Urschel unit yields to none in getting impressive yields.
By offering a wide variety of interchangeable cutting head styles and impellers, Urschel's Comitrol Processor Model 1700 milling machine produces slices, flakes, shreds, viscous slurries or purees from fruits and vegetables, and meat, poultry and fish by-products. The Model 1700 is widely used in the production of soup bases, nutritional supplements, baby food, beverages and sauces.
The Comitrol uses the cutting principle of incrementally shearing product by rotating it inside a stationary reduction head at high rotational speeds. This continuous single pass operation achieves consistent, uniform particle size reduction at high capacities, without risk of degrading finished product quality.
Urschel manufactures 12 different Comitrol Processor models. Every one is built to offer continuous operation with no operator adjustment. A free-of-charge, no-obligation product test cut is recommended to determine the ideal setup based on individual application.
For more information, contact the company at P.O. Box 2200, 2503 Calumet Avenue, Valparaiso, Indiana 46384-2200 USA; telephone: +1 219-464-48111 email: email@example.com; or visit: www.urschel.com.
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|Title Annotation:||Equipment and Technology; Urschel Laboratories Inc.'s food processors|
|Publication:||Quick Frozen Foods International|
|Article Type:||Brief article|
|Date:||Apr 1, 2009|
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