The GEA saw-tooth edge for involute blades is designed to improve slicing quality without the need for crust freezing.
Slicing with a saw-tooth edge reduces the cutting force exerted on the product, which results in a ‘clean cut’ as less pressure is applied to the product in the slicing process. Therefore, little or no crust freezing is required to form a crust on the product, which prevents it from deforming during slicing. This results in savings in time and energy, as well as reduced wastage and improved on-weight portions.
Available in various sizes, the slicing technology requires no retrofitting, just an exchange of the blade.
The involute blades facilitate high slicing speeds of up to 1500 revolutions/min and support GEA’s idle-cut technology, which eliminates sliver slices.
The Teflon coating on GEA SlicingBlades helps prevent proteins from adhering to the blade.
Suitable for larger products because it slices through a larger log cross-section, the GEA saw-tooth blade is particularly suited for use with cooked sausage and hams, which are optimally sliced at temperatures ranging from -1 to +2°C without crust freezing.
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