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The seaweed cutting machine uses a reciprocating vertical knife to cut the washed kelp into straight threads or sections, curved threads, and squares. The conveyor belt can be adjusted freely from 1-20 mm each time, and the adjusted amount is the width of the kelp thread; the cut kelp processing surface is smooth, regular, and well organized to maintain the effect of manual kelp cutting.
The seaweed cutting machine (slicing and shredding)adopts stainless steel knives and table tops, which have the characteristics of beautiful appearance, simple operation, easy adjustment, convenient maintenance, low noise, high yield and high efficiency;
It is suitable for processing seaweed, and can be cut into slices, pieces, silk, and other patterns. It is an ideal equipment for kelp deep processing such as dehydration, quick freezing, preservation, pickling, etc.;
The thickness of seaweed slices is controlled at 1-3mm, and the width of shredded sections is 1-25mm, which can replace artificial seaweed slices and shredded sections to varying degrees. The cut products are neat, uniform in thickness, and the quality is far better than manual.
0.75KW 380V (or 220V)
Vertical knife cutting speed
Thoughtful design, reasonable structure and long machine life.
Double frequency conversion speed control, simple, convenient and safe operation.
Equipped with a safety control system to effectively protect the safety of operators.
One kelp cutting machine for multiple purposes, can cut leafy vegetables and root vegetables, and can slice, wire, strip, dice, segment, chop, etc.
The size of cutting vegetables can be adjusted according to different needs, which is convenient and quick. A total of four sets of knives will be distributed randomly.
The vertical knife simulates the principle of manual cutting of vegetables. The processing surface of the kelp is flat and smooth, and the forming is regular. The cut kelp is well organized and fresh, saving labor input and improving the processing efficiency of kelp.