A running list of things we've acquired or found available for sale by Alard Equipment Corporation; used food processing and packaging equipment.

Alard Equipment Corporation, 6483 Lake Avenue, Williamson, New York 14589, 315-589-4511 (phone), 315-589-3871 (fax)

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Rotary CABBAGE CORING MACHINE, stainless steel, Y4942

all stainless steel.


An all-stainless steel ALARD-Smith four (4) head semi-automatic cabbage coring machine for coleslaw, sauerkraut and other fresh-cut processing applications. A head of cabbage is manually placed core-side up on the rotating table as a hold-down lowers to secure it in place while the coring blade routs out the core. The cored cabbage head is then ejected from the machine via the discharge.


  • Manufacturer rated for up to 28 heads per minute.

  • y4942b_crop_email.jpgStainless steel bearings and nickle plated main bearings.

  • Counter-clockwise rotating table with manual product placement.

  • Currently outfitted with standard sauerkraut core chopping blades or can be changed to arrowhead style coring blades for full core removal (e.g. for fresh cabbage processing).

  • All food grade stainless steel construction.

  • 1.5 HP stainless steel shrouded washdown motor.

  • Operator control box with ON/OFF switch.

  • 208 / 230 / 460 volt, set 230v 3 phase electrical input.

  • NEW!

As of this writing, this NEWly fabricated semi-automatic cabbage coring machineis in-stock, needing only to be fitted with coring blades to buyer specification prior to shipment.

CALL 315-589-4511 to confirm availability and discuss your industrial volume fresh-cut processing machine/ equipment needs.

ALARD item reference #: Y4942

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This page contains a single entry by Michael C. Shults, Alard Equipment Corp published on October 26, 2021 11:11 AM.

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