Urschel SL-14 Cuts to Head of Class in Potato Slicing

Urschel Laboratories has introduced a new type of cutting head for its top-selling Model CC Potato Chip Slicer. Equipped with 14 cutting stations instead of the standard eight, the MicroAdjustable Slicing Head SL-14 model requires no special adapters for food processors switching over from eight-station units.

The new slicing design concept does not incorporate shims or shoes, and offers tool-free knife changeovers. Weighing in at only 35 pounds (16 kilograms) with built-in lifting handles, the SL-14 is adeptly removed and replaced. This development allows processors the ability to increase productivity without the expense of purchasing an additional slicer.

Founded in 1910, Chesterton, Indiana, USA-headquartered Urschel offers a wide range of food cutting technology that includes an array of high-speed vegetable, french fry and fruit cutters, meat dicers, fish processing equipment, poultry dicers, precision lettuce shredders, crumblers for bakery rework, bulk bread cubers and cheese shredders. More information is available by contacting the company’s direct sales offices in the United States, Europe, Asia and South America, as well as by visiting www.urschel.com.