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Urschel GRL french fry cuttting machine, strip cutter, Y3480

URSCHEL MODEL GRL
FRENCH FRY CUTTER / STRIP CUTTER...

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An industrial high-capacity cutting machine designed specifically for strip cutting plain and crinkle cut potato strips / french fries, providing for longer cuts with greatly reduced fines.


FEATURES:

  • Manufacturer rates for potatoes up to 9 inches (230 mm) in length.

  • A two-dimensional cutter:
    • Slice thickness knob adjustable up to 9/16 inch (14.3mm).
    • Currently equipped with a 7/16 (11.1mm) inch crosscut knife spindle. Othercross cut spindles are available; --CALL ALARD at 315-589-4511 for current availability, and to dicuss your particular cutting specifications.

  • Aftermarket electrical control panel with safety interlock system, which cuts power to the machine if safety guards are removed.

  • Low maintanence, only two moving parts.

  • All stainless steel frame and shrouding.

  • New, dimpled surface, infeed chute.

  • "Urschalloy" slice shell and impeller.

  • 2 HP 3 phase drive.


As of this writing, this Urschel GRL potato strip cutting machine is in stock at Alard, in good operational condition, available for timely shipment.

CALL ALARD 315-589-4511 for current availability, and to discuss your particular industrial food process high-capacity fruit and vegetable cutting machine needs.

Alard item reference Y3480


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This page contains a single entry by Michael C. Shults, Alard Equipment Corp published on January 12, 2018 2:51 PM.

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