Oven creates savory eats; dicer offers 3D cuts

Attendees at Marlen’s booth are treated to foods cooked in its micro spiral oven while they learn about an enhancement to its dicer.

Marlen enhanced its Carruthers DuraKut™ 6000 Series VFD 2D dicer with a horizontal slicing attachment for three-dimensional cuts
Marlen enhanced its Carruthers DuraKut™ 6000 Series VFD 2D dicer with a horizontal slicing attachment for three-dimensional cuts

Marlen International, Inc., a member of the Duravant family of operating companies, exhibited its Marlen, Carruthers, and Unitherm food processing equipment at the show. Treating attendees to some freshly cooked eats—smoked bacon, Thai BBQ spare ribs, and Malaysian grilled chicken satay among them—Marlen put the Unitherm Micro Spiral Oven to use for live continuous cooking demonstrations throughout the show. The demos showcased the oven's uniform cooking capability, which the company said results in premium product quality.

Marlen also introduced the latest enhancement to its Carruthers DuraKut™ 6000 Series VFD 2D dicer (pictured)—a horizontal slicing attachment for three-dimensional cuts. With sanitation and ease-of-use in mind, the 12-in. CE-compliant machine is equipped with VFD motors and features a novel approach to a parts and sanitation cart for easy assembly and disassembly. Engineered for applications such as fresh, boneless, skinless chicken breasts or cooked food products such as log meats, the DuraKut is designed for continuous-flow processing and high throughputs. Its platform is controlled via a smart, intuitive HMI with internationally recognized symbols/icons, which Marlen said makes operation extremely user-friendly for multi-language-speaking work forces.
 

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