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Cutting Machine

The Kronen KUJ HC-220 machine cubes, strips, and slice cuts fruit, vegetables, and other foods.

Kronen Kuj Hc 220 Cutting Machine

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The Kronen KUJ HC-220 cube, strip, and slice cutting machine offers a capacity of up to 17,600 lb per hr. The cutting machine is suitable for processing larger products with a diameter of 3½ to 8 2/3 in., such as celeriac, cabbage, bell peppers, or turnips, reducing the amount of pre-cutting required for many products. Its large funnel allows ergonomic filling using boxes up to almost 23 2/3-in. wide.

A large selection of available cutting inserts facilitates the production of extremely thin slices and strips, as well as fine cubes, while also guaranteeing an optimal cutting quality for large cutting sizes at the same time. The cutting inserts can be changed quickly using just a few tools. The cutting machine can be optionally equipped with a belt infeed and belt outfeed for continuous processing.

Due to its compact design, the machine has a low space requirement and can be flexibly integrated into the production environment and processing lines, which are available as an optional addition. As a result, the machine can be rapidly converted when the product is changed.

The accessible design of the machine guarantees easy maintenance, as well as quick, thorough cleaning and optimal hygiene.


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