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VCB-62 - 220-240v
VCB-62 - 220-240v

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Hallde Secondhand Vertical Cutter Blender Sale Stock Bowl: 6 litres gross volume and 4.3 litre net volume

NOTE: This is a 3 phase machine running off 220-240v. In excellent condition. Used once!
  • 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
  • Processes all consistencies, raw or cooked/ dry or liquid
  • Patented scraper system for fast and even result
  • Serrated knife blades for long-lasting sharpness
  • Patented knife unit with 2 extra turning blades
  • Knife unit with exchangeable knife blades
  • Handles, easy moving and storing
  • Table top model
  • Outstanding quality, carefully selected materials
  • Exemplary safety
  • VCB-62 suits kitchens at schools, hospital, military canteen, prison, marine, restaurant, hotel, airport, catering, food industry, bakery, fast food restaurants etc.
  • Perfect for kitchens preparing texture custom food at hospitals, retirement homes etc.
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SpecificationsVCB-62 Dimensions
MODELPRODUCT CODEDIMENSIONS
D x W x H (mm)
NET WEIGHT
(kgs)
MOTORSALE PRICE
£
VCB-625HVCB62350 x 310 x 480251.5 kW, two speeds (1500, 3000 rpm) and pulse function,
220-240 V, 3-phase + N, 50/60 Hz
1,406
Features
  • VCB-62 is the choice for the professional mid-size to large kitchen.
  • Robust all-aluminium construction with direct drive and ergonomic user friendly design.
  • Built in handles for easy mobility and scraper system for perfect results.
  • VCB-62 chops and grinds meat, fish, vegetables, fruits, nuts, etc., 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.
  • VCB-62 has a bowl with 6 litre gross volume and 4.3 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/.
  • Patented replaceable knife blades give the best possible result.
  • The VCB-62 is easy to clean – all loose parts can be washed in a dishwasher.
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Care Home
Feeding
HALLDE has produced advice and tips on how HALLDE machines and equipment can be used in the preparation of texture modified food within the care of the elderly.

HALLDE fully conforms to the International Dysphagia Diet Standardisation Initiative (IDDSI) guidance for patient feeding in the Hospital and Care Home sector.

Drinks Levels 0-4

The SB-4 will easily cover all the drinks levels as it has variable cutting speeds for different textures.

Food Levels 3-4

The CC-32S and CC-34 combi cutter range and the VCM and VCB range of vertical cutter blenders/mixers will easily produce consistent, thicker purees due to the patented bowl scraper system, something which our competitors do not have. The benefit of this system is that it means you can get consistent texture without overheating the product during longer processing times.

Food Levels 5-7 and regular

All the dicing compatible HALLDE veg prep units: CC-34, RG-50, RG-100, RG-200, RG-250, RG-250diwash, RG-350, RG-300i and RG-400i are the perfect solution for these levels. The reason for this is that a HALLDE Dice Grid has the knife blade set to the outer most radius of the dice grid, unlike our competitors that leave a much larger gap. In short, the IDDSI guidance states that they recommend up to 15mm x 15mm (1.5cm) square. Not only do other machine manufacturers not offer a 15mm dice grid but they also crucially don’t take the last blade to the very edge, therefore a 15mm dice grid will allow food to fall through the outermost edge, producing a chunk in excess of 15mm. Because of the choking hazard, the product then has to be sorted, sampled and removed by hand, either by the Chef or the Central Production Kitchen. It’s a common, labour intensive issue, which they try to solve by cutting smaller i.e. 12mm dice but this often leads to overcooking of food in the homes and having to change the pre-set combi oven programmes, which leads to other problems and complaints.

HALLDE have the solution. They have a 15mm dice grid and as with all the other dice grids the blades are set to the outermost radius thereby ensuring nothing larger than 15mm x 15mm is produced.

Competitor's 14mm x 14mm dice grid HALLDE's 15mm x 15mm dice grid
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

Prepare your own unique taco buffet

Preparation of texture modified food

International Dysphagia Diet Standardisation Initiative (IDDSI) Guidance (2019)

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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