Any way you slice it, Aptar Food + Beverage’s food processing equipment is a cut above the competition.
Learn more about our industrial tomato and onion slicers by speaking with a Aptar Food + Beverage representative today.
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The Aptar Food + Beverage Tomato Slicers have been specifically designed and engineered to produce precision cut tomato slices. The machines are constructed of sani-safe stainless steel that are easy to load, reducing labor costs. Perfect for commercial and industrial tomato slicer operations.
The Aptar Food + Beverage Tomato Slicers:
- Produces uniform, clean cut tomato slices to a desired thickness
- Automatically removes and collects the unwanted end pieces of the produce
- Retains the integrity of the slices by gently placing them into the tray
- Avoid hand sorting the tomato slices which reduces the risk of damage and contamination
- The Aptar Food + Beverage 25 and 50 sanitizes each of the cutting blades between each slicing cycle, significantly reducing the risk of cross-contamination – automatic spraying system
- Reduces the labor handling costs of slicing the tomatoes significantly
- Delivers in excess of 70% yield of finished product consistently
The Company offers 5 different industrial food slicer models depending on the needs of the customers:
- Single row ¼ steam trays: Aptar Food + Beverage 5, Aptar Food + Beverage 25 Tomato Slicer, and the Aptar Food + Beverage 25 Double Row slicer
- Three row ½ steam trays: Aptar Food + Beverage 10 and Aptar Food + Beverage 50 Tomato Slicer
Aptar Food + Beverage 5 Tomato Slicer – single row ¼ steam tray
The Aptar Food + Beverage 5 is a semi-automated single row slicer. The machine slices seven tomatoes per cycle which can yield up to nine slices per tomato – or 63 slices per cycle. The Aptar Food + Beverage 5 can be operated at processing speeds of up to 9 cycles per minute, giving an average yield of 400-500 lbs. per hour with one operator.