” x H 27.6”
(W 310mm x D498mm x H701mm)