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Monster Airmatic FryKutter™
Monster Airmatic FryKutter™

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Nemco Heavy Duty Air Powered Cutter Nemco The Monster Airmatic FryKutter is a must have for very high-volume fast-food and grab-and-go style restaurants. Cuts monster potatoes at an incredible rate of speed - with absolutely no operator fatigue.
  • Built to make quick work of extra large potatoes
  • Just feed the chamber and let the pneumatic cylinder do the work
  • NO operator fatigue means no slowing down. Anyone can effortlessly cut 12 monster potatoes a minute (720 an hour) to keep up with demand
  • Cuts large potatoes for French fries, cuts onions, celery, peppers, tomatoes and more
  • Consistent cut size for portion control
  • 10.8 cm square cutting area
  • Changing the blades to keep them sharp is super-easy with the modular cartridge blade assembly
  • Achieve three accurate cutting sizes: 6 x 6mm (¼" x ¼"), 10 x 10mm (3/8" x 3/8"), 13 x 13mm (½" x ½")
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Prices & Spec
MODELPRODUCT CODEDIMENSIONS
D x W x H (mm)
NET WEIGHT
(kgs)
GROSS WEIGHT
(kgs)
PRICE
£
Monster Airmatic FryKutter - 6 x 6mm (¼” x ¼”) sq cutNEM56455-1381 x 737 x 35618.222.75,103
Monster Airmatic FryKutter - 10 x 10mm (3/8" x 3/8") sq cutNEM56455-2381 x 737 x 35618.222.75,103
Monster Airmatic FryKutter - 13 x 13mm (½” x ½”) sq cutNEM56455-3381 x 737 x 35618.222.75,103

If you require an additional cutting configuration please order an extra blade/holder assembly and corresponding push block - see accessories.
Accessories
ACCESSORYPRODUCT CODEPRICE
£
6 x 6mm (¼” x ¼”) chop blade & holder assembly (single tier - for soft veg)NEM56424-1327
6 x 6mm (¼” x ¼”) chop blade & holder assembly (double tier - for hard veg)NEM56424-1T709
10 x 10mm (3/8" x 3/8”) chop blade & holder assembly (single tier)NEM56424-2327
13 x 13mm (½” x ½”) chop blade & holder assembly (single tier)NEM56424-3327
6mm (¼”) slice blade assemblyNEM56424-5327
10mm (3/8”) slice blade assemblyNEM56424-6327
13mm (½”) slice blade assemblyNEM56424-7327
6mm (¼”) set of 26 replacement blades (single tier)NEM536-1155
6mm (¼”) set of replacement blades (double tier)NEM536-1T255
10mm (3/8”) set of 18 replacement blades (single tier)NEM536-2140
13mm (½”) set of 12 replacement blades (single tier)NEM536-3124
6x6mm (¼”) & 13x13mm (½”) push blockNEM5641754
10x10mm (3/8") push blockNEM5641854
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Downloads

Monster Airmatic FryKutter Spec Sheet (10/18)

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