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Hallde Vertical Cutter Mixer Hallde Bowl: 4 litres gross volume and 1.5 litre net volume

  • Chops, grinds, mixes, purées, blends and minces meat, aromatic butter, dressings, desserts, purées, pâtés, soups etc.
  • Two speeds and pulse function
  • Fast and easy cleaning, all loose parts are machine washable
  • Processes all consistencies, raw or cooked/ dry or liquid
  • Patented scraper system for fast and even result
  • Serrated knife blades for long-lasting sharpness
  • Knife unit with exchangeable knife blades
  • Handles, easy moving and storing
  • Table top model
  • Outstanding quality, carefully selected materials
  • Exemplary safety
  • VCM-42 suits kitchens at schools, hospital, military canteen, prison, marine, restaurant, hotel, catering, bakery, fast food restaurants etc.
  • Perfect for kitchens preparing texture custom food at hospitals, retirement homes etc.
  • Three phase only

SpecificationsVCM-42 Dimensions
D x W x H (mm)
VCB-325HVCB32335 x 285 x 4408.61.0 kW, two speeds (1450 rpm, 2650 rpm),
220-240 V, 1-phase, 50-60 Hz
VCM-415HVCM41290 x 260 x 44016.10.55 kW, one speed (1500 rpm) and pulse function,
220-240 V, 1-phase, 50/60 Hz
VCM-425HVCM42290 x 260 x 440170.75 kW, two speeds (1500, 3000 rpm) and pulse function,
400 V, 3-phase + N, 50 Hz
VCB-615HVCB61350 x 310 x 480250.9 kW, one speed (1500 rpm) and pulse function,
220-240 V, 1-phase, 50/60 Hz
VCB-625HVCB62350 x 310 x 480251.5 kW, two speeds (1500, 3000 rpm) and pulse function,
380-415 V, 3-phase + N, 50/60 Hz
  • VCM-42 is the choice for the professional small to mid-size kitchen.
  • Robustly built in all-aluminium with direct drive and ergonomic user-friendly design.
  • Built in handles for easy mobility and scraper system for perfect results.
  • VCM-42 chops and grinds meat, fish, vegetables, fruits, nuts, etc., and blends and mixes all sorts of sauces, soups, dressings and desserts.
  • The machine has been designed for applications such as schools, hospitals, care homes, canteens, prisons, marine, restaurants, hotels, catering, bakery and QSRs that demand the highest durability and cutting performance.
  • VCM-42 has a bowl with 4 litre gross volume and 1.5 litre net volume.
  • Direct drive with no intermediate connections for exceptional reliability with 2 speed and PULSE.
  • Lid and scraping system in exclusive Xylex with high temperature resistance.
  • Replaceable knife blades.
  • The VCM-42 is easy to clean – all loose parts can be washed in a dishwasher.
Downloads Learn more about how HALLDE can be used beneficially in different types of preparation concepts:-

Preparation for Patisseries, Confectioners and Bread Bakeries

Raw Food – nutritious and colourful with a wide variety of shapes

Preparation of texture modified food

To download the most up-to-date version of the brochure, specification sheet, list of spare parts, drawings, wiring diagram, CE certification, user instructions and service manual please click here.

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