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Sponsored: Brand new centrifugal slicer / shredder

23 April 2014

FAM says it's developed the innovative FAM Centris 315, a new centrifugal slicer & shredder with a high-quality execution. The machine is very compact and has the smallest footprint of any industrial centrifugal shredder in the market. A precise slicer, with very little or no yield loss and an increased product shelf-life as a result.

Here's how it works:
• The product is fed through the in-feed chute and enters into the cutting compartments of the rotating impeller (*). There, it is held against the inner surface of the cutting head assembly (*) by centrifugal force.
• The cutting head assembly (*) consists of 12 individual stationary cutting stations. Slices or shreds are produced as product passes each knife in a smooth and uninterrupted manner. Length is controlled by the input product size.
• The cut product is collected through the central discharge.
• The interchangeable cutting heads (*) offer flexibility in all cuts and shapes.

(*) patent pending impeller and patent pending cutting head assembly

More attractive features of FAM Centris 315 are:
• It is the most operator-friendly, entry-level food cutting machine; only a reduced operator training is required,
• The innovative new lightweight stainless steel cutting head (*) can be removed and cleaned in no time,
• The innovative and reduced diameter cutting head (*) has a pre-set cut size and will immediately position the product for optimal cutting,
• Inexpensive razor-sharp throw-away blades are used, produced by Stumabo,
• Improved consistency of slice thickness resulting in higher quality product, leading to more satisfied customers and increased sales,
• Interchangeability of cutting heads (and cut shapes) without efforts, allowing you to carry out many orders in a very short period of time.

(*) patent pending impeller and patent pending cutting head assembly

FAM - Market Leader in Industrial Food Cutting Machines
In order to excel in terms of cut quality, reliability, ease of maintenance, hygiene and safety, FAM develops and markets state-of-the-art, innovative solutions for the precision cutting of food products.  With almost 70 years of experience in the food processing business and a very diverse and global customer base, a valuable know-how of over 1000 different cutting applications is readily available.  FAM is the European market leader for industrial cutting machines, and has approximately 4500 operational machines worldwide.

http://www.fam-uk.com

FAM STUMABO UK LTD
35, Manasty Road
Orton Southgate
Peterborough
PE2 6UP Cambridgeshire
United Kingdom

t. +44 1733 236 300
f. +44 1733 236 384
m. +44 7721 829 216

Please contact Leighton Banner, Sales & TCP Manager UK & Ireland
leighton.banner@fam-uk.co.uk


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