The DICECUT® 506 is „the big brother“ of the DICECUT® 502, and has with its max cutting room dimension of 630 x 240 x 1100 mm (24 ¾“ x 9 ½“ x 43 ¼“) besides the processing of standard blocks also the ability to cut plate freezer blocks which are  up to 1000 x 600 x 100 to 200 mm (24” x 40” x 4 to 8”). The ideal processing temperature of the DICECUT® 506 is depending on the raw material and the cutting dimension to be cut between -6°C. und -12°C (22°F. to 12°F.) Specific products can also be cut at colder temperatures. Knife heads are available from 12 x 12mm (1/2 x1/2”) to 50 x 50mm (2” x 2”), and the first dimension can be cut between 10 (3/8”)  and 60 mm. (2 3/8”).

 

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DICECUT® 502 with its maximum cutting dimensions of 420 x 240 x 900 mm (16 1/2’’ x 9 1/2’’ x 35 3/8’’) is the ideal machine for the cutting of cubes and strips from standard meat blocks, such as EURO-2 or US-60lbs. blocks. The ideal temperature for cutting dices or strips, depending on the kind of raw material, is between -6°C. and -12°Cm (21° to 10° F). Specific products such as lungs can also be cut at much colder temperatures, down to -18°C (0°F.).

 The operator places the frozen blocks into the machine and in a first step these blocks are guillotine – sliced with the thickness determining the first dimension of the final dice / strip size. These slices are then by parallel running conveyor belts transported towards the next guillotine knife-head, which, equipped with MAGURIT’s unique RTK blades cut these slices in the two requested dimensions. Knife-heads are available from 12 x 6 mm to 50 x 50 mm

 

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