JYD-2020Q-2AT series automatic ultrasonic food cutting equipment, using full servo motor, PLC man-machine interface control, cutting squares, etc. The highest cutting height can reach 130mm, the widest can reach 700mm, the quality of the tool with imported titanium alloy is superior, the automatic frequency chasing ultrasonic drive, the ultrasonic cutting effect is good, the ultrasonic tool has a longer service life.
Ultrasonic power: 4000W
Cutting width: 700mm
Cutting height 60-130 (according to actual conditions)
Blade material: Food grade titanium
1. The ultrasonic cutter does not chip, does not stick to the knife, and the incision is delicate.
2. can set a variety of cutting methods, slicing, cutting squares, cutting triangles, cutting equal division.
3. can cut different products, cakes, bread, pizza and so on.
4. easy to understand operation interface
Scope of application:
Applicable to the mass production of all kinds of food, cake, swiss roll, bread, hamburger, cheese, nougat, sugary food.
Q: Comparing traditional cutter, what’s the main advantage of the ultrasonic cutter?
A: The characteristics of the ultrasonic cutting machine do not require sharp edges, do not require a lot of pressure, and will not cause chipping or breakage of the cutting material.
The cutting blade is subjected to ultrasonic vibration, and the frictional resistance is particularly small, and the material to be cut is not easily adhered to the blade. The cutting effect on frozen, viscous and elastic materials is obvious. It is especially effective for cutting food, rubber or inconvenient objects.
At the same time of cutting, the cutting portion has a fusion. The cutting site is perfectly sealed to prevent loose tissue (such as textile material flash). The use of ultrasonic cutting machines can also be extended, such as digging holes, shovel digging, scraping paint, engraving, slitting, etc.
Ultrasonic cutting machine is a device that uses wave energy to cut and process. The biggest feature is that it does not use traditional cutting edge.
Conventional cutting uses a sharp-edged tool to press against the material being cut. The pressure is concentrated at the cutting edge, the pressure is very large, exceeding the shear strength of the material being cut, and the molecular bonding of the material is pulled apart and cut. Since the material is pulled hard by the strong pressure, the cutting edge of the cutting tool should be very sharp, and the material itself must withstand relatively high pressure. It is not good for soft and elastic materials, and it is more difficult for viscous materials.