2D Dicer

Designed for continuous operation, the Urschel M VersaPro (MVP) 2D dicer is simple to operate at the push of a button.

Urschel Mvp 2 D Dicer

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The Urschel M VersaPro (MVP) 2D dicer excels in the processing of meat, poultry, and alternative proteins. The machine provides a sanitary design and versatile cutting of all types of protein.

The MVP offers 33% increased feeding capacity versus the standard M6 due to wider belts, optimized cutting, and increased horsepower. The belt-fed MVP delivers 2-dimensional dices, strips, or shreds from product of a predetermined thickness.

Wider 12-in. infeed and takeaway belts work together to provide even transitioning of product and the prevention of product buildup. The takeaway belt facilitates discharging into totes. The dicer features stainless-steel construction throughout. Hinged panels provide easy and complete access to promote sanitation and ease of maintenance without having to rest any panels on the production floor.

A patented, fluted crosscut option provides gentler cutting action. A deeper circular knife to feed drum penetration produces an improved cutting method. The crosscut is driven by a 5 hp (3.7 kW) motor equipped with a variable-frequency drive to allow adjustment of the cut size without the additional expense of changing parts. Other active cutting components are driven by a 5 or 7.5 hp (3.7 or 5.6 kW) motor.

An optional intuitive touchscreen HMI gathers data; monitors machine components, including sensors and amperage; adjusts operating speeds; and saves recipes. The touchscreen swivels for full visibility.

The IP69K-certified electrical enclosure features a double-sealed door for extra protection during washdowns. The mechanical zone is isolated from the product zone to promote sanitation.

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