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Dicing machine

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Introduction to dicing machine:

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The dicing machineis a general term for machines that are used in dehydrated vegetables, quick-frozen vegetable processing plants, soft jelly and other soft foods, and food pickles to process various roots and stems into cubes and cuboid shapes.

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The dicing part consists of a slicing knife, a set of circular cutter shafts and a set of transverse cutter shafts. The conversion of the different sizes can be done by changing the round cutter shaft, cross-cutting the cutter shaft and adjusting the slice thickness.

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dicing machine

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Structural characteristics and working principle of dicing machine:

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Structure

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1. The dicing machineis mainly composed of a frame, a casing for cutting materials, a pusher dial, a tool assembly, a transmission system and an electrical control system.

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2. The dicing machinematerial must meet the food hygiene requirements. The frame, casing, dial, hopper and parts in contact with food are made of stainless steel.

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working principle

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When the dicing machineis working, the pusher dial drives the object to be cut at a high speed, and uses the centrifugal force of the object to cut the object to be cut into pieces by means of a slicing knife (the vertical knife), and then cut into strips by a disc cutter, and The material to be cut is fed into the cross-cutting edge and cut into the desired cube or cuboid by a cross-cutting knife.

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Please pay attention to our website for more details:

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https://www.taizyfoodmachine.com/dicing-cutting-machine.html

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Youtube:

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RdSGIIbywH0&feature=youtu.be

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