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TranSlicer 2520 Cutter

October 21, 2020

Rely on the TranSlicer 2520 to provide optimal, high capacity cutting of commercial food processing applications with cost-savings related to reduced cleaning and inspection times. Visit the TranSlicer®...

Urschel introduces new TranSlicer 2520 Cutter

October 21, 2020

“Customers really appreciate the savings. On average, TranSlicer 2520 customers report saving 25 minutes per washdown/cleaning procedure compared to the machine that they replaced,” stated...

URSCHEL U.S.A. CAREERS

October 15, 2020

Job Opening(s): Packager and Shipper; Raw Material Cut-Off Operator; Receiving Clerk & Material Handler; Risk Engineer. An employee-owned company with excellent benefits!  

New for the Model CC

September 28, 2020

New advancements for the Model CC include 2 new types of MicroAdjustable Cutting Heads to increase shredding and slicing capacity as well as the Model CC Turntable to assist with cutting head...

Recent Article in Produce Processing

September 01, 2020

Produce Processing explores the new TranSlicer 2520® Cutter and the prototype of the DiversaCut 2110A® with Conveyor Dicer. Produce Processing talks with engineer Tony McCracken at Fruitlogistica...

Recent Article in Pet Food Processing

August 25, 2020

There are numerous cold extrusion applications in the pet food industry that can be broken down into different segments such as products (animal feed, treats, supplements and medicines), formats (fresh,...

COVID-19

March 19, 2020

Be assured, Urschel is fully operational and continues to meet the needs of our customers. Related to the COVID-19 virus, we are taking the necessary precautions to protect the health and well-being of...

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Urschel introduces new TranSlicer 2520 Cutter

October 21, 2020

TranSlicer 2520 Cutter

October 21, 2020

URSCHEL U.S.A. CAREERS

October 15, 2020

New for the Model CC

September 28, 2020

Recent Article in Produce Processing

September 1, 2020 | Author: Melanie Epp

Recent Article in Pet Food Processing

August 25, 2020 | Author: Keith Loria

COVID-19

March 19, 2020